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Blazers Decide to Cut Adam Morrison

Adam Morrison played for Brooklyn and the LA Clippers in the summer before spending the preseason with Portland (FILE) Adam Morrison played for Brooklyn and the LA Clippers in the summer before spending the preseason with Portland (FILE)

It didn't work out, so it appears Adam Morrison's attempt at reviving his NBA career is over.

The Portland Trailblazers have told Morrison, Coby Karl and Justin Holiday they will be waived on Saturday, OregonLive.com reported Friday. That will bring the Blazers' roster to 15.

Morrison, now 28, averaged 3.2 points in five preseason games for Portland.

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