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The streak was interrupted: 92:97 to Hapoel Beer Sheva/Dimona over Ironi Nes Ziona | Israel today


After four consecutive victories, the Oranges were stopped in the capital of the Negev • 33 points for David Appiani for the hosts, only 15 points for Tyler Bay for the Oranges

The league's hottest team was stopped.

Hapoel Be'er Sheva/Dimona continued its wonderful momentum from the impressive victory over Hapoel Jerusalem last week and achieved another impressive home victory today (Friday) 92:97 over Iruni Nes Ziona.

Elad Hassin's oranges have looked great in recent weeks and were the hottest team in the league with a streak of four consecutive wins, but were stopped at the shell hall and suffered a third league loss this season.

Lior Liubin's apprentices continued their improvement on the defensive side - the part that was their weak point at the start of the season - and stopped Tyler B, who leads the league's scoring list, to only 15 points - nine less than his average points per game of 24.1.

The Southerners started the match strong and led throughout thanks to the offensive explosion of David Afiani who recorded his best game in Israel with 33 points.

The guest managed to get back into the game in the last quarter with a big run of their own, but Afiani, Ben Mor (13 points and 14 rebounds) and Neta Segal (13 points) were there to prevent a turnaround.


Huge game, photo: Barney Ardov

Ness Ziona.

First loss after four wins, photo: Barney Ardov

Kalil Ahmed, photo: Barney Ardov

Kulshov is flying, photo: Barney Ardov

Elad Hossein

The sequence stopped, photo: Barney Ardov

Lior Liubin.

Can be satisfied, photo: Barney Ardov

Shrek Buchanan, photo: Barney Ardov

Hanukkah candle lighting ceremony before the game, photo: Barney Ardov

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Source: israelhayom

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