Markieff Morris was able to play in Game 2 despite badly spraining his ankle in the series opener on Sunday, and he didn't waste any time getting back at Al Horford.
It was Horford who stepped under Morris during a second quarter jumpshot in Game 1 and afterwards Morris wondered if the play was intentional. As luck would have it, Morris found himself chasing a loose ball side-by-side with Horford just minutes into Game 2 and decided to give him a little shove into the stands.
Horford happened to fall right in front of Wizards majority owner Ted Leonsis:
Judging by that play, perhaps Morris concluced that Horford did injure him on purpose.