Moneybagg Yo and Gorilla Cheer for Ja Morant's Memorable Homecoming in Memphi

GloRilla and Moneybagg Yo Rally Behind Ja Morant's Triumphant Return to Memphi
Indiana Pacers v Memphis Grizzlies
Indiana Pacers v Memphis Grizzlies / Justin Ford/GettyImages

GloRilla and Moneybagg Yo graced the audience at the Grizzlies' December 21 game, witnessing Ja Morant's remarkable comeback to his hometown court after a 25-game suspension.

The game against the Pacers not only showcased Morant's comeback but also highlighted the Grizzlies' recent success, as they secured a 13-point victory.

Moneybagg Yo was spotted connecting with Morant post-game, while GloRilla passionately supported the team from her courtside seats. Despite Morant's impressive 20-point contribution, the Grizzlies' overall record stands at 8-19 for the season, reflecting a challenging start. Desmond Bane emerged as a standout player with a team-high 31 points in the recent victory. The Grizzlies are set to face the Hawks in their upcoming game on Saturday.

In a noteworthy aside, Lil Wayne expressed his desire for Ja Morant to become the face of the NBA after LeBron James retires. Wayne emphasized Morant's impact on the entertainment factor of the league, drawing parallels to the era of Michael Jordan. He highlighted Morant's ability to make the Grizzlies competitive and captivating, much like the iconic players of the past.

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This convergence of celebrity presence, Morant's comeback, and Lil Wayne's endorsement paint a dynamic picture of the NBA landscape, where emerging talents take center stage and the league evolves with each game. As Morant continues to make headlines, fans eagerly anticipate the unfolding narrative of the NBA season.

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