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2022-12-26T17:02:34.234Z


The 11th round: a big battle between the Reds will be held in the capital, the cup holder must beat Gilboa/Galil in order not to lose the title without playing for it


The 11th round of the Premier League closed today (Monday) with the intriguing match in the capital city, where Hapoel Jerusalem hosts the table leader Hapoel Tel Aviv.

The leader of the table, Hapoel Gilboa/Galil, which fired coach Rami Hadar yesterday, will play an away game against Bnei Herzliya.

Open the game with a storm.

Manford (Photo: Danny Maron)

Hapoel Jerusalem - Hapoel Tel Aviv

The impressive run of Hapoel Jerusalem in the last two months has led them to the next stage in the Champions League without the need for a play-in, and in the capital they will now be able to focus on the local framework.

Aleksandar Dzikic's team knows that apart from prestige, the game against Hapoel Tel Aviv is of great importance as a loss could lead to a more difficult draw in the quarter-finals of the State Cup, while a victory would leave Jerusalem with a chance to finish the first round in the top four of the table.

Brandon Brown and Marcus Myris are out of the squad.

Hapoel Tel Aviv did not play in the Premier League last week following the postponement of the game against Bnei Herzliya, and Danny Franco's team has two make-up games during the break from the Eurocup.

Before leaving to complete the round, the Reds want to record a prestigious victory at the expense of an opponent they beat in the quarter-finals of the Winner Cup almost three months ago.

Jacoben Brown returned to the squad after not playing in the win over Prometheus, with JP Tokoto left out.

Want to stay at the top.

Mol Vena garden (photo: Danny Maron)

the progress of the game

Quarter 1:



Jerusalem came up with five with Or Cornelius, Zach Hankins, Sim Sanda and Neh, Speedy Smith and Levi Randolph.

The guest with Xavier Manford, Adam Ariel, Jacob Brown, Tomer Ginat and Chinano Onoaku on the floor.

Vena opened the game with a three-pointer, Manford returned with one of his own and Ariel gave the guest the lead after three minutes with 5:8.

The combination between Ginat and Anuak looked great and increased Tel Aviv's gap on the way to Aleksandar Dzikic's timeout.

Ariel came back with a basket from outside the arc and went up to double digits early in the 4:21 run of the guests.

The rhythm of Danny Franco's team continued with the shooting of Idan Zalmanson who opened a double digit gap.

Carrington brought Jerusalem back to business a little, but the quarter ended with

a 16:28 lead for Tel Aviv.



Quarter 2:



Carrington, Blazer and Hankins scored from the penalty and reduced the difference, until Jordan McRae squeezed a basket and a foul and continued to increase the gap.

Onuaku again stood out in the paint and under the ring, Bar Timur scored from the three and Dzikich called a timeout with 22:37 for the guest in white.

The host, with only three assists in a quarter and a half, saw Braun make a point from the line and Veena Mzemek with a nice three-pointer.

Randolph continued with the great ability to narrow the score, but Ginat enjoyed an assist from Onuaku on the way to an easy basket in the paint.

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Bnei Herzliya must win to play in the cup.

Morris Kemp (Photo: Danny Maron)

Bnei Herzliya - Hapoel Gilboa/Galil (19:30)

Bnei Herzliya was eliminated from Europe last week with a disappointing home loss to Prestri, and now Oren Aharoni's team will focus only on the local framework.

Herzliya has seven qualified foreigners on its roster, and the club will soon make a decision on whether to part with at least one and stay with a more depleted squad.

In the meantime, the club knows that only two victories, against Gilboa tomorrow and in the make-up game against Hapoel Tel Aviv, will advance them to the quarterfinals of the State Cup, while one loss will knock them out and prevent them from retaining the title they won last season.



Gilboa/Galil last week became the first team in the Premier League to fire a coach this season, when they parted ways with Rami Hadar after 10 seasons.

The club has not yet appointed a replacement and Hadar's place on the lines is currently occupied by his assistant Goni Yazraeli, who will guide a game as a head coach for the first time in his career.

The team knows that they will have to start recording victories soon, otherwise it will be very difficult for them to get out of the last place they were in.

  • Premier League 2022/23

    Group

    games

    victories

    draw

    losses

    baskets

    points

    1

    Maccabi Tel Aviv

    10

    8

    0

    2

    760-910

    18

    2

    Hapoel Tel Aviv

    8

    7

    0

    1

    629-739

    15

    3

    Urban miracle of Ziona

    10

    7

    0

    3

    862-907

    17

    4

    Hapoel Jerusalem

    10

    6

    0

    4

    729-761

    16

    5

    Hapoel Holon

    10

    6

    0

    4

    850-870

    16

    6

    Hapoel Haifa

    9

    5

    0

    4

    752-713

    14

    7

    Hapoel Beer Sheva

    11

    5

    0

    6

    963-914

    16

    8

    Urban Kiryat Ata

    11

    4

    0

    7

    933-911

    15

    9

    Hapoel Galil Alyon

    11

    4

    0

    7

    999-935

    15

    10

    The sons of Herzliya

    9

    3

    0

    6

    748-744

    12

    11

    Hapoel Eilat

    11

    3

    0

    8

    975-859

    14

    12

    Gilboa/Galil

    10

    2

    0

    8

    869-806

    12

Saturday's results in the Premier League:



Hapoel Eilat - Hapoel Haifa 94:79


Kiryat Ata City - Hapoel Holon 97:85

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  • The sons of Herzliya

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Source: walla

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