The Memphis Grizzlies are prepared for Ja Morant's reinstatement because they already know what to anticipate.
Although star guard Ja Morant will serve a suspension for conduct detrimental to the league for the first 25 games of the season.
The Memphis Grizzlies have not noticed a decline in ticket sales, and they are aware that his return will be like a "mini opening night," According to Dennis O'Connor, vice president of ticket sales and service.
The number of upcoming games hasn't decreased, according to O'Connor.
"But we anticipate that Dec. 21 — I think is the first home game that Ja will be back — I'm sure that'll be almost like another mini opening night in terms of excitement of us getting our full team."
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The Pelicans game on Dec. 19 is when Morant can make his comeback from his suspension, but it will take place in New Orleans.
His first opportunity to play in front of home supporters is anticipated to be the Pacers game on December 21 at FedExForum.
O'Connor claimed that the Grizzlies' season ticket renewal rate was at an all-time high and that pinnacle and plaza level tickets were completely sold out.
Additionally, those were once again sold out during the previous season. The first occurred in FedExForum's inaugural campaign.