"It seems that Danny Abdia has been erased": In Washington, they referred to the drying up of the Israeli
The full rotation lowered the forward to just 3 minutes of Garbage Time in a win over Philadelphia: "Good things take time," he wrote before the game.
Bradley Bill sent him a message
Monday, 17 January 2022, 23:59
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Danny Abdia with Washington Wizards fans (from the Wizards' Twitter)
Although the Washington Wizards recorded an impressive victory tonight (Monday) over the Philadelphia Sixers, leading throughout the game to 98:17 at the end, for Danny Abdia it was a rather dismal evening.
In the first game of the season in which Washington enjoyed a full staff, the Israeli was pushed to the edge of the rotation and came up to play only in the last three minutes, in which he managed to score 2 points and register one kidnapping.
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Abdia seems to have been informed before the game in one way or another that he is not expected to get many minutes, as shortly before the match he uploaded a post to his Instagram account and wrote: "Good things take time".
The forward may have actually meant the difficulties he has experienced recently when it comes to the offensive side, but either way the situation in Washington seems to have become extremely challenging for him.
Danny Abdia's post before the game
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Already with the return of Roy Hachimura to the rotation last week, the discourse on the load in the forward positions in the Wizards increased, with the addition of the Japanese Kyle Kozma before Abdia in the rotation and rookie Corey Kispert also gets much more credit than the Israeli, . Who should be worried perhaps even more than Abdia, is the Latvian Davis Bartans who was the only one not involved in the victory over Philadelphia. Only in 2020 did the sniper gain a significant expression of trust from the club, which awarded him a $ 80 million contract for five seasons.
Of course the Washington journalist did not miss the issue of the dried-up actors.
Reporter Chase Hughes of NBC tweeted: "The Wizards have a full roster available for the first time this season, so they can not share them all."
Matthew Faras of the Washington Times also referred during the game to Montreux Harrell, whose status has been damaged since the return of chin Thomas Bryant from injury, but did play 21 minutes tonight: "Abdia and Davis Bartans will be erased. They have not yet come in and Corey Kispert is ahead of them both in the rotation."
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So far the successful defense has bought Abdia a well-established place and a respectable dose of minutes in Wes Ansald Jr.'s rotation, but his little contribution on offense may be in the offing now that the coach has got all the missing back.
Another question that is expected to be answered in the near future is whether the Wizards will use Abdia as an "asset", as long as it is still considered one, and include it in the trade along with other players to add significant reinforcement to help the team enter the playoffs.
Lost his place in the rotation?
Danny Abdia (Photo: Screenshot, Screenshot)
Bradley Bill said at the end: "I do not remember when was the last time we had a proper squad. It's great fun to see everyone come back from their injuries and absences and play good basketball, and that I should not score on every attack. We should play like that every night, not just against big teams ".
On the players who did not play or did not play, including Abdia, the star added: "It's like an elephant in the room. Everyone knows we have a lot of players competing. And I told the players we do not know what the rotation will be in the next game. Some will play more, some will not play but everyone We need to stay on the ground. "