An inspiration to his peers and many who have followed after him, Ronald "Flip Murray" is Philadelphia's own basketball legend. Growing up in the tough streets of North Philadelphia, Murray began wowing his teammates and spectators with his basketball skills at Strawberry Mansion High. After going through community college, Murray went on to play with Shaw University, in North Carolina, where he made huge impact. In his senior year, he won won National MVP award of al DII Colleges, and was 46th pick in the subsequent NBA draft.

Murray went on to play a successful 8 years in the NBA for Seattle Sonics, Cleveland Cavaliers, Detroit Pistons, Indiana Pacers, Atlanta Hawks, Charlotte Bobcats, and the Chicago Bulls. He was also the NBA D-League champion in 2012, and the NABC Division II Player of the Year in 2002.

In Philadelphia, otherwise referred to as "The GOAT".