The Utah Jazz have signed former New York Knicks guard to a two year deal with terms of the contract not disclosed at this time. Murry, who appeared in 51 games for the Knicks in his rookie season averaging 3 points a game 1 rebound and 1 assist in average about 7 minutes a game. Murry shot 43 percent from the field and shot 42 percent from long range. Murry never really had a chance to shine on the Knicks roster with being a 3rd string point guard but that’s exactly what the Jazz might have signed Murry for. The Utah Jazz needed another point guard to back up Trey Burke and Dante Exum after trading John Lucas the third to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Murry could get a lot of minutes depending on the health of Burke and Exum but it looks like it’s a similar role like New York.
All credits to the photo of Toure Murry go to Bleacher Report.