Ja Morant of the Grizzlies loses $40 million after failing to make All-NBA.

Wednesday was Decision Day for Memphis Grizzlies standout guard Ja Morant, with $40 million on the line.  

Morant needs to be named All-NBA in order for the contract he signed last summer to be upgraded to super max.  

and two steals per game this season for a Grizzlies club that finished second in the West for the second year in a row,  

Morant did not make any of the three All-NBA teams revealed on Wednesday.  

Morant's problem this year was not on the court.  

Morant's off-court issues, particularly an eight-game suspension for displaying a gun in a Colorado nightclub late in the season, are likely to have cost him a large contract.  

Morant will still receive the highest contract in Grizzlies history: a five-year, 194-million-dollar deal.  

The highest contract in Grizzlies history will continue to be awarded to Morant: a five-year, 194-million-dollar agreement. 

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