Steph Curry Fills Out 2017 NCAA Championship Bracket, Duke To Win Title [VIDEO]
on Mar 15, 2017 09:41 PM EDT
It's that time of year again. The 2017 NCAA March Madness is just less than a week away and most fans have already begun filling up their NCAA tournament brackets.
It's not just the regular fans that are in this crazy madness of filling up NCAA tournament brackets. Famous celebrities, famous personalities, NBA, NFL and MLB players are also filling up their NCAA tournament brackets. Some do it for money. After all, there's big money involved in all of this. Others do it just for fun. Golden State Warriors superstar point guard Steph Curry is one of those guys who do it just for fun.
Steph Curry just recently filled out his NCAA tournament bracket and has picked the Duke Blue Devils to win the 2017 NCAA Championship, according to a report from the Bleacher Report. Steph Curry filled out his NCAA tournament bracket during a break from his shooting drills at the Golden State Warriors practice facility.
With his alma mater, the Davidson Wildcats, out of the NCAA tournament this year, Steph Curry went for the next best choice, the Duke Blue Devils. The Duke Blue Devils are currently seeded No.2 in this year's NCAA tournament with their arch rival, the North Carolina Tar Heels, seeded No. 1, via a report from Sports Illustrated.
Being a Charlotte native, it's no surprise that Steph Curry picked the Duke Blue Devils. Of course, it doesn't hurt that Steph Curry's younger brother, the Dallas Mavericks' guard Seth Curry, was an alumnus of the Duke Blue Devils. Seth Curry played three seasons for the Duke Blue Devils after transferring from Liberty.
Despite the strong family ties with the Duke Blue Devils, Steph Curry has the basis for his selection. The Duke Blue Devils are the hottest team in the NCAA having won four games in four days.
The Duke Blue Devils took home the AXX tournament title by beating Clemson, Louisville, North Carolina and Notre Dame. Steph Curry definitely made the right selection.
Aside from the Duke Blue Devils, Steph Curry's Final Four selection include the Kansas Jayhawks, Arizona Wildcats and the UCLA Bruins. The No. 1 seeded North Carolina Tar Heels is not included in the Steph Curry's Final Four. Steph Curry has picked the Butler Bulldogs to beat the North Carolina Tar Heels.