Ja Morant is facing serious allegations. The Memphis Grizzlies allegedly threatened a  mall’s security chief during a summertime fight in the parking lot, according to a police report. He also repeatedly punched a 17-year-old last summer and flashed his gun at the teenager.

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The civil complaint was filed by the teen’s mother, but a  criminal probe was not made public until recently. The boy claimed that Morant re-entered his home and came out holding a revolver. Meanwhile, the Grizzlies player said the teenager left while shouting, “I’m gonna come back and light this place up like fireworks.”

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Morant claimed to have acted in self-defense. He argued that the teenager had actually been the aggressor in the situation, advancing at him and hurling a ball at his head.

Police investigated the all claims for several weeks before passing the matter over to the district attorney’s office in October. However, prosecutors decided that there wasn’t enough evidence to proceed with a case.

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Law enforcement made the decision not to bring any criminal charges against Ja after conducting a thorough investigation. No arrests were made following that incident either.

Thanks to one of the best players in the NBA, Morant, the Grizzlies are second in the western conference this year. The team may only consider trading the star if he is suspended or arrested. Yet, none of these is currently a realistic prospect.