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Jamal Murray likes tweet linking him to Lakers, which is random

Jamal Murray just liked a tweet linking him to the Los Angeles Lakers and now fans are dreaming of him joining the team. 

In recent years, Jamal Murray has solidified himself as a true standout in the NBA. It led to the Denver Nuggets signing him to a massive five-year deal in 2019 worth $158 million. Yup, he’s that good.

With that said, he’s not a free agent until the summer of 2025, meaning he’s still got plenty of time left in Denver to try and help the team get back to the NBA Finals. But, is he thinking about potentially heading to Los Angeles down the road? That’s what folks think thanks to his recent Twitter activity.

Jamal Murray liking a tweet about the Lakers has fans freaking out

To make things even more interesting, the tweet that Murray liked says he’d be potentially joining the Lakers this summer. So, is Murray expecting there to be a blockbuster trade at some point in the coming months?

Does Murray know something we don’t? Probably not. There’s no chance Denver is going to send him out of town. Before suffering his serious knee injury in April, the 6-foot-3, 215-pounder was averaging more than 21 points per game, while adding 4.8 assists and 4.0 rebounds.

While a Murray to Los Angeles trade would turn the league upside down, Lakers fans should focus their attention elsewhere. While the 2020-21 season ended with the disappointing loss to the Suns, a healthy Anthony Davis could help the team push for an NBA Finals title next season. Also, LeBron James will be quite motivated.

As for Murray, he’ll continue to rehab his knee and focus on getting back to 100 percent as soon as possible. When he does, he’ll be able to return to his outstanding form Denver fans love seeing.

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