Grant Hill, Jalen Rose hits the late Trey of the Murray-Kyrie scrap


JAMAL Murray may not have become the fifth player to hit the 50-point NBA season (Klay Thompson, Stephen Curry, Derrick Rose and Blake Griffin), but his game has proved to be the most controversial.

On Thursday, the Denver Nuggets guard rained 48 rounds (19-30 shooting, 5 rebounds, 4 assist) with Boston Celtics, including 19 in the fourth quarter, to take their team to 115-107 victory and better start in 1976 (9-1 in size, at home 6-0) . Murray was simply on fire that night and cast the second best defense (100.8 rating) in the league.


Things began complicated when she decided to go for half a century and took a deep three-pointer vaimeisiin seconds, the Nuggets had already closed an agreement. At basketball you can not just do something like that. Maybe because "Blue Arrow" is the story of such episodes – ask Lonzo Ball – that Boston's Kyrie Irving (31 points, 13-17 FG) was not that.

Irving, who was fined $ 25,000 for throwing basketball into the crowd, said: "What kind of rival would not bother me, I was (crazy), but we're not going to do that much, but he did 48 points, but he did it fine. Murray said, "My feelings went up in the usual way when it did."

Soon thereafter, former players and rims pondits put their two cents:

Jalen Rose, with Toronto Raptors finished with Kobe Bryant 81, on Get Up!: "If you do not want a guy to get 50, do not let him get 48 … I know."

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Stephen A. Smith First Ota: "I love Kyrie doing it, do you know why, because Boston Celtics has to wake up."

Shannon Sharpe is UNDISPUTED: "Kyrie is crazy for the last 4 seconds, where Jamal Murray tried three, but at age 48? Jamal Murray looked like Jordan, Kobe, shooting like Steph Curry, Klay Thompson."

Grant Hill first courses: "I mean, you're ending up. I know you do not want someone to get you 50, but keep watch over the other 48 points during the game, block it from happening."


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