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Robert Horry
NBA spot-up shooters are hard to find, defend

DALLAS If anyone knows the ins and outs of what it takes to be an adept spot-up shooter, it's Stephen Curry. With Curry, spot-up shooting is sort of a family affair. After all, Curry's dad, Dell, finished his 16-year NBA career in 2002 as a career 40.2 percent shooter from 3-point range. And it's safe to say that the lion's share of Dell Curry's baskets resulted from his being one of the game's best spot-up shooters. Stephen Curry's younger brother, Seth, also has done his share of being a terrific spot-up shooter. Seth Curry played college ball at Duke and is averaging 25.1 points and shooting a red-hot 51.1 percent from 3-point range for the Erie...