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Closing the window in basketball: Transitions in the Legionnaires sector Israel today


Yonatan Rabinovitch moved from Wells to Klosterneuburg in Austria • Yogev Levy will play in the subsidiary team of German Wurzburg and Iti Padlon returned to Israel • "Israel Hayom" with the last minute updates

Simultaneously with the closing of the window in European football, the transfer deadline has also ended in some of the basketball leagues in Europe.

The closing of the window has resulted in some moves in our Legionnaires section and "Israel Hayom" brings all the last minute deals.

Yonatan Rabinovitch

, a former Hapoel Tel Aviv player, moved from Wells to Klosterneuburg on the last transfer day in Austria.

Rabinovich, who holds an Austrian passport and is considered a local, played for Wales as a starting point guard and recorded 4.3 points, 3.5 assists and 2.4 rebounds per game this season while helping the team take third place in the table.

Another Legionnaire, the

center Yogev Levy

- the brother of Gilad Levy from Hapoel Jerusalem, moved from TTL Bamberg to the second team of St. Oliver-Wurzburg in Germany.

Yogev Levy

traveling in the German league,

Levy's new team, former Maccabi Ashdod and Ayala, plays in the third division in the country, and the player will be another foreigner in the parent team from the first division in Germany in case of injury.

Itai Padlon

, who started the season in the Austrian second league and averaged 13 points, 3.5 assists and 2.5 rebounds per game, returned to Israel and joined Hapoel Kfar Saba of the national league.

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Source: israelhayom

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