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Top Keegan Murray News
Kings' Keegan Murray: Available for Friday
Murray (back) is available for Friday's game against the Suns.
Murray was held out of Wednesday's practice, but he did return to full practice Thursday. The Kings completely removed him from the injury report ahead of Friday's game, and there's been no word of any restrictions.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Practices fully Thursday
Murray was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Deuce Mason of NBC Sports California reports.
Murray returned to practice Thursday after missing Wednesday's practice due to lower back soreness. The second-year forward's availability for Friday's matchup with Phoenix is expected to be announced later Thursday.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Doesn't practice Wednesday
Murray (back) missed Wednesday's practice and is considered day-to-day moving forward, Sean Cunningham of Fox 40 Sacramento reports.
Murray has played in Sacramento's last two contests but continues to deal with lower back soreness. The second-year forward's status for Friday's matchup with Phoenix is uncertain. However, the King's injury report should be released Thursday, which will provide clarity on Murray's availability.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Light role in return
Murray (back) played 23 minutes and finished with eight points (3-10 FG, 2-5 3Pt), five rebounds and one assist in Saturday's 123-117 win over the Nuggets.
Making his return from a four-game absence due to joint irritation in his lower back, Murray took back his spot in the starting five, but he wasn't particularly effective during his time on the court and saw his playing time suppressed as a result. Murray may need a few games to shake off the rust, but he should eventually reclaim a steady 30-plus-minute role. However, expect some inconsistency with his production, which has been a familiar refrain through Murray's first two seasons in the league.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Suiting up against Denver
Murray (back) is available for Saturday's game versus the Nuggets and will be part of the starting lineup, Jason Anderson of The Sacramento Bee reports.
Murray has been upgraded from questionable after missing the previous four games with back soreness. The second-year forward will likely replace Chris Duarte in the starting five against Denver.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Officially questionable
Murray (back) is officially listed as questionable for Saturday's matchup with the Nuggets, Jason Anderson of The Sacramento Bee reports.
Murray missed the Kings' previous four games, but he will have a chance to return Saturday. He logged a full practice Friday, which indicates he is trending in the right direction. Still, more clarity on his status is unlikely to come until closer to tipoff. Chris Duarte and Sasha Vezenkov are candidates to see increased run should Murray ultimately sit again.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Full go at practice
Murray (back) was a full participant during Friday's practice, James Ham of ESPN 1320 Sacramento reports.
Murray has missed four straight games due to joint irritation in his lower back, but it appears he'll have a chance to suit up Saturday versus Denver, though his official status for that contest won't be known until Sacramento releases its injury report Friday afternoon. If Murray returns, he may be subject to a minute restriction, but his presence would mean reduced playing time for Chris Duarte, Sasha Vezenkov and Trey Lyles.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Remains out Wednesday
Murray (back) won't play in Wednesday's game versus the Clippers.
Murray's absence streak will extend to four games Wednesday due to joint irritation in his lower back. He will have extra time to recover ahead of Saturday's matchup with Denver. In Murray's absence, Chris Duarte has moved into the starting lineup, while Sasha Vezenkov and Trey Lyles have garnered increased bench roles.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Officially out Tuesday
Murray (back) will not play Tuesday against Golden State, Sean Cunningham of Fox 40 Sacramento reports.
Murray was initially listed as doubtful, and he's missed Sacramento's last two games, so his inactive status Tuesday isn't surprising. Chris Duarte has logged two starts in Murray's absence, while Trey Lyles will also help fill the void in the frontcourt.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Doubtful for Tuesday
Murray (back) is listed as doubtful to play Tuesday against Golden State.
Murray is dealing with irritation to the sacroiliac joint in his lower back. Despite fully practicing Monday, Sacramento appears to be erring on the side of caution with Murray's back. If he misses his third consecutive game Tuesday, Trey Lyles will likely absorb the majority of his usage. Kessler Edwards could see increased run as well, although he and Sasha Vezenkov have been inconsistently incorporated of late.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Fully participates in practice
Murray (back) was a full participant in Monday's practice session, Jason Anderson of The Sacramento Bee reports.
Murray has missed the last two games due to lower back soreness, but his return to practice Monday suggests that he's close to being cleared for game action. The Kings haven't yet revealed his status for Tuesday's matchup against the Warriors, but it certainly seems possible that his two-game absence will come to an end.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Ruled out Friday
Murray (back) has been ruled out for Friday's matchup against the Timberwolves, Jason Anderson of The Sacramento Bee reports.
