Ja Morant of the Memphis Grizzlies seems to flash a gun on livestream and is barred from team activities.

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On Saturday night, Memphis Grizzlies star Ja Morant seemed to flaunt a gun in an Instagram Live video while riding in a car with pals.

Morant was seen dancing to music with friends in the passenger seat in the video. When he pretended to bring the revolver out to show off for the camera, the friend holding the phone moved it away from the Grizzly’s point guard and turned it toward his shoulder.

A photo purportedly showing Morant with the firearm quickly went viral on social media.

The Grizzlies did not immediately reply to a request for comment from Fox News Digital. Morant’s representatives did not reply immediately to a request for comment from Fox News Digital.

The Grizzlies did not immediately reply to a request for comment from Fox News Digital. Morant’s representatives did not reply immediately to a request for comment from Fox News Digital.

Ja Morant

Morant has been in the news this season due to various accusations accusing him of misbehavior. He was never charged in any of the events, but it all came to a head early this year when he was caught with a gun in a Denver nightclub.

In March, he received an eight-game suspension and booked himself into a stress management facility.

Morant admitted after the Grizzlies were eliminated from the playoffs that the off-court incidents may have contributed to a distracted squad.

“I’ve just got to get better with my decision-making,” Morant said last month, according to ESPN. “That’s about it. Off-the-court matters had a significant impact on us as a team. “All I need is more discipline.”

It was one of several issues that were brought to light.

Ja Morant
Ja Morant

The Indiana Pacers alleged that during a January altercation between Morant associates and the Pacers, a red laser was pointed at the team from an SUV transporting Morant, which the Pacers mistook for a pistol. The NBA conducted an investigation and discovered that no “individual threatened others with a weapon.”

According to a police report from last summer, Morant allegedly flashed a gun after assaulting a teenager.

According to The Washington Post, Morant allegedly hit the boy “12 to 13 times” in the head during a casual basketball game at Morant’s house.

Morant went into his house following the incident, according to the complaint, and resurfaced with a gun around his waist and his hand on the firearm.

Ja Morant
Ja Morant

“I feel like mine is more on and off the court – just being disciplined both sides,” Morant remarked in April. “I’m making better decisions away from the court.”

Being even more locked in on the court. As the team’s leader, it all begins with me. So, no matter how I approach an issue, I know my team will follow. “I just need to improve in that area.”


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