DETROIT -- Minutes after his sophomore season ended Sunday in the Midwest Region final against Kansas, Davidson superstar Stephen Curry told CBSSports.com that he will return for his junior season, "no matter what anyone says I should do."
Curry, who undoubtedly played his way into the first round of the 2008 NBA Draft with his breakout performance in the Midwest Region -- he averaged 32 points in four games to earn the region's Most Outstanding Player award -- said he's not ready for the pro game, on or off the court.
"I have a lot of things I need to work on this summer," he said. "Plus we're going to have another great team next year, and I'd like to come back and get here again."
Curry played shooting guard this season but will get major minutes next season at point guard with the graduation of teammate Jason Richards. A slender 6-foot-3, Curry's professional future hinges on his ability to play either backcourt position.