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Once A Zag Always A Zag

Former Gonzaga star basketball player Adam Morrison speaks about his time as a player and his current role as a student and assistant on Mark Few's staff. 

Morrison is a product of Mead High School and played for the Zags from 2003-2006. He was the 2006 Chevrolet college basketball Player of the Year, was a finalist for the Naismith and Wooden Awards and was the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) co-Player of the Year with J.J. Redick in what was his junior season. 

Morrison left Gonzaga in '06 and entered into the NBA Draft. He was picked 3rd overall by the Charlotte Bobcats. In 2009 he was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers and won two NBA Championships in '09 and '10 but saw limited playing time. In 2011 Morrison played fortwo European teams, Red Star Belgrade (Serbia) and in '12 played for Besiktas JK Istanbul (Turkey), before retiring in late-2012. 

Morrison is currently enrolled in classes to finish his degree in sports management.
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