April 12, 2018, 3:02 amJamal MurrayPG, Denver Nuggets
Jamal Murray put in 20 points and added six rebounds, six assists, a steal and a pair of 3-pointers in the Nuggets' season-ending loss to the Wolves on Wednesday night.
Murray looked much improved in his sophomore season. His scoring skyrocketed from 10 points per game all the way to 17 and he showed how high his ceiling is as a scorer in the NBA with seven games of 30 points or more. Murray was a top-60 play thanks to his scoring, 3-point volume, solid amount of steals and free throw percentage. He doesn't rack up assists like you may want him to but he's not the traditional point guard as he's shown more potential playing off-ball. If the Nuggets can bring in a playmaker or two in the offseason, Murray should be in for an even better third year in the NBA.