Darius Morris

New Orleans Pelicans #9 - Guard

  • Born: 01/03/91
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 6'4"
  • Weight: 195
  • Seasons: 2011

Where Are They Now: Darius Morris

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Where are they now returns for a 4th summer, starting with point guard Darius Morris.

Spurs Summer League roster was the oldest in Las Vegas

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Despite the youth of the draft, the roster trended up with experienced players looking for new homes.

Spurs rookies show upside in lopsided 99-84 SL win over Memphis

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How did our 2019 first-rounders follow up their Salt Lake City debut?

Five Observations From Early Vegas Summer League Rosters

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Dakota Schmidt gives his five observations from the early Vegas Summer League rosters that have been released.

Dial 905: New-look Raptors keep the pace alive

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With a big league shake-up comes a G League shake-up, as new 905 members get a chance to shine.

Bruno Caboclo Is Finally Ready For The NBA

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Writer Dakota Schmidt breaks down RGV Vipers forward Bruno Caboclo’s on-court play and explains why he’s finally ready for the NBA.

Michigan NBA Alumni Update: Moe Wagner and others contributing in reserve roles

The Laker rookie scored a career high 12 points Sunday against the Wizards. Several other former Wolverines reached double figures last week, as well.

Report: Trevor Ariza will be made available as soon as possible

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Ariza is allowed to be traded starting Dec. 15 and Marc Stein reported he will be available immediately afterward.

Top 50 G League Players For 2018-19 Season: #30-#21

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Ridiculous Upside starts their countdown of the top 50 G League players for 2018-19 season by going from #30-#21

Top 50 G League Players For 2018-19 Season: #40-#31

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Ridiculous Upside starts their countdown of the top 50 G League players for 2018-19 season by going from #40-#31

Know Your Competition: The New Orleans Pelicans

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Pelicans could be a dark horse in the West

NBA Preseason Preview: New Orleans Pelicans look to rebound on second night of back-to-back against Trae Young and Atlanta Hawks

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The Pelicans could rest their stars in a meaningless game, but fans should be treated to plenty of shine from Elfrid Payton and possibly Trevon Bluiett.