Markieff Morris said he will play in Game 2 despite spraining his ankle badly in Game 1.
“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.”
Morris landed on the foot of Al Horford after attempting a jump shot.
Morris was asked if he felt Horford undercut him.
“I’m not sure. I’m [going to] ask him though.”
“I’ve looked at it a couple times,” Morris said about the replay of the injury. “It’s not really that pretty so, couldn’t really watch it too much.”