Dejounte Murray and a message to bring the NBA closer to the people

Dejounte Murray was present with Trae Young in the Seattle Pro-Am League, organized by Jamal Crawford and put on a show. In this sense, the new Atlanta player was happy to have been able to play in his city and sent a message to his NBA colleagues.

“To my brothers in the NBA. If you’re healthy and love basketball, come to these Pro-Am’s so these guys and people who can’t afford a ticket can see us for free. We’re not big enough for that!”

It was an NBA summer where several players like Paolo Banchero, Chet Holmgren, LeBron James or DeMar DeRozan have spent in these leagues, where they filled the stadiums and put on a show.

In turn, Draymond Green supported Murray in his message through his personal podcast: “Young people who will never in their lives have the opportunity to see LeBron James play enjoyed it and I could feel that. You could see the reactions on their faces and allow the city to touch them.”