Former Kentucky Wildcats big man Randolph Morris went undrafted in 2005. Two years later Morris signed with and played a single season for the New York Knicks. He then moved on to the Atlanta Hawks for a two-year stint before shifting to overseas for an eight-year career.
Back in February of this year, Morris was charged with three counts of wire fraud and eight counts of making false statements. ‘Twas believed that Morris failed to report $13 million of which he made playing overseas from 2010-2017.
However, a grand jury acquitted Morris Thursday morning from these charges. Needless to say, Morris will sleep a lot better tonight knowing the charges have been officially dropped.
More information on evidence from the trial can be found here.
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