Marcus Morris Earns Much-Deserved Ejection In Knicks Preseason Debut


"If it was the regular season, I wouldn't have done it", Morris said.

Morris is expected to compete on the second team backing up starting NY forwards Kevin Knox and Julius Randle. According to a report from Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News, Morris faces a possible regular season suspension for his actions.

He shot a solid 6-of-13 (46.2%) from the field and went 2-of-6 (33.3%) from beyond the arc, while only contributing two turnovers to the team's 15 - impressive, considering the number of minutes he played. If that was regular season I wouldn't have done that.

Despite losing Morris early in the game, the Knicks defeated the Wizards 104-99. I've got to be smart, set a better example.

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"But like I said at the beginning, we're not taking any s-t".

The 30-year-old journeyman is playing with his sixth National Basketball Association team after signing a one-year deal for $15 million with the anonymous 2019-2020 Knicks. "So it is what it is".

Kevin Knox and Wayne Ellington added 12 points apiece for the Knicks and Julius Randle had 11 points, seven rebounds and seven assists.

Wizards star Bradley Beal, who was previously teammates with Marcus' twin brother Markieff, said he wasn't surprised by what happened. Morris told reporters afterward. "They play hard and they compete, and they're going to talk their fair share of trash, too". But you can expect that from the twins.