Good news comes for the Memphis Grizzlies fans. Ruki, who they chose in second place in the 2019 NBA Draft, Ja Morant, revealed that he had recovered. Previously, Ja underwent surgery on his knee in June. The operation also made him fail to appear in the 2019 NBA Summer League.
“I’m quite healthy, I’m 100 percent healthy now. “Now I’m focused on returning my game to the level I was before injury and it seems like I’m at that point now,” Ja told media crews. “The healing process is arguably very difficult. However, my team-mates made everything easy. I am also happy to be able to help them become champions in the Summer League even though they did not play right away, ”he continued
Without Ja, Grizzlies still managed to grab the title in the 2019 NBA Summer League. His role as leader on the field was replaced by another ruki, Brandon Clarke. Brandon himself closed the tournament by bringing home the MVP title.
A heavy task was already waiting for Ja as he returned to the team. Mike Conley’s exchange for the Utah Jazz is proof that Grizzlies intends to make Ja the main attacker of the team. On the other hand, he was with Brandon and Jaren Jackson Jr. will be a trio of young players who are expected to be able to improve the achievements of a team that has continued to decline in the last two seasons.
You could say a complete package for a guard. Playing for Murray State University at the NCAA last season, he packed 24.5 points, 5.1 rebounds and 10.0 assists per game. The overall accuracy is not good enough with a record FG% 49.9 percent. However, for matters of tripoin, the record 36.3 percent is arguably quite capable. Even from the free line, Ja is quite efficient with 81.3 percent of its shots meeting the target. (DRMK)