Mother of teen suing Ja Morant for punch says they are not open to resolving the case.  

After nearly two years of litigation, Memphis Grizzlies star point guard Ja Morant's legal complaint over a punch thrown during a basketball game appears to be extending further, with the hit teen's mother saying they have no plans to settle the case.  

Shelby County Circuit Court Judge Carol Chumney ruled Friday morning that the attorneys for Joshua Holloway  

the youngster he is accused of hitting, can withdraw from the case.   

Myca Clay, the mother, spoke to the media thereafter, saying she is "not open" to resolving the case.  

"My main priority is to get justice for Joshua," Clay told reporters following the hearing.   

"This matter has been ongoing for nearly 23 months, and there have been some terrible incidents.   

I am only trying to achieve justice for my son. I'm not willing to settle the matter.  

I just want justice, and genuine justice, and I believe that our court system has failed us."  

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