Memphis Grizzlies star Ja Morant will not be charged with a crime following an investigation from the Glendale Police Department after the guard appeared on video in a club holding what appeared to be a gun Friday night. Here’s what you need to know

The department determined the incident took place at Shotgun Willies, a nightclub in Glendale during their lawful operating hours, and that they were “not able to determine that probable cause existed for the filing of any charges.” 

The police department added that “no one was threatened or menaced with the firearm, and in fact no firearm was ever located.”

Morant has been away from Memphis since March 3, when the Grizzlies fell to the Nuggets. After the game, Morant was seen in an Instagram Live video flashing what appeared to be a gun in a nightclub.

In a statement later Saturday, Morant said he takes “full responsibility for his actions last night” and is “going to take some time away to get help and work on learning better methods of dealing with stress and overall well-being.”

On Saturday, the Grizzlies announced that Morant “will be away from the team for at least the next two games,” after an NBA spokesman said the league was investigating a social media post showing the video of Morant in the club.

Morant is averaging 27.1 points per game this season for Memphis, which is in a tie for the second-best record in the Western Conference as of March 7.