With fluctuating minutes and a trade deadline near, the Washington Wizards may have an Israeli sophomore on the market.
Depending on his longevity, Avdija has a chance to become an unofficial ambassador for Israel, similar to the likes of Gal Gadot.
Back from injury for the Washington Wizards, Israeli sophomore preaches patience and growth.
Avdija will undergo an MRI exam on Thursday but is not believed to need surgery, according to the report.
Israeli rookie exhibits positive perspective on highs and lows of 1st season with Washington Wizards
With high hopes after last year’s condensed continental success, yellow-and-blue falls flat.
Avdija came in to the court wearing black and wrote the word "Yizkor" - which means "remember" - on his sneakers.
Israeli rookie scores 14 points in first performance at iconic New York arena, but fouls out
Avdija, 20, has had an up-and-down rookie season, in part because of contracting COVID-19, which sidelined him for three weeks in January.
Former NBA player Omri Casspi will also play a part in the event.