Two one of the most troublemaking people in NBA History: Ja Morant and Dillon Brooks


Photo by Rob Goldberg Ja Morant and Dillon Brooks standing on the court after beating the Dallas Mavericks by 16 points!

Three ways to describe these two players:
1. Good teammates
2. Great chemistry
3. Troublesome

Snapshot taken by ESPN by of Dillon Brooks.

So today, I will be talking about how these two are the most troubled teammates in NBA history.

Dillon Brooks is becoming one of the most hated NBA players as of right now. Starting fights, trash talking, and being trash. He scuffles during plays with Donovan Mitchell, Joel Embiid, James Harden, and many other rivals he runs up against. Brooks is not who he thinks he is. He’s basically impulsive who really does nothing but score a few points and calls it a day. As of this NBA season,he’s scoring 14.1 PPG (Points Per Game). I can go on and on about this garbage player, but I have to talk about his other trouble-making teammate.


Snapshot taken by ESPN of Ja Morant.

Where do I begin with Ja Morant? First off, he’s an incredible player and I like really enjoy his playstyle. But, even with all the good things he displays, it doesn’t change the fact that Ja is troublesome off the court. First, he beat up a 17 year old kid during a pickup game at his house; flashed a gun on his IG (Instagram) live resulting in a suspension for 8 games and Colorado Police investigating him. Third, his squad and him threatened to beat up the head of security guard at a mall. Lastly, his friends threatened and flashed a red laser at the Indiana Pacers staff from a slow-moving SUV. But, I will give Ja some credit. He owned up to his past mistakes and apologized for his incidents and cited that he needs help. Ja Morant has been an incredible player this season averaging 27 PPG this season. As much as I dislike him, I still respect him as an athlete.

It sucks to see talented athletes who display such poor role models to the people that are looking up to them.