Following alarming remarks that the Memphis Grizzlies star posted on his Instagram account, Tennessee police launched a welfare check on Ja Morant.
Before saying "bye," Morant honored his parents and daughter in the posts from Wednesday.
The Shelby County Sheriff's Office confirmed to TMZ that Morant, 23, is "doing fine" after the agency checked on him at his residence.
Two months after he was involved in a similar incident, Morant displayed a gun in an Instagram Live video, which led to the Grizzlies suspending him earlier this month.
The league suspended Morant for eight games in March after he was seen on camera brandishing a gun in a Colorado party.
Morant declared, "My words may not mean much right now, but I take full accountability for my actions," following his most recent suspension. I'm determined to keep improving myself.
It was troubling that Morant's behavior existed even prior to his most recent suspension.