Ja Morant’s situation is on a tense hold. After going through an eight-game suspension and returning to the field shortly before the playoffs, no one expected a repeat of the gun incident that led to the first penalty, but it did. The Memphis base reappeared in a video with a firearm, he was immediately suspended by his team and now he is waiting for the NBA to communicate the new sanction, which would already be decided.
With this context, Jaren Jackson Jr. went to Paul George’s podcast, where the subject of his partner came up and where the Grizzlies player pointed out that in any case he will be supporting Morant.
“He is good. He is my brother in any case. No matter what, he will stay by my brother’s side and I think it’s a lesson that everyone should learn from this. Everyone will say whatever, but in the end it won’t matter. This is your family. This is your brother,” he comments in statements collected by Damichael Cole from The Commercial Appeal.
Although for now there is no firm punishment, since the new incident it is taken for granted that the League will be very harsh with the point guard, who could face, according to some sources, a sanction that could even reach medium. regular season. Have to wait. Adam Silver will announce the NBA’s decision after the Finals conclude.
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