In light of recent scrutiny of LaVar Ball insisting his son Lonzo play for the Lakers, a former NBA general manager shared his side of a similar situation involving Stephen Curry with Sports Illustrated.

Ex-Timberwolves GM David Kahn explained how Dell Curry urged him not to select Steph in the 2009 draft.

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“The agent for Steph Curry told me that Steph’s father, Dell, did not want his son to be drafted by Minnesota—’No offense,’ as I recall Jeff Austin, his agent saying to me at the Chicago draft combine,” Kahn wrote Monday. “Austin, who I’d known casually, had represented Dell …read more

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