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Davidson’s Curry wrestling with NBA decision

DAVIDSON, N.C. (AP) ó Stephen Curry is still struggling with whether to turn pro or return to Davidson for his senior season.

Coach Bob McKillop said Monday that Curry hasn’t made up his mind. The star guard has until Sunday to declare for the NBA draft.

Curry led the nation in scoring last season at 28.6 points a game and is projected in many mock drafts to be a lottery pick. But Curry also wants to get his degree, and McKillop said that’s an important factor in Curry’s decision-making.

Davidson does not have summer classes, which would make getting his diploma difficult if he left school early.

The 6-foot-3 Curry averaged 32 points in the 2008 NCAA tournament. He moved to point guard last season and had 15 games of 30 or more points and three of 40 or more.

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