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Back in time: Danny Avdia scored 7 points and was clutch, Washington beat Philadelphia | Israel today


After two games, the Israeli got on the floor again and provided a big block to Joel Embiid on the way to a surprising 111:116 • The explosion of the Sixers' star (48 points and 10 rebounds) did not prevent the loss

That's how you come back. 

Danny Avdia returned to the floor tonight (between Tuesday and Wednesday) after missing two games, and although he did not stand out in the statistical line (7 points, 3 rebounds and a turnover), he provided a huge defensive move on Embiid in the clutch on the way to Washington's 111:116 over Philadelphia, which was stopped after eight consecutive victories.

Avdia was on his way to another solid night, but his finishing move stole the show.

It happened 23 seconds to the end, when the Israeli stopped Embiid on the way to the basket and made the fans jump.

Monte Morris and Kristaps Porzingis increased the gap to six, Embiid made a three-pointer, and Avdia scored twice from the line and sealed the victory.

Washington on balance 21:14, Philly at 13:20.

Alongside Avdia, Porzingis stood out with 24 points and 10 rebounds, Bradley Beal scored 19 and Kyle Kuzma and Roy Hachimura 14 apiece. For the loser, Embiid finished the evening with 48 points, 10 rebounds and 3 blocks, James Harden Scored 26 and added 13 assists and 7 rebounds.

Already tonight (between Wednesday and Thursday) Washington will host Phoenix and will try to continue its great momentum, which interrupted the streak of ten consecutive losses with a third win in four games. 

everyone who touched the floor scored tonight.


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Source: israelhayom

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