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Larry Brown Believes Eddy Curry Will Revive his Career

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Eddy Curry remains out of sight and out of mind, his Knicks career hermetically sealed behind a training-room wall. His status is as much of a mystery now as it was three weeks ago.

Curry did not join the team on this two-game road trip. He is in New York, still recovering from a torn leg muscle and working to lose weight to decrease the chances of another injury. The team has no timetable for Curry’s return, which just about sums up his recent career.

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