Jamal Murray’s busy summer continued this week, as the Kentucky freshman headed to training camp with the Canadian National Team. He’s one of 16 players trying to make the team for the FIBA Americas Championship, which begins later this month in Mexico City.
Before departing for training camp, Murray finished up a workout with this effortless behind-the-back dunk.
Murray reclassified and committed to Kentucky back in late June. Even before training camp with the national team, the 6-foot-5 lead guard has gained international experience and exposure, helping Canada win the silver medal in the 2015 Pan-Am Games. Murray dropped 22 points (all in the fourth quarter and overtime) in Canada’s 111-108 win over Team USA in the semifinals.
Murray joins Skal Labissiere, Isaiah Briscoe, Charles Matthews and Mychal Mulder in John Calipari’s incoming class.
[h/t College Spun]