NBA: a psychological support program for Ja Morant

NBA star Memphis Ja Morant, sidelined since his incident in a nightclub, has joined a psychological support program, according to the American press.

Ja Morant, dismissed by the Memphis Grizzlies after brandishing a gun in a nightclub, has reportedly started counseling in Florida, according to ESPN.

The Memphis leader was also accused of assaulting a teenager and threatening the security chief of a supermarket in a Washington Post article.

“I will seek help and work on better ways to manage his stress, and on his well-being,” said in a press release Ja Morant, who was extended last summer for five seasons and 231 million. dollars.

The player has missed the Grizzlies’ last four games. His return date has yet to be announced.