THE New York Knicks continued to settle for the best available talent after losing out on the top free agents this NBA offseason.
The Knicks have signed Reggie Bullock and Marcus Morris, who join their free-agent acquisitions in Julius Randle, Elfrid Payton, Taj Gibson Wayne Ellington, and Bobby Portis after they missed out on Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, among other superstars.
Shams Charania of The Athletic reported the development late Tuesday, Manila time.
Sources: Marcus Morris has also signed his one-year, $15M contract with the Knicks. https://t.co/DFLA8t8ovN— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 16, 2019
Bullock split his time with Detroit Pistons and the Los Angeles Lakers last season where the sixth-year shooting guard averaged 11.3 points on 37.7-percent shooting from deep, on top of 2.7 boards, and 2 assists in almost 30 minutes per game.
Morris, on the other hand, averaged 13.9 points, 6.9 rebounds, and 1.5 assists in 27.9 minutes last season for the Boston Celtics. The versatile forward was supposed to sign with the San Antonio Spurs, but backed out from a two-year $20-million contract to sign with the Knicks for one year and $15M.