The deal split Morris up from his twin brother Markieff after the two had signed extensions with Phoenix before last season.
The Detroit Pistons confirmed Thursday the team acquired three players in a trade with the Phoenix Suns.
The estate of former Detroit Pistons owner Bill Davidson has agreed to pay the Internal Revenue Service $388 million to settle the agency’s original claim for $2.8 billion.
Elected officials from both sides of the aisle in Michigan and a variety of sports teams in Detroit took to Twitter to celebrate the U.S. Women’s National Team’s World Cup victory.
Jackson was traded to the Pistons in February at the NBA trade deadline from the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for D.J. Augustin and Kyle Singler.
The Pistons — along with the Boston Celtics and New Orleans Pelicans — offered Harris a maximum contract before the restricted free agent decided to return to the Orlando Magic.
Joining draft picks Stanley Johnson and Darrun Hilliard will be second-year point guard Spencer Dinwiddie and roster hopeful Quincy Miller.
Reports have Marcus Morris, Reggie Bullock and Danny Granger being added to the roster as Detroit hands the Phoenix Suns a second-round draft pick in 2020.
Stein is also reporting that the deal could be worth up to $20 million.
Draymond Green is sticking with the Warriors – the deal is reportedly worth $85 million.