Markieff Morris starts fight with Archie Goodwin (Video)

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For Three: Suns Teammates Fight on Bench


The Phoenix Suns have been one of the worst teams in the NBA this season. They own the second worst record in the Western Conference and the third worst record overall with a 14-39 record entering February 10th. What's worse is that they have been one of the most dysfunctional teams in the league as well. That will likely leave to some offseason changes. It boiled over on Wednesday as forward Markieff Morris got into a fight with shooting guard Archie Goodwin.



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This fight will likely expedite Morris's inevitable departure from the Suns. Morris has been on the trading block since the summer and managed to lessen his trade value since then. He has spent most of the season coming in off the bench and sulking. That doesn't look good when the Suns are trying to trade him. This will make it even more difficult to trade him.

Markieff Morris has 11.3 points per game this season for the Suns. He also has 5.2 rebounds per game with 2.3 assists per game. Morris is making less than 40% of his shots in 24.5 minutes of playing time per game. His departure will be an ugly one thanks to moments like this.

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Markieff Morris starts fight with Archie Goodwin (Video)

T-24. Kevin Garnett, Minnesota Timberwolves

5 years (2004-2009), $100 million

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T-24. Shaquille O'Neal, Miami Heat

5 years (2005-2010), $100 million

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23. Michael Finley, Dallas Mavericks

7 years (2001-2008), $102,265,625​

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22. Jason Kidd, New Jersey Nets

6 years (2003-2009), $103,572,000​

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21. Alonzo Mourning, Miami Heat

7 years (1996-2003), $105,000,000​

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20. Juwon Howard, Washington Bullets

7 years (1996-2003), $105,375,000

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19. Shawn Kemp, Cleveland Cavaliers

7 years (1997-2004), $107,000,000

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18. Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat

6 years (2010-2016), $107,186,000

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17. Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers

5 years (2013-2018), $107,343,478

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T-14. LeBron James & Chris Bosh, Miami Heat

6 years (2010-2016), $109,837,500

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T-14. Kevin Love, Cleveland Cavaliers

5 years (2015–2020), $110,000,000

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T-14. Marc Gasol, Memphis Grizzlies

5 years (2015–2020), $110,000,000

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13. Gilbert Arenas, Washington Wizards

6 years (2008–2013) $111,000,000

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12. Chris Bosh, Miami Heat

5 years (2014–2019), $118,000,000

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T-10. Damian Lillard, Portland Trail Blazers

5 years (2016–2021), $120,000,000

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T-10. Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers

7 years (1996–2003), $120,000,000

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9. Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs

7 years (2003–2010), $122,007,704

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8. Chris Webber, Sacramento Kings

7 years (2001–2007), $122,718,750

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7. Joe Johnson, Atlanta Hawks

6 years (2010–2017), $123,658,089

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6. Carmelo Anthony, New York Knicks

5 years (2014-2019), $124,064,280

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T-4. Rashard Lewis, Orlando Magic

6 years (2007–2013), $126,000,000

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T-4. Kevin Garnett, Minnesota Timberwolves

6 years (1999–2005), $126,000,000

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3. Jermaine O'Neal, Indiana Pacers

7 years (2003–2010), $126,558,000

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2. Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers

7 years (2004–2011), $136,400,000

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1. Anthony Davis, New Orleans Pelicans

5 years (2016-2021), $145 million

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