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The Morris brothers got a spot in the NBA, at least for next season. Markus and Marchiff have signed new contracts with their teams, although they are very different from each other. The Clippers gave Marcus $64 million to keep him for the next four years, while Marchiff was unlucky enough to accept a minimal veteran agreement with the Los Angeles Lakers.
For them it is a very contrasting period between the seasons as far as individual contracts are concerned, but this should not be a problem for their twin brothers. Already in 2014 Phoenix Sans had reached a very interesting agreement with his brothers. It was a pretty good deal, and it didn’t take them long to accept it.
Through AZ headquarters:
Because the lives of the twins were so closely intertwined with those of the basketball club, Lon Bubby, president of the Suns’ basketball operations, negotiated a total of $52 million for the Morris twins with his agent Leon Rose for the first time in four years.
Bubby went to their house to clarify how the money was to be distributed. Markiff, who is expected to fill some of the void left by Channing Fry’s departure, received $32 million over four years. Fry also signed a $32 million four-year contract with Orlando.
Markus has received $20 million in four years. The contract extension will start next year. Markiff and Markus are playing this season as part of their newcomer contracts – $3.15 and $3.11 million respectively.
The amazing thing is that no matter how you get a bigger order, the money is split between them. Turns out they have the same bank account.
That part wasn’t really theirs. It all happens in the same household – and even in the same bank account, where they coexist at work and at home.
It doesn’t matter if I get $5 million and Mook (Marcus) gets $8 million, Marchiff said. We said it wasn’t important. If they only bet $13 million a year on the Morris twins, that would be great. You don’t even have to mention our names.
We’re a $52 million player.
Six years later, nothing has changed for the players, and even after signing totally different contracts, they don’t worry. However, Marcus wanted his older brother to bring more money, as he wrote after the extension of his contract with the Clippers.
These 64 will look very nice on this joint account. Double @ Kefmorris
– Markus Morris (@MookMorris2) 23. November 2020
Now they have to fight again in the battle of Los Angeles, and Markiff has already promised his brother that he won’t bring any money, but a second ring.
You’d better believe it’s a double forest! Ima gets the second chip, and it lights up!
– Kif Morris (@Keefmorris) 23. November 2020.
The Lakers and Clippers are expected in the next season, so we will finally see the game the Clippers took from us last season.
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