Wizards forward Markieff Morris underwent surgery today…

Wizards forward Markieff Morris underwent surgery today to repair a sports hernia. The procedure, which went as expected, was performed by Dr. Michael Brunt at the Barnes-Jewish Hospital Center for Advanced Medicine in St. Louis, MO.

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Morris, 28, will undergo sports hernia surgery Friday in St. Louis, according to several people with knowledge of the situation. While the timeline for his return to basketball activities is undetermined until surgery is complete, it should be expected that Morris will miss at least Wizards training camp, which begins Tuesday in Richmond. Morris recently received the diagnosis for surgery, according to a source, after spending parts of the summer working out in preparation for the upcoming season.
Marcus Morris:I wouldn't play for another team unless I'm on that team. Smooth playing on a sprained ankle. I didn't expect anything less.
Abby Chin: Markieff Morris moving and shooting on that L ankle at #Wizards shoot around. Game-time decision. Kelly Oubre gets the start if he can't go. pic.twitter.com/MFlTLta6Me

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Candace Buckner: Markieff Morris: "I'm playing tomorrow. That's final." Says his swelling has gone down a lot and will keep receiving treatment.
J. Michael Falgoust: Morris said Horford walked up to him after he want down: "He said my fault. That was his words." #WizCeltics #WASatBOS
Markieff Morris has needed round-the-clock treatment after spraining his left ankle during the Washington Wizards’ 123-111 loss to the Boston Celtics in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals on Sunday afternoon. However, Morris announced he will be ready for Game 2 on Tuesday night. “I’m playing tomorrow. It’s final,” Morris said with conviction Monday afternoon. “There’s nothing the doctors can say to me for me not to be able to play.”
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.
Chase Hughes: Otto Porter is out tonight with back spasms, Keef Morris (ankle) is in vs. Heat.
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.
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