Yes Morant believes healthy Memphis Grizzlies could have won NBA title

Out on that basketball court during the season, there are any number of ways in which Ja Morant is nothing like us. The way he jumps, the way he sees the floor, the way he carries himself, they’ve all coalesced to create a burgeoning NBA superstar.

But out in the world when the offseason arrives, sometimes hidden behind the designer clothes and the diamond necklaces and the stream of consciousness social media posts, Morant often seems to think like us.

Or at least tweet like us.

So it only makes sense that Morant is watching the Western Conference finals just like us.

With a sense of what could have been, and maybe even a tinge of regret.

Memphis Grizzlies guard Ja Morant shoots the ball over Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson during game two of the second round for the 2022 NBA playoffs at FedExForum on Tuesday, May 3, 2022.

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He sent out the “100” emoji over a fan tweet that sounded an awful lot like many conversations being had in living rooms across the area as the Golden State Warriors took a commanding 3-0 series lead on the Dallas Mavericks.

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