March 25, 2016, 8:53 pm
Marcus Morris continued his recent hot play by contributing 20 points, seven rebounds and three treys in the 112-105 victory over the Hornets on Friday.
Marcus did fail to contribute on the defensive side of the ball, as he didn’t record any steals or blocks, and also hung owners out to dry with 1-of-3 free throw shooting. Yet, he deserves a pass for this, as he was averaging over one steal and sprinkling in a few blocks in his last five games.
The return of Kentavious Caldwell-Pope would seemingly take away a few touches from Morris going forwarded, but it didn’t have any effect on his game vs. the Hornets. The distribution of shots between Caldwell-Pope (13 FGA) and Morris (14 FGA ) should be monitored going forward, but both should be owned in most 12 team leagues.