Murray will miss a second consecutive game due lower back soreness, but the Kings haven't yet suggested the second-year forward's injury is a long-term concern. While Murray was sidelined for Wednesday's 117-112 loss to the Pelicans, Chris Duarte entered the starting five in his stead, while reserves Sasha Vezenkov and Trey Lyles also absorbed some of Murray's minutes.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Downgraded to out
Murray (back) has been ruled out for Wednesday's matchup against the Pelicans.
As expected, Murray will miss his first game of the season due to a back injury he picked up during Monday's loss to New Orleans. Chris Duarte (thumb) has been cleared to suit up, so he'll presumably take Murray's spot in the starting lineup. Sasha Vezenkov (thumb) and Trey Lyles are also candidates to absorb some of Murray's missing minutes.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Not spotted at shootaround
Murray (back), who's listed as questionable, wasn't spotted during the Kings' morning shootaround ahead of Wednesday's matchup in New Orleans, Chris Biderman of The Sacramento Bee reports.
Murray exited Monday's blowout loss to the Pelicans due to lower back soreness and is trending in the wrong direction ahead of Wednesday's matchup. Chris Duarte (thumb), Sasha Vezenkov (thumb) and Trey Lyles (calf) are also listed as questionable, but they participated in the team's shootaround and are expected to play in the rematch versus New Orleans.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Questionable for Wednesday
Murray (back) is questionable to play Wednesday against New Orleans.
Murray is dealing with lower back soreness. He exited Monday's contest against the Pelicans and was unable to return for the second half. The Kings are currently dealing with numerous injuries, so it's unclear what their rotation will look like Wednesday.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Shut down with back injury
Murray has been ruled out for the remainder of Monday's game against the Pelicans due to a lower back injury, Deuce Mason of NBC Sports California reports.
Murray didn't come out of the locker room to begin the second half, and the team announced shortly thereafter that he'll miss the rest of the contest while tending to a back issue. With Sasha Vezenkov (thumb) also out, expect the Kings to count on Kessler Edwards, Harrison Barnes and Colby Jones down the stretch.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Decent output versus Dallas
Murray posted 17 points (7-13 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 1-1 FT), three rebounds, four assists and one steal over 33 minutes during Sunday's 129-113 win over the Mavericks.
Murray has failed to surpass the 10-point mark in five of his nine outings this month, and his numbers have not been the expected ones following a solid rookie season. However, he might be trending in the right direction of late. Murray has scored at least 17 points in three of his last five outings, averaging 16.2 points while shooting 48.4 percent from the field in that span. Maintaining those numbers through a prolonged stretch is the challenge for the second-year forward.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Excels from deep with 25 points
Murray supplied 25 points (9-13 FG, 5-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), eight rebounds, one assist and one steal in 38 minutes during Monday's 132-120 win over the Cavaliers.
Murray drilled a season-high five three-pointers against the Cavaliers. He's shooting only 39.1 percent from the field over nine games, but Murray should occasionally show up with a hot hand. His shot volume has definitely gone up from his rookie season.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Logs first double-double of season
Murray posted 24 points (8-17 FG, 3-10 3Pt, 5-5 FT), 11 rebounds, three steals, a block and an assist across 40 minutes during Friday's 105-98 win over the Thunder.
The Kings desperately need role players like Murray and Kevin Huerter to succeed, and they both logged their best numbers of the season Friday night. If they can keep producing when De'Aaron Fox (ankle) returns, the Kings will make some noise in the In-Season Tournament.... See More ... See Less
Kings' Keegan Murray: Scores 12 points in loss to HOU
Murray ended Monday's 122-97 loss to Houston with 12 points (5-11 FG, 2-6 3Pt), five rebounds, one assist and one steal across 28 minutes.
Murray struggled once again and failed to provide the Kings with a scoring punch in the absence of De'Aaron Fox (ankle), though at least he cleared the 10-point mark after not doing so in his previous two outings. The second-year forward is struggling after an impressive rookie year, and he's averaging just 12.8 points per game while shooting a meager 35.8 percent from the floor. Perhaps even more worrisome is that he's been downright poor when the Kings have needed him to step his game up.... See More ... See Less
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