It looks like their activity on the trade market was enough to distract the Washington Wizards from their game against the Philadelphia 76ers. Even if the Wizards were pretty good at the start of the match, they couldn’t keep their concentration throughout the game and were beaten to a pulp. Odds.
“When word got around, guys kind of lost their concentration,” Flip Saunders, Washington Wizards coach, stated.
The first quarter was awesome for the Wizards. They quickly got the lead and were able to keep it. The 76ers did a poor job in defense and they were quickly overrun. The score was set at 31-24 and it looked like the Wizards will have it easy.
However, something happened to them and they couldn’t reproduce their performance in the second quarter. The 76ers had little trouble stopping them and managed to get a healthy advantage. They heavily outscored their opponents. It was 18-30 in the second quarter and the overall score was 49-54. Scores.
The third quarter was a painful one for the Wizards. They were terrible on the offense, horrible on the defense and it really looked like they have other things on their minds. Meanwhile, the 76ers kept scoring and scoring. The whole team had a great night and almost everyone managed to score. It was 64-89 and it didn’t look like the Wizards could do anything about it.
“I think it was a great thing to see us push forward in the second half,” Young stated. “We’ve had too many games this season where we let teams back in it. We didn’t do that this time and I think it’s a sign of us maturing as a team.”
The management was also very pleased with the team’s performance. And who wouldn’t be after a night like this one?
“I like our team,” Rod Thorn, Philadelphia 76ers president, stated. “Does that mean we wouldn’t do something if the opportunity presented itself? No, we’ll look at everything.” Las Vegas odds.
The Wizards managed to hold their own in the fourth quarter but it was nowhere near enough to cut through the whole deficit. Jrue Holiday and Thaddeus Young had a great game, with the latter scoring 18 points and getting 10 rebounds, 2 steals and being declared top performer for his team. The score of the fourth quarter was 30-29, which brought the total score to 94-117. It was a good win for the 76ers and their future is looking bright.