The Wizards defeated Oklahoma City 107: 119 and continued to get closer to the playoffs in the East • The Israeli rookie was again inaccurate (0 of 6 from three) and added six rebounds • Bradley Bill was above them all with 30 points, Triple Double No. 26 to Russell Westbrook
Darius Beasley has a hard time facing Danny Abdia's defense tonight
Washington continues to approach the playoffs.
The Wizards recorded tonight (Monday through Tuesday) a fifth straight win, this time a 107: 119 home win over Oklahoma City, which in turn recorded an 11th straight loss.
Danny Abdia, who has failed to reach double figures in recent games, finished another anemic game, this time with 6 points (3 of 11 from the field), 6 rebounds in 26 minutes on the floor.
The Wizards have climbed to a 33:24 balance, already with a seventh win in their last eight games and now they are already ranked in tenth place leading to the playoffs, with Toronto and Chicago ranked next to them.
In 48 hours Washington will face a special test against the unfinished Steph Kerry and Golden State, who will try to interrupt the longest winning streak in the league.
A great offensive first quarter of 25:38 set up Avdia and his teammates an advantage already in the opening when Bradley Bill was again the main executioner with 30 points, Russell Westbrook kept close to Oscar Robertson when he recorded a triple double number 26 this season, this time with 13 points, 17 assists and 11 Rebounds.
The nightly X-Factor of Washington was Davis Bartens who returned to the floor after two games he missed due to the birth of his son and returned with 6 threes and 21 points.
Darius Beasley, on the other hand, led the Thunder with 26 points, but that didn't really stop them from recording a loss for the 11th time in a row and the 14th of the last 15 games.
Tony Bradley added 16 points to the record.