Spurs rookie point guard Dejounte Murray averaged only 8.5 minutes per game during the regular season, so don't blame fans for being unaware of him. But since the Spurs' regular starting guard Tony Parker went down with an injury, Murray is getting more playing time in the Playoffs, and fans are taking notice—not only of his game, but of his horrible tattoo.
During Game 1 of the Western Conference finals against the Golden State Warriors, Murray played almost 13 minutes, long enough for fans to see his strange tattoo. It looks like a mixture between an alien and a turtle—but we're not sure. Take a look for yourselves.
The question on everyone's mind...
WHAT is going on with Dejounte Murray's tattoo? pic.twitter.com/fk9m6yluXU
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) May 14, 2017
— The People's Champ (@heath_day) April 22, 2017
Regardless of what the tattoo is supposed to be, one things is clear: the face is mad. And that's apparently what the 20-year-old wanted—a mean face.
EXCLUSIVE: We've got the answer straight from Dejounte Murray on his tattoo. pic.twitter.com/aB11PtXVwA
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) May 15, 2017
Murray's mean face tat might take the cake for the NBA's worst ink.
Murray finished his the game with six points, two rebounds and two assists.
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