UPDATED 2/5, 1:55 p.m. ET: According to Grind City Media's Michael Wallace, Ja Morant and Steph Curry are on good terms after their back-and-forth on Twitter.
Morant said that the two communicated via DM, and there's "mutual respect" between the two.
UPDATED 2/4, 10:25 a.m. ET: Steph Curry chimed in on the Andre Iguodala saga via his Instagram Story.
Morant seems to have caught wind of Steph's post, and replied with a post of his own.
We don't know for sure, but it sure looks like the Memphis Grizzlies rookie is trolling Steph and the Warriors team who recruited Kevin Durant en route to two championships. After someone called on Morant to delete an old tweet praising Curry, he clarified that he is and always has been a fan.
Morant proved it by posting a screenshot of all the times he's praised Curry in the past.
Either way, Morant's status as the Rookie of The Year front runner just went up a notch.
Los Angeles Clippers guard Lou Williams also chimed in with a message for Morant and co.
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It looks like things are getting a bit heated after reports of Andre Iguodala saying he will sit out the rest of the season if the Memphis Grizzlies don't trade him to an agreed-upon team surfaced. Iguodala has yet to play for Memphis after he was traded last summer.
Iguodala and Memphis mutually agreed he would not report to the Grizzlies while the team tried to find a trade partner. The 36-year-old has yet to play after being traded by Golden State to the Grizzlies last summer.— David Aldridge (@davidaldridgedc) February 4, 2020
On Monday, Dillon Brooks told reporters he's looking forward to seeing the former Warriors player and Finals MVP on another team so that they can "show him really what Memphis is about." Prior to that, Brooks called Iggy "a great player." He continued, "I feel like he’s doing the right thing for his career, but we don’t really care... It’s not a distraction at all. I laugh at that type of stuff."
Dillon Brooks on Andre Iguodala: “I cant wait til we find a way to trade him so we can play him and show him really what Memphis is about.”— Mark Giannotto (@mgiannotto) February 4, 2020
Ja Morant and De'Anthony Melton then took to Twitter to echo the statement through the use of emojis.
🤷🏾♂️ https://t.co/Oe9y9idVWF— De’Anthony Melton (@DeAnthonyMelton) February 4, 2020
The Grizzlies biggest rival isn’t a team but one individual player who is ON our roster, what a time to be alive pic.twitter.com/M1HiOdpH7f— Molly Morrison (@mollyhannahm) February 4, 2020
The NBA trade deadline is on Thursday, Feb. 6.