Re: Randolph Morris signs with the Knicks.
That's actually a really good deal on both ends. At the very least Morris will get a ton of extra practice to work on his game. If he gets better, he can rake in the money in only 2 years, not 3 or 4.
If he stinks, it doesn't matter to the Knicks because they don't pay him lottery type money, and he's only on the payroll for a short time.
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