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Tracy Murray Returns to UCLA Basketball Radio Broadcasts

After a year away, Murray returns to the job he had for seven seasons as the analyst on radio broadcasts for UCLA Basketball.

Tracy Murrary, against Southern Cal in 1992.
Tracy Murrary, against Southern Cal in 1992.
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When Darrick Martin took the head coaching job with the Reno Bighorns, the most logical person to replace Martin was the man he replaced: former Bruin Tracy Murray.

Today, UCLA announced that it will be Murray in the radio analyst’s chair for the Bruins when the season opens on November 11.

Murray served as UCLA’s radio analyst for men’s basketball games over the course of seven seasons from 2008-15. After spending last season as the shooting coach for the Los Angeles Lakers, Murray will once again be behind the mic for the Bruins.

Murray starred for the Bruins from 1990-92, helping lead the program to NCAA Tournament appearances in each of his three seasons. As a freshman, Murray guided UCLA to the Sweet 16 while as a junior, he led the Bruins to the Elite Eight.

He is currently ranked ninth on UCLA’s all-time scoring list with 1,792 points. He registered career averages of 18.3 points, 6.4 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.2 steals per game in 98 career contests at UCLA.

Go Bruins!