Box Score Maccabi Haifa and Hapoel Jerusalem heated up PAIS arena with an intense battle on a stormy Sunday night in Jerusalem. The Greens from the Carmel seem to enjoy playing at the new arena, as they out-muscled the Reds from Jerusalem in a 82-72 win, handing Hapoel their first home loss of the Winner
Maccabi Haifa (10-6) will travel tomorrow (Sunday) to face Hapoel Jerusalem (13-3) at 8:45 pm at Pais Arena for the 17th game of the Winner League. It’s the third game between the teams in the last two months, with their last meeting occurring one month ago on December 24 at Jerusalem as the Greens downed the
Box Score It was only a few weeks ago that Maccabi Haifa lost a nail biter in overtime to Hapoel Jerusaelm. Not this time. Maccabi Haifa came away with the victory they were seeking in the State Cup tournament as they eliminated Hapoel Jerusalem with a 87-72 win at PAIS Arena. Gregory Vargas played outstanding,
Maccabi Haifa will take on Hapoel Jerusalem tomorrow at 9:00 pm at PAIS Arena in Jerusalem in the Round of 16 in the State Cup. The teams played one another recently in Haifa in a dramatic Israeli league game, which finished in an 86-84 overtime defeat to Jerusalem. Last season, the Greens advanced to the
The Greens will travel to Hapoel Jerusalem for a tough road game this Thursday, December, 24th at 9:00 p.m. in the round of 16 of the State Cup. The club is selling tickets to the game for 40 NIS. A bus for fans will leave at 5:30 pm from RK Arena to go to the game.
Box Score On Friday afternoon at RK Arena, over 3,500 fans witnessed a thriller of a game that saw Haifa fall just short to Hapoel Jerusalem in overtime, 86-84. With Haifa down 3 points, 77-74, with 3.0 seconds left on the clock, the Greens’ John DiBartolomeo was fouled, making the first free throw, but after missing the second,
Maccabi Haifa hosts Hapoel Jerusalem on Friday at 2:00 p.m. at RK Arena. The Greens (5-3) earned an impressive win over Nes Ziona at home on Monday, while the Reds of Jerusalem (6-2) edged the Reds of Tel Aviv in their last Israeli Super League game. PURCHASE TICKETS After the blow out loss at Tel
The Greens, who are riding an 11-game home win streak since last season, will have two games next week at RK Arena. On Monday, November 30 at 7:40 pm, Haifa (4-3) will face Nes Ziona (2-6). The Orange team have never won in Haifa (and the Greens have never won in Nes Ziona) and the