NBA training camps officially open Oct. 2 (though teams heading abroad for the preseason are getting a three-day head start). Which players have something to prove before the real games start? SI.com breaks down the players to watch at camp. *** Like all players drafted in the first round of 2009, Curry is eligible for a contract extension until Oct. 31. The Warriors, though, are eager to see the health of Curry's right ankle before making a long-term commitment, making this a crucial camp for the 6-foot-3 guard. Curry was limited to 26 games in the lockout-shortened season last year but was given full medical clearance on Sept. 20. When healthy, Curry is a devastating shooter with a knack for playing the passing lanes. If he can prove the ankle injuries are behind him, he could have a new contract extension before camps break.