Tracy Murray 2020

Tracy Murray, 2020

Tracy was the best three-year high school scorer in California history, while playing at Glendora. He scored 3,053 points in his career (3rd all-time) and averaged 44.2 points per game his senior season when Glendora won CIF title and lost in the California state finals in 1989. Murray was the 1989 California Mr. Basketball. The McDonald’s All-American had an outstanding three-year college career at UCLA, finishing his junior year in the NCAA Elite 8 and as one of the Bruins all-time scorers. He was twice All-Pac-10. The 6-7 Murray was a first round NBA draft pick of the San Antonio Spurs. He had a 15-year professional career in the NBA and overseas.

He led the NBA in 3-point shooting one season and had 50-point scoring game. He has worked as a NBA shooting coach, including with the Los Angeles Lakers along with coaching pro teams for nine years. He is currently the UCLA basketball 570 AM radio color commentator and also works locally on NBA post-game broadcasts for KABC Channel 7. His younger brother Cameron played at USC and Louisville.