Clippers guard Darius Morris, left, drives to the basket past Charlotte's Jannero Pargo during Wednesday's loss to the Bobcats.
(Davis Turner / EPA / January 22, 2014)
The Clippers are back to making roster moves.
After the second of Darius Morris' 10-day contracts expired following the game against the Toronto Raptors on Saturday night, the Clippers decided not to sign the point guard for the rest of the season.
Morris is a free agent and can sign with any team he desires.
That now leaves the Clippers with a 14-man roster, clearing room for them to sign another player if they so choose.
Morris played in 22 games for the Clippers during his short stay with the team.
He averaged 4.1 points and 1.6 assists in 11.2 minutes per game.
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