Marcus Morris

#13 SF / Detroit Pistons / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-9 Weight: 235 lb Age: 26 College: Kansas

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    Pistons' Marcus Morris: Scores 16 points in Saturday's loss

    Morris collected 16 points (6-11 FG, 1-6 3Pt, 3-6 FT), four assists, two rebounds, and a steal over 34 minutes in Saturday's 112-104 loss to the Pistons. Morris' three-point stroke has betrayed him of late, as he's connected on just 22.6 percent of his attempts over the past eight games. He's still managed to reach double figures in the points column in all but one of those contests, so if fantasy owners can stomach the forward's typically poor percentages, he offers relatively stable production.

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    Pistons' Marcus Morris: Scores 15 points in Wednesday loss

    Morris had 15 points (4-17 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 5-6 FT), seven rebounds and four assists in 36 minutes in a loss against the Celtics on Wednesday. Morris undoubtedly chucked up a ridiculous amount of shots, but that's because his team trailed for the entire game. Morris is still trying to find himself within this Pistons' offense, but he should be excelling more when given a favorable matchup like he had on Wednesday. Being in an offense that features Reggie Jackson and Andre Drummond, it'll be tough for Morris to make his presence felt, but don't give up on him just yet. Morris is able to get himself on the stat sheet in a multitude of ways.

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    Pistons' Marcus Morris: Tallies team-high 20 points in Saturday loss

    Morris tallied 20 points (7-10 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 3-4 FT), two rebounds, two assists and a steal over 33 minutes in Saturday's 104-101 loss to the Nuggets. The five-year pro bounced back from a forgettable four-point outing against the Pelicans on Thursday to post his fourth double-digit scoring performance over the last five games. It was also his second game with over 20 points in the last three contests, and some foul trouble likely prevented it from being an even bigger outing. Despite his occasional inconsistency on the scoring end, Morris has generally continued to provide solid rebounding and assist numbers.

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    Pistons' Marcus Morris: Scores 22 points on 10 shots

    Morris managed 22 points (6-10 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 6-6 FT), five rebounds, one assist, and one block in 37 minutes during the Pistons' 123-114 win over the Rockets on Wednesday. Morris continues to maintain solid averages in his first season with the Pistons. Over the five most recent games, he is delivering 14.4 points, 5.6 rebounds, three assists, 0.6 blocks, and 0.4 steals in 37 minutes per night. He has established himself as one of the top scorers on the team, and it seems unlikely that Morris' minutes will be reduced anytime soon if he can keep playing at anything close to this level.

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    Pistons' Marcus Morris: Scores 18 points in loss to Bulls

    Morris contributed 18 points (8-16 FG, 0-6 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, and one steal across 38 minutes in Monday's 111-101 loss to the Bulls. Morris has seen his point total climb in each successive game since returning four games ago from a knee injury that kept him out of a contest against the Nets back on Jan. 9. It appears coach Stan Van Gundy has no intention of curbing Morris' workload, as the small forward has played at least 38 minutes in each of the past three games.

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    Pistons' Marcus Morris: Back in the starting lineup Tuesday

    Morris (knee) is active and will be in the starting lineup for Tuesday's matchup with the Spurs, Pistons' radio voice Mark Champion reports. Morris missed Saturday's game against the Nets due to tendinitis in his left knee. After going through warmups Tuesday, he's been cleared for action and will return to the starting lineup. With Morris back in the lineup, look for Stanley Johnson to return to his normal bench role. So far this season, Morris is averaging 14.1 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.0 assists over 36.5 minutes per game.

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    Pistons' Marcus Morris: Game-time decision for Tuesday

    Morris (knee) will be a game-time decision for Tuesday's game against the Spurs, Keith Langlois of reports. Morris missed Saturday's win over the Nets due to tendinitis in his left knee that appeared to come out of the blue. He was also held out of Monday's practice due to his knee, but was able to go through the team's walk-through Tuesday morning. Morris is likely to wait and see how he feels during pregame warmups and then make a call.

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    Pistons' Marcus Morris: Did not practice Monday

    Morris (knee) was held out of practice Monday due to tendinitis in his left knee, Keith Langlois of reports. Morris missed Saturday's victory over the Nets after the sudden diagnosis of tendinitis in his knee. While he didn't practice Monday, head coach Stan Van Gundy is hopeful he will be able to take the court Tuesday against the Spurs. His status could likely come down to a game-time decision, factoring in how he looks in Tuesday's morning shootaround. If he is held out for his second game in a row, look for Stanley Johnson to grab the start at small forward.

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    Pistons' Marcus Morris: Out Saturday with left knee tendinitis

    Morris will miss Saturday's game against the Nets with left knee tendinitis, MLive's David Mayo reports. This injury came out of nowhere, as Morris had played 30-plus minutes in each of his last five games. Stanley Johnson will get the start, making him a very nice option in daily leagues. Morris' next chance to play will be Tuesday against the Spurs.

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    Pistons' Marcus Morris: Puts up 17 points on Knicks in Tuesday's loss

    Morris put up 17 points (7-16 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT) with four rebounds and two assists over 36 minutes in Tuesday's 108-96 loss to the Knicks. Morris was hot out the gate, but cooled off in the second half, scoring just four points after the break and going scoreless in the fourth quarter. His shot was off from distance, which is odd considering he's shooting over 50 percent from downtown in December. Morris will rarely double-digit assists or rebounds, which hurts his value in all formats unless his shot is on.

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