Limoges CSP strengthened its roster by inking shooting guard Ramel Curry to a one-year deal on Sunday. Curry (1.91 meters, 34 years old) arrives from Panathinaikos Athens, where he averaged 6.8 points on 40.9 % three-point shooting and 84.2% free throw accuracy in 25 Turkish Airlines Euroleague games last season. An accomplished scorer, Curry helped Panathinaikos win the Greek League title in each of the last two seasons, as well as lifting the Greek Cup trophy this year. He has also played for Donetsk and Azovmash Mariupol in Ukraine, Erdemirspor Belediyesi in Turkey, Scavolini Pesaro and Air Avellino in Italy, Hapoel Migdal Jerusalem in Israel, Constituyentes de San Cristobal in the Dominican Republic, Austin and Columbus of the D-League, Cocodrilos de Caracas in Venezuela, Long Beach of the ABA, Yakima of the CBA, Oklahoma of the USBL and Kern County of the XBL. Curry has won two Ukrainian League titles - with Azovmash in 2010 and with Donetsk in 2012. He helped Donetsk reach the Eurocup quarterfinals in the 2011-12 season, becoming the competition's top scorer (16.4 ppg.) and being chosen to the All-Eurocup second team. Curry also lifted the Israeli Cup trophy with Hapoel in 2008.