Fact or Fiction?
Adam Morrison has been a bust since being drafted by the Charlotte Bobcats in 2006. The Bobcats thought that Morrison was worthy of the third pick, but the 7.5 points per game that he averaged proved that he wasn't even worthy of a first-round selection.
While Morrison won two NBA titles with the Los Angeles Lakers, he was nothing more than a benchwarmer and was unable to make the Washington Wizards roster for the 2010-11 season.
After failing to make an NBA roster, Morrison played overseas for two years before impressing during the Summer League in July 2012.
At one point, Chris Haynes reported on csnnw.com that Morrison would retire if he failed to make the Portland Trail Blazers roster. While that may have been true at some time, that may not be the case anymore now that Morrison has tasted the NBA once again.
According to Erik Gundersen of iamatrailblazersfan.com, Morrison isn't committed to retiring if he gets cut from the Blazers roster.
Morrison will never live up to the hype that comes with being the third pick in the draft, but he could become a role player on a decent team.