When Marcus Morris saw the Knicks' schedule, he found it funny, one of those random coincidences you have to laugh at. His first game in the blue and orange will be against none other than the Spurs, the team he infamously spurned this offseason. “I just smiled,” he recalled on Sunday. He may not see many smiles Wednesday when the Knicks open in San Antonio and he isn't expecting any. The veteran 6-foot-9 forward knows he will not be treated nicely, especially after Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said his team was “blindsided” by Morris' change of heart and it was an “unfortunate situation that was handled unprofessionally on a couple different levels.” “If I was them, I'd boo me, too,” Morris said.
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