Law Murray: The LA Clippers are officially listing Marcus Morris Sr. as probable for tomorrow night vs Mavericks Jason Preston, Kawhi Leonard remain out. Nicolas Batum in health and safety protocols. Keon Johnson in G League.
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Andrew Greif: Ty Lue, speaking before Clippers/Bulls, says that there has been some progression with Marcus Morris (knee), in that he’s back playing some five-on-five. Said he wasn’t sure if he’ll make next week’s road trip.
Andrew Greif: Serge Ibaka and Marcus Morris recovery updates: “I don’t know,” said Ty Lue.
Law Murray: Marcus Morris Sr. will miss tomorrow’s game against the Cavs (left knee), per Clippers Serge Ibaka also out, Keon Johnson questionable
Mark Medina: Clippers coach Ty Lue said Marcus Morris Sr. told him “he feels good” and will play in Game 4
Mirjam Swanson: As Ty Lue mentioned, Kawhi Leonard (knee) and Serge Ibaka (back surgery) are officially out for Game 4. Marcus Morris Sr. isn’t listed on the Clippers’ injury report, but Lue said it could again be a game-time call before it’s decided whether he plays on an ailing knee.
Ohm Youngmisuk: Ty Lue says Kawhi Leonard remains out for Game 4. Marcus Morris will be a game-time decision again. Lue said it wasn’t until like 20-30 minutes before Game 3 that they knew Morris would be able to go.
Andrew Greif: Ty Lue says Marcus Morris is still feeling banged up with his left knee, but they’ll get him on the court and see how he reacts.
Dave McMenamin: Marcus Morris Sr. will play tonight in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals, league sources tell ESPN
Law Murray: Tyronn Lue says that Marcus Morris Sr. Is a gametime decision.
Ohm Youngmisuk: Marcus Morris is not on the latest injury report for the Clippers but Ty Lue did say he was uncertain about Morris’ knee.
Mark Medina: Clippers coach Ty Lue said Kawhi Leonard is out for Game 2. He added Marcus Morris Sr. “is still experiencing soreness” and “getting treatment around the clock.” His status unclear for Game 2
Mirjam Swanson: The Clippers’ deal tomorrow vs. Denver: All these guys are OUT: Paul George (right foot soreness), Pat Beverley (right knee soreness), Serge Ibaka (lower back tightness), Rajon Rondo (right adductor soreness). Marcus Morris Sr is questionable (right calf contusion).
Mirjam Swanson: Ty Lue on Marcus Morris’ status, “I think he’s gonna go through his routine” and then decide. And Terance Mann is starting in Kawhi’s spot.
Andrew Greif: Kawhi Leonard is questionable to play vs. Washington, Clippers say, because of back spasms that sidelined him vs. Boston. Marcus Morris (concussion) is doubtful. Patrick Patterson (personal reasons) is out.
Jamie Hudson: Clippers Injury Report: Kawhi Leonard (mouth; laceration) is questionable; Marcus Morris Sr. (right knee; soreness) is out vs. Blazers tonight
LA Clippers forward Marcus Morris is listed as out for Tuesday’s season opener against the Lakers because of right knee soreness. Morris did not play in any of the Clippers’ three preseason games this month, and coach Ty Lue had previously seemed pessimistic about Morris’ chances to be ready for the regular-season opener.
Mirjam Swanson: Clippers report: Marcus Morris Sr. is the only one listed as out tomorrow (right knee soreness).
Mirjam Swanson: Ty Lue in his Zoom seat, on Marcus Morris Sr.’s status: “No timetable as of right now. Just taking it day by day. Every day our sports science team see what’s best for Marcus.”
Chris Iseman: Knicks say Marcus Morris (sore left Achilles) is doubtful for tonight. Taj Gibson (illness) is questionable. Wayne Ellington is still out.
John Karalis: Marcus Morris is officially available tonight
Mark Murphy: Trainers told Brad Stevens they weren’t comfortable clearing Brown to play tonight. Morris apparently felt better after extra shooting, and according to Stevens will be a game-time decision.
Jared Weiss: Celtics upgrade Marcus Morris to questionable for a seeding smack down tonight in Indy.
Chris Forsberg: Celtics say Marcus Morris (knee soreness) is OUT, while Jaylen Brown (back spasms) is DOUBTFUL vs Pacers. Al Horford is probable with knee soreness.
Adam Himmelsbach: Stevens says Jaylen and Morris officially out.
John Karalis: No Kyrie Irving or Marcus Morris on the injury list so they seem to be available against the Lakers tomorrow. Baynes is out. Robert Williams is questionable
Scott Souza: Al Horford and Marcus Morris both officially back in #Celtics starting lineup tonight. Gordon Hayward & Semi Ojeleye coming off the bench.
Matt Velazquez: Brad Stevens confirms Al Horford, Marcus Morris and Aron Baynes are all out tonight. Those three have all spent time guarding Giannis in the past, leaving Semi Ojeleye as one of the only C’s left with experience regularly covering him. Should make things interesting tonight.
