Jaylen Reynolds explained the victory of the Maccabi Tel Aviv in Berlin and picked up outstanding Malayza Bryant compliments: "He made some big shots in the attack, but he deserves most of the credit for the defense he gave."
Reynolds in Berlin. A pleasant surprise
The Maccabi people celebrated during the night (Thursday to Friday) with the many fans arriving from Israel to Berlin to watch their team return to victory track with 89:95 on local Elba.
The strength of the yellows this year is in the ability of the players considered secondary to transcend. This time it was Eliza Bryant and acquisition player Jaylen Reynolds to blow up and excel in the important win.
"There were stages in the game that we missed things on defense so they stayed tight, but eventually we knew how to make good moves on the offensive side and get the win," Bryant said in the locker room after the game. "I had a good game. ". Haggard / Forward, who last season played at Hapoel Eilat, complimented Reynolds: "He made some big shots on offense, but he deserves most of the credit for the defense he gave."
Reynolds himself added: "Our big win and I'm really glad I was able to help the team. I listen to the coach who told us to be ready for this game from the first minute to the last. We played hard, we played together. I think the sky is the limit for this team. Their support was critical. "
The team believe that Danny Abadia's injury, who suffered an elbow in his face, is not serious and the young player is likely to be fit for Saturday already against Hapoel Holon. Nate Walters, who has returned from an injury of over a month, still looks rusty, but the goal is to get him fit until next week's match against Barcelona and Milan.