Cops evacuated the hall to locate flares before the derby, a test of fitness for Brown
Less than four hours before the fourth game in the series against Maccabi Tel Aviv (21:00), Hapoel Tel Aviv members were evacuated from the Drive-In.
No torches were found
Sunday, May 22, 2022, 5:27 p.m.
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The quarterfinals of the playoffs in the basketball Premier League will continue tonight (Sunday, 21:00) with the fourth game in the series between Hapoel Tel Aviv and Maccabi Tel Aviv.
The Yellows reach the away game with a 2: 1 advantage after winning 88: 100 in Yad Eliyahu in the first game, 86:93 in Drive In in the second game and losing to Hapoel 95:73 in the third game at home.
Less than four hours before the derby, police forces evacuated the hall from its staff and removed all Hapoel Tel Aviv personnel in order to locate torches.
This approach comes against the backdrop of the football derby events and the pyrotechnics demonstration that delayed the game by 18 minutes last night.
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Will Maccabi Tel Aviv recover in Drive-In?
Roman Sorkin (Photo: Kobi Eliyahu)
In its victory in the third game at Yad Eliyahu, Hapoel Tel Aviv became the first team since Hapoel Galil Elyon in 1993 to beat Maccabi Tel Aviv four times in one season.
The last team to beat Maccabi Tel Aviv in Yad Eliyahu in the playoffs was Hapoel Eilat, which came back from a 2: 0 deficit to a 2: 3 victory in the 2015 semifinal series.
Jaylen Reynolds recorded a minus 7 index in the previous game, and equaled nationally in the negative record of the index of a Maccabi Tel Aviv player in the playoffs, passing one way, Nikola Vujicic, who recorded a minus 6 index in the semifinals against Urbani Nahariya in 2004. In
the center Coping:
JP Tokoto and Derek Williams.
The battle between the two forwards may be key when it seems that Maccabi Tel Aviv will have an advantage in the guard positions.
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Will he be able to play?
Jacoben Brown (Photo: Udi Citation)
In a few words:
after the heroic victory in game number 3, half of which was with only two foreigners, Hapoel Tel Aviv turned to only one question - will Jacoben Brown be fit for the fourth game after the serious neck injury.
The guard had a light training session this morning, really wants to play and will pass a fitness test before the game.
The team believes that despite the large gaps in the number of foreigners, they will be able to reduce them with the help of a smart game and try to beat Maccabi again.
At the city rival they took very hard the loss on Wednesday at home.
The Yellows trained on Friday in Drive In after Yad Eliyahu was busy for the show, and necessary adjustments will be made in terms of aggression and intensity to try and finish the story already in the fourth game.
Maccabi spoke with Jaylen Reynolds to try and get him back on track after a very weak start to the playoff series.
"We get to game number 4, we will have to bring the same defensive energies and the same aggressiveness in the first two games and more than that, we have already won there, we will have to come in the same approach and come back with a victory," said Maccabi Tel Aviv coach Avi Even ahead of the game.
Derek Williams added: "It will be our big game, we will have to play with confidence and energy, the game will start with the defense, like the first two games we won. As long as we play well on defense, we will have a good game."
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