Brandon Bowman’s 30 points & buzzer-beater triple to send the game into overtime scored Haifa the victory in their home opener Box Score Maccabi Hunter Haifa erased last week’s disappointing loss with an instant classic 89-85 overtime win over Ness Ziona on Monday night at Romema. The Greens were locked in a back-and-forth battle with Ness
Maccabi Hunter Haifa (0-1) will face Ironi Ness Ziona on Monday. Tip-off is scheduled for 8:10 p.m. at Romema. The runner-up Greens open Romema after a tough road loss at Ashdod last week. Maccabi will also play against Rishon Lezion at Romema on Friday at 2:30 p.m. Looking to bounce back Offer Rahimi’s Greens will
On Monday at 8:10 p.m. at Romema we will host Ironi Nes Ziona for our first home game! Buy your tickets here!
The Greens sluggish performance against Ashdod leads to blowout loss in season opener Box Score After returning to Israel from their annual NBA trip two days ago, Maccabi Hunter Haifa opened their Winner League season on the road against Ashdod with a thumping 29-point defeat, 90-61. A 10-0 Haifa burst to start the game made it seem as
Maccabi returned from their 3-game NBA tour on Monday, and are ready to tip-off the 2017-18 season on the road against Maccabi Ashdod on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Next week, Maccabi Hunter Haifa will host two home games — the first one on Monday at 8:10 p.m. against Nes Ziona and the second against Rishon
The Greens were blown out by the Trail Blazers in their third and final game of their annual NBA tour Former NBA star Josh Smith led Maccabi with 17 points and 6 rebounds, while Angel Rodriguez added 16 point should in the defeat. Brandon Bowman chipped in 14 points as the Greens is set their
Maccabi Hunter Haifa started off a busy Sunday by holding a charity basketball clinic for 3rd-7th graders at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center — sponsored by Complete SET — a full service sports entertainment firm that works with multinational brands, athlete entertainers, and accredited investors. Hometown hero, Angel Rodriguez, along with fellow teammates Daniel Koperberg, Netanel
On Monday, Maccabi Hunter Haifa’s players were hosted for dinner at the IJ & Jeanné Wagner Jewish Community Center in Salt Lake City, Utah — sponsored by the Jewish Federation and the Israeli American Council. The Greens’ captain Oz Blayzer and forward Willy Workman addressed the crowd and thanked the Jewish community for their wonderful hospitality.
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.