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Five Years without Her
Today, November 5th, marks 5 years since the tragic car crash that took the life of Israeli NT player, Nili Natho.

Toliver is Round 1's MVP
Kristi Toliver didn’t leave us much choice with 33 points in Raanana's huge win at Ashdod. Besides her, you won't any other guards in this week's first team.

Grab a Tennis Ball, Hit the Lights
That's one method Kristi Toliver used to become such a clutch performer, known mostly for making one of the biggest shots in NCAA history. Now she's here, an exciting playmaker and just as nice a person, welcome interview inside.

Maryland Great to Raanana Hertzeliya
Kristi Toliver, the 3rd overall pick in the last WNBA draft who will forever be remembered for hitting that amazing 3-pointer in Maryland’s 2006 NCAA Championship game, has signed with Raanana Hertzeliya for the upcoming season.
Raanana Hertzeliya announce roster
A little over a month before the start of the season, Raanana Hertzeliya has published the roster for the upcoming year. Two foreigners were signed along with many young Israeli players, two more names are supposed to be added soon.
Back To The Finals
Ramat Hasharon led by just 4 after a tough to watch first half but broke away in the 2nd half to a convincing win. Ramat Hasharon returns to the finals after a year absence.
Ramat Hasharon Holds
Ramat Hasharon made things a lot tougher than they should've been. Raanana Hertzeliya used a great effort by its front line to stay in it and came back to tied the game with three to play. Ramat Hasharon made two good plays on their next possessions and Raanana Hertzeliya's two critical errors sealed the deal.
2 Points Enough for 2nd Place
In a physical playoff battle with an exciting finish, Ramat Hen survived Temeka Johnson's comeback attempt and won 72 - 70 to secure 2nd place almost completely. Photo gallery
Who'll Stop Ramat Hasharon?
Probably no one. In a battle for 1st place, Ramat Hasharon was head and shoulders above Raanana Hertzeliya on their way to a 79 – 60 win which secured home court advantage through out the playoffs. Tatyana Troina led the red with 24 points. Photo gallery
Round 20 MVP – Charde Houston
Charde Houston with 34 points wins her 3rd round MVP honors. Joining her on the 1st team is her teammate who won the game in Ashdod, the player who finally won a game for Tel Kabir, Jia Perkins who abused Ramat Hen and Ashdod's center.