VIDEO: Shannon Sharpe says Ja Morant is not hard. “You’re not gangsta, you’re not hood.. stop pretending, you’re worth $200M” KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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VIDEO: Shannon Sharpe says Ja Morant is not hard. “You’re not gangsta, you’re not hood.. stop pretending, you’re worth $200M”

Shannon Sharpe says Ja Morant is not hard. “You’re not gangsta, you’re not hood.. stop pretending, you’re worth $200M”.


Ja Morant's friends allegedly threatened, trained a red laser on Pacers staff with Morant present after game his people don’t play that
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Ja Morant's friends allegedly threatened, trained a red laser on Pacers staff with Morant present after game😬 his people don’t play that.



Per a piece from the Athletic, available in full here, the alleged incident was claimed to have occurred on Jan. 29 while Pacers traveling party members were in the loading area of the FedExForum in Memphis, near the team’s bus. At some point following the game, it was initially alleged that someone in an SUV had shined a laser from the vehicle. Furthermore, Morant had been claimed to have been a passenger in the SUV.

While a Pacers security official was quoted in the piece as having said the laser stemmed from a gun, the piece also included comments from an NBA rep as confirming they “could not corroborate that any individual threatened others with a weapon.” Additionally, the spokesperson said their investigation included interviews with alleged witnesses, as well as a look at related surveillance footage.

Upon entering the loading zone, Morant joined Pack and another individual in an SUV that is said to have made its way toward the Pacers bus, “turned, slowed,” with those associated with the Pacers believing to see “a red laser coming from the car.”

“We felt we were in grave danger,” one individual told The Athletic of the incident.

Though two associates of the Pacers’ party did not see who was behind the apparent laser, they’re also uncertain if the pointer was attached to 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,” the statement said.

“Certain individuals involved in the postgame situation and a related matter during the game that night have been subsequently banned from attending games in the arena. If additional information becomes available related to the postgame situation, the league office will conduct a further review,” the statement concluded.

A representative for the Grizzlies told The Athletic the club “complied completely with the league’s investigation and are abiding by its findings.”

Ja Morant of the Memphis Grizzlies has addressed claims of friends of his having “aggressively confronted” Indiana Pacers staff members after the two teams’ game against each other last month.

“[D]id a investigation seen they were cappin,” Morant said on Twitter when sharing footage of Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins on Sunday. “[S]till let a article come out to paint this negative image on me & my fam & banned my brother from home games or a year. [U]nbelievable.”

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