The torn ACL suffered by San Antonio Spurs guard Dejounte Murray during Sunday's preseason game, confirmed by the Spurs Monday after Murray underwent an MRI, couldn't have come at a worse time. Not only does it end what looked like a possible breakout season for Murray before it even started, it also compromises San Antonio's depth at point guard as the organization bids for a 22nd-consecutive playoff appearance, which would tie the NBA's all-time record.
How will the Spurs replace Murray? And what impact might the injury have on his long-term development? Let's take a look.