Consider Marcus Morris the finesse version of Markieff Morris. He's a bit lighter, a bit more skilled, but was ultimately needed less in the Suns rotation last season. With Channing Frye gone, there might be an opportunity for a forward who can step back beyond the arc this year. If that's the case, Morris could put his career 37 percent from three to better use. He made 1.2 threes a night in just 22 minutes per game last year, so if he sees more time, he'll knock more down in 2014. But with the uncertainty of the Suns' rotation as it stands, leave this Morris for the last rounds of Rotisserie drafts.