Ronald "Flip" Murray (born July 29 1979 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is a professional basketball player in the NBA with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

He was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in the second round of the 2002 NBA Draft after playing collegiately at Shaw University. He has played for the Milwaukee Bucks, the Seattle SuperSonics, and the Cleveland Cavaliers. He was traded to the Cavaliers in February 2006 for Mike Wilks. He was originally meant to replace Larry Hughes until his recovery from a broken finger.

Flip acquired his nickname from his early love of gymnastics [1].


  • Selected to play in the 2004 got milk? Rookie Challenge
  • Hit game-winning shot at the buzzer in 89-87 victory at Minnesota on November 11 2003
  • Scored career-high 31 points on 11-23 shooting vs. Miami on November 18 2003
  • Scored 20 or more points in 10 of first 11 games of 2003-04 season, in absence of Ray Allen
  • Sonics 2003 opening-night starter at shooting guard
  • Led Sonics' 2003 summer-league team with 22.9 ppg
  • NCAA Division II Player of the Year his senior season at Shaw University

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