The bullcrap reason Murry isn't getting PT.
The first thing that jumps out about Murry's game is his defense. He uses his long reach and quick feet to crowd defenders, challenge shots and step into passing lanes. The rookie is averaging 1.8 steals per 36 minutes and defends the pick-and-roll better than any guard on the team not named Iman Shumpert. He is also an above-average rebounder for a guard, grabbing 4.7 rebounds per 36 minutes. It is Murry’s offensive limitations that have kept him out of the rotation. He has a solid handle, is quick off the bounce and attacks the basket, something the Knicks’ offense has lacked all season. His 3.5 free-throw attempts per 36 minutes ranks first among Knicks guards. Bleacher Report - See more at: http://*********.com/rumors.htm#sthash.KWTGsRrk.dpuf