• Ja Morant led the Grizzlies to victory in Game 2 against the Timberwolves
  • Morant's toddler daughter was celebrating at courtside
  • The Grizzlies superstar vows to keep the same energy in Game 3

Ja Morant has got the entire FedEx Forum going wild after leading the Memphis Grizzlies to a blowout Game 2 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The Grizzlies came in looking to avoid being two games behind the lower-seeded Timberwolves in their Western Conference first-round series.

The home team ended the first half with a comfortable lead but things got a bit tense when Morant jogged his way to the locker room after hurting his thigh in the third quarter.

Fortunately, the Grizzlies superstar was able to return in the fourth quarter and spearheaded his team to a 124-96 victory.

Morant, who finished the game with 23 points, 10 assists, and nine rebounds, had his family’s support, especially from his toddler daughter, who was courtside during the game.

With the Grizzlies winning, the entire home crowd was hyped and was even singing “whoop that trick” to give the squad an additional boost.

Morant’s daughter was also shown in the arena’s big-screen vibing to the crowd’s chants.

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Speaking after the game, Morant took responsibility for his team’s downfall in Game 1 and swore to keep the “same energy” heading into the next game.

"It was my fault. I put guys in tough situations last game," Morant said during his on-court interview. "My job was to come out and correct that and that's what I did. No point to be mad about game one. There's a lot of basketball to be played. You see what happened."

"We got that same mindset coming into the next one," he added. "Same fire. Same energy."

During the interview, Morant called for his daughter to celebrate with him.

Grizzlies head coach Taylor Jenkins said during his post-game interview that his squad was able to execute their game plan and it certainly got the job done.

"I think, No. 1, it's just executing our game plan," Jenkins said. "I thought the communication was great. I mean, you're not going to stop them. They're still going to get to their spots on the floor. Can you just make it as tough as possible?"

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Ja Morant of the Memphis Grizzlies calling the play as he dribbles the basketball during a game. Getty Images/Christian Petersen