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Abdul Jabbar appeared on the NBC network’s political weekly talk show Meet the Press on Sunday.
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Promising basketball star falls in 1973 Kippur War.
By ALLON SINAI
Quarterfinal sweep by Fenerbahce, punctuated by overtime clincher in Tel Aviv, leaves yellow-and-blue forlorn.
Rishon strengthened its hold on third place with a 77-71 win over Ironi Ness Ziona.
Tel Aviv’s reign as champ over as relentless Fener finishes off series with thrilling OT triumph at Yad Eliyahu.
Mac TA cautiously optimistic at home, down 0-2 to Fener with Euroleague campaign hanging by a thread.
Team to finish season in last place will be demoted to the National League.
Yellow-and-blue down 2-0 in best-of-five series with Turks dominating Game 2 in Istanbul
Game 2 of Euroleague quarterfinal vs host Fenerbahce essentially a must-win for yellow-and-blue.
The 26-year-old Israeli led his team to victory over the Lakers in Sacramento’s final home game of the season on Monday.
Jeremy Pargo was excellent for Maccabi with 25 points and eight rebounds, but star forward Devin Smith experienced an off night.
Rishon deals yellow-and-blue 20-point loss in local action before opening series against Fenerbahce.
26-year-old Israeli likely takes significant step towards receiving the contract extension he is hoping for from the Sacramento Kings.
After recent Euroleague slump, yellow-and-blue in danger of missing quarterfinals for first time in six years.
Casspi, the Yavne native, has enjoyed a revival of sorts ever since George Karl took over as head coach earlier this season.
When you are 2.17-meters tall it is hard to fly under the radar.
Devin Smith is set to become Maccabi Tel Aviv’s longest serving foreign player after signing a contract extension until the end of the 2017/18 season on Tuesday.
Hapoel topped 90 points for a third straight game.
Raviv Limonad had 18 points for Hapoel, which fell to 14-12.
Yellow-and-blue struggles against Galatasaray but ultimately ekes out victory at Yad Eliyahu.
After recent slump, yellow-and-blue’s quarterfinal prospects on the line against Turks at Yad Eliyahu.
The players, the coaches and the fans all know it’s a mistake.
Perhaps more than anyone else, Shelef was responsible for the resurrection of Hapoel Tel Aviv.
Friday night’s showdown with Real Madrid in the Spanish capital could have hardly come at a worst timing for the yellow-and-blue.
Maccabi entered the game on the back of a 17-game BSL winning streak and also outplayed Jerusalem in the State Cup final last month.
Hapoel Tel Aviv dominates in fourth quarter in win over Nahariya.
After three defeats in four Euroleague games, yellow-and-blue must beat Lithuanians in Tel Aviv.
Arik Henig, the sportswriter and filmmaker who brought NBA TV broadcasts to Israel 30 years ago, is about to publish a book on the subject.
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Mac TA has little trouble beating Eilat for 17th consecutive BSL win; red-hot Nahariya edges Holon.
The 31-year-old American forward has become the heart and soul of the yellow-and-blue in recent seasons.
After three tight quarters, Holon took a four-point gap (59- 55) into the final 10 minutes, before slowly but surely increasing the margin.
Yellow-and-blue cruises against Rishon; Hapoel keeps pace after outplaying Eilat on the road.
Maccabi counting on Greek center Sofoklis Schortsanitis to regain top form.
Mac TA survives scare against Ashdod; J’lem steamrolls Holon for fifth straight win.
Hapoel suffered surprise setbacks in its past two contests, against Ashdod and Rishon Lezion, but improved to 12-9 by dominating Ness Ziona.
Jerusalem team bounces back with win over Ironi Ness Ziona.
“Our goal is to reach the playoffs,” says Guy Goodes.
Holon entered the game on the back of three consecutive league wins and six victories from its past seven contests.
Jerusalem fails to live up to pre-game billing and capitulates in second half on the way to heavy final defeat.
Hap Jerusalem seemingly the front runner to sign the Israeli guard who continues to hold out for an NBA offer.
To classify Reeves Nelson as just a basketball player, reducing him to simply his profession, would be unfair to Nelson the thinker, the intellectual, the man.
By JOSIAH HIMMELMAN
With zero losses in 2015, yellow-and-blue hosts Berlin hoping to keep pressure on Real atop Euroleague group
Since losing five straight games, Jerusalem has only fallen to Maccabi Tel Aviv over the past month, holding its opponents to 66.8 points in four wins.
Ashdod had just three wins from 16 games when Sherf took charge, but has since claimed two victories from three games and finally climbed off the bottom of the standings on Saturday.
A buzzer-beating three hands yellow-and-blue road win over Galatasaray to improve to 5-1 in Top 16.
There is still a long way to go, but head coach has exceeded all expectations to date and the fact a repeat as European champion is seeming increasingly possible pretty much says it all.
