San Antonio Spurs star Dejounte Murray shared a heartwarming moment with his brother after he graduated from high school Sunday.
Murray, who didn’t play during the 2018-19 season because of a knee injury, surprised his brother Nate with a brand new purple Dodge Challenger. It is his brother’s first car.
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Murray tweeted the video of his brother’s reaction to the moment.
“THANK YOU GOD For Putting Me In This Position. I’m Lost For Words But More Importantly I’m A Proud Big Brother. This What Making Honor Roll With A GPA 3.8 And Being The Most Respectful Young Man Get You!” he wrote in a tweet.
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Murray also explained in an Instagram post that his brother was having a hard time in Seattle and asked to move in with him in San Antonio. Murray said he took him in and became a father figure to his brother.
Murray’s brother thanked him in his own Instagram post.
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“All my life I wanted to be just like you I copied your mannerisms, your style, your everything nothing meant more to me than us having an unbreakable bond! I thank you so much for taking me in with you and helping raise me to be a strong, independent, wise and God loving Man,” Murray’s brother wrote.