Morris tallied 19 points (8-10 FG, 3-3 3Pt), six rebounds, three assists, three blocks and one steal across 30 minutes in Friday's 119-82 preseason win over the Raptors.
Morris' multi-category appeal was put on full display Friday, though this likely represents the higher end of what he'll produce most nights during the regular season. Even in a secondary scoring role behind the likes of John Wall and Bradley Beal, Morris still holds value in most shallower fantasy formats, and the promise of consistent playing time in 2016-17 after a controversy-marred stint with the Suns in the first half of last season should help him deliver better all-around value.
Morris (foot) returned to the lineup Saturday against the Kings, supplying eight points (3-8 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, one assist and one steal across 15 minutes in the Wizards' 124-119 preseason loss.
Morris had missed the Wizards' last two games due to a sore foot, but reclaimed his spot in the lineup Saturday and received some limited run. He's expected to be ready to take on a full workload by the time the regular season arrives, and he should offer some decent multi-category production that should prove valuable for those in mid-sized or deeper leagues.
Morris (foot) is expected to take the court in Saturday's preseason matchup with the Kings.
Morris was a late scratch from Thursday's game against 76ers after it was announced earlier in the day that he was expected to play. The Wizards likely want to ensure their starting power forward's health heading into the regular season, so his addition to the lineup Saturday is reason to be optimistic.
Morris (foot) was a late scratch from Thursday's game against the Sixers, Candace Buckner of the Washington Post reports.
Morris has dealt with a foot injury recently, but was slated to return to the lineup on Thursday. However, after going through warmups, the Wizards opted to hold him out, so he'll miss a second consecutive game. Look for Jason Smith and Andrew Nicholson to pick up some additional minutes at power forward.
Morris (foot) will play in Thursday's preseason game against the Sixers, J. Michael of CSN Mid-Atlantic reports.
Morris was ruled out of the Wizards' matchup with the Knicks earlier this week because of a sore foot, but after logging a limited practice Wednesday without suffering any setbacks, he'll be good to go Thursday. Coach Scott Brooks will likely keep his minutes restricted in his first game back, so he may be a player to avoid in DFS contests for the time being. He'll open the regular season as the team's starting power forward.
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