The Memphis Grizzlies are still without Ja Morant as the superstar takes «time to get help and work to learn better methods of dealing with stress and my overall well-being.»
Part of that process includes entering a counseling program in floridaaccording to a Monday report from ESPN.
There is no timetable for his return, according to the report.
GRIZZLIES’ JA MORANT AVOIDS CRIMINAL CHARGES AFTER APPEARING TO FLASH GUN ON VIDEO
Morant’s absence from the team comes after video surfaced of Morant appearing to display a weapon while at a nightclub in Colorado.
The Grizzlies spoke to Morant about his off-court behavior before the Instagram Live video.
«We’ve had conversations in the past trying to guide him and help him continue to evolve as a person and a player.» Memphis head coach Taylor Jenkins said of the discussions before the incident in Glendale, Colorado.
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«Obviously this came to a head the other day, so we put this process into action.»
The nightclub video was just the latest in a few out-of-court reports about Morant.
He reportedly hit a teenager over the head «12 to 13 times» in a casual basketball game at Morant’s home last summer, according to The Washington Post.
According to the report, Morant entered his home after the altercation and came out with a gun at his waist and his hand on the gun.
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Morant told police he had acted in self-defense and filed a police report after the teen allegedly said he would come back after the altercation and «light this place up like fireworks.»
In February, the The Indiana Pacers claimed that after an altercation between Morant’s associates and the Pacers, a red laser was pointed at the team from a van carrying Morant, which the Pacers believed was a weapon.
The NBA investigated the incident and found that no «individual threatened others with a weapon.»
Morant has missed the last five games as the Grizzlies have gone 3-2 in his absence.
Fox News’ Ryan Morik contributed to this report.