At the start of the 2012 season I said that Stephen Curry was one of the very few players in the NBA capable of being the No. 1 overall player in rotisserie. While LeBron James and Kevin Durant were the usual suspects, Curry joined Chris Paul and Kevin Love as the only others with a legit shot at the title. The problem was, Curry sprains his ankle so often and so severely that he was also one of the few players capable of challenging Eric Gordon, Andrew Bogut, and Andrew Bynum as the most fragile player in the NBA.
That combo of tantalizing talent but ceramic ankles has made Curry fairly impossible to project. Every August I project the stats and minutes for every rotation player in the NBA as part of the Yahoo Draft Kit, and with Curry, the conservative call has been to predict him to miss so many games that he would lose his first round status in the draft. I've done so for each of the past two years, and I've followed my own advice and not drafted him despite his tantaliz
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