Ja Morant’s Entourage Allegedly Pointed Gun Laser At Pacers Personell
There’s a lot of excitement surrounding Ja Morant, and he’s just in the early phase of his career. In his fourth season, not only Morant is showing he’s a promising young player, but he’s already solidifying himself as a superstar in the NBA.
With his highly productive play and ability to lead his team, it’s not hard to picture Morant as a potential MVP winner in the NBA.
While Morant is shining on the court, there recently have been some pretty dark allegations off the court, that involves the continuation of a dispute than began during the Grizzlies vs Pacers game on January 29.
During the game, Morant had wan altercation with Chris Duarte. After the game against the Pacers, Morant revealed things began when Andrew Nembhard started talking trash to his father, Tee Morant.
However, according to various report, Morant and associates of his took this on-court issue into the loading area after the game. According to The Athletic, this even led to Morant’s entourage allegedly pointing lasers from a gun at Pacers personell.
Per The Athletic:
The two members of the traveling party who spoke to The Athletic said that they did not see who shined the laser from the SUV. They also don’t know if the laser was attached to a gun, but they believed it was. A Pacers security guard in the loading area at the time remarked: “That’s 100 percent a gun.”
“NBA Security and league investigators conducted an investigation interviewing numerous eyewitnesses and reviewing video surveillance following allegations made by the Indiana Pacers organization regarding a postgame incident on Jan. 29. While we substantiated that a postgame situation arose that was confrontational, based on interviews and other evidence gathered, we could not corroborate that any individual threatened others with a weapon,”