Netanyahu congratulates Maccabi Tel Aviv on Euroleague win

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May 19, 2014 00:40

 
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"Israel is making bonfires today, but you fired up the court in Milan and we're all proud of you. Wonderful work!" Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu congratulated Maccabi Tel Aviv coach David Blatt Sunday night.

Maccabi beat tournament favorite Real Madrid 98-86 in an overtime victory to claim their sixth Euroleague title.

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