Joshua Halickman

Joshua Halickman, The Sports Rabbi is the founder of the website and has been covering Israeli sports since 2004. The Sports Rabbi has gone to over 4,000 live sporting events in 25+ countries looking for the most exciting and intriguing stories. Josh has lectured to over 10,000 people across the globe about the Zionism through Israeli Sports. You can follow Josh on Twitter @thesportsrabbi

Joshua Halickman

Joshua Halickman, The Sports Rabbi is the founder of the website and has been covering Israeli sports since 2004. The Sports Rabbi has gone to over 4,000 live sporting events in 25+ countries looking for the most exciting and intriguing stories. Josh has lectured to over 10,000 people across the globe about the Zionism through Israeli Sports. You can follow Josh on Twitter @thesportsrabbi
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Deni Avdija spoke at a special media session ahead of the Washington Wizards Jewish Heritage Day which will take place on Thursday night at the game against the Los Angeles Clippers. Immediately following the media session Avdija was named to the World Team’s Rising...

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Kidd Debut, 3’s Are Wild, Work In Progress – Jerusalem downs Nahariya 87-80 in tough battle up north: Analysis, Highlights, Recap & More

Hapoel Jerusalem got by Nahariya 87-80 up north in an entertaining game that saw Stanton Kidd’s debut for the Reds while the hosts were without the suspended Joe Alexander. Shai Segalovich’s squad played the visitors tight throughout the 40 minutes as Michael Young,...

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