“I told Abdia he needed to stay calm”

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Danny Abdia and Washington (5:11) can mark V. Two days after losing 112: 97 to Miami, they celebrated at its expense with a 100: 103 victory with the Israeli forward getting 27 points and finishing with 8 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists and a steal in 27 minutes.

6 of Abdia’s points came in the first quarter, which he finished with a good defense that caused Tyler Hiro to lose the ball, and then finished with a hard basket on the other side of the field.

The second quarter was less good for Abdia, who committed three fouls, one of them on Jimmy Butler, which led to a loss of temper and also a first technical foul in the NBA. Bradley Bill andCantabius Caldwell Pop They hurried to try to calm him down and the latter said: “I just told him he needed to stay calm.”

Washington trailed by 16 points in the third quarter and by 10 with 4:42 left before Caldwell Pop and Spencer Dinwiddie led it to a 2:15 run. “It’s our DNA, we’re just fighting,” Caldwell Pop said, “we have a special group.” Bill He added: “There are a lot of new faces here, a new coach, a new method – everything is new. Everyone is still learning, it’s amazing to see that we are able to win like this while we are still learning.”


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