This image of Ja Morant now exists; An image of suffering, as Jesus Christ in the arms of Mary Magdalene in the painting by Annibale Carracci: lying on a folding chair, the towel rolled over his shoulders, his head raised to the side, his eyes closed. It’s a dramatic moment in the NBA playoffs, because the Memphis Grizzlies leader’s injury is actually given meaning for archetypal pedigree — it’s about basic questions in basketball: When is a prankster unsportsmanlike or even intentionally sneaky? And what can you do about this?
It is the best of the seven best series of games between the Grizzlies and the Golden State Warriors. During the first match, the Warriors threw a Draymond Green buffalo rooting from the ground for a blunt foul – this also sparked controversy. Two days later, Green had to have stitches in his right eye after sustaining a blow to the elbow, and fellow colleague Gary Payton had to go to the hospital with a broken elbow after being pushed from behind. Warriors coach Steve Kerr called the Grizzlies’ play “sloppy.” Green has declared that he can also play dirty – which comes out of his mouth, a bit like teammate Steve Curry says he can also throw some balls in the basket.
Then, Game Four: Warriors point guard Jordan Bull chases Morant, he wants to steal the ball but fails on the first try. Trying again, he grabbed his opponent’s right knee and pulled it back. Morant leaves the field, assumes Pieta standing on the folding chairs, then writes TwitterThat Paul “break the code”. Permission to indict: Paul intentionally or at least consciously intentionally injured him. You don’t.
When is an error really “dirty”? They are discussing this after an action against Ja Morant in the NBA
The entry has since been deleted, but the controversy persists – mainly because Morant missed Game Five on Monday night, but Paul played. The Warriors won an astonishingly exciting game 101:98, as they took a 3:1 lead in the quarterfinals. They took the lead for the first time with 45.7 seconds left, and Curry’s shooting skills and Green’s defensive skills were the deciding factors—and, of course, the Grizzlies’ lack of Morant.
In these qualifiers, he presented other images that could not be compared with paintings, because even the universal genius Michelangelo could not have guessed that one day a person would be able to fly without aid: conceited storms around opponents like the Tasmanian devil; He also has the mane of a Tasmanian devil, with colorful braids in it. Then he took off, and completely separated from the ground, Ja Morant flew, completely weightless. He defies the laws of physics, with his body, but also with the curves of the ball’s flight, which he maneuvers into the basket from the most unusual angles.
Anyone who sees Morant’s gamble should consider Michael Jordan, whose anonymous logo represents a world-renowned brand. From Allen Iverson, the last true NBA basketball player, to Morant, whose history is proof that not everyone starts at the age of three. Since then, he has subjected his life to the dream of professional sports before investing an average six-figure sum in tutoring.
Morant is a spectacle because since being named Rookie of the Year in 2020, he has become a pro at gambling and has added weapons like long range throws. The gameplay is exciting, but also dangerous because it is constantly attacked by many opponents, hitting other players when it flies above the ground and often landing unbalancedly.
The National Basketball Association is marketing this spectacle, protecting its players with stricter rules than in the 1980s, when opponents could be faced off the field without fear of suspension. But she also doesn’t want to become a weak league where nothing is allowed anymore; Hence the dreaded term “match foul”. It should mean: Now that the title is on the line, you can play a little tighter, even if the official rules don’t say anything about it – but what exactly does that mean? That’s what the discussion is about and also the “code” Morant mentioned after his injury.
So, when Green pulls off his opponent’s floating shirt; When the Grizzlies-Canadian Dillon Brooks, jump warrior Gary Payton Jr. Pushes from behind the elbow in Green’s face. Morant’s Twisted Knee: Could It Be Deliberate Unsportsmanship Behavior or ‘Section Errors’? There is no answer because there are no clear rules that everyone interprets differently. The judges decide after watching the videos. They are criticized for it – no matter how they interpret the regulations. The gray area for “qualifying errors” is as big as the playing field. The NBA should downsize urgently, for the benefit of all involved.
Morant watched this fourth game from behind his Grizzlies seat, gray jacket, and hoodie. Position: sad, arms crossed over chest. He resembled Francis of Assisi in Carragee. It also has an angel with wings ready to fly. Morant could be up and running again for game five on Wednesday.