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Washington defeated Orlando 118:138 on a bad evening by Danny Abdia - voila! sport


The Israeli finished his third game of the season without points, and added 4 rebounds in 25 minutes. Hachimura starred with 30 en route to a second straight win

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

The Washington Wizards recorded a second consecutive victory tonight (between Saturday and Sunday) when they defeated the Orlando Magic 118:138, but for Danny Avdia it was a game he would least like to remember.

The Israeli finished without points for the third time this season and the first after 20 games, after missing two attempts from the field, three more from outside the arc and two from the penalty line in the 25 minutes he spent on the floor.

Avdia added 4 rebounds and a steal.

The Wizards did not struggle against one of the weakest teams in the NBA, and did not fall behind even once during the entire evening, when in the second quarter the difference climbed to double digits and almost did not decrease until the end.

Washington maintained a perfect balance in games against Orlando this season, 0:3, when on March 22 the teams will meet for the fourth and last time.

Washington Wizards player, Kyle Kuzma, with Bradley Beal (Photo: GettyImages, Patrick Smith)

The scorers of the winning team were led by Roy Hachimura, who scored 30 points in 30 minutes.

Kyle Kuzma provided an excellent contribution - 25, 10 rebounds and 6 assists, Bradley Beal added 17 points.

For the Magic, Markle Fultz scored 23 and 8 assists, Franz Wagner contributed 20 points.

  • sport

  • NBA


  • Danny Avdia

  • Washington Wizards

  • Orlando Magic

Source: walla

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