Just over a month after the Phoenix Suns traded his brother, Markieff Morris also wants out.
Markieff Morris wants to dump the Phoenix Suns, just like the organisation parted ways with his brother, Marcus, in July.
The Suns have been accused of treating players like stocks, for better or worse, and now one of their biggest investments, Markieff, wants out.
One thing's for sure, I am not going to be there, he told Philly.com on Tuesday.
"I don"t give a f***. I am not going to be there at all. That"s just what it is.
Morris averaged 14.8 points and 6.2 rebounds per game last season, but was rumoured to be on the trading block when the Suns tried to clear cap space to sign LaMarcus Aldridge.
I"ve got to show up, no question," said Markieff, who could be suspended without pay should the Suns be unwilling to part ways.
"But it won"t get that far I"m going to be out before then. [I] should be.
The Suns gave Markieff and twin brother Marcus a joint contract extension 10 months ago, but then decided the extension was a bad idea and traded Marcus, Reggie Bullock and Danny Granger to the Detroit Pistons in a salary dump.
Now, Markieff wants to dump the Suns, upset with how the organisation handled his brother's trade.
"The GM, I"ve been there longer than him, the coaches, everybody," Markieff said.
The Suns may be willing to trade Markieff, who has caused problems for the franchise since being selected with the 13th overall pick in 2011.
Markieff and his brother face felony assault charges in a strange incident involving a man who purports to be their mentor but whom the twins claim not to know.
Markieff also criticised Suns fans for their support after a loss in February, while Marcus got into it with coach Jeff Hornacek on national TV.