Ja Morant was sitting courtside for NBA Summer League action on Sunday as the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Minnesota Timberwolves, 71-63. As the evening wore on, Morant's attention strayed and he was eventually caught on the broadcast holding up his phone to show everyone some Google image results. As someone was very quickly able to figure out, he had searched for "Matt Lewis," who is on the Timberwolves Summer League squad.
While Morant may have been looking for info on the undrafted guard out of James Madison who spent last season with the Iowa Wolves, he instead found Matthew Lewis who played Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter franchise. The second line of images is Matt K. Lewis, a columnist for The Daily Beast.
This is probably not the first time this has happened to Lewis. But it is definitely the first time an NBA star got caught looking up a Harry Potter actor while sitting courtside at one of this own team's games.