In another exciting match-up, the Midrash Ballers went head-to-head with Team Mirwis. Natanel Assayag was the star player for the Ballers, scoring 18 points and driving the team's offense. Ari Adler was a key contributor for the Ballers as well, with 12 points and 5 assists. However, Team Mirwis had a plan to contain Assayag, implementing a box-and-1 defense in the second half. Ultimately, the Mirwis' strategy proved successful, as they pulled away by a final score of 52-37.
The Jacobowitz team showed their dominance on the court as they beat the Texans 55-25. Ezzy Pollack led the way with his pressure defense and pinpoint passing, while Jack Jacobowitz and Tzvi Hagar contributed to the victory with 20 and 15 points respectively. The Jacobowitz guards provided the firepower on offense, while their big men shut down the Texans' attack. Tzvi Hagar also had 6 rebounds to go along with his 15 points. The Jacobowitz team had a complete performance to earn the win.
The 6ix came roaring back from a slow start versus Meaningful Minute. After finding themselves down in the early first half, they turned it around thanks to an inspired switch to zone defense, allowing them to take a one-point lead into halftime. Instrumental performances from star big man Amram Asayag and star guard Yoel Kintzer were integral to the team's 11-point victory. The 6ix's pace was relentless and their fast-break execution was superb, leading to their fifth victory of the season. This impressive 54-43 win versus Meaningful Minute will undoubtedly provide the 6ix with a huge lift of momentum as they look to continue their winning streak into next week's action.
In other exciting games around the "Eli's Homemade Schnitzel" Israel Basketball League, Storm held on to a nail-biting 44-41 victory against the Hebrew Hoopers, Symphony Care Network prevailed in a 31-25 defensive battle with against Klass, Baby Korn won 58-47 against Team 305, Aish claimed a 45-27 victory over Sinai Schools, and the Moreshet Mavs also just barely got past Sinai, with a last-second 35-33 victory.