Steal, credited to defender who deflects the ball away from opponent

“A steal is credited to a player that legally takes the ball away from an opponent, intercepts a pass, or otherwise obtains possession on the ball following an opponent’s turnover (provided the ball has remained inbounds and the clock has not stopped). If a player deflects a pass or dribble and controls his deflection either away from an opponent or towards a teammate resulting in eventual possession for the defense, the player causing the deflection is credited with the steal. On this play, #11 in blue, Monte Morris, is credited with the steal since he deflected the pass in a controlled manner away from the opponent (even though Morris did not control the ball).”