Tuesday, July 26th, 2011 at 9:20 am  |  8 responses

Tracy Murray Is Now a WNBA Coach

Tracy Murray, the former NBA journeyman, has signed on with the Tulsa Shock to be an assistant coach. From the AP: “Former Toronto Raptors sharp-shooter Tracy Murray is joining Teresa Edwards’ coaching staff with the WNBA’s Tulsa Shock. Edwards said Monday that Murray ‘brings next level experience to our team and balances our basketball intensity while providing post experience.’ Murray’s first game as a Shock assistant will be Thursday night against Chicago.”

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    I was wondering what happened 2 this cat. I used 2 luv watching him drop 3′s as a Blazer. He had a pretty sweet shot.

  • Darren

    I remember him scoring 50 points in a game too, would be the most inexplicable player to do it if Tony Delk hadn’t.

  • http://www.slamonline.com spit hot fiyah

    ^or andre miller in his med 30s


    Co-sign Darren.

  • http://deathrowtull.com dY

    Willie Burton anyone?

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear


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  • E. Goetz

    Please pass a message to Lamond Murray or Tracy Murray.

    Lamond Murray owns a property in Phila Pa, 1332 Orthodox Street.

    This property has been vacant for a few months. It has now been broken into and is currently being used as a crack house.

    I am a neighbor; I am pursuing this matter anyway I can; I contacing anyone I can think of to rid this property of its addicts and neglect.

    Will someone contact Lamond Murray and let me know what his intentions are.
    I hope to hear from him or his representatives soon; I will be researching other outlets for relief of this neighborhood eye-sore.

    The exterior of the property is also bring urban-blight as Mr. Murray does not maintain his investment.
    This is a community Mr. Murray, I hope you don’t think it is okay to purchase a property and leave it to decay. This is a high-crime, high-drug area Mr. Murray; please be part of the solution, not the problem.

    I look forward to your response.


    E. Goetz