Jamal Murray “ready” to return Nuggets teammate Monte Morris says

“He wants to be back,” Nuggets coach Michael Malone said of his star guard after Denver’s 136-130 loss to Minnesota

Jamal Murray “wants to be back,” Nuggets coach Michael Malone told reporters Friday night following his team’s 136-130 loss to Minnesota at Ball Arena

“Yeah, I mean keep hope alive, like Jesse Jackson (said),” Malone offered during his postgame news conference when asked about fans who still pined for Murray’s return this season

Teammate Monte Morris sounded even more hopeful. “His mental (acumen) is there,” Morris said Friday. “He’s ready to get back out there. He’s looked good. He’s dunking and everything, (with) both legs. It’s a matter of time, I guess, but hopefully we can get him back

Murray has yet to suit up for the Nuggets since tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee at Golden State on April 12, 2021

We’re not shutting down Jamal Murray,” Malone continued. “This is not a black-and-white issue. We’re not running a race with a definitive finish line

Who knows what the seasons going to look like after four games? Are we going to be the playoffs? Are we going to be in the play-in? Who knows? That’s yet to be determined

Jamal is getting better every day. Trust me, we all want him back. I want him back. We’re a better team with Jamal Murray

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