3 Adam Morrison
Adam  Morrison


Spokane, WA

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Height / Weight:
6-8 / 205




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High School: Prepped at Spokane's Mead High where he played for Glenn Williams...set the Greater Spokane League single-season and career scoring records with 542 points (GSL games only) his senior season and 1,904 career points...his career mark broke the record held by current Gonzaga University redshirt freshman Sean Mallon who had 1,760 points during his Ferris High career, and his single-season record broke his mark of 488 set as a junior...the 1,904 career points are third best among State of Washington Class 4A players...two-time All-GSL...senior season averaged 27.7 ppg to set GSL record...Mead went 28-1 for the season, losing to Franklin in the State Class 4A title game after the Panthers defeated defending champion Lincoln-Tacoma in semifinal...named GSL Player of the Year, voted State 4A Tournament MVP, and selected to Associated Press and Tacoma News Tribune All-State teams...member of the Spokesman-Review All-Area team...junior year averaged 24.2 ppg for the 20-8 Panthers...Mead advanced to the State 4A Tournament but lost its first two games...scored 36 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Washington in 106-98 victory over Oregon in Washington-Oregon All-State game in Portland.

FRESHMAN (2003-04): Started his career by hitting his first shot of the season against Saint Joseph's in Madison Square Garden...scored in double digits in his first four games, including 12 against both Denver and Georgia...recorded his first career double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds against Denver, his only double-digit rebounding night of the season...after playing just 10 minutes and scoring 2 points at Washington, came back with 18 points against Maryland in the opening round of the BB&T Classic hosted by the Terrapins and played at the MCI Center in Washington, DC...went 7-for-11 from the field...that started of stretch of seven straight double-digit scoring games that included 20 points against Stanford at the Pete Newell Challenge played at the Arena at Oakland...went 8-for-13 from the field, including 4-for-5 from 3-point range that saw him hit three treys in the final 46 seconds to keep Gonzaga within striking distance in an 87-80 loss...matched his career high with 20 points at San Diego, going 9-for-15 from the field, then set a career high with 22 points at Saint Mary's on a 10-for-15 night from the field to help Gonzaga clinch the West Coast Conference regular-season title...averaged 11.4 ppg to become first freshman since Blake Stepp in 2001 to average in double figure scoring... 20th in scoring in WCC (11.3) and 5th in field goal percentage (52.5)...played 14 minutes against Valparaiso and 23 minutes against Nevada in NCAA Tournament, scoring 10 and 14 points, respectively, while going 10-for-16 from the field...named to the WCC All-Freshman team.

SOPHOMORE (2004-05): Earned a spot on the USA World Championship For Young Men Qualifying Team that earned a gold medal at the World Championships held in Halifax, Nova Scotia, from July 28-Aug. 1...averaged 8.2 ppg and 1.7 rpg as he appeared in three games for Team USA...missed the gold medal game because of a sore knee...scored a high of 11 points during USA semifinal victory over Puerto Rico...also had double-figure night against Brazil finishing with 10 points...scored in double digits in first 16 games of season, including back-to-back games of 26 points against both Illinois and Washington to set then career high...grabbed 11 rebounds against the then fifth-ranked Illini for his second career double-double and his first of the season...scored 24 points as Gonzaga upset then third-ranked Georgia Tech at the Las Vegas Showdown, going 11-for-18 from the field...came back with 25 points against Eastern Washington in the Spokane Arena on 8-for-13 from the field and scored 19 in upset of then third-ranked Oklahoma State in the Touchstone Energy All-College Classic in Oklahoma City, Okla., earning All-Tournament honors...after being held to 9 points at San Francisco and 6 at San Diego, scored in double digits in seven of final nine West Coast Conference games...scored career-high 28 points at home against San Francisco, his basket from the left wing with .6 seconds to play breaking 75-75 tie and giving Bulldogs 77-75 win to clinch no worse than a tie for the WCC regular-season title...went 12-for-20 from the field against the Dons, both numbers career highs...scored 22 points in win at Portland that clinched title outright, connecting on 8-of-13 shots from the field as he scored 14 of his points in the first half...recorded second double-double of season and third of his career with 16 points and 12 rebounds at Loyola Marymount, matching his career high for rebounds...named to the All-WCC first team, selected to the U.S. Basketball Writers Association All-District 9 team, to the Basketball Times All-West Coast Team and was an honorable mention Associated Press All-America selection along with teammate Ronny Turiaf ...scored 25 points in WCC Tournament semifinal against San Diego, going 10-for-17 from the field...also dished out career-high 8 assists against the Toreros...came back with career-high 30 points in title game against Saint Mary's...sparked a second-half run by scoring first 7 points of second half and 9 of first 11 of the half for the Bulldogs who opened the half with a 17-5 run...averaged 27.5 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 5.5 assists and shot 57.9 percent from the field (22-for-38) in the two tournament games to earn MVP honors...scored 52 points in two NCAA Tournament games - 27 in first round against Winthrop and 25 in second round against Texas Tech...went 22-for-41 from the field in the tourney for 53.7 percent and grabbed 15 rebounds for a 7.5 average...finished season with 941 career points.

JUNIOR (2005-06): Was among 21 players who were invited to the USA Men's Basketball U21 National Team Trials in Dallas, Texas, in July, 2005, for spot on team that competed in 2005 FIBA U21 Wolrd Cahampionships in Mar de Plata, Argentina, but had to decline invitation because of summer school commitments.

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