Morrison at Peace with the Way His Career Ended

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Morrison at Peace with the Way His Career Ended
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The son of a college coach, Morrison's family settled in Spokane when he was in fourth grade after his father had made the decision to change careers. He grew up as a ball-boy for Gonzaga and going to the team camps, which is actually where Morrison first learned he was a diabetic. He was a star at Mead High School, and despite failing to play his way onto any top 100 lists, Morrison ended up averaging 11.4 points as a freshman. As a junior, he spent the year going head-to-head with Duke's JJ Redick for the scoring title and the national Player of the Year awards.

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