Report: Bulls, Warriors, Nets interested in Knicks FA Murry
Backup guard could be in for a pay raise based on promising play in limited minutes.
Combo guard Toure' Murry, coming off his rookie season, is said to be on the radar of a handful of teams -- Chicago and Golden State among them -- that are hoping the shift in power in New York from the Knicks' previous administration to Phil Jackson leads to Murry becoming an unrestricted free agent.
ESPNNewYork.com reported last week that the Brooklyn Nets also have interest in Murry.
The Warriors and Bulls both struggled with their backup point guards, though you would think the Bulls would be keen to keep D.J. Augustin after his strong season.
Murry appeared in just 51 games last season for the Knicks, averaging just seven minutes per game. But per 36 minutes, he averaged a respectable 13.5 points, 4.2 rebounds and 4.7 assists shooting 43 percent from the field.
Murry made just $490,000 with the Knicks this season.
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