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Rockets forward Marcus Morris said he has not seen White for three days. "I think it's been three days," Morris said. "I haven't seen him today, yesterday and the day before. "That's my teammate. So anytime you haven't really heard from him or you haven't seen him you get some thoughts about him." FOX 26 Sports

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Former Kansas University and current NBA basketball player Marcus Morris has entered into a diversion agreement with prosecutors related to a February incident at a Lawrence nightclub. Morris, 22, currently a Houston Rockets player, received a misdemeanor battery citation in Lawrence Municipal Court. Police said early on Feb. 26 a male employee of The Cave, 1200 Oread Ave., alleged he was punched by a man after a verbal dispute turned physical. It was also alleged that another man punched the employee from behind, police said at the time. Lawrence Journal-World

March 27, 2012 Updates

AND 1 has announced the signing of NBA rookies and twin brothers Marcus and Markieff Morris to 3-year endorsement deals. After starring together at Kansas, the Morris twins were selected with back-to-back picks in the 2011 NBA Draft—Markieff by the Phoenix Suns at No. 13 and Marcus next to the Houston Rockets. SLAM

February 28, 2012 Updates

Marcus Morris, a former KU standout who currently plays for the Houston Rockets, was cited for misdemeanor battery early Sunday in Lawrence, city prosecutor Jerry Little told the Lawrence Journal-World on Monday. Kim Murphree of the Lawrence Police Department told The Star that police were called at 2:37 a.m. Sunday to The Cave, a nightclub at The Oread, a hotel near the KU campus. She said a male employee alleged he was punched by another man after an argument and that it was also alleged another man punched the employee from behind. Kansas City Star

February 6, 2012 Updates

And Morris, 22, is in the unique situation of having a twin brother, Markieff, who plays 20 minutes a night as part of the rotation in Phoenix. It had been generally understood that Marcus is the better player of the two brothers who until this season had always been on the same team. "I feel his pain," Markieff said. "To have his talent and be the type guy he is and not to even get a shot to play, I know he's hurting right now because of that. "He's got fire in his heart right now and in his stomach. He's going to destroy the D-League, like he did last time." Houston Chronicle

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