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|No. 6 – Las Vegas Wildcards|
|Species||Border Collie ( Canidae )|
|Born||Huntington Beach, CA|
|Listed height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|Listed weight||153 lb (69 kg)|
|School||Fur Bay State|
|FBA draft||2015 / Round: 2 / Pick: 41st overall|
|Selected by the Arizona Whips|
|Pro playing career||2015–present|
|2015-Jan 2016||Arizona Whips|
|Jan 2016-2016||Albany Alphas|
|2016-2017||Texas Lone Stars|
|2020-present||Las Vegas Wildcards|
|Career highlights and awards|
|2020 Salary||$7 million|
|2021 Salary||$8 million|
|(OOC) Creator||Trivolmckenley (Adopted by Blades)|
|(OOC) Usage||Ask me before any use|
Lindsey Morrison was a SoCal girl, who had a very stable family. Both parents, a brother and sister. Very healthy upbringing. She focused on what she loved playing: basketball. She wanted to dedicate her life to basketball as her sport.
Morrison grew fascinated with basketball when her father was coach for the high school boys basketball team. She loved how quick the plays were , making sure each play counted for something.
While attending high school, there were a few girls on her basketball team and told her that the sport was a male dominant sport. She had good basketball IQ, thinking out her plays and commanding her teammates to get into proper formation. Even though the team was male dominant, she wanted to prove that females can also have leadership qualities.
Lindsey was considered small for a point-guard but she didn't hinder her from playing her best. With her positive leadership abilities, she dominated over the male/female mindset. Morrison never gave into negative criticism.
Upon completing high school, she kept herself busy studying and playing basketball at Fur State University up in Northern California. She led her team to the FCAA tournament before losing their qualifying match for the Sweet Sixteen.
She was always a positive thinker and never let herself down, keeping her hopes of joining the FBA in sight. Morrison knew that trials were going to be an obstacle, especially losses in the FCAA. She might as well have that thought of always trying her best, despite the situation.
At the start of her college career, she received three MVPs in her regular season and earned herself with high recognition from a FBA scout. He told her that her positive thinking and leadership attributes were a rarity, especially in a female.
They both talked about her college plans, and Lindsey told him that she was planning to finish her schooling and be in the FBA. Morrison affirmed that she was planning on finishing her education. The FBA scout shook her paw and told her they would be looking forward to her arrival in the FBA.
Lindsey smiled and even affirmed with herself that the FBA was the place for her. She kept up with her studies in art, but completing her art courses proved difficult. She struggled keeping a relationship with an arrogant lion fur from the football team. Her relationship was a struggle that it diminished her studies. She saw that he didn't really have plans in the future other than just find a job somewhere. Lindsey saw this as meaningless. The border collie needed some space from him and ended the relationship after a couple months.
Now with that distraction out of the way, she finished out her fourth year at Fur Bay State and obtained a number of awards including best sportsfurship and MVP. Lindsey could now focus her energy in getting ready for the draft. With her future and dream in mind, she focused on making it into the FBA.
After a few seasons of uncertainty and bouncing around team to team, it seems like Lindsey finally found her niche on the Spirits. A city she loves and a strong team, what's not to love? Even got to have a decent playoff run recently racking up back to back Player of the Game honors in their second round series which ended up taking the eventual champion Taproots to seven games. Sure there was some insecurity between a shuffling lineup later in the season and the new management coming in but one thing's for sure, Lindsey showed she can ball and with any luck her journeyfur days are likely behind her.
2015 - 2016 Regular Season Stats
2016 - 2017 Regular Season Stats
2019 - 2020 Regular Season Stats