rydjorker121 wrote:no, FabFour, hes a huge sleeper...funny how all those undersized shooting guards are... Cuttino Mobley at #42 and look what he is! Dwyane Wade now...and look for that guy, Fred Jones and willie Green, 6'4", to step up for their respective teams...they seem to have good instincts on both ends of the court..now I bet Milwaukee regrets that trade in which they also sent Ronald Murray along with Ray Allen to get Payton...that guy can be a sixth man and most improved once Ray Allen comes back..
shaqpak34 wrote:ya, but man, each year someone breaks out!
last year it was ricky davis!
what happend to maciej lampe or whatever??
i thot he would have been a HUGE steal for us, but we got cook instead
jsm0331 wrote:this guy continues to score.
Just look at his point production this year, it's crazy:
Murray-22 points & 7 assists
Murray-24 points & 6 assists
Murray-29 points & 8 assists
Murray- 16 points (the lowest he's scored this season)
Murray-26 points & 7 assists
result- L 98-105
jsm0331 wrote:since those games, we now may be wondering where in the world is Ronald Murray...the answer is...on the bench. His high scoring performances have ended, and now he is only putting up mediocre numbers. Take a look, mainly at last 4 games, throughout those games his minutes decreased and so did his point production.
vs.- @ UTH
Hoopsworld: Seattle Ronald â€œFlipâ€? Murray told the Associated Press he was fine with his recent move to the bench telling media that he was still learning saying "I'm still just learning the game... Knowing when to take a shot and when not to, stuff like that. I've just started playing. I'm not a vet. It's going to come along, slowly but surely." Sources close to the Sonics say Flip had gotten some ego about himself and was forcing shots and not following the game plan. When it was decided Flip would come off the bench Sonics sources say there was some frustration, but heâ€™s handled it like a professional, and that speaks volumes for a guy most had thought was a garbage toss in player. Sonics coach Nat McMillan mirrored those comments to the press saying ''He's been professional all along in the way he played when he was given the opportunity and in the way he has played and responded to being brought off the benchâ€¦ I like what I see. He knows he'll get his opportunities to play.'' If Flip continues his impressive play, not only would he be a â€œsure thingâ€? for the NBAâ€™s Most Improved Player award, but possibly even Sixth Man of the Year.
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