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Dejounte Murray
Dejounte Murray
Position: G
Born: 09/19/96
Height: 6-4 / 1.93
Weight:170 lbs. / 77.1 kg.
Salary: $15,428,880
San Antonio was open to discussing Dejounte Murray and Lonnie Walker IV before the draft, sources said, and the Spurs added more enticing future draft capital in their sign-and-trade that delivered DeMar DeRozan to Chicago. Could the starting points of that package be enough to truly intrigue Philly? Portland’s eventual interest, as always, would factor heavily into any further discussions, too.
Storyline: Ben Simmons Trade?
Do you expect a trade here? While it seems unlikely the Spurs would move their pick, keep an eye on them being active with the trade machine around the draft. The Spurs have to figure out where they want to be as a franchise and what their plan is moving forward. Theyโ€™re kind of stuck in the middle right now. Murray and Derrick White could both be gettable, according to league sources.

Spurs would be willing to trade Dejounte Murray and Derrick White?

While it seems unlikely the Spurs would move their pick, keep an eye on them being active with the trade machine around the draft. The Spurs have to figure out where they want to be as a franchise and what their plan is moving forward. Theyโ€™re kind of stuck in the middle right now. Murray and Derrick White could both be gettable, according to league sources.
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Former Huskies star Jaden McDaniels pairs with his brother Jalen on The Sonics team that also includes UW newcomers PJ Fuller and Langston Wilson. A trio of former Huskies โ€” Dejounte Murray, Marquese Chriss and David Crisp โ€” lead a Real Ballers team along with former WSU star Robert Franks. Chicago Bulls star Zach Lavine leads the PNW Rain squad while former UW standout Tony Wroten Jr. headlines a Ball is Life team.
First organized in 1995 by Doug Christie, the Rainier Beach High alum and 15-year NBA veteran, the Crawsover was handed over to Crawford in 2004. Since then, the Pro-Am has become one of the most popular summer leagues in the country. NBA superstars like Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and Kyrie Irving have all flocked to Seattle to play in past iterations of the event. Professionals arenโ€™t the only ones who play in the Pro-Am though. Young Seattle basketball players are given the chance to train and play with seasoned NBA vets. Local talents like Dejounte Murray, Kevin Porter Jr., Michael Porter Jr., Matisse Thybulle, Jalen and Jaden McDaniels, and Paolo Banchero, the Duke commit who is ranked as 247.comโ€™s No. 2 prospect in the country, have all played at the Crawsover as high schoolers.