According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Bullock and the Knicks are re-working the contract he agreed to, with both sides "motivated" to find a new deal.
To use the full $9.3 million midlevel exception on Morris, the Spurs traded forward Davis Bertans to the Washington Wizards and reworked an original two-year, $13M agreement with DeMarre Carroll to make it a three-year, $21 million contract.
Free agent forward Marcus Morris averaged 13.9 points and 6.1 rebounds with the Celtics last season.
There is optimism Marcus Morris and the San Antonio Spurs will finalize their contract, according to Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports. Clearly, the Knicks have made this spot a priority and continue to do so with potentially adding Morris, who can play either forward spot.
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The other piece to this somewhat odd puzzle is that the Knicks may have additional salary cap space because they are reworking their deal with free agent guard Reggie Bullock.
It's a tough break for the Knicks, who were primed for big things in free agency before Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving took their talents to Brooklyn.
In a brief conversation with ESPN, Bauman was complimentary of how the Knicks handled an emerging situation with Bullock, citing how accommodating ownership, front office and medical staff had been with the player's situation. Per Young, the Spurs are in danger of losing Morris.
There's a lot to be figured out with this situation, but if Morris does flip to the Knicks from the Spurs, it'd be a unique decision to evaluate.
The 2019 National Basketball Association free agency period opened a little over a week ago with a chaotic start.