Bnei Herzliya lost this evening (Wednesday) at the Enerbox Hall in Hadera to the Greek priests of Athens with the result 90:87 and ended its European season in the FIBA Champions League in fourth and last place at home, from which it is not possible to start the play-in stage, but with many reasons to be proud.
The holder of the cup had the possibility to advance even in case of a loss, but Ritas Vilana's victory over Tenerife in the corresponding match prevented this from happening.
Despite the relegation, Oren Aharoni's apprentices displayed a high level of ability against a talented team and can come out proud of their European campaign in which they achieved two impressive victories against Ritas Vilnius.
Oren Aharoni, photo: Alan Shiver
Many reasons to be proud in Herzliya, photo: Alan Shiver
A touch from history, photo: Alan Shiver
At the beginning of the season, when Hogarla holds the trophy in its first appearance in the history of the FIBA Champions League for the toughest house in the factory, which includes the factory champion Tenerife, the Lithuanian champion Ritas Vilnius and the legendary former player Vasilis Spanolis's Priestri, few thought that the trophy holder would be able to qualify from it, and at the end of an impressive campaign Almost managed to register a great and historic achievement for the club.
Unlike the first game between the two teams at the beginning of the season in Greece, tonight the match was close throughout.
Oren Aharoni got another wonderful game from Morris Kemp who continued his great form from last month and produced an impressive display of 32 points, but the excellence of Marcus Danmon and Sylvain Francisco on the other hand gave the guest the lead at the end of the last quarter and the dramatic victory.
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