- 3.6 points, 14.3 per 40 minutes
- 0.9 rebounds, 3.5 per 40 minutes
- 0.7 assists, 2.8 per 40 minutes
- 0.5 steals, 2 per 40 minutes
- .378/.308/.650 shooting splits
The Best of the Best
Friday, November 28 vs. Middle Tennessee
This was the first game in which Morman played serious minutes. He was on the court for 23 spins of the second hand, and accumulated nine points, two assists and as many steals in a 69-51 victory. He would never play more than 20 minutes in a single game the rest of the season, but it was a big jump from the 13 total he played through the first four contests.
Thursday, January 15 2015 at Memphis
It is unfortunate but Morman's best game of the season came in a 63-50 loss. He did his best to keep the Bearcats in contention, sinking 3-of-4 shots, including a pair of triples, en route to matching a season-high of 11 points. He also scored 11 points against Mississippi, but that came in a loss as well.
For Next Year
Morman is still a raw talent, who showed flashes of star power in his only healthy season with Cincinnati. Whatever team ends up with him will have a strong defensive guard with offensive flare. It's just too bad Cincinnati won't be that team. With that said, Bearcat nation will have a player to root for outside of the Queen City.