Memphis Grizzlies guard Ja Morant has his career goals set. Aside from multiple All-Stars and MVP awards, Morant is determined to be one of the best, or the greatest to do it when he calls it a career.

In an interview with Hoops Hype, Morant opened up about his long-term goals in his career. Of course like any other player in the NBA, the 22-year-old wants to be a legitimate All-Star and one of the top players in the league.

“Multiple All-Stars. I want to be an MVP. Win championships. I want to be in that conversation when it’s all said and done to be considered with the greatest to ever play this game,” Morant said.

Ja Morant already considers himself a Top 5 point guard in the NBA, and while it's a bold claim, it's not without merit. After all, he led the Memphis Grizzlies to the playoffs in just his second year–taking down Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors in the process.

With the way he performed in 2020-21, the Grizzlies youngster is certainly poised to make his first All-Star team this upcoming campaign. While it will be hard considering how loaded the West is with superstar guards–like Curry, Damian Lillard, Russell Westbrook, Luka Doncic, Chris Paul and Donovan Mitchell to name a few–Morant surely has the tools to be in the same conversation.

Morant averaged 19.1 points, 4.0 rebounds and 7.4 assists per game in his second season. Considering he has increased his averages, it is safe to assume he can take a similar leap entering his third year as a pro.