Who’s the bigger crybaby: Morris or Millsap?

Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap (4) is fouled by Washington Wizards forward Markieff Morris (5) during the first half of Game 3 of an NBA basketball first-round playoff series, Saturday, April 22, 2017, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

Things are getting increasingly chippy between the Wizards and Hawks.

Washington’s Markieff Morris escalated the trash talk by calling Atlanta’s Paul Millsap a “crybaby” after Saturday’s Game 3.

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Here are Morris’ controversial post-game comments:

And here’s Millsaps reaction:

By Sunday, Millsap was done talking about his rival:

Here are some of the reactions to Morris’ comments on Twitter:

Millsap and Morris have been exchanging words practically the whole first-round series. After Game 1, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution quoted Millsap as saying:

“The difference in the game was we were playing basketball, and they were playing MMA. They were physical. When the game is like that, we have to match their physicality. But again, we’ve got to go get some moves and bring them back to the court.”

Morris didn’t like what he heard:

“Just see where he’s at now. I guess if that’s MMA, then what we do next might be double MMA.”

The Hawks lost the first two games but bounced back at home to make it a series. Millsap led Atlanta in Game 3 with 29 points and a game-high 14 rebounds.

Game 4 is Monday in Atlanta, and Sports Illustrated’s Jeremy Woo is looking forward to it:

The Wizards are still favorites, and their play in the first two games was convincing, but this series is officially a thing now. The distaste in postgame voices is palpable, and Saturday’s responses were nothing if not replete with salt. Everyone likes rivalries, right? Here’s one to chew on for the next week, at minimum. This was never going to be a drool-worthy first round matchup, but … it’ll do.”

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