An early offense problem left the Israeli rookie only 10 minutes on the field, without throwing once into the basket • The Wizards completed a seasonal sweep over the Jazz with 121: 125 away
Abdia tries to stop O'Neill.
At least with one blocking registrar
USA TODAY Sports
The Washington Wizards stunned the Utah Jazz once again, this time 121: 125 away and completed a seasonal sweep over the team with the best balance in the NBA.
Strange, but amazing.
The star of the game was Bradley Bill of course, who sniped 36 points, getting a huge shoulder from Russell Westbrook who added another triple double to his personal list, this time with 25 points, 14 rebounds and 14 assists.
The Wizards faced a murderous opening for the Jazz, scoring 42 points in the first quarter but failing to escape the stubborn guest, who finally squeezed the gas and rose during the final quarter to a record 19-point lead.
Washington was close to omitting this turnaround, with rival star Donovan Mitchell returning to snip his way to 42 points, but the gap narrowed to just six points, and Steve Brooks' team held on.
For Danny Abdia, who started in the top five again, it was a game he would like to forget.
Already in the middle of the first quarter he recorded his third personal offense, which brought him down to the bench.
He finished a game in which he was not significant, when he was on the floor for only 10 minutes, during which he did not throw the basket even once.
He managed to pick up 2 rebounds and block once, and seems to be in retreat in recent games.
However, he still has time to prove himself and Washington still has a chance to sneak into tenth place in the East leading up to the playoff tournament - part of the new method born due to the shortening of the league and the Corona