Ja Morant’s father rooting for Jazz

Tee Morant, daddy of Memphis Grizzlies star Ja Morant, had an awful confrontation with Utah Jazz fans throughout their first-round series, however that obviously didn’t ruin his sensations about his boy’s challengers.

Allure removed the Grizzlies in 5 video games on Wednesday, ending a series that made headings when 3 Utah fans were forever prohibited for heckling Morant’s household throughout Video game 2. After Video game 5, Tee Morant was seen exchanging words with Jazz star Donovan Mitchell.

His words, through ESPN’s Tim MacMahon:

“Hey yo, I’m going for y’all right now. Why? Y’all didn’t have to do that. Y’all didn’t have to show love to us like that.

“This is what I’m stating: When s*** spoils and after that you connect, that’s how you bridge the space. Many people do not understand that. That’s why I value you, which’s why I hope allure win the champion.”

Morant and some family members were in attendance after receiving an all-expenses paid trip and courtside seats from the Jazz, though his wife Jamie declined the invite.

The Game 2 incident involving the Morants was one of many incidents involving bad behavior from fans during the playoffs. One of the three banned fans allegedly told Tee Morant “I’ll put a nickel in your back and view you dance, kid,” while 2 others made awful remarks about his partner. Tee likewise declared to have actually heard fans calling the household of Grizzlies safeguard Dillon Brooks “half-breeds.” 

Morant did report positive interactions with fans as well, though. One report from McMahon indicated that he and some other Jazz fans had been exchanging good-natured trash talk during Game 2, and the family reported nothing but good interactions during Game 5.

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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.