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Marcus Morris Threatens To Fight Fan On Twitter

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Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

Boston Celtics power forward Marcus Morris is showing that he’s not afraid to fight or argue with anyone, be that on the court, or on social media.

There has recently been a lot of discussions about whether Morris’ time on the court for the Celtics next season will be decreased, but if you ask Morris, there’s no question that there’s still plenty of minutes available for the power forward.

After sharing a post about himself online with the caption of ‘It’s always mins for a versatile bully!’, online haters hit back at him including someone labelling Morris as a ‘fake tough guy’.

Marcus Morris had no issue with giving it back to him, replying to him with the words ‘Try me’.

Gordon Hayward is looking to make a return to the Celtics at the start of the 2018-19 season, which will put question marks on how much time Morris will have on the court.

Morris is coming off a career-high average of 5.4 rebounds per game along with a handy average of 13.6 points and 1.3 assists per game for Boston. Judging by Morris’ comments online, it looks clear that he isn’t worried about his position within the team at all.

The Boston Celtics will be one of the leading favourites to be the team that advances through to the Finals with LeBron absent from the East for the first time in his career.