Eddy Curry, who has become a punchline in NBA circles for his inability to stay in shape, will to receive another chance to play in the league. The Miami Heat are expected to sign Curry on Friday, according to a report by Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld.
Curry has not been a factor in the NBA since the 2007-08 season, when he played 59 games for the New York Knicks. In fact, he has appeared in a total of 10 games in the last three years combined. But the Heat have monitored Curry for several months now and believe he's in good enough shape to return to the court.
The terms of Curry's contract remains unclear, but it's hard to believe he will receive anything more than the veteran's minimum, assuming he receives anything more than a training camp invitation at all.