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Rest, practice and positive thoughts pat off for Morrison

MORRISON WATCH

We’re starting this morning with a subject we’ve sort of let slide. OK, there’s no sort of about it. We let it slide. All the news was so overwhelmingly negative we thought no one would want to read it.

So we quit linking to it.

But last night Adam Morrison may have had his best game as a pro. At least his best half.

He was 0 for 5 in the first half, but 10 of 14 in the second of Charlotte’s 110-95 win over Minnesota. It all added up to 26 points, including 13 consecutive Bobcat points in the fourth quarter.

And it may not be a coincidence it came following the All-Star break when Morrison was afforded a few days off and a chance to work on his shot.

Here’s the definitive Charlotte Observer story, which goes into a little more depth than anyone else.


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