Duke's Curry Stepping Out of Brother's Shadow

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Had Seth Curry had smiled anymore, he might have owed royalties to the Mona Lisa.

With a towel hung across his neck and a General Electric powered grin across his face, Curry stood outside his corner locker and soaked in Duke's come-from-behind 79-73 win over North Carolina.

The wait was over.

"It was for more than what I thought it would be," Curry said of his first tilt between college basketball's bitterest rivals. "The atmosphere was crazy. ... I was looking around before the game and I was like, 'This is what I dreamed about growing up.'"

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