The Oklahoma City Thunder are adding depth to their forecourt as they gear up for the postseason, agreeing to a free-agent deal with forward Markieff Morris, reportedly.
Morris was supposedly picking between the Thunder, Lakers, Rockets and Raptors, among a few other interested teams.
Morris, 29, recently was traded by the Wizards to the Pelicans, and then was waived by New Orleans. He last played on Dec. 26 after suffering a neck injury. He recently was cleared to play after receiving a second opinion.
After waiving guard Alex Abrines last week, the Thunder had three roster spots open and have filled them with two 10-day contracts (Richard Solomon and Scotty Hopson) and now Morris.
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