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The difference: Hapoel Eilat abused 60: 123 in Nahariya Israel today

2021-04-20T17:28:08.635Z

Beit Halachmi's team did not pity the Northerners, in one of the most one-sided games ever in the Premier League • Ben Carter extended contract | Israeli basketball



Beit Halachmi's team did not feel sorry for the Northerners, in one of the most one-sided games ever in the Premier League • Eilat extended Ben Carter's contract for another two years: "One of the leading Israelis in the league"

  • Eilat players.

    They did not feel sorry for Nahariya

    Photo: 

    Yehuda ben Itach

Urbani Nahariya is not only the weakest team in the league and the safest relegation to the national team, now it is already starting to fall apart.

Last week it received 35 points from Hapoel Tel Aviv, tonight (Wednesday) it was already 32 behind at the end of the first quarter against Hapoel Eilat in an edge game.

The game ended in a 60: 123 result and it could have been even more.

Ariel Beit Halachmi gave many minutes to the bench players, and his four dominant foreigners were on the floor for only 54 minutes.

In the last round, Eilat lost to Holon after seven consecutive victories.

Tonight it was easiest for her to get back on the winning track.

The balance of power could be understood already at the end of the first quarter where the result was 8:40 for the locals.

At the end of the game, Eilat announced an impressive move it made when it signed national forward Ben Carter on a contract for another two years and guaranteed his stay at the club until the summer of 2023.

The team's coach, Ariel Beit Halachmi, commented on the extension of the contract: "Ben's great ability has made him one of the leading Israelis in the league. I am convinced that his leadership on and off the field will only bring good things to the club."

Source: israelhayom

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