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Kris Murray
Ht/Wt: 6' 8" / 225 lbs
Position: PF
Team: Iowa
Class: Junior

2023 Draft Profile - Kris Murray

Jonathan Wasserman - Bleacher Report - June 21st: "Kris Murray comes off as NBA-ready with similar shot-making and off-ball scoring skills as twin brother Keegan. Although his age doesn’t scream upside, he looks the part of a top-five combo forward from the 2023 draft class."

Kyle Irving - Sporting News - June 21st: "...as a 6-8, versatile forward who can defend multiple positions and knock down catch-and-shoot 3s to space the floor for its stars."

Gary Parrish - CBS Sports - June 20th: "Murray projects as a combo forward who can stretch the floor on offense and guard multiple positions on defense. The Iowa alum won't be a top-five pick like his twin was last year, but he should comfortably go somewhere in the first round."

NBA Draft Room - May 16th: "Brother of Keegan, Kris is a smooth and versatile forward who put up big numbers this year. Looks very NBA ready."

John Fanta - Fox Sports - May 12: "The All-Big Ten First Team selection took the torch from his twin brother, Keegan, and averaged over 20 points per game on 48% from the floor. His size, offensive skill set and maturity make him a desirable top-20 prospect because he fits the modern day NBA. "

Tyler Byrum and Chase Hughes - NBC Sports - May 8th: "Kris is also a gifted scorer, rebounder and shot-blocker who is a particularly effective offensive player due to his size, speed and shooting touch. Kris, however, is not expected to be picked as high as Keegan largely because he didn't score with the same efficiency."

Bryan Kalbrosky - For the Win - May 5th: "Iowa’s Kris Murray would have benefited from a stronger performance in the NCAA men’s tournament, but it’s still worth noting that he had an excellent season. The All-Big Ten forward finished the season averaging 20.2 points, 7.9 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.0 steals, and 1.2 blocks per game."

Jonathan Wasserman - Bleacher Report - Jan. 5th: "Though Murray isn't as threatening with the ball as Keegan was, he's showcased similarly translatable off-ball scoring with his spot-up and movement shooting, cutting and offensive rebounding."

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