Maccabi Hunter Haifa (15-9) will host defending champions Hapoel Jerusalem (18-6) tomorrow (Monday) at 9:05 pm at RK Arena. It will be the fourth time the teams have met this season (twice in the league and once in the State Cup). Both teams have won their respective road games; Maccabi twice at Pais Arena and
Four of the Greens’ players Chanan Colman, Rene Rougeau, Oz Blayzer and John DiBartolomeo visited Megido Helipad today (Thursday) for a special Purim event, organized by the Hayim Association. The Hayim Association has been operating for more than 30 years in order to enhance the quality of medical care for children with cancer throughout the
Maccabi Haifa (8-5) will travel to Tel Aviv tomorrow (Tuesday) at 9:00 p.m. for a difficult road game against Hapoel Tel Aviv (5-9). The Greens begin the New Year on a 4-game winning streak, while the Reds snapped a four-game losing streak with a road victory over Nahariya. “We are heading for a tough road
Maccabi Haifa players Rene Rougeau, Oz Blayzer and Yiftach Ziv visited the children’s department at Rambam Hospital in Haifa this morning to bring holiday cheer to the patients. The Greens walked around the different departments of the hospital, handing out signed basketballs, and took photos with the kids and their families, and invited them to
“I am Yiftach and I am from the Haifa area and this is Rene Rougeau, who is the US, and it’s a pleasant for us to be here at your residence,” Maccabi Haifa guard Yiftach Ziv said as he introduced himself to the Ramat Haifa residents, which is located in Wadi Nisnas neighborhood in Haifa.
It’s that time of year again! The Greens roster has been nearly assembled and season tickets are on sale. Let’s breakdown by position the several returning core players, as well as an exciting cadre of new players, whom have been added to the Maccabi Bazan Haifa roster. GUARDS Chanan Colman – The 6’3 Israeli-Danish guard
The Maccabi Bazan Haifa professional basketball team announced today they have exercised the second year option in the contract of forward Rene Rougeau. The option covers the 2015-16 season. “Rene does everything on the court, and our fans grew to appreciate his constant hustle and work ethic,” said Maccabi Bazan Haifa team owner Jeff Rosen.
Maccabi Bazan Haifa flew south to Eilat today to prepare for the third game of the quarterfinal series against Hapoel Eilat tomorrow at 9:00 pm. The Greens evened the series at 1-1 after a 76-68 win at Romema last Wednesday. During the first quarter, Greens’ swingman, Will Graves, injured his left knee and will be