Memphis Grizzlies' Ja Morant has successful surgery, misses season.

Ja Morant's shoulder surgery was successful, per the Memphis Grizzlies, and he is expected to fully recover for the 2024-25 NBA season. 

Morant suffered a shoulder subluxation during a training session on Saturday, leading to his absence in the game against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday. 

Despite initially being on the bench with his arm in a sling, ongoing soreness and instability prompted an MRI, revealing an underlying labral tear in Morant's right shoulder. 

The Grizzlies announced on Monday that Morant would need surgery after the MRI results, forcing him to sit out the remainder of the current NBA season. 

The injury occurred during a training session, causing Morant to miss the game against the Phoenix Suns and subsequently leading to the discovery of the labral tear. 

Morant's absence for the rest of the season was confirmed by the Grizzlies on Monday due to the severity of the shoulder injury. 

The surgery to repair Morant's shoulder was deemed successful by the team, providing optimism for his complete recovery. 

The Grizzlies expect Morant to be fully recovered and ready to play for the 2024-25 NBA season. 


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