Hapoel Holon 79-75 Bnei Herzliya
Hapoel Holon did what Maccabi Tel Aviv couldn’t do, beating Bnei Herzliya. Jordan Taylor had 17 points, while Shlomi Harush scored 15 for Hapoel Holon. Karam Mashour scored 19 points, while Jeff Adrien finished with 17 points for the losing Bnei Herzliya.
Maccabi Ashdod 92-74 Hapoel Jerusalem
Maccabi Ashdod dismantled Hapoel Jerusalem, 92-74. Hapoel Jerusalem’s play looked flat and uninspiring, Chase Simon scored 27 points for Maccabi Ashdod, as Kevin Dillard scored 19 points for a strong Ashdod performance. Curtis Jerrells scored 14 points, while Yotam Halperin finished with 11 for the beaten Jerusalem.
Maccabi Tel Aviv 73-76 Hapoel Eilat
Hapoel Eilat continued their great play by narrowly beating Maccabi Tel Aviv in a back and forth matchup. Will Daniels scored 15 points in 19 minutes of playing time and Landon Milbourne scored 12 points for Hapoel Eilat. Guy Pnini scored 18 points, while Devin Smith had 18 points of his own for the slumping Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Rishon Le’Zion 94-87 Maccabi Kiryat Gat
Rishon Le’Zion beat Maccabi Kiryat Gat by a comfortable margin of 7 points. Cameron Long scored 28 points on 80% field goal shooting, with 5 three pointers as well. Meanwhile, his Rishon Le’Zion teammate, Charles Thomas had 13 points on 42% shooting.
Hapoel Tel Aviv 80-105 Ironi Nahariya
Ironi Nahariya clobbered Hapoel Tel Aviv in what turned into a training session at the end. Jonathan Skjoldebrand scored 23 points, while Tyrone Nash exploded for 28 points for Nahariya. Mark Lyons scored 18 points, while Raviv Limonad scored 15 points for the dismantled Hapoel Tel Aviv.
Gilboa/Galil 82-84 Maccabi Haifa
Maccabi Haifa just beat Gilboa/Galil in a great matchup, 84-82. Captain Amit Simhon scored 19 points, while Gregory Vargas had 16 points on 57% shooting for Maccabi Haifa. Jason Siggers scored 30 points on 64% shooting, while Ziv Ben Tzvi scored 15 of his own for the spirited Gilboa/Galil.