Bethlehemi again saw his team lose a lead in the final minutes, this time it ended in a 97: 102 victory • Williams stood out with 21 points • Detroit and Cleveland scouts came to watch the Med
Tomer Ginet celebrates a second season victory this evening at Drive In
Hapoel Tel Aviv's games have long become the most dramatic show in the city. After the crazy loss to Maccabi Rishon Lezion on Friday, the Reds again dropped a promising lead in the final minutes and needed an extension to beat Hapoel Be'er Sheva 97: 102.
Jordan Hamilton, 19 points against Beer Sheva // Photo: Alan Shaver
It was another unimpressive performance by the Reds, but in the end the quality on the roster made the difference and gave Ariel Bethlehemi just a second victory in seven cycles and eased the club pressure a little.
Detroit and Cleveland scouts from the BBC reached the Shlomo Group Hall and saw the Sea of Madar open in the quintet, providing a solid 8-point and 4-point assists in 24 points. They sure noticed that in the minutes when the ball was in the hands of the young center the game was much more arranged, such as in the extension.
Lanzel Smith , tonight at Drive In // Photo: Alan Shiber
Rami Hadar's team was in the first half with a huge performance by Spencer Weiss who scored 23 points. In the second half, the natural guard did not score and the Southerners suffered a third consecutive loss, dropping to penultimate place in the standings.