Memphis Grizzlies superstar Ja Morant was an avid spectator during the All-Star weekend’s NBA Top 75 festivities. The 22-year-old even made sure that he was coming home with some memorabilia from the momentous occasion, which included a few photos with the legends in attendance.
Morant took a picture with Dwyane Wade, Stephen Curry, and Ray Allen, which were all part of the Top 75. Wade caught wind of the photo and decided to issue a special shoutout for the Grizzlies young stud on Twitter:
See you 25 🤝 12 https://t.co/tXW3bgnRQJ
— DWade (@DwyaneWade) February 22, 2022
In 25 years, the NBA will be celebrating its centennial anniversary. Much like this season, the league will likely come out with a Top 100 all-time players list by then and for Dwyane Wade, he’s already staking Morant’s claim for that esteemed collection of top players.
Based on what we’ve seen from him so far, particularly with his strong play this season, it’s become more and more clear how special Ja Morant truly is. He’s established himself as the generational talent type and much like Wade suggested in his tweet above, the Grizzlies point guard is likely going to make the cut when the NBA decides on their Top 100 list two and a half decades from now. At this point, it’s just inevitable.