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Anthony Morrow

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Appeared in 515 games (135 starts) and averaged 9.8 points, 2.3 rebounds and 0.9 assists in 22.5 minutes.

Appeared in 68 games (six starts) and averaged 5.6 points in 13.6 minutes.

Connected on multiple three-pointers in 23 games this season, including 10 games of three or more. Notched 19 points at Portland (4/6). Scored season-high 20 points on 8-of-11 shooting vs. Sacramento (1/4). Fourteen games of double-digit scoring including one game of 20-plus points. Thirteen games DNP – Coach’s Decision. One game DNP – Personal.

2014-15: Shot 11-for-16 from the field and 4-for-5 from beyond the arc to score 28 points (including 19 in the fourth quarter) in a win at Boston (11/12). Pulled down a season-high 11 rebounds vs. Golden State (11/23). Tallied 16 points (including 14 in the first half) in a home win over Dallas (2/19). Shot 8-of-12 from the field (6-of- 9 from three) to score 26 points vs. LA Clippers (3/11). Sunk six threes and scored 21 points (12 in the fourth quarter) in a win over Atlanta (3/20). Scored a season-high 32 points (6-of-9 shooting from three-point range) vs. Dallas (4/1). Scored in double figures in 39 games. Scored 20-plus points five times. Two double-doubles. Seven games DNP – Left MCL Sprain. One game DNP – Right Shoulder Soreness. 2013-14: Scored in double digits on 19 occasions, including seven games of 20 or more points. Posted 20 or more points in four games during a six-game stretch from 3/26 to 4/4. Scored 26 points to lead the team on nine made field goals on 4/4 at Utah. Led the team in scoring with 23 points on 3/31 vs. Sacramento. Scored 20 points on 3/28 vs. Utah. Led the Pelicans in scoring on 3/26 vs. LA Clippers with 27 points on 9 FGM. Scored 14 points, including a game-tying jumper with 0.9 seconds left to send the game into overtime on 3/9 vs. Denver. Led New Orleans with 20 points on 2/3 vs. San Antonio. Scored 21 points to lead the team to a victory on 1/24 at Detroit. Scored 11 points off the bench on 3-3 from beyond the arc on 12/18 at LA Clippers. Came off the bench to score 14 pts (including 4-4 3PT FG) at Orlando on 11/1. DNP – Coach’s Decision – 4 times. NWT – 2 times – illness. 2012-13: In 41 games (one start) with the Atlanta Hawks and Dallas Mavericks, averaged 4.0 points in 9.3 minutes. Shot 44.1% (61-145 FGs) from the field, 37.2% (16-43 3FGs) from 3-point range and 90.9% (20- 22 FTs) from the line. In 24 games (one start) with Atlanta, averaged 5.2 points, 1.1 rebounds and 12.5 minutes. In 17 games with Dallas, averaged 2.3 points and 4.8 minutes while shooting 50.0% (17-34 FGs) from the field. 2011-12: In 62 games (18 starts) with the New Jersey Nets, averaged 12.0 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists in 26.4 minutes (.413 FGs, .371 3FGs, .933 FTs). Scored 20-or-more points 10 times. Missed three games due to injury and one due to personal reasons. Scored a season-high 42 points vs. Minnesota on 2/3. 2010-11: In 58 games (47 starts) with the New Jersey Nets, averaged 13.2 points and 3.0 rebounds in 32.0 minutes (.450 FG%, .423 3FG%, .897 FT%). Ranked 10th in the NBA in 3FG%, tying for the fifth-best mark in Nets history. 2009- 10: Appeared in 69 games (35 starts) with the Golden State Warriors, averaging 13.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 29.2 minutes (.468 FG%, .456 3FG%, .886 FT%). Averaged 14.3 points, 4.4 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.2 steals in his 35 starting assignments. Ranked fifth in the NBA in 3FG% (.456), and became one of only four players in NBA history to convert at least 80 3-pointers and shoot at least 45% from 3-point territory in back-to-back seasons. 2008- 09: Appeared in 67 games (17 starts) with the Golden State Warriors, posting 10.1 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 22.6 minutes (.478 FG%, .467 3FG%, .870 FT%). Started in 17 games and averaged 16.6 points and 4.6 rebounds in 34.9 minutes in those contests. Led the NBA in 3FG%, becoming the first rookie in NBA history (and the first Golden State player) to lead the league in that category. His .467 3-point field goal percentage was the highest mark ever by an NBA rookie with at least 150 attempts.

2016: In 14 games, averaging 2.6 points in 5.4 minutes. Shot a perfect 4-for-4 from the field to score a postseason career-best 10 points in Game 5 at Golden State (5/26). Made his NBA Playoffs debut on 4/16 vs. Dallas, scoring six points in 11 minutes

Played four seasons at Georgia Tech, averaging 11.4 points and 3.0 rebounds and 24.7 minutes in 123 games (70 starts). His career free throw percentage of 86.7% established a school record. His 258 career 3-point field goals were tied for third all-time at Tech with Travis Best (16th in ACC history). As a senior in 2007-08, finished as Tech’s scoring leader (14.3 ppg, 15th in ACC), while hitting an ACC-best 44.8% of his 3s (ranked 14th nationally). In 2005-06, earned Honorable mention All-Atlantic Coast Conference and was Tech’s top scorer at 16.0 points per game (13th in ACC).

Full name is Anthony Jarrad Morrow. Nicknamed “A-Mo”. Son of Larry Mayhew and Angela Morrow. Majored in science, technology and culture. Named “Mr. Basketball” in North Carolina as a senior. Three-time all-state performer who led his Charlotte Latin High School team to state championships each of his last two years among North Carolina 3A Independent Schools. Lettered four years for coach Jerry Faulkner and served as team captain two years. Averaged 22.4 points, 9.8 rebounds and 3.1 assists as a senior as Latin went 27-4, and won MVP honors in the state tournament. Junior year averages were 24 points and eight rebounds per game while Latin went 26-1. Played for Team USA in the Global Games in Dallas, Texas.

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Height: 6'5''/ 1.96m
Weight: 210 lbs./ 95.3 kg
Born: September 27, 1985
From: Georgia Tech
Draft: Undrafted
NBA Debut: 2008
Years Pro: 8
Previous Teams:
  Oklahoma City Thunder 2014 - 2015
  Dallas Mavericks 2013 - 2013
  New Orleans Pelicans 2013 - 2013
  Brooklyn Nets 2012 - 2012
  More Previous Teams
Prior to NBA/Country: Georgia Tech/USA

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