Yoav Ziv-Courtesy Maccabi Tel Aviv Website
Ron Ackerman & The Sports Rabbi
Next The Sports Rabbi had the great privilege to visit the brand new Ferrari showroom & museum in Tel Aviv
located at 154 Menachem Begin Rd. I had a tour with Ron Ackerman (18:57) who discussed and described all of the great cars that can now be purchased in Israel. Not only can you drive off with a Ferrari California or Ferrari FF, the showroom also has Maseratis as well!
Michael Schumacher Ferrari 2006
Though the showroom is available by appointment only for serious customers, the museum is open to the public in the same complex! The great exhibition includes a race used F1 2006 Michael Schumacher Ferrari as well as other memorabilia! So make sure to put this stop on your list!
Dor Hoffman of Sport 5 with The Sports Rabbi!
Avery Bradley of the Boston Celtics
Plus Jon interviews Boston Celtics Star Avery Bradley
(1:02:30) and they discuss his time in Israel with Hapoel Jerusalem during the NBA lockout and his play now as he has become a starter and is emerging as an important piece to the basketball club.
The Sports Rabbi MLB correspondent Dave Faris (1:17:58) and I took a look at the baseball action both on and off the field. from Matt Kemp of the LA Dodgers to the Yankees starting pitching with go around the diamond and dig up the best stories of the week! So check out this great segment with Dave & I!
Then surprise guest and NY Rangers fan extraordinaire Robert Hollander (1:40:11) graced The Sports Rabbi airwaves and talked about the playoff atmosphere at The World’s Most Famous Arena- Madison Square Garden where Robert has been for all of the Rangers play off games! To game 7 against the Ottawa Senators to rookie sensation Chris Kreider
we talk Rangers Hockey!
Will Pierre McGuire be the next Habs GM?
And then to close out the show Doc Ike The Sports Rabbi NHL correspondent went around the NHL Playoffs and discussed the surprising Los Angeles Kings and Phoenix Coyotes to the suspended Alexander Radulov and Andrei Kostityn of the Nashville Predators. Plus we looked at the Montreal Canadiens open general manager’s chair as analyst Pierre McGuire and Marc Bergevin are both being considered for the job.
The Sports Rabbi
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