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Adam Morrison Going Coast to Coast in Attempt to Revive Career

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Adam Morrison is currently playing for the Brooklyn Nets' summer team. He's also on the Clippers' roster beginning July 16. Adam Morrison is currently playing for the Brooklyn Nets' summer team. He's also on the Clippers' roster beginning July 16.
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He hasn't made a full comeback yet. But at least it's a start for Adam Morrison, who is evidently trying yet again to make it in the NBA.

A check of the Los Clippers website on Wednesday shows the former Gonzaga star is on the team's summer league roster.

Morrison spent last season in Europe, playing first with Red Star Belgrade and then with Besiktas in Turkey. He also worked out with the Brooklyn Nets this spring and played on their summer team, scoring 10 points on Monday against Orlando.

The Clippers begin the summer stint July 16 against Minnesota, followed by games against San Antonio, Los Angeles (Lakers), Chicago and Boston.

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