January 8: 2017 opened with the return of Gregory Vargas to the Greens as Maccabi earned a big 99-65 win over Herzliya at Romema. February 2: Oz Blayzer against three Jerusalem’s players, on the way to an impressive 86-69 home win. March 3: Fans celebrated Purim 2017 in a festive game against Eilat at Romema.
Greens captain, Oz Blayzer captured a lot of moments with his Instagram account, we gather you all the exciting moments of the season, the happy and the hard, from the point of view of the captain. Our captain started the season with the Israeli National Team, which played a few friendly games in Europe with
Vargas’ 30 points was not enough as Jerusalem held off Haifa to Take Title Box Score Maccabi Hunter Haifa’s Cinderella run came up just short of the finish line in Thursday night’s championship contest against Hapoel Jerusalem. Although the Greens chipped away at a double digit deficit from a third quarter burst by the Reds,
Maccabi Hunter Haifa, the Cinderella team of this year’s playoffs, is attempting to add a second banner to their arena as they face Hapoel Jerusalem on Thursday at 21:00 in the Israeli League Final. A moment before the big Final, it’s time to recall what it took for both teams to get here. The Greens
The Greens’ Cinderella story continues as they oust the Yellows at Menora Box Score Maccabi Hunter Haifa came into Menora Mivtachim Arena on Monday night’s Final Four contest with no fear. The Greens were riding a wave of confidence after eliminating first place Hapoel Holon last week, and there was no let down. Kevinn Pinkney paced Maccabi
Maccabi Hunter Haifa will face Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Final Four on Monday at 9:15 p.m. at Menora Mivtachim Arena. The Greens advanced to the Final-Four after an impressive 3-1 series win over first place Holon, while the Yellows swept Herzliya, 3-0. Tickets to the game are sold out. Approximately, 2,000 Green fans will
The Greens became the first No. 8 team in Israeli League history to win a series against a first place team Box Score Maccabi Hunter Haifa made history in front of a packed crowd at Romema Arena on Sunday evening. The Greens became the first eighth place team ever to defeat a top seed in the
Maccabi Hunter Haifa will host Hapoel Holon in the fourth game of the best-of-five quarterfinals on Sunday at Romema at 9:00 p.m. The Greens come into the contest up 2-1 in the series after edging Holon, 78-77, on the road last Wednesday. Haifa has a chance to advance to the Final Four with a victory
After the win at Holon and as they leads 2-1 in the series, Maccabi Hunter Haifa will host Hapoel Holon for game 4, on Sunday, June 4 at 9 p.m. Buy your tickets here!
Game MVP Willy Workman starred with 19 points and 11 rebounds, John DiBartolomeo stayed hot with 19 points on the road Box Score Maccabi Hunter Haifa exhaled a big sigh of relief after Tu Holloway’s 3-point attempt to win the game rimmed out — stymying a furious 15-2 rally by Holon in the last 2:41