Maccabi Bazan Haifa shined tonight with an impressive 87-78 victory over Maccabi Tel Aviv at Romema Arena, marking the 8th time in Haifa’s franchise history to defeat Tel Aviv in the regular season. The Greens improved to 16-15 on the season, winning 8 out of their last 10 games, while Tel Aviv has been in a tailspin, losing 6
Maccabi Bazan Haifa (15-15), will host Maccabi Tel Aviv (24-5) tomorrow (Sunday) at 9:05pm at Romema in the 31st game of the Israeli Super League. The Greens will look to improve their position heading towards the playoffs with a win on Sunday, while the Yellows need a victory at Romema in order to hold first place
The Greens notched their third straight victory, edging Maccabi Ashdod 88-85 on the road, thanks to a 20-point and 4 assist performance by Will Graves. Haifa was clinging to 83-82 lead with 1:12 left in regulation, before Graves buried a clutch trey from downtown (his fourth of the night) to put Haifa up 86-82 with 54.4
Tomorrow (Thursday) at 7:50 (Live at Sport5), Maccabi Bazan Haifa (14-15) will travel to Maccabi Ashdod (10-19). The Greens roll into Ashdod after two wins, after securing an important 86-78 victory over Ironi Nahariya three days ago. The win over Nahariya proved once again that when Moran Roth is scoring and dishing out assists, Maccabi
Tomorrow (Sunday) at 7:40pm, Maccabi Bazan Haifa (13-15) will host Ironi Nahariya (11-17) in the 29th game of the Israeli Super League. The runner-ups are in 9th place, and are fighting for a spot in the playoffs, as the league standings remain extremely tight. The Greens return home to Romema, after splitting a two-game road trip.
The Greens continued their topsy turvy season with a much-needed victory, dominating Hapoel Eilat 97-66 on the road. Maccabi Bazan Haifa (13-15) now share an identical record with Herzeliya, Nes Ziona and Eilat. All three teams hold a tie-breaker over Haifa, so the Greens remain in 9th place, with a paramount battle next week with Nahariya
Maccabi Bazan Haifa (12-15), will face Hapoel Eilat (13-14) on Monday at 6:50 pm at their local gym. The runner-up Greens need to come back home with a victory, in order to improve their position in the standings for the playoffs, after suffering a painful loss to Bnei Herzeliya last Monday. Rene Rougeau (21 points)