Jamal Murray Parents Had Confidence In Their Son
The 25-year-old Canadian basketball player, Jamal Murray, has always been believed in by his parents. He was first introduced to basketball by his father, and he has always loved the sport ever since.
His father, who was born in Jamaica and moved to Canada when he was nine years old, has always had the utmost faith in his son. As a young child, Roger was aware that the sky was the limit for him if he put in the effort. Roger, who grew up competing in basketball and track and field, stated that he thought he could do it early on.
As Jamal grew older, the senior Murray taught him the importance of mental toughness on the court and physical and athletic toughness. They gave the procedure the name "mental Kung Fu. It's essentially just a method to keep your body under control and concentrate on your objective.
As a result of his hard work, the Denver Nuggets selected Murray in the 2016 NBA Draft as the seventh overall choice. Later, in a defeat to the Portland Trail Blazers, 112-105, he recorded a then-career-high 19 points. On November 22, he surpassed that total by scoring 24 points in a 110-107 victory over the Chicago Bulls.
Additionally, for games played in October and November, Jamal received the Western Conference Rookie of the Month award. In 2017, Murray won the Rising Stars Challenge MVP award after leading Team World to a 150-139 victory over Team USA with a game-high 36 points (9-14 3FG) and a game-high 11 assists.