Adam Grewe, Sports Writer

Police in Colorado said on Monday, March 6th, they are investigating Ja Morant’s actions from the weekend after the Memphis Grizzlies star posted an Instagram Live video in which he displayed what appeared to be a gun while at a nightclub.

The city of Denver and the NBA both were shocked by Morants actions after taking the 113 to 97 loss versus the Denver Nuggets.

He appeared to be flashing weapons while on live shirtless while he should be at home or in the hotel like his other teammates, but instead he is causing drama.

NBA rules prohibit a player from possessing a firearm while on team property or traveling on team business.

“No one was threatened or menaced with the firearm and in fact no firearm was ever located,” the police department said in a statement shared to Twitter.

The actions were not needed from such a big star, which throws off the role model appearance as a star athlete he should be setting.

Morant also being a suburb-raised kid trying to act like a hoodlum doesn’t help the situation any more.

NBA reporters and Legends also have been involved in this topic and dropped many statements about the Morant nightclub incident.

Morant, being stuck in the fifth seed, should be practicing and watching film instead of going out to party. This is not a good way to drop seeds in the west approaching the postseason.

“I take full responsibility for my actions last night. I’m sorry to my family, teammates, coaches, fans, partners, the city of Memphis and the entire Grizzlies organization for letting you down. I’m going to take some time away to get help and work on learning better methods of dealing with stress and my overall well-being,” says Morant responding to the media the week of March 10th.