John Karalis: Brad on Marcus Morris: he went through stuff this morning, he didn’t feel great, so he’s not going to play today
John Karalis: Marcus Morris says his knee issue is probably tendinitis but he won’t get any imaging. He’ll be reevaluated tomorrow
Jared Weiss: Marcus Morris has been upgraded to available to play tonight against the Raptors.
Jared Weiss: Marcus Morris has been upgraded to questionable (illness) for tomorrow night’s game against the Raptors.
Jared Weiss: Stevens: “We’re better with Marcus (Morris), there’s no doubt about it. We need him back A-S-A-P.” Yes, he spelled out ASAP. pic.twitter.com/fvdi5UwuRY
Candace Buckner: Markieff Morris has cleared the concussion protocol and as Scott Brooks points out, the #Wizards have their “entire roster ready to play” for the first time this season.
Mark Murphy: Marcus Morris said he’s playing tonight. Had been questionable because of knee soreness.
Sean Grande: Marcus Morris and Al Horford will both return tonight. Jaylen Brown (toe) will play. Shane Larkin (ill) is out.
Adam Himmelsbach: Marcus Morris will play. Jaylen will start.
Marc D’Amico: #NEBHInjuryReport: Jaylen Brown is back and will start tonight against the Kings. Marcus Morris is out with a sprained ankle but should “be back sooner rather than later,” says Brad Stevens.
A. Sherrod Blakely: Both #Celtics Marcus Morris and Kyrie Irving are expected to play tonight vs the Toronto Raptors.
A. Sherrod Blakely: The #Celtics Kyrie Irving (right quadriceps bruise) and Marcus Morris (sore left hip/butt) are both questionable for Tuesday night game vs #Raptors.
Bill Doyle: Of the injured Celtics, Kyrie Irving and Marcus Morris are the most likely to play Sunday against Portland, according to Brad Stevens. Marcus Smart and Shane Larkin aren’t as close to returning.
Bill Doyle: Celtics announce Marcus Morris has bruised left hip and won’t return tonight.
Jay King: Morris said knee feels “a lot better than we all expected” at this point. Was “totally fine” after yesterday’s practice then again during today’s game.
A. Sherrod Blakely: The #Celtics Marcus Smart will start for Jaylen Brown who is out with leg injury. Also, no Marcus Morris (left knee) or Semi Ojeleye (back).
A. Sherrod Blakely: Marcus Morris said as of now, he’s not likely to be in the lineup for the #Hornets game on Wednesday. Also said there’s a chance he will get another prp injection sometime this week.
Marc D’Amico: #NEBHInjuryReport for tonight in NY: Jaylen Brown – QUESTIONABLE (left Achilles soreness) Shane Larkin – OUT (left knee soreness) Marcus Morris – OUT (left knee rehab)
Marc D’Amico: #NEBHInjuryReport: Daniel Theis (broken nose) is questionable for Wednesday night’s game against the Miami Heat. Marcus Morris (sore knee) is ruled out.
“Really hoping to play Christmas [against the Washington Wizards],” he said before Friday night’s game against the Utah Jazz. “Maybe a game before that just to get warmed to it. I will probably be on limited minutes.” Morris said he still doesn’t know the source of the pain, which began shortly after he arrived at training camp upon being found not guilty in his assault trial in Arizona. He said it was almost pain-free when he sustained a bruise that forced him out of the lineup.
Jay King: Marcus Morris said he hopes to play on Christmas Day against his brother, maybe before then too. Hoping for a return sometime next week.
Brian Robb: Marcus Morris said he aggravated knee injury before Spurs game with a contusion. Said he was playing at 60 percent that game.
Scott Souza: #Celtics Brad Stevens: Marcus Morris remains out. Will not go on trip. Doctors not advising surgery, say strengthening knee should help it heal. No structural damage.
Chris Forsberg: Celtics say Al Horford will sit out Wednesday vs Nuggets for rest. Kyrie Irving (quad) is probable. Marcus Morris (knee) is out again.
Shams Charania: Sources: Boston forward Marcus Morris is expected to miss extended time as he and the team work on solution for nagging left knee.
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Ryan Ward: LeBron on if he’s seen enough to say this Lakers squad is a finished product: “No, I have not.” He did say, however, he “loved” how Rob Pelinka and Frank Vogel assembled the team.
Mike Trudell: LeBron on how he’s feeling right now given how few games he’s played, especially considering he hasn’t played more than four consecutive games: “I feel decent physically. I’m still getting back to where I was before the (initial abdominal strain).”
Mike Trudell: Asked about watching his son play in Saturday’s showcase, LeBron said he still thinks about playing w/him one day. He said Bronny’s dream is to play in NBA: “He has my support and my blueprint. With health and a little bit of luck, that would be the ultimate thing.”
Admiral Capital Group, a New York-based real estate investment firm co-founded by NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson, has made another office buy in North Texas. Admiral Capital has been acquiring properties in the Dallas-Fort Worth area since 2019. The investor’s latest purchase is an almost 200,000-square-foot office campus in Plano. The Apex building is at 3033 W. Bush Turnpike near Independence Parkway.
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