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Second consecutive loss to Hapoel Tel Aviv | Israel today

2019-12-24T05:59:04.244Z

A huge game of White (24 points, 7 rebounds, 5 overs) and ex Raviv Limond (13 points, 9 assists) led Ness Ziona to an 80:95 Israeli basketball victory



A huge game of Jeff Whitey (24 points, 7 rebounds, 5 overs) and ex Raviv Lemonade (13 points, 9 SS) led Ness Ziona to an 80:95 victory over the Reds

  • Williams and Ginat see Whitey drowning, tonight in the heart of the colony

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Urban Ness Ziona returned to victory track and returned to a positive balance in the league after winning 80:95 over Hapoel Tel Aviv.

After a few games where their defense didn't work, the Oranges returned to guard. Even when someone managed to get past the first line of defense, Jeff Whitey was there to clear the paint with no less than 5 blocks, including one huge one that lowered the floor to Latvius Williams, a large body in his own right. Reviv Lemonund came with extra motivation against the team he gave up in the summer and finished with 13 points and 9 assists.

On the other side, the Reds' talent is already getting tired of talking. Ariel Beit-Halahmi needs to see how he connects his players, some of whom seem relentless. Sea Madar was a bright spot with a career record of 10 assists and 11 points. Latvius Williams again led with 27.

Raviv Lemonade, tonight in the heart of the colony. Expensive victory over the ex // Photo: Oded Karni

Mark Lyons, tonight in the heart of the colony. His weak play // Photo: Oded Karni

Letavius ​​Williams keeps Fisher. His good play was not enough // Photo: Oded Karni

Hapoel Halmi and Bench of Tel Aviv, tonight in the heart of the colony. Second loss in a row // Photo: Oded Karni

Ness Ziona players celebrate important home victory // Photo: Oded Karni

Lemonade and medar, evening in the heart of the colony // Photo: Oded Karni

Source: israelhayom

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