Kuzma’s confidence makes Porzingis and other teammates laugh

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It has already been announced that the “Wizards” beat the Detroit “Pistons” team, who suffered their ninth consecutive loss, on Tuesday with the result 119:117.

At the beginning of the fourth quarter of the match, Kuzma stood out with a very curious episode, who made a long shot from the left corner and turned his back to the basket even before the ball had reached the goal.

When the ball falls into the basket in such cases, the player successfully demonstrates his great confidence. This was not the case as the ball hit the hoop and bounced to the left corner.

If Kuzma hadn’t turned his back to the basket, he might have grabbed the rebound, giving the team a chance to rebound. And it was Porzingis who tried to warn Kuzma in this episode that the ball did not reach the goal.

Kuzma has been a fairly frequent guest on the popular trivia column “Shaqtin’ A Fool” this season. This litter is also expected to earn a spot in the weekly roundup of curiosities.

The 27-year-old Kuzma has averaged 21.4 points and 7.3 rebounds per game this season. Together with Porzingis and Bradley Beal, he forms the trio of leaders of the “Wizards” team.