Sources: Grizzlies get $12.4 million exemption for injured Ja Morant.

According to sources who spoke with ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski on Wednesday, the National Basketball Association (NBA) has given the Memphis Grizzlies a disabled player exception of $12.4 million for the season-ending injury sustained by star guard Ja Morant.

In order to take use of the exception, which enables a team to trade for or claim a player who is in the final year of his contract or to sign a free agent to a one-year agreement, 

the Grizzlies have until March 11 to make use of all of the available options.

At the beginning of this month, Morant experienced a dislocation of his right shoulder while he was participating in a training session.  

When the 2024–25 season begins, it is anticipated that he will have fully healed from his injury.

After serving a ban that lasted for 25 games at the beginning of the season, he was only selected to play in nine games for the Grizzlies.

Due to the fact that Morant displayed a firearm while participating in an Instagram Live broadcast, he was given a suspension for conduct that was harmful to the association.

Following a similar incident that occurred during the previous season, he was suspended for eight games.

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