Yes Morant plans to leave social networks during his recovery process

Memphis Grizzlies star Yes Morant assured this Tuesday that he plans to sideline social networks during his process of mental recovery and stress management, in his initial statements after being suspended for eight games for posting a video on Instagram with a gun in a nightclub.

“I won’t do any of that,” Morant said, referring to his usual live videos on Instagram or posts on Twitter that he used to post.

Morant, who has been going to a counseling center in Florida in recent weeks to learn how to manage stress, assured that this process is not yet complete.

“I’m super happy to be back with my teammates. I’m working on finding my best version and that will help not only me, but also my teammates,” he said.

“Being away from my teammates is what hurt me the most,” he added.

He also acknowledged that he has made “bad decisions” in the past.

The Grizzlies star, one of the brightest young talents in the NBA, posted a live video to Instagram in the early hours of March 4 showing him shirtless and gun in hand at the nightclub.

“I take full responsibility for my actions last night. I apologize to my family, teammates, coaches, fans, employees, the city of Memphis and the entire franchise,” Morant wrote in a note at the time, after his team released him. suspended.

Morant has served his eight-game suspension and will compete again this Wednesday in the Grizzlies’ home game against the Houston Rockets.

Source: El heraldo