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"Suddenly Danny woke up": Avdia again received a technicality, and led Washington's comeback - voila! sport


Israel had a bad start again, again angered by the treatment from the referees, but in the third quarter he excelled in the important victory of the Wizards. The battle for the playoffs is getting close and complicated

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Things didn't look good for Washington again tonight (between Thursday and Friday), when the Wizards fell behind by 20 points in the first quarter of their game in Minnesota (30:10), but in the end Washington knew how to come back to win 106:114 to complete their tenth victory in their 14 games the last and fourth in the last five.

Their next game after the All-Star break won't be until next Friday, at home against New York.

Bradley Beal excelled with 35 points, 17 of them in the last quarter, and the Wizards are 4:13 in Beal's last 17 games.

Corey Kispert hailed an unimpressive shooting night from Kyle Kuzma and Kristaps Porzingis and finished with 15 points on 4 of 6 from three - but many compliments also go to Danny Avdia - who finished with 10 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists.

Won 10 of the last 14.

Washington (Photo: GettyImages, David Berding)

As we know, Avdia has been on great momentum since Washington released Roy Hachimura and the Israeli has been on a streak of games with double figures, but has recently faded.

The night started badly again, and again he complained about referees.

After not getting a foul again after going into the paint, he looked frustrated, and coach Wes Anseld ordered him to quickly get back on defense.

He then continued to complain, and received a technical foul.

Kyle Kuzma even pushed him to the bench so that he would stop criticizing the referees and endangering himself.

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Avdia (Photo: GettyImages, David Berding)

"Then Danny woke up," NBC wrote about Washington's Israeli in the third quarter. Then just 2 against Portland. Tonight he went 0-for-5 against Minnesota.

"But Avdia showed signs of life again in the third quarter, as Washington began to run the offense through him.

He burst and penetrated for a dunk with an explosive attack, then penetrated to the basket and found Kuzma with a sharp pass, then penetrated to the basket on a dribble in a movement of the basket and fouled Anthony Edwards... In total, he scored 9 of his 10 points in the third quarter."

Now the Wizards have a record of 30:28, and enter the All-Star Game in ninth place in the Eastern Conference, four games behind the Knicks in sixth place before the meeting between them.

The Wizards are half a game behind eighth-placed Atlanta, with two remaining three games against each other.

"For me, it was one of our best 4-3 games of the season, without a doubt," Kuzma said at the end, and "Athletic" reporter Josh Robbins concludes: "Sometimes the way the team wins is just as important as the victory itself. Tonight was such a case".

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  • Washington Wizards

Source: walla

All sports articles on 2023-02-17

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