The Utah Jazz have waived guard Toure’ Murry.
Following the move, the Jazz roster now stands at 14 players.
Murry (6-5, 195, Wichita State) was originally signed as a free agent on Aug. 28 and appeared in one regular season game for the Jazz.
The Utah Jazz have assigned Toure’ Murry to the NBA Development League’s Idaho Stampede, the Jazz’s exclusive D-League affiliate.
This will be the second assignment this season for Murry, who was previously assigned to Idaho from Nov. 13-Dec. 2. In six games (five starts) for the Stampede, Murry averaged 14.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 2.3 steals in 31.5 minutes of play.
December 31, 2014
The Utah Jazz have recalled guard Toure’ Murry from the NBA Development League’s Idaho Stampede.
Murry was assigned to the Stampede on Nov. 13.
Murry (6-5, 195, Wichita State) appeared in six games (five starts) for the Stampede, averaging 14.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 2.3 steals (tied for sixth in the NBA D-League) in 31.5 minutes of play.
December 03, 2014
In leiu of Thanksgiving week, the JJJ Podcast is taking the week off, but hosts Alan “Jedi” Zaugg and John “Jerms” English as well as producer Devin Masters bring to you a roundtable to give our thoughts on the Utah Jazz and the NBA this week.
1. How concerned should we be with the play of Alec Burks?
John English: Somewhat concerned. He’s now a bonafide starter, and it...
The Utah Jazz have assigned guard Toure’ Murry to the NBA Development League’s Idaho Stampede, the Jazz’s exclusive D-League affiliate.
Murry is expected to be in uniform for the Stampede’s season opener on Nov. 14 against the Erie BayHawks.
Murry (6-5, 195, Wichita State) played one game for the Erie BayHawks last season while on D-League assignment from the New York Knicks...
November 13, 2014
The Utah Jazz have signed Toure' Murry to a two-year, $2 million deal.
The deal includes $250,000 in guaranteed money this season and is non-guaranteed for 15-16.
Murry went undrafted in 2012 out of Wichita State and spent last season with the New York Knicks.
Toure' Murry is close to a two-year, $2 million deal with the Utah Jazz, according to sources.
The New York Knicks have been trying this month to convince Murry to hold off on signing elsewhere as they try to sort out their roster. Murry has also received interest from the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers.
Murry averaged 2.7 points and 1 assist in 7.3 minutes per game last season for the Knicks.
The New York Knicks declined to make the qualifying offer to Toure Murry.
Murry will become an unrestricted free agent.
The Knicks are still interested in re-signing Murry.
Let’s give the Knicks credit for something. Over the past few seasons, the team has done an excellent job of mining some pretty good mid-roster talent, all while having a rough cap situation because of the huge contracts to their “star” players. Often times this is through free agency or the D-League, and it’s even through the draft – something the Knicks often seem voluntarily...
The season was a bust, but that doesn’t mean the Knicks can’t still have a few highlights. Toure Murry sets up Iman Shumpert off the glass on the breakaway for the high-flying jam in the Battle of New York.
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The New York Knicks have already been eliminated from the playoffs, but that hasn’t stopped them from playing hard and making highlight plays.
Tonight in Brooklyn facing the Nets, Toure Murry threw an off-the-glass alley-oop to trailing teammate Iman Shumpert who finished the play with a thunderous jam:
Iman Shumpert off the glass alley oop dunk [@gifdsports]
It appeared that the New York Knicks were going to cruise to a victory over the Philadelphia 76ers up by double-digits with less than five minutes to play.
Then the 76ers went on a 16-1 run and brought the game close enough for the New York Knicks head coach Mike Woodson to bring his starters back.
Apparently, Carmelo Anthony (thinking that he probably wasn’t going back in) had...
The New York Knicks have assigned Toure' Murry, Jeremy Tyler and Cole Aldrich to the Erie BayHawks of the NBA D-League.
Murry, Tyler and Aldrich will practice with Erie on Wednesday and will be re-called to the Knicks on Thursday.
