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Danny Avdia was absent in the Washington loss, 40 for McCollum in the New Orleans victory Israel today


The Israeli missed his first game of the season, after 114 consecutive games - due to back pain, his team lost 112:120 in Utah • The Pelicans star stood out in the victory over San Antonio

Two games were played tonight (between Thursday and Friday) in the NBA.

Washington lost in Utah without Danny Avdia who suffered from back pain and New Orleans beat San Antonio at home.

Utah (16:18) - Washington (21:12) 112:120

After giving his best game of the season and scoring 16 points in a win over Phoenix, Danny Abedia missed his first game of the season due to back pain and his team "returned to Sura" with an 11th loss in the last 12 games.

The Wizards started the fourth quarter trailing only 93:90, but Utah stormed at the start with an 0:8 run and opened a double-digit gap that reached 16 points and cruised to home win number 12 this season.

Jordan Clarkson scored 23 for the host, Lauri Markkanen added 21 with Walker Kessler dominating the paint with 12 and 14 rebounds.

Bradley Beal continued his good ability since returning from injury and scored 30 points with excellent percentages, Kyle Kuzma added 21, but Washington made only 7 three-pointers out of 21 attempts and as usual conceded too many points.

By the way, Avdia held the third longest streak in the league until this game when he played 114 games in a row, including from last season.

Only Kwon Looney (144) and Michael Bridges (341) hold a longer streak.

Bill (in white).

He failed to save, photo: AP

New Orleans (12:19) - San Antonio (21:10) 117:126

After four straight losses, New Orleans received an invitational opponent to get back to winning ways.

CJ McCollum scored a season-high 40 points and made up for the lack of Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram.

Jonas Valenciunas added 16 and 10 rebounds to the hosts, who hit 13 three-pointers, including seven by McCollum.


record game, photo: AP

Jeremy Suchan scored a career-high 23 on the other end, but it was far from enough in a game that was effectively decided already in the first quarter that ended at 17:37 for the Pelicans.

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Source: israelhayom

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