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Markieff Morris (illness) is off the injury report and is presumably available to play in Wednesday's contest against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Morris was previously listed on the injury report for a non-covid illness, but it appears that he is over it and will be good to go for Wednesday. The veteran forward has barely cracked the rotation during the playoffs, so his presence will likely have a minimal effect on the Heats' lineup.
Markieff Morris has been cleared to play Monday, Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports.
Morris was listed questionable before, but has since been upgraded to available for Game 1 against the 76ers. The 32-year-old veteran didn't appear in any games in the first round against the Hawks when healthy, and he isn't expected to crack the rotation Monday.
Markieff Morris (illness) is listed as questionable to play in Monday's contest against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Morris is dealing with a non-covid illness that will leave his status for Monday up in the air. The severity of his illness isn't yet known, but it's thought to be minor and he's day-to-day for the time being. If the veteran can't go Monday, fantasy managers can look for Duncan Robinson and P.J. Tucker (calf) to see additional minutes in his absence.
Heat F Markieff Morris is considered questionable for Friday's Game 3 against the Atlanta Hawks according to the South Florida Sun Sentinel's Ira Winderman.
Markieff Morris has been nursing a strained left hip flexor for a while now and is expected to play though the questionable status. Morris has not played since April 3 but his return to the court is expected Friday night. Morris could be on a minutes restriction given the nearly three week lay off so best to steer clear for now other than a cheap fade move in DFS tournaments.
Markieff Morris is available for Tuesday's Game 2, according to Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
Morris was listed questionable earlier, however, he'll be available Tuesday against the Hawks. The 32-year old received a DNP-Coach's Decision in Game 1, so there's a good chance he won't crack the rotation for Game 2.