44 Terrence Morris

Terence Morris - YMCA Sports Hall of Fame - 2018

Terence Morris three-pointers in Cameron Indoor Stadium

Cameron Indoor Stadium, February 9, 2000. Duke has won 31 straight home games. The game is tied at 83. Terence Morris hits two three-pointers, Nate James calls time out and Coach K gets mad.

Terence Morris-"Superman"

Terence Morris is January MVP

Maccabi Elite forward named the January MVP

Born in Frederick, Terence attended Governor Thomas Johnson High School, where he starred in basketball, leading the Patriots to the Maryland State 3A title in 1997. The 6-ft 9-in forward then had an outstanding four years playing for the University of Maryland, and during his senior season, helped the Terps make the NCAA Final Four. Terence was selected in the second round of the 2001 NBA draft by the Atlanta Hawks; played in 2001–2003 for the Houston Rockets; and in 2005–2006 for the Orlando Magic. Later, he continued his professional career in Europe, winning All-EuroLeague first team honors in 2008. His Maccabi Tel Aviv team made the EuroLeague finals in 2008 and he was named MVP. He was a member of FC Barcelona when they won the EuroLeague Championship in 2010. High School, College, and Professional European and NBA Basketball Star Morris was hailed as one of the best prospects in all of college basketball after his sophomore season in 1998–99. But while the consensus was that he would have been a Top-5 pick in the 1999 NBA draft had he left school after that year along with teammate Steve Francis, Morris instead opted to return to Maryland for his junior and senior seasons, and his draft stock dropped after two less individually successful campaigns. Morris helped play Maryland to the first Final Four in school history during the 2001 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament to cap his senior season.

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44
Name
Terrence Morris
Nationality
United States
Position
C
Nickname
T-Mo
College
Maryland
Height
6'9"
Awards
MVP WEDUCLSU19
Current Team
Oreos
Past Teams
And 1
Leagues
WEDNESDAY UCL
Seasons
2019, Fall, Spring, Summer, 2018, Spring, Summer, Winter

WEDNESDAY UCL

SeasonTeamPTSFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBASTSTLBLKTOPFTFPMCHGGEFFGRPGAPGSPGBPGPPGNBA EFFNBA EFF-QRPG-QAPG-QSPG-QBLK-QPPG-Q
FallOreos76304173.1761154.55101662.50103423213220580138314.77.70.74.325.346.330.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
SummerOreos125395373.5813.6672652.57141687.504503321084125815269.05.50.31.720.833.3342.8339.0005.5000.33310.00020.833
2018Oreos76304173.1761154.55101662.50103423213220580138411.05.80.53.319.034.7543.75011.0005.7500.50013.00019.000
SummerOreos00000000000000000000010.00.00.00.00.00.000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
Total-2779913573.4025.6674853.15344875.00241187963612811418428149.85.60.42.320.1114.4186.5832011.250.8332339.833

Career Total

SeasonPTSFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBASTSTLBLKTOPFTFPMCHGGEFFGRPGAPGSPGBPGPPGNBA EFFNBA EFF-QRPG-QAPG-QSPG-QBLK-QPPG-Q
2019125395373.5813.6672652.57141687.504503321084125815269.05.50.31.720.833.3342.8339.0005.5000.33310.00020.833
201876304173.1761154.55101662.50103423213220580138411.05.80.53.319.034.7543.75011.0005.7500.50013.00019.000
Total201699473.4019.6673753.15243275.001484564231061838290109.85.60.42.320.168.0886.5832011.250.8332339.833

Results

WEDNESDAY UCL
Summer
HTC CT 1 | Stream Channel: FB RTE Sports Houston

WEDNESDAY UCL
Summer
HTC CT 2 | Stream Channel: FB RTESportsTV

WEDNESDAY UCL
Summer
HTC CT 2 | Stream Channel: FB RTESportsTV

WEDNESDAY UCL
2019
HTC CT 1 | Stream Channel: FB RTE Sports Houston

WEDNESDAY UCL
2019
HTC CT 1 | Stream Channel: FB RTE Sports Houston

WEDNESDAY UCL
2019
HTC CT 1 | Stream Channel: FB RTE Sports Houston

WEDNESDAY UCL
Fall
FLC GYM

WEDNESDAY UCL
Fall
FLC GYM

WEDNESDAY UCL
Fall
FLC GYM

Ballers Division
Summer
MI3