Toure' Murry
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Jazz Recall Toure’ Murry from Idaho Stampede

Murry expected to be in uniform for Jazz’s game tonight at Minnesota
by Bill Lea

SALT LAKE CITY (January 3, 2015) – The Utah Jazz announced today that the team has recalled guard Toure’ Murry from the NBA Development League’s Idaho Stampede, the Jazz’s exclusive NBA D-League affiliate.  Murry is expected to be in uniform for the Jazz’s game tonight at the Minnesota Timberwolves (6 p.m. MT, TV: ROOT Sports, RADIO: 1280 AM/97.5 FM and Jazz Radio Network).

Murry (6-5, 195, Wichita State), who was assigned on Dec. 31, scored 11 points with six rebounds and two blocks vs. Bakersfield on Friday night in his only game while on assignment.  This was his second assignment to Idaho this season, having previously been assigned from Nov. 13-Dec. 2.  Overall, Murry has appeared in seven games (six starts) for the Stampede, averaging 13.6 points, 5.6 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 2.1 steals in 31.3 minutes of play.  He has scored in double figures in six of his seven games, posting two double-doubles.  Originally signed as a free agent on Aug. 28, Murry has not yet appeared in a game this season for the Jazz.

Murry was the ninth different player in Jazz history to be assigned to the D-League, and the first under the new Jazz-Stampede single affiliation.  Other players on the current Jazz roster with D-League experience include Patrick Christopher, Ian Clark, Jeremy Evans, Rudy Gobert and Steve Novak. 

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