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The Jazz lost a big lag in the final quarter but managed to come out with a dramatic 108: 109 against the enthusiastic Cleveland. 20 rebounds and 5 blocks for Rudy Gober

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Abdia failed to score, Washington lost 102: 90 in Toronto

After setting a season record with 16 points against Cleveland, the Israeli recorded a weak game in Canada and the Wizards suffered a 7 loss in 11 games.

The missing Charlotte won in Atlanta


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  • Danny Abdia



Monday, 06 December 2021, 06:30

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Washington Wizards players train ahead of game against Orlando (from Washington's Twitter)

A night of just four games opened with a Utah win over Cleveland, continued with a loss to Danny Abdia and the Wizards in Toronto.

The missing Charlotte is missing in Atlanta and Houston continues to win.


Cleveland (11:13) - Utah (7:16) 109: 108

Houston (16: 7) - New Orleans (19: 7) 108: 118

Toronto (13:11) - Washington (10:14) 90 :

Atlanta (12:12) - Charlotte (11:14) 130: 127

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Not a game he would like to remember.

Danny Abdia (Photo: Reuters)

Toronto (13:11) - Washington (10:14) 90: 102

Sick Danny Abdia was a bit in doubt for the previous game against Cleveland, but played in the end and scored a season-high 16 points. The Israeli night got 16 minutes off the bench, but finished the game without points, throwing only once and adding only one rebound and assist. The bottom line was the same: Washington continued to lose height and once again lost to a team on paper inferior to it.

The Raptors made most of their points in color with Pascal Siakam shelling out 31 points, some of them against Abdia’s save.

Parvis Achiva adds 10 and 14 rebounds.

Toronto has put together two straight wins for the first time since putting together five of those in late October.

The Raptors stopped Washington on just 12 points in the first quarter and already led by 25 points in a game that was one-sided from the start.

Washington lost despite a season-high 26 points from Coldwell Pop.

Bradley Bill added just 14.

It was the seventh loss in Washington's last 11 games since putting together five straight wins in mid-November.

Washington will not get a rest and will be hosted by Indiana in 24 hours, hoping to get back on the winning track.

31 points were not enough for Atlanta.

John Collins (Photo: Reuters)

Atlanta (12:12) - Charlotte (11:14) 130: 127

Despite missing its two top guards - Terry Rogers and the excellent Lamello Bull, Charlotte achieved a very impressive away win thanks to Miles Bridges who rose with 32 points, 13 of them In the decisive fourth quarter. Kelly Uber shelled out 6 threes en route to 28 points, with Charlotte recording a season-high 17 shots off the arc. John Collins led the Hawks on the other side with 31 points and 12 rebounds, with a Trey Young basket 22 seconds to go cutting Charlotte's lead to three points, but no more than that. Young finished with 25 points and a season-high 15 assists, but even 28 points and a career-high of 5 threes by Kevin Harter were not enough for the Hawks.

Houston (16: 7) - New Orleans (19: 7) 108: 118

Houston has had seven wins since the start of the season, six of which it has achieved in the current streak and is currently the hottest team in the league, though all of the wins have been achieved against relatively weak teams.

Eric Gordon, the only player left from James Harden's big team, scored 23 points as well as Christian Wood.

Brandon Ingram tried to do everything to prevent a loss and bombed 40 points, but even 17 of Valencianas were not enough for the Pelicans, who continue to wait for the comeback of Zion Williamson.

Nathan Fayette.

Garland (Photo: Reuters)

Cleveland (11:13) - Utah (7:16) 109: 108

Fourth straight win for Utah: Donovan Mitchell scored 35 points (4 of 8 from three, 7 assists), Rudy Gover scored just 6 but added 20 rebounds and 5 blocks , Bojan Bogdanovic scored 16, and the Jazz came out on top after losing a safe lead.

A minute after the start of the fourth quarter Utah led 82:97, Cleveland responded with a great 0:15 run and equalized, and from there the game was close until the end.

3:10 minutes to go Cleveland led 104: 106, but from that moment until the end the host added just 2 more points, missed a lot, and Darius Garland missed the final attempt for a three-pointer.

Garland finished with 31 points (11 of 19 from the field, 5 of 8 from three) and a big hug full of compliments from Mitchell, Ricky Rubio scored 15 but missed some important threes, Jarrett Allen scored 17 and picked up 11.

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