David Aldridge: Morris said it was the worst ankle sprain he’s ever suffered. Thought initially he broke it.
Markieff Morris said he will definitely play in Game 2. Said that team wanted him to sit rest of game with ankle injury, see bigger picture for entire series.
Bill Doyle: Brooks said Morris's sprained ankle doesn't look good, but he's not sure on his availability for Game 2.
Candace Buckner: Brooks: "Keef, it was tough losing him," but #Wizards still have to figure out how to compete.
Brian Robb: Morris appeared to land on Horford's foot and rolled his ankle pretty badly there. He's still down on the floor.
Chris Mannix: Al Horford approaches, apologizes to Markief Morris. Horford accidentally slid under Morris on that shot, caused a nasty ankle twist.
Washington Wizards’ starting power forward Markieff Morris will sit out Thursday’s game at the New York Knicks due to a sore right ankle, Coach Scott Brooks confirmed.
Markieff Morris only lasted 10 minutes Friday because of what the Wizards called cramping in his left calf, but CSNmidatlantic.com was told by a person with knowledge of the situation that it could be a mild strain -- similar but not as severe as the ailment that kept Nene on the shelf earlier this season.
June 25, 2021 | 12:06 am EDT Update
Ohm Youngmisuk: Reggie Jackson says Clippers have “empowered me” to be able to take and hit big timely shots that have given Clips momentum time and time again in the postseason. He said despite not playing in games during his Clips career to now being a huge shot-maker, they’ve supported him.
StatMuse: There are only 2 players in NBA history to average 3+ three-pointers on 65 TS% in a single playoff run (min 15 games): 1. Steph Curry in 2017 2. Reggie Jackson in 2021 Reggie is averaging 18 PPG on 51/42/88% this playoffs. pic.twitter.com/OGL1D6EDIV
Ohm Youngmisuk: Reggie Jackson said Patrick Beverley was animated at halftime imploring team to not let go of the rope and playing even harder in second half. It showed as Clippers played like their season was on the line.
Kellan Olson: Monty Williams said he thought he probably played Chris Paul too much. Said he hasn’t done anything for 10 days. He noted he did have to play him extended minutes to some extent with Cam Payne’s injury.