Marcus Morris solid in exchange for a watch on Knicks ‘fate Three weeks before the February 6 exchange deadline, Knicks’ top scorer, and perhaps the most marketable token, returned to the initial lineup.
Marcus Morris returned to Phoenix on Thursday night with an injured head in the previous five games, but his 17 points helped avoid the seventh-time 121-98 Knicks defeat against the Sands in eight games It was not enough.
“My body was really nice. It took me some time,” Morris said. I’ve had several great as well as good successes with the physics team over the last few weeks. I’ve fixed it a bit, but it’s okay. If that’s a problem, I’m not there.” To clipper
When he lost on January 5 and was first injured, Morris didn’t think the injury was serious, but a nine-year NBA veteran was out ten days. Knicks has nine games left by the deadline to make a decision on Morris, who signed a $ 15 million one-year contract last summer. “It’s not my job. My primary job is to go out as well as play basketball.
They’re doing the above, that’s what they do,” Morris said about Business Talk. My primary job is to keep these young people leading, humanizing, and improving myself. Third-year guard Frank Ntilikina
After losing two games due to a trauma injury, he returned with his uniform. He scored 2 points for 1 to 7 shots with 6 assists in 24 minutes from the bench. Knicks’ first-round selection in 2017 was lost for about six weeks with similar injuries last season but claimed that his current illness severity did not compare to what he left last year.
Striker Kenny Ooten, who signed a two-way contract with the Knicks League G-List earlier this week, was out of the team despite training with Knicks on Wednesday. He will play in Westchester on Saturday, said Mike Miller.
Reggie block (neck pain) could not be played. Knicks celebrates Pride Night at the Garden, and Bullock has been a prominent NBA activist in the LGBTQ community since transgender sister Mia Henderson was stabbed in 2014.