For Morris, 28, this year is huge in terms of how his basketball career will play out, his agent said. After being cut in January 2006 by the Orlando Magic, the NBA market had dried up.
"Step one was putting him in a good situation with a decent team in Europe where he could get some minutes," Kneisley said. "He parlayed that. Step two is doing well with Maccabi. They are a powerhouse team. People pay attention to big teams in the EuroLeague."
Step three is next year. Morris has just a one-year deal in the "high six figures" according to The Neustadt Group, so his play this year will dictate whether he goes backward or forward, whether he can make the jump back to the NBA or sign with Macabbi or another big-time European club. If he plays below expectations, he could find himself looking for a job again.
Friday, October 19, 2007
Terrence Morris Featured in the Baltimore Sun
Today's Baltimore Sun has a very good feature article about Terrence Morris (1997-2001). I posted back in July about Morris signing with Maccabi Tel Aviv. The Baltimore Sun piece talks about what this means for Terrence's career: