Suns power forward Markieff Morris went from Player of the Week to funk of the week. It came to a head Friday night when he got blocked from behind by Charlotte guard Gerald Henderson when he was going up for a dunk in the second quarter. At that point, Morris had missed 16 of 17 shots over 3 1/2 games. “That definitely can’t happen,” Morris said. He might have rediscovered his rhythm in the second half of the Suns’ 98-91 win, making 4 of 9 shots for 11 points and seven rebounds after halftime. “For sure, I’m back,” he said. After scoring 91 points over four games, Morris had an eight-point game and then entered the 1-for-17 funk that included a game in which he did not take a shot. It started with an illness but his game did not get healthy as quickly as his body. When he did make some shots Friday, it started from the perimeter. “I just got to loosen up,” Morris said. “I had a talk with Coach and he said I have to get my swag back. When I got sick, I felt like I lost it a little bit. Tonight, I was out there for a while and I thank coach for just letting me play so I can find it. “The hardest thing in the league is to stay consistent. I’m working with that. We got the win. After losing four straight, that’s all that matters.”