Will he solidify a spot in Houston or is he done at the end of the season?
Considering he had absolutley no role last year and he's playing pretty decent so far I'd say he's sticking around, but who really knows what else the Rockets have up their sleaves, but I like their young core of Harden, Lin, Asik, Patterson, Jones, Morris, and possibly White eventually.
I think Houston should trade one of the following young players to aquire a decent veteran that can help them in the playoffs: Patterson, Morris, Jones or White. They have too many young players to develop and give playing time to. Better to trade them now while they still have "potential" rather than wait a year or two when they have just been sitting on the bench and have little to no trade value....
kevin mchale doesn't traditionally like rookies...that should speak volumes of chandler parsons who started last year as a rookie
He fouled out last night but he didn't get torched by LeBron. Based on what I have seen this season I think Morris will be seen as fringe starter in the NBA. Can anyone provide information that shows otherwise?
He can be a very good role player. He's been playing really hard this year and isn't scared or lost like he was last year. He's going at it every minute he's on the floor, that will only get you playing time.
He's got a great work ethic and he really excelled his So year in college as an energy guy. I think he can be very successful in that role in NBA. I think he can be a starter and 3rd option as his peak.
Based on my last post and what Morris has produced in his last couple of games I'm comfortable of going on record and saying this year he will establish himself as a solid rotation player. I will also say that he will out produce his brother like he did at Kansas.