Stephen Curry in NIT wager

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Golden State Warriors' guard, Stephen Curry has agreed to a twitter bet from a former rival over a NIT game to be played tonight.

Curry, who played at Davidson for three years agreed to the wager from former Detroit Pistons and Missouri player Kim English.

Davidson play Missouri in the National Invitational Tournament tonight and Curry wanted to make things a little more interesting.

Curry tweeted at the former Missou Tiger earlier today: "we putting something on this game tonight bro?"

English seemed on board with his next tweet: "if #Mizzou wins. You donate $400 to the Tiger Scholarship Fund and change avatar to me shooting a college jumper for 24hours"

Curry agreed to the terms of the bet although it's not clear what the star gets if his Davidson Wildcats pull out the win.

The Warriors guard has had a terrific season at the professional level, being nominated for his first All-Star appearance and leading his team to sixth place in the Western Conference with just a few more games to play.

Who do you think will win the bet? Let us know in the comments.


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