Sport NBA: After punching THJ: Murray takes penalty

11:55  28 january  2021
11:55  28 january  2021 Source:   spox.com

Andy Murray ruled OUT of the Australian Open

  Andy Murray ruled OUT of the Australian Open Having tested positive for Covid 12 days ago, he ran out of time to compete after being told that there could be no special quarantine dispensation, despite having completed his self-isolation at home. It appears the tournament made efforts to find a compromise for its five-times finalist. But health authorities decided he would need to go into full lockdown for two weeks after arriving ahead of the February 8 start.

Jamal Murray was fined for punching Mavericks guard Tim Hardaway Jr. in the Denver Nuggets' 117: 113 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday. As the NBA announced, Murray has to pay a fine of $ 25,000.

Jamal Murray muss eine Strafe zahlen. © Provided by SPOX Jamal Murray has to pay a fine.

Murray went down after contact in the middle of the third quarter and hit Hardaway Jr. in the abdomen with his fist while standing up.

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at the hot jazz After the referees had decided on normal foul against Murray, they took another closer look at the scene and changed their call to Flagrant Foul 2, which caused the Canadian to fly off the field.

By this point, Murray had played one of his best games of the season, hitting 7 of his first 11 throws for 16 points.

Murray has 19.3 points and 4.3 assists per game throughout the season, but he has not yet been able to build on his outstanding form from the bubble. Nevertheless, the Nuggets are in fourth place in the Western Conference with a balance of 11-7.

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