Gilbert Arenas PUMPED for Ja Morant’s return, fires warning that Grizzlies star gunning for revenge

Ja Morant is set to be back to the basketball floor after his 25 game suspension.

Gilbert Arenas PUMPED for Ja Morant’s return, fires warning that Grizzlies star gunning for revenge

Ja Morant and Gilbert Arenas (via Sports Illustrated).

In light of a recent podcast of the former NBA star Gilbert Arenas, the host was hyped up for the return of the Memphis Grizzlies star Ja Morant who was given a 25-game suspension from the NBA. Arenas in his podcast suggested that Morant is soon to join the team and will be up against the New Orleans Pelicans on December 19th for his first game.


Gilbert Arenas in the podcast ‘Gil’s Arena’, commented on Morant’s return, saying,

NBA I am telling you right now Ja Morant's coming home baby, He coming home and he ain't coming home on the road December 19th , so you might as well take that f***** game off TNT. You got to come to Memphis , NBA y'all can beg this man all you want, but you already on his bad side.

According to sources, Ja Morant of the Grizzlies was punished by the league with a 25-game suspension. He was seen with a firearm. The photos of it became viral. He will now be able to rejoin the team against the Pelicans.

The team has suffered a lot in terms of their position in the league. They are placed at 14th in the Western Conference. The Grizzlies currently hold a record of four wins and thirteen losses in the league.


What is the latest update in Ja Morant’s Court Case?

The Memphis Grizzlies superstar Ja Morant was involved in a case of intimidation of player Joshua Holloway. The Grizzlies star had been subpoenaed over this case. However, the lawsuit has been established over the fact that Morant was involved in hitting the player but with the sole purpose of defending himself.

Ja Morant
Ja Morant (via Sports Illustrated)

Ja Morant’s lawyers have been allowed to pursue the case in the civil court. According to Lucas Finton from the Memphis Commercial Appeal,

Morant's testimony would come during a three-day hearing over whether he would be granted immunity from the lawsuit under Tennessee's stand-your-ground law. Shelby County Circuit Court Judge Carol Chimney ruled the law applied to the case in mid-November, and the hearing on whether Morant acted in self-defense is scheduled to run from Dec. 11 through Dec. 13.

However, there aren’t any criminal charges that are being pressed against the Grizzlies Ja Morant. The lawsuit is still on the dock with nothing conclusive. All NBA fans and critics can do is spectate and follow developments.

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