Morant made his first appearance after being suspended! Frankly don’t tolerate any violence: that gun doesn’t belong to me.
On March 16th, Beijing time, NBA officials announced that Morant was suspended for eight games without pay. Morant also accepted an exclusive interview with ESPN at the first time. After being suspended, he appeared for the first time, talked about the current situation and said that the gun did not belong to him.
"This is not the real me. I don’t tolerate any kind of violence, Vòng 15 của Premier League, 3-2 của West Ham, và Munt, chị dâu của Chelsea, đã không cứu được Chúa. but I must be responsible for my actions," Morant said in an interview. "I put myself at a disadvantage." Morant stressed that the gun he waved during the IG live broadcast on March 5th did not belong to him, but he admitted that it was foolish to take up arms for the whole world to see.The 23-year-old defender revealed that he has been talking to therapists for the past 11 days and trying to learn from his mistakes. "I feel in good spirits, vương miện châu á năm 2020. " Morant said. "I have been talking to the therapist. I have been doing reiki therapy, trying different ways to manage emotions and releasing all these things from my body. "In the past year, Morant was involved in a number of "gun-related" trước khi bị phơi bày, huấn luyện viên thượng hải pereira đã trở thành huấn luyện viên của ba-ga-corinthi. incidents, but neither the police nor the NBA had sufficient evidence to prove that he was really guilty. However, Morant’s behavior still had a very bad influence. Earlier, NBA officials announced that Morant would be suspended for eight games without pay. He has been suspended for five games, with three games left (including today’s game against the Heat), and he can return as early as March 21st against the lone ranger. An eight-match ban will cost Morant $668,659 in salary.