Maccabi Hunter Haifa, the 2016-17 Israeli Super League runner-up, announced today that they have named Nati Cohen as an assistant coach, and have relieved Ilan Amar of his duties as assistant coach. Cohen, 44, has 56 games of head coaching experience in the Israel Premier League. He spent 7 games this season as head coach
Two days after the Greens’ victory over Ironi Nahariya, Maccabi’s Roi Huber and Brandon Bowman took time out on Tuesday morning to visit The Genigar School for Special Education, located in Haifa, as part of the club’s Haifa Hoops for Kids community program. The Genigar School currently educates 127 students between the ages of 6-21. The school
Maccabi Hunter Haifa (4-12) will host Ironi Nahariya (7-9) on Sunday at Romema Arena in the 17th round of the Winner League. Tip-off is scheduled for 20:30 and will be broadcast on Sport5. The Greens will do everything possible on Sunday to avoid a ninth consecutive loss among all competitions. On the other side, Nahariya comes to Romema after a dramatic
On Wednesday afternoon, Maccabi Hunter Haifa visited the Hoshaya settlement at the town’s new arena to run an open clinic for children as part of Toto-Winner’s “Toto for the Sports in Israel”. Each of the Green players divided the children into different stations to run basketball basics such as dribbling, passing, correcting shots, boxing out and
Maccabi Hunter Haifa, the 2016-17 Israeli Basketball Super League runner-up, announced today they have released guard Frederic Bourdillon. Bourdillon, 26, appeared in 14 games (nine starts) for Maccabi Hunter Haifa this season and averaged 2.7 points, 1.2 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 13.0 minutes. A native of Grasse, France, Bourdillon played the past three seasons
Maccabi Hunter Haifa (4-11) will travel to face second-place Hapoel Holon (11-4) at Holon Toto Arena on Saturday, February 3 in the 16th Round of the Israeli Winner League. Tip-off is scheduled for 8:10 p.m. The Greens are trying to snap a six-game league losing streak, while the Purples come into the contest after losing a home game to Sassari 103-92 in the FIBA Champions League. The Grass is Greener… Despite the loss to the Yellows from
Greens’ comeback attempt falls short after rallying from 14 points down in the second half Box Score Maccabi Hunter Haifa gave Maccabi Tel Aviv everything they could handle on Sunday night at Romema Arena in front of nearly 3,500 fans. The Greens’ furious rally in the second half erased a 14-point deficit to take a
Maccabi Hunter Haifa (4-10) will host Maccabi Tel Aviv (11-3) at Romema Arena on Sunday at 9:05 p.m. The Greens are focused on snapping their losing streak, while the Yellows come to Romema looking to rebound from their loss at home to Gilboa/Galil. Come and support Maccabi! To purchase tickets to the game, click here!
Maccabi Hunter Haifa will host Maccabi Tel Aviv on Sunday, Jan. 28 at 9:05 p.m. at Romema. To Purchase tickets Click Here!
Box Score It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish. Despite a strong first half, Maccabi Hunter Haifa, yet again, could not hold on to a lead in the fourth quarter. Ironi Ness Ziona outscored Maccabi, 20-11, in the final period as Haifa lost a tight one, 74-71, on Monday night on the road —