JAMAL Murray, one of the Denver Nuggets’ best basketball players, is unlikely to play again this season. The NBA team from Colorado confirmed the severity of the injury Murray suffered in the final quarter of the trial against the Golden State Warriors, and wrote-the cruciate ligament of the left knee was ruptured.
Denver also has ambitious ambitions this season, but after the player who scored 21.2 points, 4 rebounds and 4.8 assists per night retired, until further notice, Denver has now been greatly reduced.
The Canadian quarterback returned after four missed games due to a second knee injury and was injured in the reflection at the entrance to the basket. He lay on the floor for a long time, writhing in pain. He refused to sit in a wheelchair, but could not leave the venue alone.
After the game with the Warriors, he moved on, and now the confirmation of the diagnosis has arrived, which inevitably means that the Denver team is ambitious before the most important season of the season.
The Nuggets are currently the fourth team in the Western Conference, with 35 wins and 20 losses.