Morris averaged 9.0 points on just 36.6 percent shooting in nine games since the All-Star break.
The Clippers acquired Morris from New York before the deadline, but he was somewhat of a disappointment prior to the suspension of the season. Morris scored in double-digits in five of his first six games with the Clippers, but over his last six games, he shot just 33.3 percent from the field, including 20.7 percent from beyond the arc (4.8 3PA/G). In a high-profile loss to the Lakers on Mar. 8, Morris scored just one point on 0-of-9 shooting in 29 minutes.
Morris racked up 18 points (6-14 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, three assists and one block in 30 minutes during Wednesday's 102-92 win at Phoenix.
Morris hasn't missed a beat since joining the Clippers and quickly secured a starting role in Doc Rivers' scheme. The veteran power forward, who was acquired from the Knicks via trade earlier this month, has started all six of his games with the Clippers so far and has scored in double digits in five of those contests. He is averaging 11.7 points and 4.2 rebounds in 30.8 minutes per game as a Clipper thus far.
Morris totaled 13 points (5-11 Fg, 2-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), two assists, one rebound, one steal and one block in 24 minutes during Monday's 124-97 victory over Memphis.
Morris managed to contribute despite the return of both Paul George and Patrick Beverley, though he didn't exactly fill up the stat sheet. With the Clippers back to full strength, Morris is likely to fade out of standard-league consideration. Still, he could see boosts from time to time when the team's main pieces receive rest days.
Morris collected 10 points (4-8 FG, 2-6 3Pt), eight rebounds, two assists and two blocks in 41 minutes in Thursday's 141-133 double overtime loss versus the Celtics.
Morris started in this game and played huge minutes with Patrick Beverley (groin) out and Paul George (hamstring) exiting after only 14 minutes of action. His usage has seen a dramatic dip since being traded to the Clippers, but Morris is still worth a start in most season-long formats, especially if George misses any time due to the new hamstring injury. The former Knick would have to play big minutes and would be a nightly double-double threat.
Morris posted 13 points (5-12 FG, 3-6 3Pt), five rebounds, one assist and one block across 35 minutes Tuesday in the Clippers' 110-103 loss to the 76ers.
Playing time wasn't an issue for Morris despite both Kawhi Leonard and Paul George suiting up in the loss, but the 30-year-old's usage predictably suffered while he shared the court with the two superstars. It's clear that Morris won't get the sort of opportunity he received with a rudderless Knicks squad earlier this season, but if he can replicate this sort of line on a regular basis, he'll at least keep himself relevant in 12-team leagues.
Morris ended with 10 points (5-12 FG, 0-4 3Pt), four rebounds, three steals and two assists in 22 minutes during Sunday's 133-92 victory over the Cavaliers.
Morris made his debut as the Clippers routed the hapless Cavaliers. Morris' playing time was limited as a result of the lopsided scoreline, so getting a full read on his role moving forward was tough. His value is almost certain to take a hit in Los Angeles, although he could still have back-end 12-team value. He is probably worth holding in most cases to see how things play out over the next few games.
Morris doesn't appear on the Clippers' injury report and should be available to make his team debut Sunday versus the Cavaliers, Jovan Buha of The Athletic reports.
While it remains unclear if Morris will enter the starting five in his first game with the Clippers, he could be in store for a high-minute role right away as Los Angeles looks to compensate for the absences of Kawhi Leonard (knee) and Patrick Beverley (groin). Leonard at the very least should be ready to play in the Clippers' next game Tuesday in Philadelphia, so Morris should be in store for a considerable downturn from the career-high 23.7 usage rate he held with the Knicks this season. Morris probably won't be much more than a secondary option whenever he's on the floor with Los Angeles, as Leonard, Paul George and Lou Williams all look to be higher-priority offensive weapons for the Clippers.
Morris (not injury related) will not make his Clippers debut Saturday against the Timberwolves, Mirjam Swanson of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
The Clippers' end of the trade is still pending, so Morris will be unable to suit up Saturday. He'll likely end up making his team debut Sunday against the Cavaliers.
The Knicks agreed Thursday to trade Morris to the Clippers in exchange for Maurice Harkless and a future first-round pick, Shams Charania of Stadium reports.
