Anthony Morrow

Anthony Jarrad Morrow ( born September 27, 1985 in Charlotte, North Carolina ) is an American professional basketball player who is active in the North American professional league NBA for the New Orleans Pelicans. He is 1.96 meters tall and plays at the position of shooting guards.


Morrow played as a teenager for the Charlotte Latin High School, where he obtained 22 points per game. He then joined the Georgia Tech University, and was in his senior year with 14 points per game scorer of the team. Morrow turned out for the 2008 NBA Draft is available, but was not selected and was subsequently found to be " free agent " recommend about training camp with the Golden State Warriors, who committed him to the minimum salary as a "rookie". He sat down on the shooting guard position surprisingly against the higher traded Jamal Crawford and Marco Belinelli through, participated in 67 games and scored in his first match in the " Starting Five " 37 points, the highest score of the NBA history for en a player in his first season. Likewise, in the 2008 /09 season he reached with 86 successful three -point throws a hit rate of 46.7 %, which is the first place in this player statistics. He was the first rookie to have managed.

In July 2010, Morrow moved by "Sign -And- Trade- Deal" to the New Jersey Nets. On February 3, 2012 Morrow scored 42 points against the Minnesota Timberwolves his personal career record.

On July 11, 2012 Morrow was transferred along with four other Nets players in exchange for Joe Johnson to the Atlanta Hawks. On February 21, 2013, he moved in exchange for Dahntay Jones to the Dallas Mavericks. Also for the Mavericks came Morrow mostly as a bench player for use. He missed with the team but a place in the play-offs in 2013 and subsequently received a new contract more.

As a result, Morrow took an offer of the New Orleans Pelicans on a two year contract.