There's been a few players who's stock has risen significantly since being in the bubble.
Luka, obviously killed it.
Dame was on another level.
But Jamal Murray's game six efforts, dropping a 50 piece while rocking custom George Floyd and Breonna Taylor sneakers hit different.
“We found something we’re fighting for as the NBA, as a collective unit…and I use these shoes as a symbol to keep fighting all around the world.”— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) August 31, 2020
- Jamal Murray after Denver's Game 6 win. pic.twitter.com/rkwPn9QuHX
His game not only sent a powerful message off the court, but it marked the second time this series that he’s put up at least 50 points.
Murray is now just one of five players in NBA history to do that - and he did it with just 24 field goals, marking the fewest needed for a 50-point game since 1953.
We need to be appreciating what this man is doing right now. Practically single-handedly keeping Denver in this damn thing.
We are watching greatness.