Outside superstar Kawhi Leonard, Marcus Morris is one of the top NBA free agents still on the market.

And it appears he's not short on suitors.

The Dallas Mavericks are "showing interest" in signing the former Boston Celtics forward in free agency and also are eyeing free-agent guard Danny Green, Mike Fisher of 247 Sports reported Tuesday.

Brad Townsend of the Dallas Morning News confirmed Fisher's report, but reported the Mavs may have to get in line for Morris.

Morris, who turns 30 in September, averaged 13.9 points and 6.1 rebounds per game for the Celtics last season while shooting a career-high 44.7 points per game. He also can defend multiple positions and would be a solid addition as a mid-level exception signing for any championship contender.

The Celtics agreed to deals with three big men in recent days, so it's unlikely Morris returns to Boston. But he'd be an intriguing fit for the Mavs, who are building around young stars Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis.

Morris likely will have to wait for Leonard to sign before landing a deal, but it sounds like there are several clubs ready to pounce.

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