Gino Pilato of Ridiculous Upside argues that Portland Trail Blazers forward Adam Morrison should consider the D-League rather than retirement if he is cut from Blazers training camp.
Now that Portland controls the basketball operations side of the Idaho Stampede, they could assign Morrison to spend time with the team working on his defensive skills all while being a quick phone call and short flight away from rejoining the NBA ranks with the Blazers. A stint with the Stampede in the D-League, against formidable offensive talent, would help Morrison develop his defensive skills.
There is no doubt that the Gonzaga product would kill it in the D-League, and at only 28-years-old, it isn't too late for the Pacific Northwest fan favorite to make a splash on the basketball scene once again, this time back in the NBA via the D-League.
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