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Back to the top: Hapoel Holon beat Legia Warsaw 79:101 Israel today


Goodes' team rose to the top of Group C in the Champions League with the help of a wonderful game by Chris Johnson, who excelled with 25 points

Hapoel Holon returned to the winning track this evening (Tuesday) with an impressive 79:101 victory over Legia Warsaw at the Toto Hall as part of the fifth round of the group stage in the FIBA ​​Champions League and rose to the top of Group C with the help of a wonderful game by Chris Johnson, who led the list of goals for the host team with 25 points.

A few minutes before the start of the match, Guy Goodes' apprentices received the news from the corresponding match at home that took place in Turkey, where the Belgian Ostend surprised the local Galatasaray, effectively determining that the Purples depend only on themselves and can take the lead at the end of the evening.

Hapoel Holon is back to win,

The Purples, led by Eric Green and Chris Johnson, who stood out and scored a combined 48 points, alongside Joe Ragland's 5 points and 18 assists (an all-time record in the factory) did not let the opportunity slip away from them, they presented team basketball that was beautiful to the eye, when everyone who played The scores also got on the board, and they led by a double-digit gap after just a few minutes, when at halftime the difference had already jumped to 25 points, on the way to an important and comfortable home victory.

Hapoel Holon is back to win, photo: Oded Karni

The guest who introduced ex-Hapoel Jerusalem Ray McCollum to Sgala failed to be a rival to the Israeli champion.

After the match, the Purples will begin preparations for their next game when they will host Hapoel Eilat on Monday as part of the ninth round in the Winner League.

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Source: israelhayom

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