Having catapulted from the bench of his local F.C. Ashdod to the starting lineup of storied Scottish club Celtic, Nir Biton takes a moment to reflect.
Championship winner doesn’t rule out a second career helping local hoopsters.
Alex Tyus started his overseas career in Ashdod and quickly gained attention in Europe, but though he joined Cantu he’ll be back for Israel’s national team
Derrick Sharp is known for being one the greatest basketball players in Maccabi Tel Aviv history. And his journey to stardom is not your average Maccabi story.
Marc Stein, one of America’s top sports journalists, speaks to Haaretz about his love of world soccer, his time at ESPN and his take on Omri Casspi and the future of Israeli basketball.
Brad Greenberg came from the U.S. to rebuild Maccabi Haifa, but already has it near the top of the league.
Before Doug Gottlieb, a basketball analyst for CBS and ESPN was on the air, he was playing professional ball, not only in the U.S. but also for a brief stint in Israel.
Tamir Goodman, who was the first Orthodox Jew to play Division I hoops and played in Israel until his 2009 retirement, discusses his work with Omri Casspi and his book on a spiritual approach to basketball.
Meet Zach Gordon, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and one of the bright, English-speaking stars of Israeli basketball.