Trevor Ariza played his second match this season after losing to the Phoenix Suns at the Los Angeles Lakers. The 36-year-old forward came out of the bench to score 12 points (3/3 3 pointers) in 21 minutes of play.
He had been out for an injury before the season. According to David Fizdale, who replaced Frank Vogel in the position of head coach, it’s great that Ariza has returned to rotation.
“Man, it’s great that he’s there. He’s just a calm and calm person,” Fizdale said. “His way makes everyone easier. You know what he’s trying to do in court, he doesn’t try to do anything outside his skill set.
“Defensively he is very healthy. Tonight there was a moment when they tested his feet and he couldn’t slide with a few guys, and that’s because he just came back. fine.
“But when he comes back and throws him into the fire and sees the ball coming in, he really helps us defensively, and it’s great to communicate and carry out our coverage in the right way. And as he gets stronger, it will get better. “
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Trevor Ariza’s David Fizdale: “He’s just a calm and calm person.”
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