In the D-League he is probably playing like he did in college, the star who is relied on to score 1-on-1 and such. His role would be different in the NBA, he could flourish and be better. You never know, the D-League is useless for anything besides keeping players in shape.
Saturday night Murphy went for 24 in a Reno win. He appeared to be the star of the game.
Correct. As far as I'm concerned the D-League is mostly useless. This league is one Allstar game after another with out allstars. It's not a good indicator of NBA talent. Some do well some don't. Shouldn't put too much stock in ones performance in this league, good or bad.
Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin