Marcus Morris is cheering on the Wizards and could totally pass as his brother Markieff

Marcus Morris has been in D.C. to cheer on his identical twin brother, Markieff Morris, during the Washington Wizards’ 2017 playoff run.

Now that Markieff is questionable to return with an ankle injury in the second-round of the playoffs against the Boston Celtics, Marcus should just fill in for him.

There is no way you can convince me that he isn’t who he says he is.

They can grow out the same facial hair, have the same tattoos, and seriously just look like the same person. Their different styles of play may be hard to disguise, but who has the guts to question it.

This is a nice gesture from Marcus, though, as his brother wore a Detroit jersey to a Cleveland Cavaliers-Detroit Pistons game last year.

More structurally, I think a couple of things are in play. First, we’re seeing the GM-coach become more popular. You have Tom Thibodeau and Stan Van Gundy taking gigs like that fairly recently. They aren’t firing themselves.

You also have more frequent opportunity for player turnover due to shorter Cheap Reversible Jerseys For Basketball contracts. In the old NBA, contracts were so long that it truly was much easier to fire the coach than to fire the players. That’s still the case, but it’s a little bit easier to fire the players via free agency, the stretch provision, and a still-robust trade system.

That’s all a long-winded way of saying I think NBA coaching will Cheap Rugby Jerseys UK become more stable over time, but that this season remains an outlier.

This isn’t to say we won’t have any turnover this summer. You’re not worried about Steve Clifford and I agree that he’s probably safe at this point. Are you worried about anyone else, in the playoffs or otherwise?

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