Ja Morant puts the wizards in a blender and then attributes his celebration to Dwyane Wade as they had the same moves.
Ja Morant transforms into a human highlight reel as the days pass. He is the undisputed leader of a Memphis Grizzlies team that is currently the third seed in a heavyweight Western Conference and was rewarded for his All-NBA level play with his first-ever All-Nod. -star, as he was selected to be a starter in Cleveland. this season 22.
Anyone who has watched the NBA this season has certainly caught the Grizzles on national TV or on League Pass, as the team is the literal definition of a “League Pass” team. Ja Morant had another stellar outing against the Wizards last night, scoring 34 points while knocking down 4-8 shots from beyond.
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Besides his marked improvement in shooting, Morant also had his usual vertical spacing highlights, landing an alley-oop windmill dunk on an incredible Desmond Bane block on the other end.
He’s also extremely tight with his grip and showed that in the paint with some magic against Wizards.
Ja Morant shouts Dwyane Wade last night.
Ja Morant’s dribbling skills coupled with his hanging time and finishing around the rim made the highlight of last night. Following that move, Ja hit an iconic celebratory dance move that Dwyane Wade did after his devastating dunk against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
to yell @Dwyane Wade 😂😂💪🏽 https://t.co/3rMa714rAX
—Ja Morant (@Ja Morant) January 30, 2022
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Of course, this “dunk” from Wade was more than a normal dunk as it was a spinning move off the baseline that turned into a monster two-handed poster on Kendrick Perkins.
Ja Morant also yelled at her parents for that same highlight, saying her parents told her to let loose during that game.