It’s been nearly two decades since Gonzaga great Adam Morrison has graced the hardwood in Spokane.
Morrison, who remains one of, if not the, best players in school history, averaged 28.1 points and 5.5 rebounds per game his junior season before declaring for the 2006 NBA draft. Morrison was named a consensus All-American, won the WCC Player of the Year and the Wooden Award given to the most outstanding player in the country in his third and final season with the Bulldogs.
Aside from his outstanding play, Morrison was known in college for his mustache and long unkempt hair. His playing days are behind him now, and so are the mustache and long hair that made him almost as famous as his elite play at the college level.
Now, he is a clean shaven, short-haired basketball analyst for Gonzaga basketball games on the radio, and Twitter couldn’t believe how Morrison’s looks have evolved after cameras panned to him during the Bulldogs’ Sweet 16 game.
Here are some of the best reactions to Morrison’s look in his post-playing days.