Murray accounted for nine points (4-6 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 0-1 FT), 10 rebounds, two assists and one steal across 29 minutes in Wednesday's 98-90 win over the Wizards. It was the 11th game with at least 10 rebounds for Murray, who now holds the franchise record in that category for point guards. After a strong offensive month in February (seven double-digit scoring efforts in eight games), the 21-year-old has cooled off in that regard somewhat in March, but he's still averaging a serviceable 9.8 points on impressive 48.9 percent shooting across 10 contests during the month. Moreover, his atypically strong work on the boards continues to round out his nightly lines, as he's now averaging 6.8 rebounds overall in that 10-game sample.
Murray produced 18 points (8-13 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT), 12 rebounds and four steals in 26 minutes during Thursday's 98-93 win over the Pelicans. Murray's odd double-double is better than nothing for Murray, who hasn't quite lived up to expectations this season. He is still the Spurs' best option and has a singular talent for finding the ball, as he ranks second in the league behind Russell Westbrook among point guards with an RP48 of 12.7.As long as he lights up one extra category, he still has decent value.s
Murray had 11 points (5-7 FG, 1-3 FT), eight rebounds, three steals and two assists in 24 minutes during Tuesday's 108-72 victory over Orlando. Murray continues to play well, doing a bit of everything in the much-needed victory. He has been a nice surprise this season, especially since becoming the regular starter. While he isn't a consistent source of points, he is solid in assists and above average in both rebounds and steals. He is also generally good in efficiency from both the field and the charity stripe, with tonight's free-throw struggles a bit of an outlier.
Murray generated 14 points (7-14 FG), six assists, five rebounds and one steal across 30 minutes in Thursday's 110-107 loss to the Warriors. Murray's scoring total checked in behind that of LaMarcus Aldridge's as a distant second on the night, and he complemented his offense with solid work as a facilitator and on the boards. The second-year guard has now scored in double figures in seven of the last eight games while dishing out between five and six dimes in four of those contests. Murray also continues providing above-average production on the glass for a point guard, as he's now hauled in between five and nine rebounds in four of the last five games. As one of the more reliable sources of offense on the Spurs' starting five outside of Aldridge, Murray projects as a valuable asset across all fantasy formats for the duration of the season.
Murray scored 12 points (5-11 FG, 2-2 FT) while adding seven rebounds, three steals and an assist in 24 minutes during Saturday's 116-112 loss to the Lakers. He's now scored in double digits in eight straight games, averaging 12.9 points, 6.0 boards, 3.4 assists, 1.5 steals and 1.0 blocks over that stretch. Murray is purely a secondary scoring option -- his season high in points is only 18, and he doesn't offer anything from three-point range -- but the second-year guard is proving to be a versatile fantasy asset, and his role on the Spurs should continue to grow along with his skills.
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