Memphis Grizzlies All-Star guard Ja Morant has reportedly entered a counseling program in Florida to address some of his personal issues in the wake of his IG Live fiasco flashing a firearm in a Colorado nightclub.
ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that "there remains no timetable for [Morant's] return to active play." This comes on the heels of a report that Ja could be back in the lineup as early as Friday.
"There are a lot of internal dialogues going on and obviously there's still things going on at the league level that we're in communication with," Grizzlies head coach Taylor Jenkins said, per Tim MacMahon of ESPN. "Ja's fully engaged in this process and ready for whatever comes next after these two games."
On March 4, the Grizzlies informed the media that Ja would miss "at least the next two games" before extending the length of time away from the team on March 8 when they noted that he would be away for "at least the next four games."
The Grizzlies have collected two wins since the last update against the Dallas Mavericks and Golden State Warriors. They have two remaining games against the Mavericks and Miami Heat before Friday's game against the San Antonio Spurs which Ja could potentially suit up for.