Warriors point guard Stephen Curry will have a one of his closest friends in training camp: his brother.

Former Duke star Seth Curry will sign a non-guaranteed contract with Golden State on Friday. He chose the Warriors over playing in Barcelona because he figures he has a good shot of earning a roster spot in Golden State's backcourt. And, even if he doesn't make the roster, the younger Curry is intrigued by the Warriors' D-League team in Santa Cruz, which has built a reputation for developing players and getting them into the league.

Playing with his brother was previously thought to be a long shot. Seth Curry, who went undrafted, had talks with San Antonio, Chicago and Charlotte -- places that seemed to have better opportunities available. But those talks never panned out.

Former Duke star Seth Curry will sign a non-guaranteed contract with the Golden State Warriors, where he’ll be reunited with his brother, Stephen.
Former Duke star Seth Curry will sign a non-guaranteed contract with the Golden State Warriors, where he'll be reunited with his brother, Stephen. (Associated Press)

Curry, who missed the draft workout process because of a shin injury, is about 90 percent healed. His rehab is continuing and he is expected to be ready for camp, which starts in late September.