Season Review: Adam Morrison

OVERVIEW: Backup forward Adam Morrison joined the Lakers in the deal that sent Vladimir Radmanovic to the Charlotte Bobcats on Feb. 7. Morrison only played in eight games with the Lakers, averaging 1.3 points. He didn’t play at all during the playoffs and he remains something of a mystery. After sitting out all of 2007-08 because of a knee injury, he quickly became expendable in Charlotte. He hardly played a minute after he was traded to the Lakers and it’s unclear what his role might be next season.

STRENGTH: Has the potential to be a fine perimeter shooter.

WEAKNESS: Hasn’t accomplished much of anything in three NBA seasons.

GRADE: Incomplete.

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2009-10.

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