The #4 overall pick in the NBA played lights out in Vegas en route to being named the MVP of the Summer League. After being a much maligned pick when he went in front of Jaden Ivey, Murray look like a man on a mission to prove everyone wrong.
Murray averaged 23.3/7.0/2.0 and overall just dominated the competition. He also shot 50%/40%/81% percent from the field. If he is able to transition those efficiency numbers into the regular season he is going to be a problem. Murray has +1100 odds to win Rookie of the Year and if he is able to carve out the role expected of him in Sacramento there is a ton of value there as a dark horse pick. Between Murray, Paolo Banchero and Jabari Smith Jr,. the league has had a massive influx of wing talent and their battles for years to come might become must see TV.