Published: Wed, July 10, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Morris may back out of Spurs deal to sign with Knicks

Morris may back out of Spurs deal to sign with Knicks

According to Wojnarowski, Morris may sign with the New York Knicks instead.

The cap space for a potential Morris deal came about after Bullock's health made his recently-agreed-to two-year, $21 million deal less attractive to NY after it was determined he may miss much of the 2018-19 National Basketball Association season.

It's also worth noting that the Knicks appear to be in the process of re-working the deal which was agreed to with Reggie Bullock.

ESPN reported on Tuesday that Morris is considering backing out of his agreement with the Spurs to sign with the New York Knicks.

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Morris' agreement with the Spurs includes a player option, but the Knicks suddenly have the salary cap space to make him a more substantial first-year offer on a deal, league sources said.

It appears a big decision could be on the horizon for former Boston Celtics forward Marcus Morris. Clearly, the Knicks have made this spot a priority and continue to do so with potentially adding Morris, who can play either forward spot.

The Spurs' reported signing of Marcus Morris was going to give them an extremely deep wing rotation after they struggled in that area of their roster last season, but now they could miss out on Morris and lose an important piece in Bertans while continuing to sit on an unused mid-level exception. Several marquee free agents have already departed from their current teams, including two-time Finals MVP Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, who are both taking their talents to Brooklyn. The Spurs' seemingly shrewd offseason could totally crumble if they end up losing Marcus Morris to NY. Per Young, the Spurs are in danger of losing Morris.

The 2019 National Basketball Association free agency period opened a little over a week ago with a chaotic start.

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