The AP reports: The Charlotte Bobcats came to terms late Thursday with free agent guard Ronald “Flip” Murray on a one-year, $1.99 million deal. Agent Mark Termini said Murray chose the Bobcats after also having discussions with the Cleveland Cavaliers. He averaged 12.2 points last season coming off the bench for the Atlanta Hawks, and gives coach Larry Brown more options in the backcourt.
awesome pickup by the 'Cats on this one, definitely gives us some much needed help in the back court.
Cool. All we need now is a backup PF.
Makes me wonder now what the big trade will be. We're obviously done with free agency and we don't have all the pieces we want. We're set a the guard positions but lacking good backup forwards. We're overloaded at center.
Last edited by rufuspaul : 09-25-2009 at 09:25 AM.
I commented on the original thread this broke in, but I'll say it again.
I am absolutely excited about this signing. Murray was exactly the type of player we needed. On top of that, I think he'll out-perform Henderson in camp and take the backup spot while Gerald gets some D-League time.
Oh cool, thanks. I remember him from Memphis... not much of him, I just remember him being there. I was watching more of CDR and Rose (I still wish we took CDR with our 38th pick or whatever it was )
One of the nation's top defensive players ... Assigned to guard the opponents' top perimeter player ... Also one of the country's top all-around performers ... A versatile player who can play the 1, 2 or 3 ... The Tigers' "glue" player ... Creative with the ball ... A solid all-around player ... Dual threat who can shoot the three-pointer or drive to the basket.
Has played in 113 games, starting 96 ... Averaging 7.9 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.3 assists ... Shooting 40.5 percent from the field, 31.8 percent from the arc and 60.8 percent from the charity stripe ... Has 371 assists, 32 blocks and 164 steals ... Has an assist-to-turnover ratio of 2.3:1 ... Led team in minutes played all three years (1030 as a freshman, 1007 as a sophomore, 1180 as a junior) ... Ranked among Memphis all-time leaders in assists (No. 9 with 371), steals (No. 7 with 164) and three-pointers made (No. 9 with 119) ... First Tiger since Antonio Burks to have three-straight years of 100-plus assists ... Led Memphis all three years in steals and is first Tiger player to do so since Antonio Burks ... Averaging an incredible 0.05 turnovers per minute played in career (161 TO/3197 minutes) ... Played in 14 postseason games (all NCAA Tournament).