Morris twins likely to live together despite playing for rival teams
The Morris twins could be getting right back to their old shenanigans again.
On Friday, LA Clippers forward Marcus Morris reacted to the news of twin brother Markieff planning to sign with the rival Los Angeles Lakers by saying that they are now likely going to be living together.
“If he goes to LA, then s— I’m gonna be in Staples Center all the time,” said Marcus, per ESPN’s Ohm Youngmisuk. “I think maybe to y’all it might be weird that I’m going to all his games but that’s what’ll probably happen. And we’ll probably get a house together.”
The identical twin brothers attended college together at the University of Kansas before both being selected with back-to-back first-round picks in the 2011 draft. Then in 2013, Marcus was traded to the Phoenix Suns, reuniting him with Markieff. However, Marcus was then shipped away to the Detroit Pistons in 2015, and they have played in different cities ever since.
The two brothers even share an agent, and now that they will probably be sharing a home too, hopefully they don’t leave any playbooks lying around.