In the San Antonio Spurs’ 108-106 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies Sunday, Dejounte Murray led the team in scoring with 21 points and his three assists turned into seven points for his teammates.
The video breaks down Murray’s 28 created points against the Grizzlies.
Murray took advantage of the space the Grizzlies gave him on pick-and-rolls, specifically by taking mid-range jumpers. Here’s where Murray’s 28 created points came from:
12 points from mid-range
7 teammate points off 3 assists
6 points from three
2 points in the paint
1 point from the free throw line
Murray created 0.82 points per minute on the floor and he was responsible for 26% of the Spurs’ points, behind only DeMar DeRozan (31%) and Derrick White (30%).
Murray also collected a team high 10 rebounds, he stole the ball twice and only had one turnover in his 34 minutes.