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Sources: Marcus Morris Expected to Avoid Suspension after Flagrant 2 Ejection

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According to an industry official, it does not appear new Knicks forward Marcus Morris will receive a suspension after his Flagrant 2 ejection in Monday’s preseason opener for batting a ball in the face of Wizards forward Justin Anderson.

Hence the Knicks’ new starting small forward is primed for his date in San Antonio for the season opener Oct 23. The game has intrigue since Morris reneged on a Spurs deal in July.

All Flagrant 2’s are reviewed by the NBA to determine if a suspension is warranted. The league apparently decided Morris’ maneuvers were without intent to harm.

Source: Marc Berman of the New York Post

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Report: Celtics, Hornets Agree to Gordon Hayward Sign-and-Trade

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We have traded Gordon Hayward and 2 future second round draft picks to the @hornets in exchange for a conditional future second round draft pick. The sign-and-trade agreement also creates a trade exception for Boston.

Source: Boston Celtics on Twitter

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Sources: Hornets to Waive Nic Batum, Expected to Sign with Clippers

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The Charlotte Hornets are waiving forward Nicolas Batum, sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium.


Nicolas Batum plans to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers after he clears waivers, sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium.

Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

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Sources: Glenn Robinson III, Kings Agree to Deal

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Glenn Robinson III and the Sacramento Kings have agreed to a deal, a league source told @hoopshype.

Source: Michael Scotto on Twitter

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