Game 2 between the Memphis Grizzlies and Utah Jazz was another thriller, as Utah ended up taking the victory and knotting the series at 1-1. Morant was sensational despite the loss. However, the game was overshadowed after some incidents regarding Jazz fans and Morant's family, in turn causing the organization to eject and ban those fans from the arena.

Morant took to Twitter on Thursday to react to the incident.

There's simply no place for that in any sport, and Wednesday, in general, was filled with terrible incidents across the NBA. The most infamous being when Washington Wizards star Russell Westbrook got popcorn thrown on him as he was leaving the game in Philadelphia.

The Grizzlies lost after a monster performance by Morant, and it is certainly a good thing that the Jazz organization took a stand and dealt with those fans.

It was an awful day as far as fans are concerned, and a video surfaced of a Knicks fan spitting on Trae Young in Game 2 of the Hawks-Knicks series.

After a full year with no fans in the arena, this isn't what everybody had envisioned when they allowed fans back in. All three home teams from Wednesday dealt with the matter. Hopefully, this will send a message to all fans across the league and sports as a whole in an effort to crack down on such behavior.