In a battle of North vs. South in the Winner League quarterfinals, the Greens were dealt a crushing blow, 94-75, in Eilat. Maccabi Bazan Haifa will head back North to Romema (0-1), knowing that a win on their come court will be crucial if Haifa is to come out of this quarterfinals series as the victor.
Maccabi Bazan Haifa (17-16) will face Hapoel Eilat (17-16) tomorrow (Sunday) at 7:05pm at Rabin Arena in Eilat, for the first game of the quarterfinal series between the two teams. The fifth seed Greens will be without home court advantage against the fourth seed Eilat in the best-of-5 series. Maccabi’s last game of the regular
33 regular season games are in the books, and now it’s almost time for the quarterfinals, so let’s look back at the Greens’ (17-16) season and their turnaround in the third round. After going 4-7 in the first round, the Greens finished with a 5-6 record in the second round. However, everything came together right in
Maccabi Bazan Haifa made things very interesting on Sunday evening at Romema, surviving a furious comeback for an 82-81 victory over Hapoel Holon, which nearly erased a 22 point lead by the Greens. Maccabi Haifa seemed like they would try and run out the clock with an 82-80 lead with less than 20 seconds left
Maccabi Bazan Haifa (16-16) host Hapoel Holon (17-15) tomorrow (Sunday) at 9:05pm at Romema. The game will be broadcast on Channel 1, while all other games in the league will take place simultaneously to determine the Playoff quarterfinals seeding. Purchase tickets to the game: http://goo.gl/3gkotF After four consecutive wins, the Greens were stopped in Jerusalem, after
Maccabi Bazan Haifa clinched a Winner League playoff birth tonight, despite a disappointing 90-67 loss to Hapoel Jerusalem at Payis Arena in Jerusalem. The loss of Herzeliya to Holon ensured that Haifa could fare no worse than 8th place as the Greens dropped back to .500 at 16-16 in 6th place. Haifa will host Hapoel Holon in
Maccabi Bazan Haifa (16-15) will travel tomorrow (Thursday) at 9:05pm to face Hapoel Jerusalem at the new Pais arena. The game will be broadcast live on Sport5. The Greens are riding a four-game winning streak, while the Reds were upset by Herzeliya in their last game, snapping their 7 game winning streak. The Greens’ last