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Ja Morant’s Sister Niya’s Wild Photos Cause A Stir

Ja Morant's Sister Niya's Wild Photos Cause A Stir

Ja Morant’s sister, Niya, saw her wild photos cause something of a stir this week.

Niya, who is 18 years old and committed to Mississippi Valley State University last year, is no stranger to making headlines.

A few months ago, her provocative video set the internet ablaze right around the time Ja was having his off-the-court problems.

This week it was more of the same.

Niya boasts more than 300,000 followers on social media, so it is very easy for her to go viral. And that is precisely what she did with some wild photos she opted to share with her fans:

 

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While Niya is off doing her own thing, Ja is preparing to make his big Memphis Grizzlies come back in a few weeks. He is currently in the midst of serving a 25-game suspension, but with 17 games in the books, a return is imminent.

Once he gets back, Ja will need to put in a lot of work. The Grizzlies are currently 4-13 on the year and sit at the bottom of the Western Conference. That is a far cry from them having homecourt advantage in last year’s playoffs.

Ja obviously has made headlines for a lot off the court stuff. Between the way he treated dancers at the club, the ladies he is currently messing with, and just his never-ending cascade of dramas, it has been one thing after another.

That said, none of it will matter if he returns to the Grizzlies and leads them back to the top of the West.

Will Ja be able to restore some semblance of respectability to his career in 2023? Time will tell, but either way, his sister Niya will be there rooting him on every step of the way.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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