Memphis Grizzlies star point guard Ja Morant will remain off the team, with ESPN reporting that he will miss at least the next four games.
Those games are against the Golden State Warriors, the Dallas Mavericks in back-to-back games, and the Miami Heat.
Police in Glendale, Colorado have wrapped up their investigation into Morant after he allegedly brandished a gun while out at a nightclub on his Instagram live.
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In a news release, Glendale police said they «were unable to determine that probable cause existed for the filing of charges.»
«In this case, it should be noted that, on the night in question, the GPD did not receive any calls for service at the nightclub regarding a weapon of any kind,» the department said. «Subsequently, no disturbances were reported, and no citizen or club patron came forward to file a complaint.
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“The investigation also concluded that no one was threatened or threatened with the firearm and, in fact, no firearm was ever located. Although the video was concerning enough to prompt an investigation, there was not enough evidence available to charge anyone with a crime. »
However, Morant could still face a suspension from the league on top of punishment from the Grizzlies.
NBA journalist Marc Stein appeared on the «This League Uncut» podcast Tuesday and said there are «a couple of items» that the league and Colorado law enforcement are looking into.
«This was done on the road,» Stein said, referring to Morant allegedly brandishing the gun. “This was at a club in Denver, I think. And then there are questions of, ‘Did he personally bring the gun?’ And then, being away, the question arises as to whether he had the gun on the team plane.»
The league’s CBA states that a weapon on team premises would result in a suspension, although the length «is imposed at the discretion of the commissioner,» according to Stein.
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Laura Ehret, the Grizzlies’ vice president of basketball information strategy and communications, told USA Today that the team follows all TSA regulations.
Morant issued an apology Saturday after receiving backlash over the incident, saying he would take time to «get help.»
«I take full responsibility for my actions last night. I’m sorry to my family, teammates, coaches, fans, partners, the city of Memphis and the entire Grizzlies organization for letting them down,» Morant said. «I’m going to take some time to get help and work on learning better ways to deal with stress and my overall well-being.»
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The Grizzlies have lost both games Morant has missed thus far, falling 135-129 to the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday and 112-103 to the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday.
Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos and Joe Morgan contributed to this report.