SPOKANE -- Former Mead High School and Gonzaga University basketball star Adam Morrison was released by the Washington Wizards on Thursday.
That means Morrison is a man without a team as the NBA gets ready to open the regular season on Tuesday.
A former No. 3 overall draft pick by the Charlotte Bobcats, Morrison averaged five points and two rebounds in five preseason games with Washington.
Morrison spent the last two years of his career with the Los Angeles Lakers, winning an NBA title in both seasons. He was a restricted free agent at the end of the season, but the Lakers chose not to bring him back.
KREM 2 News interviewed Morrison during his annual charity golf tournament in Spokane over the summer. He told us that would retire if he didn't have a spot on an NBA roster.
He obviously has some big decisions to make. Stay tuned to KREM 2 News for the latest on Adam Morrison.