New York Knicks

You better be able to move like a cat if you wanna rob Eddy Curry’s crib

Eddy Curry was robbed at gunpoint in his Chicago home back in July and he hasn’t been back yet. However, with the Knicks paying a visit to the Windy City for a game against his former squad, Curry has decided to revisit the scene of the scary crime.

It’s not too often that you see a 6-11, 285-pounder with more tattoos than a lifer in the penitentiary tuck tail and run, but nobody is blaming Curry for doing exactly that. Immediately following the holdup, Curry moved everything out of the house with no plans of every returning. But in the months following, his stance has softened and he now plans to keep the house and even has plans to move his family back into the home during the upcoming offseason. Of course, it’s not going to be the exact same home as before.

Curry plans a massive security overhaul when his family moves their stuff back in this offseason.

“We’ll be better prepared with safe rooms, alarms, spotlights,” said Curry, the Chicago native who spent the rest of the offseason in New York. “We’ll go over the top with the security.”

Curry was robbed of money and jewels. Though two perpetrators were arrested, Curry said, “I haven’t got any of my stuff back.” Curry said Burr Ridge is a ritzy neighborhood.

“Not a house over there under $5 million,” Curry said.

Now, we don’t know a whole lot about home security, but if you’ve ever seen Entrapment then we’re guessing his system is going to be somewhere along those lines.


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