Maccabi Tel Aviv 85-87 Hapoel Gilboa/Galil
Gilboa/Galil picked up the rightfully earned victory but needed a Jason Siggers 3-pointer with no time remaining on the clock to seal the deal. After being down all contest, Andrew Goudelock who was retuning from a number of months on the shelf hit a wild 3-points with 2.5 clicks left on the clock to give Maccabi Tel Aviv an 85-84 lead. But Siggers who scored 27 points took the inbound pass and nailed the game winner. Eric Griffin had 18 points for Gilbo while DJ Seely finished with 16 points for Maccabi.
Hapoel Jerusalem 69-63 Maccabi Haifa
Hapoel Jerusalem won a close matchup against Maccabi Haifa in Jerusalem. Bar Timor had 12 points, while Richard Howell had a big game of his own with 12 points and 11 rebounds for Jerusalem. Amit Simhon scored 13 points, while John Dibartolomeo dropped 11 points for Maccabi Haifa.
Hapoel Tel Aviv 91-86 Maccabi Ashdod
Hapoel Tel Aviv beat a valiant Maccabi Ashdod side by 5 points. Mark Lyons scored 30 points, while Tomer Ginat finished with 12 points for Hapoel Tel Aviv. Chase Simon scored 25 points, while Jake Cohen continued his great form with 16 points for Ashdod.
Bnei Herzliya 99-87 Ironi Nahariya
Bnei Herzliya comfortably beat Ironi Nahariya for an important victory. Jeff Adrien scored 21 points, while Darrell Williams finished with 20 points for Bnei Herzliya. Scotty Hopson finished with 28 points, while Stairt Douglas scored 17 points for Nahariya.
Hapoel Eilat 81-90 Maccabi Kiryat Gat
Hapoel Eilat suffered a huge blow to their first place hopes by losing to Maccabi Kiryat Gat. Josh Selby scored 22 points, while Justin Carter finished with 20 points for Kiryat Gat. Landon Milbourne scored 15 points as Afik Nissim scored 14 points for Hapoel Eilat.