In a video, Murray can be seen taking contact on a post up before spinning and dunking. This is great news for the promising young guard, as it appears he'll be healthy for the offseason. The emergence of Derrick White complicates things for Murray's future role, but Murray still figures to hold a significant role in the Spurs' rotation come 2019-20.
Murray (knee) dunked for the first time since undergoing surgery to address a torn ACL, Jeff Garcia of FOXSanAntonio.com reports.
This marks the first real update on Murray's progress. The 22-year-old point guard was looking to be one of the more promising third-year players in the league before suffering the injury during the preseason. He'll continue his rehab work with the hopes that he'll be fully healthy by the time next season rolls around.
Murray (knee) underwent successful surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Murray suffered a torn ACL during the preseason, and it's expected that he'll be sidelined for the entirety of the 2018-19 campaign. Given the timing of the injury, however, Murray will have a good chance to be ready for the start of the 2019-2020 season.
Murray suffered a torn ACL in his right knee and is considered out indefinitely, Tom Orsborn of San Antonio Express-News reports.
Murray suffered the non-contact injury during Sunday's preseason game against the Rockets and a follow-up MRI has now confirmed the diagnosis. While surgery has yet to be scheduled, the up-and-coming point guard will likely miss the entire season, which is a tough blow for a player looking to make that third-year jump in play. With Murray sidelined for the foreseeable future, Patty Mills will be relied upon more at point guard, while Derrick White should now play a fairly significant role in the rotation. In addition, DeMar DeRozan could be used even more as a facilitator in his first season in San Antonio. Look for another updated timetable to be provided once Murray undergoes surgery.
Murray suffered a right knee injury during Sunday's preseason matchup with the Rockets and won't return, Jabari Young of The Athletic reports.
Murray appeared to be in significant pain following the injury and the Spurs' medical staff considered wheeling him off the floor in a wheel chair. However, Murray wound up walking to the locker room under his own power, which provides some optimism the injury may not force an extended absence. According to Chris Haynes of Yahoo! Sports, Murray will have an MRI performed on the knee Monday, so we should have a better idea of the severity once those test results are released. Tentatively consider him questionable for Wednesday's preseason tilt with the Hawks.
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