Ja Morant, a guard with the Memphis Grizzlies, has left the team.

The Grizzlies announced Morant would miss at least two games without saying why. Morant was seen in social media videos clutching a gun. 

The Grizzlies did not respond to questions regarding Morant's absence, social media post, or ban right away. 

Morant, 23, apologized for disappointing people and claimed "full responsibility for my actions last night," but did not elaborate. 

Morant is a top NBA guard in his fourth season. He has made two All-Star teams and revived the Grizzlies since winning Rookie of the Year in 2020. His trademark Nike sneaker and jersey are both NBA best-sellers. On Wednesday, he joined Powerade. 

The Washington Post reported the same day that Morant was involved in two police-reported summer incidents. 

The Post received a sealed police record in which Morant was accused of hitting a teenage boy during a pickup game but claimed self-defense.  

Morant will miss the Grizzlies' games against the Clippers and Lakers on Sunday and Tuesday, respectively.

 Memphis is the No. 2 Western Conference seed, with a record of 38-24.

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