Basketball: Wizards Rui Yamura scores 21 points in the first game of the restart

Basketball: Wizards Rui Yamura scores 21 points in the first game of the restart

Washington Wizards rookie Rui Yamura scored 21 points on the team’s defeat on Friday with eight rebounds, one assist and one steal over the course of 30 minutes.

In the first game of the NBA’s restart, Wizards’ first round pick of 2019, Hachimura and Washington, challenged the whole, but Sands was a Wizard 125 at Disney-owned ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Florida. Defeated -112.

July 31, 2020 Washington Wizards heads to Phoenix Suns Forward Cameron Johnson #23 with Car 8 in the first half of the NBA basketball game with Phoenix Suns at the Visa Athletic Center at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex on Lakes I will. Buena Vista, Florida.
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“We started well, but they started using full-court defense pressure to control the tempo of the game,” Hachimura said.

“We lost the game, but we’re happy to play it in the official game. It’s so long. We have to learn from this loss and use it as a motivation to win the next game,” he said.

The Wizards continued the fight, scoring up to the fourth minute mark in the fourth quarter. They have missed two scorers Bradley Beer and Davis Bertan this season. They do not participate in maintaining future health.

Suns did everything, guarding Devin Booker and Ricky Rubio with 17 free throw attempts. Booker finished with 27 points, the best in the game, and Rubio added 15 points, 9 assists and 3 steals.

Elsewhere, Yuta Watanabe, who has a two-way contract with the Memphis Grizzlies, was not on the roster because the Portland Trail Blazers gathered to defeat Grizzlies 140-135 over time. ..

Mr Watanabe told the Japanese media on Wednesday, “I am very excited about the resumption of this season and I think we are in a great place right now. I want to see Louis during both times. Will go to see the match.”

The NBA invited 22 of the 30 teams in the league to Orlando, Florida to participate in the resumption of the 2019-2020 campaign. Only the teams that were in the playoffs prior to the league break will continue.

The NBA season was interrupted on March 11th due to a coronavirus pandemic due to a league playoff just weeks away.

Washington Wizard Rui Yamura #8 throws the ball at the Phoenix Suns during a match at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Arena in Orlando, Florida, July 31, 2020. (NBAE / Getty / Joint)

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