Keegan Murray SHOWS UP BIG in first Summer League game 👀🔥 26 PTS & 8 REB 🍿

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In Keegan Murray’s first NBA Summer League game against the Golden State Warriors, Murray walked away with 26 PTS & 8 REB.

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