NBA basketball player Ja Morant renders mixed reviews after returning to the court following his 8-game suspension.
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The Memphis Grizzlies point guard, 23, is a star player in his own right. He is the team’s first player in history to be named all-star starter twice. Morant was recently benched due to a social media post that was said to be “detrimental to the league”. In the
post, he does an Instagram live-stream (from a Denver gentleman’s club) where he was shown briefly brandishing a gun.
Yesterday evening, the crowd gave a roaring cheer and standing ovation as he entered the game during the first quarter. In the end, Morant put up 17 points.
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Some, however, think that his consequence was not a sufficient one. ESPN Analyst Jay Williams believes that the NBA should establish more strict rules for situations involving guns and alcohol.
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Williams said, “I thought he should’ve been suspended for the rest of the regular season without pay…I think there needs to be a high standard that needs to be set, and a bar that needs to be set, around the league”.
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