Journalist Ben Mahitch commented on the decline of the Israeli rookie on a local podcast: "Danny needs to be more involved in the attack and keep the confidence at the highest level. This is a dubious decision by Brooks, he could be something special at the club."
Danny Abdia on the hardwood.
Completely out of rotation
Danny Abdia's bad professional period continues to occupy Washington's writings.
Early in the morning (Sunday to Monday), the Israeli rookie recorded another low point with a negative record this season when he was a partner for only 7 minutes in which he failed to score in a 111: 110 loss to Boston.
Now it turns out that Abdia's ability, who has not scored more than eight points in his last seven league games, also disturbs the peace of mind of journalist Ben Mahic, who referred to the decline in the "Locked On Wizards" podcast.
"Danny Abdia is one of the most talented players on the roster, only 20 years old, but to give him only seven minutes. Let's call the boy by his name - it's just horrible, Mahich explained," seems to be a very dubious decision by Scott Brooks.
This thing becomes a sequel story.
Danny has just arrived in the US, he is young, the whole league is very new to him, he must have his confidence raised.
"The club must do a better job of making him feel at home. A player his age, with his abilities can be something special in this team. But he's starting to get Troy Brown's treatment. Scott Brooks must let them learn from their mistakes. Abdia is allowed to make mistakes, but he Not playing enough and not throwing enough.It's a shame, the team seems to have given up on him.
"He needs to be more involved in attack and keep his confidence at the highest level. I'm not in the locker room but it's hard to understand how Abdia moved from the top five to crumbs off the bench, and that makes you ask if he's being treated properly. He can grow a lot if he plays Kwai Leonard and Paul C. "Reg. No matter what happens this season, the most important thing is to develop young people like Abdia and Hachimura."