Ja Morant is on a personal hiatus from the Memphis Grizzlies without a definitive timetable for a return and Taylor Jenkins attempted to explain on Tuesday why the All-Star hasn't been officially suspended.
"We're keeping those dialogues inside, how we're framing all that stuff. That's our internal business," Jenkins told reporters.
"It's a healing process. If everyone expects something to change overnight, we've got to be due diligence and respectful on that. We're talking about Ja being in a better place personally and also professionally," Jenkins said. "To put a timetable on it, I think, is disrespectful in my opinion. We want to make sure he's in a great place for himself but as a responsible teammate here."
Jenkins provided more clarification postgame saying it's a "day-to-day process" with Morant.