Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray has been determined to have a torn front cruciate tendon of the left knee and will be out inconclusively, the group declared Tuesday.
Murray endured what appeared to be a noncontact injury during the Nuggets’ 116-107 misfortune to the Golden State Warriors on Monday night. He folded to the ground in torment, gripping his left knee and beating the court with his hand subsequent to attempting to part two Warriors defenders on a drive with 50.6 seconds remaining and the Nuggets following 111-104.
Nuggets coach Michael Malone came out to mind Murray after the injury and promptly yelled, asking more medical consideration.
The medical staff drew out a wheelchair, however Murray declined and jumped off the court with the guide of two staff individuals while making an effort not to put any weight to his left side leg.
Murray, 24, has been limped by wounds this season and is averaging 21.2 points, 4.0 bounce back and 4.8 assists per game.
The Nuggets had won 17 of 20 games prior to dropping their previous two.
Murray delighted in a breakout postseason a year ago, averaging 26.5 points, 6.6 assists and 4.8 bounce back in 19 playoff games.