Every Wizards player can restart the season
Washington Wizards head coach Scott Brooks said that all players who should play against the Phoenix Suns on July 31st will participate in the game.
The sophomore swingman Troy Brown Jr. will serve as the Wizards’ scorer and passer.
Without Bradley Beal (30.5 points per game, three-pointers per game) and Davis Bertans (15.4 points per game, 3.7 three-pointers per game) for Orlando to restart, then the offense seems Will run through Brown.
Players like Hachimura Village, Shabazz Napier and even Isaac Bonga must step up the game.
Since returning from the interruption, the coach and teammates have appreciated Bonga’s progress.
“We know that his jump shot is a work in progress, and it has improved since we got him last summer.” Brooks says. “But during this time, what we have seen when we are together is that he can absorb contact and be able to play through the game. Because he has no power, he is always eliminated, but now, when the ball in his hand is facing As the rim advances, he seems to have been able to knock down the players… I really like what he did for us and the exercises we did when we couldn’t be together. You can say that it has paid off. He is growing.”
Bonga’s compatriot from Germany, Moritz Wagner, is also impressed by his more trust in his game now.
Wagner said: “I think he just feels much more comfortable with his skin, and knows his abilities, and realizes that his body can play to his advantage.” “I think you can see. I think he trusts himself very much. Defense. Once the game slows down and he develops to a certain level of comfort, just like every young player, his skills will also be more developed.”
For the Wizards, restarting the season will be an evaluation period because they set their sights on the future, but if they somehow force a game and make the playoffs, it will be an extra for the players. Rewards. There will be more time to grow.
This post is written by Chris Tulp