Hapoel Eilat 86-80 Hapoel Jerusalem
Hapoel Eilat narrowly beat Hapoel Jerusalem in an entertaining matchup that went to overtime. Will Daniels scored 16 points, while Rafi Menco scored 15 points for first placed Hapoel Eilat. Yotam Halperin scored 20 points, while Italian Alessandro Gentile finished with 10 points Jerusalem.
Maccabi Tel Aviv 64-77 Ironi Nahariya
Ironi Nahriya comfortably beat a disappointing Maccabi Tel Aviv. Tyrone Nash scored 18 points, while Scotty Hopson finished with 12 points of his own for Nahariya. Gal Mekel scored 13 points, while Devin Smith had 11 points for Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Hapoel Holon 100-72 Maccabi Kiryat Gat
Hapoel Holon stayed close to first place Hapoel Eilat by dismantling Maccabi Kiryat Gat. Tu Holloway scored 18 points, while Darion Atkins finished with 16 points and 10 rebounds for Hapoel Holon. Josh Selby scored 25 points, while Alex Rosenberg finished with a fine 15 points for Maccabi Kiryat Gat.
Maccabi Ashdod 74-91 Rishon Le’Zion
Rishon Le’Zion took care of business against Maccabi Ashdod, winning 91-74. Patrick Richard scored 17 points from the bench, while Idan Zalmanson finished with 16 points for Rishon Le’Zion. Chase Simon scored 22 points as Jake Cohen finished with 18 points for Maccabi Ashdod.
Bnei Herzliya 96-94 Maccabi Haifa
Bnei Herzliya just beat Maccabi Haifa in a back and forth matchup that amazingly went into overtime. Or Leumi scored 23 points, while Taurean Green scored 16 points for Bnei Herzliya who had 6 players in double-digit points. Kevin Pinkney scored 24 points with 11 reboounds, while Gregory Vargas scored 14 points with 8 assists for Maccabi Haifa.
Hapoel Tel Aviv 65-80 Hapoel Gilboa/Galil
The Tel Aviv Reds struggles continue as they fell to Gilboa/Galil at home by 15 points. Jason Siggers with 19 points and Eric Griffen sporting a double-double with 18 points and 13 rebounds easily defeated a spiraling Hapoel Tel Aviv.