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Despite Kevin McHale declaring he’d be “shocked” if the Rockets made a move before Thursday’s 3:00 PM deadline, the team is holding Marcus Morris out from Wednesday night’s game vs. OKC as they currently decide between two deals that will have them part ways with the 2nd year power forward.
Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle confirmed the upcoming move, first reported by Marc Stein of ESPN.
Morris averages 8.6 points and 4.1 rebounds off the bench. This will mark the fifth consecutive year that Rockets GM, Daryl Morey has made a move at the deadline.
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The Suns have acquired Marcus Morris from the Rockets for a future second round pick.
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HOUSTON -- Thomas Robinson is in,while Marcus Morrisand Patrick Patterson areout in Houston, as part of a reported three-way deal that also involved the Phoenix Suns and Sacramento Kings.
The move reunites twin brothers Marcus and Markieff Morris in Phoenix, and Marcus was swapped for Robinson, his former teammate at Kansas. Houston also sentPatterson, Toney Douglas and Cole Aldrich...
Matt Moore of CBS Sports is reporting that the Houston Rockets have acquired the 2012 NBA Draft’s fifth overall pick, Thomas Robinson, in a six-player trade. The entire trade was Robinson, Francisco Garcia and Tyler Honeycutt and a second-round pick for forward Patrick Patterson, center Cole Aldrich, Toney Douglas, and cash. This is the first big move as we approach the deadline...
The Houston Rockets ended up beating the Oklahoma City Thunder by 3 points. James Harden finished with 46 points on 14-of-19 shooting and this half court ‘shot’ to end the third quarter. It was a half-court shot as Harden pulled up and squared to the basket. Cold blooded shot and game against his former team.
The Houston Rockets faced off against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night. Former Thunder star James Harden had an outstanding game scoring a career high 46 points including seven-3-pointers and this buzzer beating half court shot.
The Rockets were playing short handed after discovering Less than 30 minutes before tip-off, that the Rockets traded Cole Aldrich, Toney Douglas...
After selecting Thomas Robinson with the No. 5 overall pick in the 2012 draft, the Sacramento Kings already have him on the move., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/kings-deal-away-no-5-pick-robinson-to-rockets
For the seeming bargain of a second-round pick, the Phoenix Suns acquired the most improved power forward in the league on NBA Trade Deadline Eve. The subsequent positional redundancy could portend something more interesting moving forward.
According to hoopsstats.com, Marcus Morris checks in as the most improved power forward in the NBA this year. Despite this improvement in his...
The Suns released rookie, Luke Zeller, Thursday to create a roster spot for second-year forward, Marcus Morris, whom the Suns acquired in a trade with Houston Wednesday.
Phoenix traded a second-round pick in exchange for Marcus Morris, who will now join his twin brother, Markieff, on the Suns.
The first domino of the trade deadline fell Wednesday night when the Sacramento Kings, Phoenix Suns and Houston Rockets completed a three team trade that sent Marcus Morris from the Rockets to Suns, Patrick Patterson, Cole Aldrich and Toney Douglas to the Kings and Thomas Robinson, Francisco Garcia and Tyler Honeycutt to the Rockets. Houston also gets a couple of second round picks...