Blazers Sign Adam Morrison

September 17 2012 at 7:25pm CDT By Zach Links

The Blazers have signed Adam Morrison to a one-year, make-good deal, agent Mark Bartelstein tells Sam Amick of SI.com (via Twitter).  The camp invitation was first reported by Joe Freeman of the Oregonian (via Twitter).

The former third-overall pick last appeared in the Association with the Lakers in 2009/10 where he saw 7.8 minutes of action per contest in 31 games.  Morrison hooked on with the Nets' summer league team a few months back and made a strong impression on the club, but ultimately could not secure a deal.  The former Gonzaga standout then finished out the 2012 summer league period with the Clippers where he averaged 20 PPG and 5 RPG across five games.

2 thoughts on “Blazers Sign Adam Morrison

  1. Dang! He averaged 20 in the summer league?!… I always thought he could score in the NBA too. white guys get no respect. lol

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