Trail Blazers and Anthony Morrow Agree To Deal

Trail Blazers and Anthony Morrow Agree To Deal

Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN first reported the Briscoe agreement via Twitter on Wednesday.

Overall, Morrow played in 49 games and made seven starts, averaging 5.5 points in 14.6 minutes per contest. Lillard and McCollum both averaged over 20 points while Nurkic averaged over 10 rebounds per game. His most recent stint was with the Bulls, with whom he averaged 4.5 points per game on 41.4 percent shooting from the field and 42.9 percent from 3-point territory. Morrow then signed a multi-year contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder the next year before the Thunder traded him with Joffrey Lauvergne and Cameron Payne to the Chicago Bulls in exchange for Taj Gibson, Doug McDermott and a 2018 second round draft pick.

The Trail Blazers have already signed Archie Goodwin and Isaiah Briscoe to unguaranteed or lightly guaranteed deals and C.J.

Morrow can potentially replace Allen Crabbe's shooting ability. While he's likely the favorite to fill Portland's last remaining roster spot, it's clear that Morrow's defensive deficiencies are to blame for his jumping around the league. He is, as mentioned prior, simply trying out as Crabbe's replacement.

In addition, it's unclear if any of the aforementioned players are given the opportunity to remain with the team past the preseason.