Anthony Morrow agrees to three-year, $10M deal with Thunder

Anthony Morrow joins the Thunder for cheap.  (USATSI)
Anthony Morrow joins the Thunder. (USATSI)

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Ken Berger of CBSSports.com confirms a report from the Oklahoman that wing shooter Anthony Morrow has agreed to a three-year, $10 million deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder

Morrow is the kind of knock down shooter they've been looking for. He's a career 43 percent three-point shooter, and shot 45 percent from three last season with New Orleans. The Thunder offense was heavily criticized for not having enough weapons around Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant on the perimeter. The question is defense. Morrow has long arms and gives good effort but had bad defensive instincts. He's also struggled to stay on the floor in five different stops with teams. Can he get along better with Scott Brooks and earn floor time? If he can, the Thunder's offense, already a juggernaut, could get better.

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