Comeback Trail: Five Places We Could See Adam Morrison Play This Season

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Comeback Trail: Five Places We Could See Adam Morrison Play This Season

Oh, Adam Morrison what was happened to your NBA career you were once one of the top college players and were supposed to be a star in the NBA?

Adam Morrison, the former Oscar Robertson Trophy Winner along with J.J. Reddick and third overall pick in the 2006 NBA Draft has had quite a disappointing career as of now.

Morrison started his career with the Bobcats in the 2006-2007 NBA season and had a very acceptable rookie season averaging nearly 12 points per game and receiving honors by being named to the NBA's All-Rookie Second Team.

The following season, Morrison tore his ACL which would make him miss the entire season. The season after his ACL tear Morrison played in 44 games for the Bobcats averaging a mere 4.5 points per game but then was traded to the Lakers where he would only play in a games averaging just a bit over five minutes a game. Morrison would win an NBA Championship though.

Then we come to last season where Morrison once again did not average even ten minutes a game with the Lakers but once again won an NBA championship.

Morrison has gone from a college star to an NBA benchwarmer. Though Morrison has hardly played for the Lakers recently I feel if he was given a chance he could bring a bright spot of the bench for an NBA team.  There are many places Morrison could play this season where I believe he could help a franchise if given a chance.

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