It remains unclear when Ja Morant will return to play.
ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Tim MacMahon reported Monday that the superstar has “entered a counseling program in Florida” and that there is no current timetable as to when he will return to the team.
Morant has missed Memphis’ past four games after a series of off-court incidents mounted.
Last week, the Washington Post published an extensive story about several investigations in which Morant was the subject of.
The story revealed there was a police report filed after a mall security guard accused Morant of threatening him, and an associate of Morant of pushing him.
In a separate altercation, Morant swung multiple times at a Memphis-area high school basketball prospect after an incident in a pickup game at Morant’s home.
The teen accused Morant of entering his home and exiting with a gun visible in his waistband.
Morant claimed self-defense in the incident, as the teen threw a basketball at his face, denied brandishing a weapon and accused the teen of threatening gun violence.
No charges were filed in either the mall or pickup game incident.
Days after the Washington Post story was published, Morant went on Instagram Live and posted a video in which he seemingly flashed a gun in a strip club. (NYPost)