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Danny Avdia scored 14 points, Washington beat New York - voila! sport

2023-01-19T04:46:47.058Z


The Israeli reached double figures after five games and added 7 rebounds in 29 minutes, his team scored 105:116 in the Garden. Bill is back, Kuzma is out


Danny Avdia in a shooting competition at Washington practice (from Twitter)

After getting only 14 minutes against Golden State, tonight (between Wednesday and Thursday) Danny Avdia broke a streak of five games in which he failed to reach double figures, when he scored 14 points in Washington's 105:116 victory over New York at Madison Square Garden.

The Israeli got 29 minutes - more than any other player in the Wizards, was very active with 6-for-11 from the field (2-for-3 from beyond the arc and 0-for-1 from the penalty box), and also added 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal and 1 block, on Zero losses.



The Wizards got off to a great start, encouraged by the return of their star Bradley Beal, and raced to a double-digit lead already in the first quarter, thanks to the excellent ability of Kyle Kuzma and Kristaps Porzingis.

Actually, that's where the story ends - the host team tried, but couldn't come back and suffered a second loss in a row, after their excellent season.

Kuzma led with 27 points, 13 rebounds and 7 assists, Porzingis added 22 and 11 rebounds and Bill scored 18 in his game.



Thanks to the victory, Washington improved its record to 26:19, a game and a half away from tenth place in the East.

The Knicks are at 21:25, close to Miami in sixth place, after receiving 32 points from Jaylen Branson and 21 from Jay Barrett.

Good game.

Avdia in front of Sims (Photo: Reuters)

The Wizards, who snapped a two-game losing streak, will hope to continue the positive momentum when they host Orlando.

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Source: walla

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