Morris Agrees to Terms With Hawks

Randolph Morris has agreed to a two year deal with the Atlanta Hawks.
The former UK center will get an estimated 1.7 million dollars, which is the NBA's minimum salary.
Morris had spent two days in the Hawks' rookie and free agent camp. The Atlanta native played his first two pro seasons with the New York Knicks, averaging nearly three points and two rebounds a game in limited duty.
Morris played his junior season at Kentucky as a free agent. He had entered the 2005 NBA Draft, but was not selected and did not sign as an agent. Morris earned All-SEC honors as a Wildcat junior, averaging 16 points and eight rebounds a contest.