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This makes sense for a lot of reasons, namely proximity. Dell and his wife attended nearly all of Stephen's games when he played at Davidson; it wasn't a long drive for them considering they reside in Charlotte, and most of his Southern Conference opponents are no further than Charleston or Chattanooga.
But more so than that is probably a notion of "exposure." Did Stephen Curry become famous because of the NCAA Tournament? You bet. But was he nationally renowned before he got big-time television exposure? Absolutely not. That's why Davidson was a Cinderella and Curry's run in the 2008 NCAA Tournament was so memorable.
As a result of the lack of exposure, Stephen isn't a lock for a lottery pick. He's an unbelievable scorer, a brilliant basketball mind and great passer. But there are questions because of the level of talent he played against for most of his career. You have to immediately believe that Dell and Stephen are doling out advice to Seth relating to just that issue -- if he plays in a high profile conference like the ACC for three years and dominates, he's a lottery pick, and there's no question about it.
Neither brother, of course, had much of an opportunity to hit up those schools before their commitment to Davidson and Liberty, respectively. But now one of them does; there's no chance that all four of those schools turn Seth away now, particularly with NC State looking to struggle next year, and Wake Forest looking to be decimated if Aminu and Teague leave school early.