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Ja Morant

Ja Morant

Pts
25.1
Reb
5.6
Ast
8.1
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 2"/174 lbs
Born: Dalzell, South Carolina
College: Murray State
Draft: 2019 1st round (2nd pick) by the
  • Sports Illustrated Memphis Grizzles News, Analysis and More

    Ja Morant's Bold Statement on Memphis Grizzlies' Future

    Ja Morant's Bold Statement on Memphis Grizzlies' Future Morant believes the Grizzlies can win it all Author: Joey Linn Apr 15, 2024 In this story: grizzlies Memphis Grizzlies NBA Ja Morant The Memphis Grizzlies had an incredibly frustrating season, setting an NBA record for the most players used in a season. This was of course due to all the different injuries the Grizzlies dealt with throughout the year, including the season-ending shoulder injury that Ja Morant suffered just nine games after returning from his 25-game suspension. While the Grizzlies finished this season well out of the playoff picture, there is optimism in Memphis that next season can be much different. Speaking with the media

  • ClutchPoints | Illinois Basketball News

    Illinois basketball's Marcus Domask nets rare March Madness feat not seen since Ja Morant

    The Illinois basketball team took care of business against the Morehead State Eagles with an 85-69 win in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Moreover, senior forward Marcus Domask achieved a rare March Madness feat not seen since Ja Morant 's days with the Murray State Racers. Domask became the 10th player in NCAA Tournament history to record a triple-double, per David Worlock. He joined a stacked list including names like Shaquille O'Neal, Dwayne Wade, Gary Payton, Draymond Green, and 2019 Racers star Ja Morant. Here is the moment Domask made history: Marcus Domask records the 10th triple double in NCAA tournament history 🙌 pic.twitter.com/FLeHHxiwr4 — ClutchPoints (@ClutchPoints) March

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