Free agent forward Marcus Morris may not be headed to San Antonio after all.
ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Morris is re-considering his deal to sign with the Spurs.
The deal was reportedly worth $20 million for two years.
According to Wojnarowski, Morris may sign with the New York Knicks instead.
Yahoo Sports NBA Insider Chris Haynes reported the Knicks are offering Morris a 1-year deal worth $15 million.
Morris going back on his deal would be a significant blow to the Spurs since they just traded Davis Bertans in an effort to open a roster spot for the forward.
Reporting with @MarcJSpearsESPN: Free agent Marcus Morris -- who committed to a two-year, $20M Spurs deal w/ player option -- is re-considering agreement. Morris is now considering a free agent deal with Knicks, who'll have additional cap space with reworking of Bullock deal.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 9, 2019