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There is no timetable for Ja Morant, here on March 3, to return to the team after posting a video that showed him holding a gun.

(CNN) — Memphis Grizzlies head coach Taylor Jenkins said on Sunday there is no timetable for star guard Ja Morant to return to the team after posting a video of himself on his Instagram live on Saturday in which he appeared to be holding a gun.

"There's not a definitive timeline," Jenkins said while speaking to reporters before Sunday night's game against the Los Angeles Clippers.

"We have said that it'll be at least these two games. We are taking it a day at a time. This is going to be an ongoing healing process. I can't comment on the terms of the exact timetable is going to be because this really isn't a timetable situation."

On Saturday, the Grizzlies announced Morant would "be away from the team for at least the next two games," after posting the video.

In the clip, posted early Saturday morning and shared widely on social media, the 23-year-old briefly flashes what appears to be a gun while reportedly listening to music at a nightclub, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Morant later apologized via his representation for the video and said he would "take some time away to get help and work on learning better methods of dealing with stress and my overall well-being."

The star point guard's Instagram and Twitter accounts were deactivated soon after.

The league is investigating the star point guard and the video, an NBA spokesperson told CNN.

Jenkins said Morant understood he's made some "difficult decisions and poor decisions in the past."

"That's why you see in his statement — it speaks for itself. He understands he's got to get help to get to a better place, not just for himself but also for his team," Jenkins said.

"He's definitely embracing the mistakes that he's made but only time will tell. We are going to support him and we are going to hold him accountable to make those changes."

When asked about how the team felt about the video, Jenkins said they take it "very seriously."

"There are two elements to this I want to make very clear," Jenkins said. "There's a supportive element. Someone that's got to get better and needs some help. And then also there's accountability to the team that we got to stand for.

"Obviously, nationwide — league-wide — there's a lot of attention on gun violence. For us internally on this matter, that's the stance we've taken on this about how we can support Ja throughout this growth opportunity. It's a learning opportunity. Hopefully, we can be better from it."

Jenkins reiterated the team will continue to support Morant through the process.

"We love him. We want what's best for him. We support him. It's going to be a difficult process, but we got a great group to get through this," Jenkins added.

The 23-year-old Morant, who participated in his second All-Star game last month, is averaging 27.7 points, 6.0 rebounds and 8.2 assists per game this season.

Following tonight's game, Memphis is scheduled to play the Lakers in Los Angeles on Tuesday before returning home to host the Golden State Warriors on Thursday.