Jamal Murray Used His Custom Kicks As A Symbol To Keep Fighting In Game 6

Jamal Murray, the point guard for the DENVER NUGGETS, has been straight Ballin lately, and he used his custom kicks as motivation to keep fighting in a possible elimination Game 6 in the NBA Playoffs.

Jamal Murray’s custom kicks have pictures of Breonna Taylor and Jacob Blake on them, and he said that the shoes motivate him to keep fighting in these troubled times.

Watch Jamal’s emotional postgame interview below, and check out his kicks:

Jamal Murray scored 50 points in the game, and this was his second 50 point game in the series.

With his performance, Jamal joins the company of Allen Iverson, Michael Jordan, & Donovan Mitchell for most 50 point games in a playoff series.

Surprisingly the DENVER NUGGETS vs. the UTAH JAZZ playoff series has been the most competitive in the first round, both Jamal and JAZZ star Donovan Mitchell have scored 50 points twice in the series.

Jamal and his teammates pushed the series to a Game 7 last night, and the NBA world is anticipating a nail biter.

While walking to the locker room, Jamal took a pause for the cause to take in the moment.

Jamal has expressed his frustration with social injustice and systemic racism in America, and I believe his pause was a combination of him being metally and physically exhausted.

Watch Jamal take in the moment below:

Do you think Jamal will lead his team to a Game 7 playoff win tomorrow night?

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