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Marcus Morris updates the media on his condition following his fall during the Knicks game

Marcus Morris updates the media on his condition following his fall during the Knicks game

Marcus Morris

How are you feeling?
“Sore, very sore. I’m going to go home and ice and see how I feel tomorrow.”

Do you anticipate this will keep you out thru this weekend?
“I’m not sure. I’m thinking I’m just going to see how it goes. It might be 48 hours. It might go away tomorrow, it might linger, I’m not sure yet.”

Re What was going through your head when you fell?
“At first I thought I didn’t hear one whistle for a foul or any whistle. I feel like there should have been something instead of just continuing to let the ball go. Other than that I knew I was going to be sore, but I was able to get up and walk off.”

Re Taking control of the game:
“I think we played great defense on them. Terry Rozier on both sides of the ball was tremendous. Congrats to him on his first triple double. He’s one of our toughest competitors and I think he changed the game with his intensity, moving the ball from side to side. JB (Jaylen Brown) had a crazy dunk and I think that shocked them (Knicks) a little bit too.”

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