Over his last three contests, Morris is averaging 22.7 points on 13.7 field-goal attempts while shooting 68.3 percent from the field in 31.3 minutes per game. Obviously the shooting percentage will dip, in fact, he was only a 40.7 percent shooter last season, which is horrible for a power forward. However, the field-goal attempts will be there, and there's certainly no reason we can't expect him to improve from his second to his third season in the league. He has also averaged 9.0 rebounds per game over that three-game stretch, and even though he has yet to start a game, the minutes will be there, as Phoenix is p
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