Reggie Bullock and the New York Knicks agreed on a two-year, $ 21 million pact shortly after the freelance agency started last week. However, complications have arisen that destroy the plans of coveted striker Marcus Morris and the free agency of two teams.
Ian Begley of SportsNet New York reports that the Knicks are seeking to restructure their agreement with Bullock due to unspecified medical insecurity that the franchise has just learned. Originally Bullock was expected to get a player option for this deal in 2020/21. Now, the team is no longer sure whether it will be able to play a full season. Knicks has awarded Morris a $ 15 million one-year deal ( Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports ). However, Morris had previously signed a $ 20 million two-year deal with the San Antonio Spurs.
Morris, who was not unparalleled in his commitment to Spurs, would certainly be atypical. It's a decision that would be even more unpopular, considering that San Antonio has made a total exception for the 29-year-old former Celts.
The 26-year-old Spurs is unloaded Davis Bertans closed a deal with the Washington Wizards and renegotiated a contract with Free Agent DeMarre Carroll to afford Morris. When Morris signs with New York, San Antonio lost a spinoff in Bertans and tied up more years to a higher annual average than they had intended for the 33-year-old Carroll.
Morris' decision could come when the Knicks officially announce their new agreement with Bullock.