Maccabi Hunter Haifa (15-15) will host first place Hapoel Eilat (20-10) on Monday at 8:55 p.m. The Greens are currently in eighth place in the standings — two games out of the loss column of fifth-place Herzliya, as well as two losses away from ninth and tenth place teams, Gilboa/Galil and Hapoel Tel Aviv.
Maccabi Hunter Haifa (12-12) will host Maccabi Rishon Lezion (11-13) on Monday at 7:20 p.m. at Romema. The Greens are eager to bounce back from a road loss at Nahariya, while Rishon is coming into the contest after snapping their four-game losing streak with a blowout home win over Jerusalem last week. Back to the
Maccabi Hunter Haifa (7-8) will have a short ride to face Ironi Nahariya (7-8) on Sunday for a 7:25 pm tip-off at Ein Sara. Both teams enter the game with identical records, hoping to rise in the log-jammed Winner League standings. Record-breaking game Last Monday, the Greens traveled to Gan Ner to take on Hapoel
Oz Blayzer, Amit Simhon, Orlando Mendez-Valdez and Head Coach Offer Rahimi visited the children’s department of Rambam Hospital this morning to spread Holiday Cheer before Chanukkah. The players provided the children with rubber hammers from Hunter-Tools and Sufganiyot from Shani Espresso Bar. Happy Holidays!
The new Maccabi Hunter Haifa guard, Orlando Mendez Valdez, landed tonight (Saturday) in Israel and will join the Greens’ training camp. “It’s a new chapter in my journey. There’s a lot of excitement and motivation with joining Maccabi Haifa. My goal is to get Haifa back to the Promised land and prove myself in the
The Maccabi Hunter Haifa professional basketball team of the Israeli Basketball Super League announced today they have signed veteran shooting guard Orlando Mendez-Valdez for the 2016-17 season. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. Mendez-Valdez, 30, is a perennial Mexican league All-Star with extensive experience, having spent his entire professional career in