Maccabi Hunter Haifa’s Willy Workman and Dagan Yivzori visited the Ariel School in Tirat Carmel on Monday morning to meet with students from the Fidel Association. Fidel (Alphabet in Amharic), Association for Education and Social Integration of Ethiopian Jews in Israel, was established by Ethiopian and native Israelis in 1997 in order to provide a
Yivzori was examined Saturday by the Maccabi Hunter Haifa medical staff and underwent an MRI on his right knee. The MRI revealed Yivzori suffered a partial tear to the medial collateral ligament (MCL) during last Wednesday’s game against Herzliya. The 6-foot-4 shooting guard is expected to miss six to eight weeks.
As part of the Green’s annual visit to the Ruth Rappaport Children’s Hospital in Haifa, Maccabi Hunter Haifa and Klil brought holiday cheer to young patients and their families to celebrate Hanukkah. Head Coach, Offer Rahimi, was joined by team captain Oz Blayzer, Dagan Yivzori, Guni Israeli and Luke Martinez as well as Klil staff
Maccabi Hunter Haifa’s Dagan Yivzori and Tomer Asayag made a visit yesterday (Wednesday) to the “Shema House” in the Hadar neighborhood in Haifa. The “Shema House” in Haifa — established in 1984 — is an educational and therapy center for children who are hard of hearing and deaf in the Haifa district. The center helps
Saluting the IDF At Saturday’s game, the Greens will hold IDF Appreciation Night — all soldiers who come in uniform enter with FREE Admission! What do you need to do? Click here and secure your seats in Gates 8 or 11. To purchase tickets to the game, click here! Looking for a second win Since
Maccabi Hunter Haifa arrived into Salt Lake City, Utah on Sunday to begin the first leg of their 3-team NBA Tour. Former NBA Slum Dunk Champ Josh Smith met up with the team in the afternoon as Haifa practiced at the stunning Jon M. and Karen Huntsman Basketball Facility located at the University of Utah.
Maccabi Bazan Haifa host Hapoel Eilat tomorrow (Wednesday) at 7:30pm at Romema, for the second game in the quarterfinals series. In the first game, the Greens were defeated 95-74 at Eilat with Afik Nissim and Adrian Uter leading the way for Eilat. However, the Greens have held a strong home-court advantage at Romema this