Boston guard Kyrie Irving wound up with the ball and he fired it up into the stands before marching off the court instead of allowing the Nuggets to collect it and give it to Murray to commemorate his career night.
It was a "bullshit move", according to Kyrie Irving, who hurled the ball into the crowd in frustration.
"Congratulations to him on scoring 48 points".
"What kind of competitor wouldn't it bother?" he snapped.Читайте также: Beyoncé endorses Beto O’Rourke hours before polls close
Jamal Murray had 48 points Monday night with time winding down and the outcome no longer in doubt, when he launched a three-pointer in an effort to crack the 50-point barrier. He did it in a great fashion against us. "I understand if we fouled him, going to the free throw line. So, I threw it in the crowd". Our defense has to be better, especially against a player like that in the pick-and-roll. "I just lose myself sometimes".
"I really wasn't meaning no disrespect".
Murray didn't see it the way Irving did and, to his credit, he says he had no intention of rubbing salt into the Celtics' wounds the way he seemed to be doing. I know half the team over there, so no hard feelings. "It was just, my emotions took over and that's how I get sometimes when I get going".
Jamal Murray interrupted the greatest scoring night by a Nuggets player in nearly eight years to perform a rare feat. The teams play again on March 18 in Boston.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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