Joseph Jones led six Hapoel players in double figures with 16 points and nine rebounds.
Maccabi notched its 12th consecutive league win to improve to 16-2, but only after overcoming a scare against one of the BSL’s worst teams.
Maccabi moved tied with Real atop Top 16 Group E at 4-1.
Maccabi beats Hapoel in first TA duel at Einstein Arena, making it 11 straight league wins.
Re-energized Reds cruise to BSL win to climb to 2nd place; Hapoel hosts Maccabi in TA derby tonight.
Pargo’s rare night and dominant second half see yellow-and-blue claim 20-point victory over Hapoel.
It was 11 weeks ago that the yellow-and-blue dropped to its heaviest ever defeat to an Israeli club, suffering a 93-63 thrashing at the hands of Hapoel Jerusalem.
Yellow-and-blue improves to 2-1 after nail-biting encounter in Tel Aviv; Pargo leads way with 20 points.
Yellow-and-blue easily puts away Northerners for 9th consecutive league win; Ness Ziona tied with Jerusalem.
The defending champion beat Red Star Belgrade 78-67 at Yad Eliyahu Arena, controlling the fourth quarter after a tight start to the contest.
Matters for Jerusalem, on the other hand, are going from bad to worse.
Maccabi wins again, stands at eight-win streak.
There was further bad news for Jerusalem on Wednesday, with veteran center Yaniv Green suffering what is likely a season-ending knee injury after slipping in the second quarter.
The 26-year-old Israeli point guard is of course doing his best to remain in shape with his personal trainer and continues to practice as hard as ever.
The semifinals will take place at the Jerusalem Arena on February 16, with the final to be held at the same venue three days later.
Jerusalem eked out an 81-78 overtime win at Rishon thanks to a strong defensive showing in the closing stages of the fourth quarter and overtime.
Yellow-and-blue survived a mighty scare to overcome Hapoel Tel Aviv 73-71 at Nokia Arena on Saturday night to reach the semifinals of the State Cup.
Jerusalem entered the game on the back of five straight defeats over all competitions and spent recent days trying to minimize the damage of another Donta Smith scandal.
Yellow-and-blue crushes Afula, while Reds outplay Ness Ziona; Hap J’lem in action tonight.
Star forward fined 25K by Reds for his obscene gesture towards fans, will avoid suspension
Hapoel’s overall losing streak hits five games as Smith can’t come through from the line.
Cohen played for some of Europe’s best clubs over the past eight seasons.
The yellow-and-blue will enter the Top 16 on the back of five wins from its last six continental contests after clinching Thursday’s triumph with a late 8-0 run.
A season which began with so much promise is unraveling at the seams and the mounting tension at the club is clearly evident.
Yellow-and-blue improves to 10-2 in BSL after dominant 119-89 showing at home.
Hapoel stunned by Northerners in the capital, suffering 3rd straight setback overall.
After erratic start, yellow-and-blue puts Cedevita away to continue building momentum ahead of Top 16.
Maccabi will be aiming to avenge its shock defeat to Cedevita at Nokia Arena last month.
Hapoel drops double-overtime affair at home vs Ploiesti to seal its Eurocup fate, falls to 2-7 in group
It’s do-or-die for Reds in continental competition, needing a nine-point win over CSU to stay alive.
The blue-and-white is aiming to advance past the first round of the European Championships for the first time since 2007.
26-year-old Israeli guard released by the Dallas Mavericks over a month ago lands new contract.
Maccabi Tel Aviv overcomes Germans to secure its place in the Top 16 with two regular season games to play.
Yotam Halperin led six Jerusalem players in double figures with 15 points, while Craig Smith had 21 points for Ness Ziona (6-3).
Hapoel Jerusalem is off to a club-record 8-0 start to the season, winning its games by an average 20.5 points.
Maccabi no rival for Russian powerhouse, losing by 23 points to drop to 4-3 in Euroleague regular season
Despite perfect record in BSL, Reds toil at 1-5 in Eurocup with crucial duel at Volgograd on tap.
Since losing its opener against Maccabi Tel Aviv, Ness Ziona has won six of seven contests.
Maccabi Tel Aviv extends winning streak to four games in all competitions with 80-65 triumph at Romema Arena.
Mac TA loses early lead, but hangs on to defeat French champion.
Yellow-and-blue looked to have completely lost its way after suffering three humbling defeats in succession over a nightmarish eight days earlier in November.
Reds drop to fifth defeat in six games, falling for third time at home with loss to Turkey’s Bandirma.
Israeli basketball will never be the same after the untimely death of Uri Shelef.
Whether the Jewish amulet was good luck, or the players were simply on the ball, the royal couples (Will, Kate, Beyonce and Jay-Z) watched the Cavaliers beat the Nets 110-88.
By LAUREN IZSO