Conor Morgan, MoraBanc Andorra's first signing

The Canadian power forward (2.06 meters and 26 years old) arrives from Joventut de Badalona. Signature for the next two seasons.


Conor Morgan is MoraBanc's first signing for the following season. The Canadian power forward, with an Irish passport, arrives at the Andorran club from Joventut Badalona.

The new MoraBanc player, 2.06 and 26 years old, signs for the next two seasons with the Principality club. In the last three seasons, Conor Morgan has played for the Catalan club and in his last season he played 36 games, with 18'53 "with 6.6 points scored, 3.3 rebounds and a PIR of 5.1 in the ACB. In the Eurocup, the power forward from Victoria (Canada) played 15 games with 8.7 points, 3 rebounds and a PIR of 5.5 in 20 minutes per game.

"He is a versatile player in the inner game who will help us to be able to play aggressive as we like," said Francesc Solana, MoraBanc's sports director, who highlighted his most positive point, that is, his success from the line of 6.75.

"It is a three-point threat and we think it still has room for improvement and progression. In addition, Morgan knows the league and the European Championship and is an element to highlight," said Solana.

Conor Morgan defended the colors of the NCAA UBC Thunderbirds between 2013 and 2017 and after not being selected for the 2017 NBA Draft he became a free agent. In 2018 he signed for the New Zealand team, the NBL's Southland Sharks, averaging 16 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists per game. In 2018 he arrived at Joventut Badalona.

In this way, MoraBanc incorporates its first player and reinforces the position of power forward reduced by the loss due to injury of 'Tyson' Pérez.

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