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Date 04/28/2012
Arena Hayovel Herzeliya

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Maccabi Ashdod 94 - Bnei Herzeliya 70

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The Cup is Yellow again
After a 3-year break, Maccabi Tel-Aviv is again the Israeli Cup Holders with 70-77 victory over Bnei Hasharon. Andrew Wisniewski was voted MVP with 11 points and 9 assists. Shawn James had 20 points and 12 boards in a losing cause.

Maccabi Inks Birenboim
The most experienced coach in the league, Effie Birenboim, signed with Maccabi Tel Aviv for the first time in his career, a few days before turning 54 years old.

Tapiro Returns to Bnei Hasharon!
After 5 years in 2 different periods, Meir Tapiro surprisingly leaves Hapoel Jerusalem and signs a 2-year deal with Bnei Hasharon.

Cisse and Belcher Stays with Bnei
Bnei Hasharon wants to keep most of their roster, and today they signed Cookie Belcher and Ousmane Cisse for two more years.
Bney Hasharon 92 - Maccabi Tel-Aviv 94: Pictures Gallery
Liron Moldovan came back from Herzeliya with another great set of pictures.
Rishon 78 - Bnei 58: Photo Gallery
Our photographer Aviad Mizrachi saw Maccabi Rishon easily defeating Bnei Hasharon.
Cup Finals - Photo Gallery
Our photographer Ohad Redlich took his camera and saw Hapoel Jerusalem's players, fans and coaches celebrate the team's third ever state cup after an easy win over Hapoel Jerusalem.
Jerusalem won the Cup
Hapoel Jerusalem won their 3rd cup in their history after a great victory, 103-85 over Bnei Hasharon. Austin scored 27 points, and after a decade, the cup is coloured red and white once more.
Photo Gallery: Semifinal #2
Our photographer, Ohad Redlich, captured Maccabi Tel Aviv's first cup loss in a decade, with pictures from Bnei Hasharon's convincing victory.
Maccabi Loses the Cup!!!
For the first time in 9 years, Maccabi Tel Aviv won't win the Israeli state cup. The team lost tonight to Nailon's Bnei Hasharon in the semifinals. The other finalist is Hapoel Jerusalem, who crushed Ironi Ramat Gan.