3 To Abdia, Washington disbanded in New Orleans

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Washington and Danny Abdia hosted tonight (Wednesday to Thursday) their first away game of the season in the West – a game they will want to forget as soon as possible. The Wizards chased after New Orleans from the opening minutes and were eventually defeated 127: 102 and suffered a fourth loss in five games. Abdia played 25 minutes and finished with 3 points (1 from 5 from the field, 1 from 2 from three), 3 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals. The team from the United States capital with a balance of 7:11, the Pelicans 16: 4.

Abdia had hoped to recreate his excellent game against New Orleans last week, and his team, which even then trailed by a large margin (19 at the peak), thought it could record another comeback. Both of these things did not happen, Wes Ansald Jr.’s trainees played disgraceful basketball (23% from three, 64% from the line and 19 turnovers) and the Pelicans took advantage of this to save their honor a bit. This time, the Israeli found it difficult to stand out even on the defensive side.

Jonas Valencia celebrated in the opening with 11 speed points, and after less than five minutes New Orleans led 6:21. Abdia came on as a substitute about four minutes to the end of the quarter, did not score until the end and after 12 minutes the Pelicans led 27:36. The Israeli did not show up even at the beginning of the second quarter, and a few minutes after coming down to the bench Devonta Graham signed a 0:11 run with two consecutive threes from the same point – which set a 38:62 advantage. Bradley Bill scored 13 straight for Washington, but that didn’t really help her and in the half she trailed 72:50.

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Washington tried to get back in the game in the third quarter, but made too many mistakes that left it with no chance. Her quintet players went down to the bench earlier than expected and Abdia got quite a bit of credit in the fourth quarter. The forward sniped one three after a dribble towards the end, but that was the end of his evening when it came to points. Davis Bartans, who returned after a ten-day absence due to an ankle injury, recorded a shocking game with 1 of 10 from the field (1 of 9 from three) and a weak ability on defense.

Washington, which trailed by a record 31 points (and did not lead once), will have to pick up the pieces ahead of its game against Oklahoma City between Friday and Saturday. Her shots tonight were led by Bill with 23, Spencer Dinvidi recorded 11 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists and Raul Neto and Monterz Harrell scored 13 and 10 points respectively. On the other hand Brandon Ingram starred with 26, and Lanconas recorded 21 alongside 11 rebounds and Josh Hart contributed 16.


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