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Learn from dad? Danny Avdia in the NBA's weekly clothing parade Israel today


The Israeli of the Wizards received recognition for his fashionable performances before the games, and entered the weekly Top 10 of "The Athletic": "Washington is a team that dresses well, and Avdia is the new man who joins the list"

Danny Avdia continues to make a splash in the NBA, and not just on the floor.

Last week, the Israeli of Washington entered for the first time since joining the best league in the world in the ranking of the ten outstanding dressers of the "Athletic".

Avdia was ranked 6th, behind Tyler Hero, Stephen Curry and the reigning MVP Nikola Jokic who won the first place in the weekly chart.

About the Israeli it was written: "Washington is a team that dresses well, and Avdia is the new man who joins the list."

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Since joining the best league in the world, the Israeli comes to Washington's games with impressive fashion appearances, as is customary in the league, and now he is being recognized for it.

It is possible that he learned something from his father Zofer Avdia, the professional manager of Bnei Herzliya, who is also known for unusual fashion appearances in the Israeli landscape.

As you may remember, since Roy Hachimura left the team, Avdia struggled with two consecutive games in which he achieved a double-double of points and rebounds.

On the night between Saturday and Sunday, Washington will play against New Orleans and try to get a fifth win in a row.

Zoper Abdia.

Special style, photo: Liron Moldovan

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Source: israelhayom

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