He's struggling. But players go on streaks. A week ago, most here were ready to drive HB to the glue factory. Murray is learning, adjusting to the pace of the NBA, playing alongside of young vets who look really assertive on offence right now, and also handling new defensive responsibilities. I somewhat agree that there could be value in letting him come off the bench and play with a little less pressure. But then we seem to have the unprecedented luxury of being able to give him reps with the starting line-up and be competitive regardless of the nature of his production.