• After having platelet-rich plasma injection in his sore left knee on Saturday, Marcus Morris is feeling better but Brad Stevens doesn’t expect him to play in back-to-back games once he returns.

    “He probably won’t play every game, or obviously back-to-back games,” Stevens said. “A game, three days off, a game. Try it that way, and then progressing back to every other day. He won’t play back-to-backs for a while.” Morris’ knee soreness has sidelined him for 14 games. It was determined that he would not need surgery, but it seems that he will return with an “on-and-off schedule.” that puts a very low ceiling on his upside for the rest of the year. Jayson Tatum has been running a fantastic rookie campaign returning top-50 value for his owners and Morris’ limitations due to injuries will help him maintain this kind of value. 

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