He was undrafted, didn't even make Chad Ford's Top 100 Prospects in 2008. Then Anthony Morrow burst on the scene, scoring 37 points (and grabbing 11 rebounds) in his first NBA start for the Warriors.
Now, that he's joined the Nets, NBC Sports' Rob Mahoney thinks it's only just begun for Morrow.
Predicting that he, not Terrence Williams, will get the bulk of the minutes left behind by Courtney Lee, Mahoney writes that despite the hype, Don Nelson's teams were never as fast-paced as Avery Johnson's, adding "Brook Lopez's presence may be the most significant (factor), as having an effective interior big can give Morrow and his three-point shooting counterparts all the open air they need."
- The Flip Side: Anthony Morrow's life after Golden State - Rob Mahoney - NBC Sports
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