Lamond Murray

Lamond Murray

This NBA legend was the Los Angeles Clippers #7 overall pick in the 1994 NBA draft, who has played fifteen years of professional basketball. A College Associated Press (AP) All-American at Cal, who was inducted into the Pac-12 Basketball Hall of Honor in 2012. This Hall of Honor player broke Cals all-time scoring record (1,688) in only three seasons, (1,655) held by NBA legend Kevin Johnson, in only three years. Securing a 1993-94 sweet 16 appearance, after beating Duke the 93′ NCAA champs, in which he teamed with point guard Jason Kidd (2018′ NBA Hall of Fame inductee). He went on to play for the Los Angeles Clippers, Cleveland Cavaliers, Toronto Raptors, and New Jersey Nets. Finishing his 12-year NBA career with 736 games played, while averaging 11.3 points per game. He would go on the play three more seasons abroad, winning his first professional championship in the CBA (Chinese basketball association) with the Guang Dong Tigers in 2007-08. In 2009-10, he ended his career with the Bahrain Basketball Association playing for Al-Muharraq Sports Club.


Community outreach

  • Los Angeles Clippers – Boys and Girls club sponsorship by donating game tickets for the season.
  • Toronto Raptors – Volunteered at boys and girls skills camps for youth development.
  • New Jersey Nets – Participated in the “Read to Achieve Program” in conjunction with Target.
  • Los Angeles Clippers- Community Cares Program feeding the community YMCA south-central LA.
  • Director of Clippers Youth Basketball Camps, and Clinics.
  • Owner of Real Run Basketball AAU teams, tournaments, and leagues.
  • Keynote speaker for Special Olympics / The Rafer Johnson “Breakfast with Champions”.

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