The Portland Trailblazers brought local hero and former Gonzaga star, Adam Morrison to training camp, but he was cut before the season. Morrison stated that if he did not make the team he would retire, but the Trailblazers would be smart to sign him to a ten day contract.
Not only would bringing him in bring interest and intrigue to the team, but he could actually help the team...
Adam Morrison won America’s heart while playing for college basketball’s perennial Cinderella, Gonzaga. Unfortunately, he has not had the same effect on NBA general managers, and he is now without basketball-related employment.
With no NBA team in need — or want — of his services, Morrison is going back on his original statement that he would retire if he did not make the...
Adam Morrison will look to make the roster for Portland this season.credit: http://sportsnstats.com
It doesn’t seem like that long ago that Adam Morrison was one of the faces of college basketball at Gonzaga. The number 3 overall pick in the 2006 Draft never really had much of an impact in the league, joining the many college players who struggle to find their place in the NBA...
The Trail Blazers have signed Adam Morrison, Demonte Harper and Dallas Lauderdale.
September 21, 2012
To answer the question in my headline... no, probably not.
...... and I would love to end the piece there. Wouldn't that be great?
By now we all understand that Adam Morrison is never going to live up to "third overall pick" status. That was made pretty clear, pretty quickly. Now Morrison is looking for situations where he can become a decent...
Saying Adam Morrison’s basketball career peaked in college is an understatement. He was a star at Gonzaga, co-player of the year, and it earned him the third overall pick in the 2006 Draft to the Charlotte Bobcats.
Since then, it’s only been bad news. Morrison sat out the 2007-08 season with an injury then he got traded to the Los Angeles Lakers where he barely ever saw the...
The former number three overall pick showed up at a Nets event looking like he hasn't been to a barber in since he left the Association.
Believe it or not, but Adam Morrison had a good thing going for Red Star Belgrade in Serbia before deciding to leave the team in late November to test the NBA free agency waters.
He should have stayed put.
Before Morrison was let out of his contract in a “good faith” gesture by Red Star Belgrade, he averaged 15.5 points per game and was regaining both form and confidence in...