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dragoneye776
07-05-2016, 07:48 AM
http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/16774755/seth-curry-agrees-2-year-6m-deal-dallas-mavericks

Definitely has an opportunity to play significant minutes

CDu
07-05-2016, 08:01 AM
Someone elsewhere made the joke that Dallas should sign Gerald Green to play SG and Jason Thompson to play PF and they could have a starting lineup of Curry/Thompson/Barnes/Green/Bogut. :)

In all seriousness, good for Curry. Glad to see his hard work paying off with a very nice payday.

PackMan97
07-05-2016, 08:35 AM
I got my Curry's mixed up. Apparently I need more coffee before I can tell the difference between a Steph and a Seth.

I'm always surprised by the guys that have trouble catching on in the NBA. Congrats to Seth for a nice contract.

devildeac
07-05-2016, 09:59 PM
Let's see. There's Steph:

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Seth:

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Imagine how much trouble you'd have if some NBA team offered this Sith guy a multi-year contract:

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moonpie23
07-05-2016, 10:02 PM
it's easy...

Number of NBA Titles choked away:

STeph - 1

Seth - 0

BD80
07-05-2016, 10:06 PM
...

Imagine how much trouble you'd have if some NBA team offered this Sith guy a multi-year contract:

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His name shall not be mentioned, and Dallas did give him a multi-year contract.

Edouble
07-05-2016, 10:29 PM
Imagine how much trouble you'd have if some NBA team offered this Sith guy a multi-year contract:

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Two sport athlete? Isn't he with the Lightning?

devildeac
07-06-2016, 07:41 AM
Two sport athlete? Isn't he with the Lightning?

Not a bad guess. He's actually with the Sabres...

CameronBlue
07-06-2016, 09:50 AM
Let's see. There's Steph:

6504

Seth:

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Imagine how much trouble you'd have if some NBA team offered this Sith guy a multi-year contract:

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Don't forget Staph, an infectious personality but often harmful to team chemistry.

sagegrouse
07-06-2016, 10:27 AM
Don't forget Staph, an infectious personality but often harmful to team chemistry.

Believe me, you don't want Staph in your locker room.

NSDukeFan
07-06-2016, 10:45 AM
Believe me, you don't want Staph in your locker room.

If you did, would you see the staph physician or the staff physician?

devildeac
07-06-2016, 03:53 PM
Don't forget Staph, an infectious personality but often harmful to team chemistry.

Ooh, forgot that one. Here's a "group" photo:

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Countdown for rsvmanreply:

5, 4, 3, 2, 1...

devildeac
07-06-2016, 03:54 PM
If you did, would you see the staph physician or the staff physician?

Rsvman might qualify as both :rolleyes:;) .

rsvman
07-06-2016, 04:07 PM
Rsvman might qualify as both :rolleyes:;) .

LOL. Good one.


Oh, and I concur that you definitely don't want Staph in your locker room.

SilkyJ
07-06-2016, 04:30 PM
LOL. Good one.


Oh, and I concur that you definitely don't want Staph in your locker room.

But if you do get it, this company has the answer: Xenex (http://www.xenex.com/). UV disinfection system. For all you docs out there that work in hospitals, this thing reduces HAIs dramatically--MRSA, C.Diff, Staph, etc. Awesome tech.

Jeffrey
07-06-2016, 04:34 PM
Seth and Steph may be the hardest working brothers ever in the NBA. It's very nice to see both being very well rewarded for their amazing effort.

-jk
07-06-2016, 05:27 PM
But if you do get it, this company has the answer: Xenex (http://www.xenex.com/). UV disinfection system. For all you docs out there that work in hospitals, this thing reduces HAIs dramatically--MRSA, C.Diff, Staph, etc. Awesome tech.

What's old is new again! (With a special connection (https://archive.org/stream/dukealumniregist491963/dukealumniregist491963_djvu.txt) to DBR!)


Dr. Hart's professional career has been high-lighted by his introduction in 1936 of ultraviolet radiation into operating rooms to combat airborne bacteria. The Medical Center's rate of infection of surgical patients who did not have previous infection had been climbing when Dr. Hart's research established that the bacteria were coming into the operating room in the respiratory tracts of the doctors and nurses. The powerful lamps he installed in the operating rooms sterilized the air, but would also redden the skin of patients and personnel. Dr. Hart wore a pith helmet and heavy hood until he realized he was overprotected a little." Now, only a green eye-shade and a hood covering the back of the doctor's neck are used. The infection rate dropped to a level that served as a goal for many other hospitals.

Go Duke!

-jk

ricks68
07-07-2016, 11:33 AM
What's old is new again! (With a special connection (https://archive.org/stream/dukealumniregist491963/dukealumniregist491963_djvu.txt) to DBR!)



Go Duke!

-jk

I had surgery at Duke in the fall of my sophomore year in 1965 under UV. All attending looked similar to Hazmat suits today. Freaky cool.

ricks