There’s never much drama in our Power Rankings, at least as far as the No. 1 spot goes. And we’re sorry to admit that the same can be said for this week’s edition. In fact, the summit of these rankings has never been more secure.
1. Carmelo Anthony (Last: 1) – Well now. On Friday, Anthony scored the most points in an NBA game without committing a turnover (since they’ve...
The New York Knicks had us excited there for a minute. They ripped off five straight wins, including a convincing home victory over the Miami Heat and there seemed to be some positive momentum in terms of heading in the right direction. Unfortunately, they came out flat against the Charlotte Bobcats, which snowballed into two uncompetitive showings against legitimate championship...
The New York Knicks have actually been a good basketball team in 2014. Winners of their last four and five of their last six, they have moved to 14-22 and in the playoff mix in the ever-putrid Eastern Conference. Tonight they will host the overachieving Phoenix Suns, owners of a surprising 21-15 record. The Knicks may be catching the Suns at the right time, as they’ve lost three...
We wondered aloud this time last week if the Knicks were playing their most cohesive, best ball of the season. That’s no longer debatable. The Orange and Blue are winners of five of their last six games, but there remains a ways to go to fully surface from the canyon created by the early-season struggles. New York remains 4.5 games out of first place in the Atlantic Division, and...
New York Knicks head coach Mike Woodson has certainly been the topic of turmoil since the beginning of this season. After finishing last year with a record of 54 wins and 28 losses, which included an 11-4 start to the season (6-0 at Madison Square Garden), and an 8-2 finish in April, most Knicks fans were excited to see what this year’s younger squad would be able to bring to the...
Howdy, folks. Last time we ranked these Knicks, they were ready to embark on the NBA’s Texas Triangle of Death, and we were certain that they wouldn’t make it out intact. But since this season has made less sense than Season 3 of Homeland, the Knicks nearly swept the trip; one more late game folly, this time in Houston, kept them from being perfect. But the loss was bookended...
The Knicks finished their Texas Triangle trip up strongly, defeating the Dallas Mavericks by a score of 92-80.
- You don’t want to overreact to three games, but the Knicks continued their stellar play with a win in Dallas, and look to have put their early season demons behind them. Instead of leaving the state with nothing but a fluke win over the Spurs, the team was just a J...
Ok then! The Knicks started off the 2014 calendar year with their banner win of the season (if there can be such a thing when you’re 10-21) by knocking off the San Antonio Spurs in the first game of a three-game Texas swing. There were some excellent performances throughout for the Knicks, which is a rare occurrence, so let’s get to it:
- We have to begin with Iman Shumpert...
The New York Knicks (9-21) travel to San Antonio tonight to take on the 25-7 Spurs who are their usual dominant selves. Back in November these two teams met and it wasn’t pretty, with the Spurs rolling to a 120-89 victory. The bad news is the bottom seems to be truly falling out on the Knicks season as they’ve lost three in a row and now have a difficult West Coast swing coming...
The Toronto Raptors completed a home-and-home sweep of the New York Knicks, defeating them by a score of 115-100 on Saturday night.
- The Knicks had to do it without Carmelo Anthony again, but there’s still no excuse for being handled this easily by the 13-15 Toronto Raptors. In a division where no teams have a record over .500, things are still wide open, but the Knicks are shooting...
The New York Knicks (9-19) take on the first place Toronto Raptors (11-15…!!!) at home tonight, as they look to claw themselves back towards the top of the division. Carmelo Anthony is a game time decision in the first regular season edition of the BARGNANI BOWL, as rumors continue to swirl that there could be future Raptors/Knicks trades on the way.
Coming off an embarrassing...
The New York Knicks and their 9-18 record (1 game winning streak!) host the Oklahoma City Thunder on Christmas Day in a national television showcase. Will this be a showcase for their laughingstock of a season or will they show a little heart and give the Thunder a game? I wouldn’t bet your stocking stuffers on the latter but who knows, that’s why they suit up, right?