Earlier this week, the Knicks appeared to be leaning toward retaining Morris and working out an extension with him, but the team seemingly changed its stance after firing team president Steve Mills on Tuesday. Morris had enjoyed a career-best season for New York, averaging 19.6 points, 5.4 rebounds, 2.7 three-pointers, 1.4 assists and 0.8 steals in 32.3 minutes while converting at an impressive 43.9 percent clip from distance. He may not notice much of a reduction in playing time as he heads West, but expect Morris' usage rate -- and his overall fantasy value -- to drop precipitously while he takes more of a back seat on offense to the likes of Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, Montrezl Harrell and Lou Williams. Morris could be ready to debut for his new team in the Clippers' next game Saturday at Minnesota.
Morris scored 26 points (8-15 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 8-8 FT) while adding two rebounds and an assist in 36 minutes during Monday's 139-134 overtime win over the Cavaliers.
Despite a stomach bug that had him listed as questionable coming into the contest, Morris led the Knicks in scoring, although the rest of his line was fairly empty. If the team is thinking about moving him at the trade deadline, Morris is doing everything he can to boost his market value, scoring at least 20 points in seven of his last nine games and at least 17 in each of his last 10.
Morris (illness) is available Monday against the Cavaliers.
Morris is battling an undisclosed illness, though it won't keep him from taking the court Monday. Over his past five games, Morris is averaging 22.0 points and 6.0 rebounds in 33.4 minutes.
Morris is questionable for Monday's game against Cleveland due to an illness, Chris Iseman of The Bergen Record reports.
Morris could miss Monday's game after picking up an illness over the weekend. If he's held out, Kevin Knox would presumably move into the starting five, while Damyean Dotson could see a boost in run off the bench.
Morris scored 28 points (10-21 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 5-6 FT), while adding six rebounds and a steal in 35 minutes, as the Knicks shocked the Pacers 92-85.
Morris was a key part of the upset victory, matching the game-high in minutes played and having one of his best scoring nights of the season. He's been locked in as a top-15 asset at the small forward position all season and that is unlikely to change barring a drastic Knicks' roster shakeup at the deadline.
Morris scored 23 points (9-20 FG, 4-13 3Pt, 1-2 FT) and added four rebounds, one assist and one steal in 35 minutes during Tuesday's 97-92 loss to Charlotte.
Morris took a season-high 13 attempts from three-point range but only made four of them. Nevertheless, his 19.3 points per game this season are currently blowing away his career mark.
Morris tallied 20 points (9-18 FG, 1-4 3PT, 2-4 FT), four rebounds, a steal and a block in 34 minutes during Sunday's 110-97 win over the Nets.
Morris continues to play at a high level; he hasn't skipped a beat since missing five straight contests earlier this month. Since returning from injury, Morris is averaging 19.7 points and 5.3 rebounds per game. He should remain one of New York's main offensive threats heading into Tuesday's matchup at Charlotte.
Morris tallied 21 points (7-15 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 4-5 FT), 10 rebounds and two assists across 37 minutes in Friday's 118-112 loss to the Raptors.
It was only the 30-year-old's third double-double of the season, the last of which came on Dec. 11. The performance is part of a continuing success streak, where the former Kansas product has averaged 20 points and shot 46.9 percent in his last four games. Morris is next in line for a Sunday home matchup against the Nets, who he previously dominated for 26 points the last time the Knicks hosted Brooklyn.
Morris had 20 points (7-16 FG, 4-9 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds and an assist in 37 minutes during the Knicks' 100-92 loss to the Lakers on Wednesday night.
Morris and the Knicks hung around against the dominant Lakers, entering halftime tied at 48. That figure as well as just 20 representing the team-high were symbolic of what was a relatively dull offensive affair. Morris is arguably the only consistent source of offense in New York at the moment, fueling his status as a productive contributor.
Morris (ankle) is available to play Wednesday against the Lakers.
Morris sprained his ankle earlier in the week but will play through the issue Wednesday. Over his past three games, Morris is averaging 18.7 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 33.0 minutes.
Morris is questionable for Wednesday's game against the Lakers due to a sprained right ankle.
Morris turned in a solid showing Monday against the Cavs, putting up 19 points in 30 minutes of action, but he's evidently banged up following the contest. How he fares in morning shootaround and pregame activities should determine his availability for Wednesday's clash.
Morris totaled 17 points (4-11 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 7-10 FT), three rebounds, one assist and one steal in 33 minutes during Thursday's 121-98 loss to the Suns.
Morris returned to the lineup following a five-game absence with a neck injury and immediately saw the second-most minutes on the team in this one. While it remains a possibility that he'll be dealt before the trade deadline and thus potentially see his fantasy value decline some, Morris is sporting career highs in scoring, treys and blocks while connecting on a career-best 46.7 percent from beyond the arc.
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