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VIDEO: Paul Millsap reacts to Morris' crybaby comment, says it's now personal

VIDEO: Paul Millsap reacts to Morris' crybaby comment, says it's now personal

Markieff Morris called Paul Millsap a "crybaby" following the Wizards' Game 3 loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night and that comment came just in time before Millsap took the podium.

That offered reporters to toss the quote back to Millsap and get his reaction. Millsap had a pretty good line about Morris needing to go back to the hotel and "take his loss."

Watch Millsap's reaction right here. Dennis Schroder was also there to react:

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VIDEO: Wizards' Markieff Morris on Hawks' Paul Millsap: 'He's a crybaby'

VIDEO: Wizards' Markieff Morris on Hawks' Paul Millsap: 'He's a crybaby'

The war of words between Markieff Morris and Paul Millsap is back on. After the Wizards' Game 3 loss to the Hawks, Morris called the All-Star forward a "crybaby."

It came in response to a question about his matchup with Millsap. Morris first said Millsap and the Hawks played a good game, then dropped the money line.

"He's a crybaby. You'll get all the calls if you're a crybaby."

Watch Morris' full comments right here:

[RELATED: 10 must-see moments from Wizards' Game 3 loss to Hawks]

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VIDEO: John Wall hits crazy three to beat buzzer at end of 1st vs. Hawks

VIDEO: John Wall hits crazy three to beat buzzer at end of 1st vs. Hawks

With his Wizards down big in the first quarter, John Wall helped engineer a seven-point run to end the frame and gain some ground on the Atlanta Hawks in Game 3. 

Wall capped that run with an incredible, fading three from the corner off a broken play. Wall drained the shot with just 0.1 seconds left on the clock. Afterwards, he walked down the court holding his hand up, knowing he left no time on the clock for the Hawks to take a shot.

Watch it here:

That's some Steph Curry stuff right there. Simply amazing.

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