Before knee injury, Chris Paul says the sky is the limit for Dejounte Murray
Dejounte Murray has steadily turned into one of the most exciting players on the roster to watch. The point guard is long, athletic and extremely confident. However, his best attribute is arguably his willingness to be a leader. Before Murray suffered a right knee injury in the team's preseason loss to Houston, Rockets guard Chris Paul had high praise for the Spurs’ young point guard. “When Jamal Crawford got married a few years ago, Dejounte might have still been in high school.
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Here's How You Can Win an Autographed Pair of Dejounte Murray's Shoes
Sneakerheads can try their luck at winning a pair of a young Spur's fashionable kicks. On Wednesday evening, up-and-coming Spur Dejounte Murray tweeted that he's...
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Dejounte Murray tips his cap at 'Big Dawg' Jakob Poeltl
San Antonio Spurs' Jakob Poeltl is playing great for the Spurs in their 8-game win streak. So much so, his play on the floor has caught the attention of his teammate Dejounte Murray. Following Poeltl's performance versus the Trail Blazers, Murray gave him a shout out telling him to keep doing what he's doing. "Keep Hooping Big Dawg" Against Portland, Poeltl recorded eight points, five blocks, and six rebounds in 24 minutes to help the Spurs get the 108-103 win over the Blazers.
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LOOK: Dejounte Murray thanks ex-Spur Kawhi Leonard for basketball career advice
San Antonio Spurs guard Dejounte Murray is still on the mend from his preseason ACL injury which has kept him out of action for all of the 2018-19 season. However, Murray is hard at work rehabbing his knee and was recently seen dunking and looking like he is ready to step on the court. And as he continues his road back to the court, Murray recently gave a shout out to former Spur Kawhi Leonard for basketball advice he gave him.
Locked On Spurs Ep. 107: How did Dejounte Murray perform while in Austin?
Twitter: @JeffGSpursZone(NOTE: Recorded before Spurs recalled Dejounte Murray earlier today)On this episode of Locked On Spurs, I check in on San Antonio Spurs rookie Dejounte Murray and see how he has been doing while on assignment with the D-League Austi
LOOK: Priorities! Dejounte Murray lets all know what's at the top of his list
Twitter: @JeffGSpursZone. San Antonio Spurs' Dejounte Murray is still hard at work rehabbing his injured right knee he tore in the preseason, but that hasn't stopped him from sharing is priorities. Recently, the Spurs point guard shared a photo from the team's practice gym showing the franchise's championship banners. In that photos, Murray made it clear what he is aiming for in his professional career. the soldier poem summary.
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Locked On Spurs: How the injury to Dejounte Murray impacts the Spurs
Twitter: @JeffGSpursZone. The San Antonio Spurs announced that guard Dejounte Murray has torn his right ACL and will likely be out for the entire 2018-19 season. To discuss the impact on the loss of Murray, join host Jeff Garcia and News 4 San Antonio's Jim Lefko as they discuss this topic and more on this episode of Locked On Spurs.
Andy Murray says 'naive' to think he will return to top
Tennis News: Andy Murray said Sunday it would be "naive" and "silly" to think he will ever return to being the player that surged to number one in the world.
Andy Murray says ‘naive’ to think he will return to top
Andy Murray, a three-time Grand Slam champion, is on a long comeback trail after undergoing career-saving hip resurfacing surgery in January.
Dear Abby: After 30 years, husband says marriage isn’t what he wanted
Dear Abby: Just months before our 30th wedding anniversary, my husband told me he doesn't love me and never wanted to marry me. I am beyond devastated. I feel I have wasted the best years of my life. We have two beautiful daughters who are my everything. When he revealed this news to me, it turned my life upside down. I don't know how to process it or what to do. I have spent years begging him to be more affectionate and loving…
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In the aftermath of the tragic shooting deaths of five people at an industrial complex in Aurora, Illinois, the wife of one of the victims said he had one final message for her before he died.
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Wait, What? Flappy Bird's Creator Says He's Removing The Game (Updated)
A tweet from Dong Nguyen, creator of the maddening and virally popular game Flappy Bird, says the game will disappear from the Android and iOS app stores at noon tomorrow. And here I'd just gotten past the first three pipes!
There are cheaper ways to treat Hanford waste, scientists say. State wants proof
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How Should an Owner React When His Employee Shuns a Same-Sex Couple?
ARTICLE BY: Kate Peterson August 17, 2018 When a religious employee refuses to help a same-sex couple, the storeowner must decide how to react Annah Rowley had been working at Barrus Jewelers since she was 16 years old. Aaron Barrus, the store’s third-generation owner, had known Hannah and her family through their church for as long as he could remember. Growing up in a family-operated business in a very conservative, suburban town in the Rockies, Aaron was used to the idea that his…