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Maccabi Ashdod B.C

Maccabi Ashdod (Hebrew: מכבי אשדוד‎) is a professional basketball team based in the port city of Ashdod. It is the basketball division of the Maccabi Ashdod sports club.


The team was founded in 1961 by "Maccabi Ashdod Sports Association", Built on Former Players of Maccabi Cairo who migrated to Israel and played in the first years in the Outdoor court.

The team played in the Second league since 1998/99. and in the Ligat Ha'al in Israel since 2010/11.

In 2010/11 Season, the team finished in sixth place, and in the playoff up to quarter-final. In the State Cup, Lost to Maccabi Tel Aviv at the Semi-final.

In 2011/12 Season, the team reached the finals of the championship of Israel, and Lost to Maccabi Tel Aviv at the final game 63-83.

In October 6, 2012, the team reached the finals of the League cup, and Lost to Maccabi Tel Aviv at the final game 65-75.


Players 2012/13

Num' State Name Height Position
4 Israel Zack Gordon 1.98 Small Forward
5 United States Jamie Skeen 2.06 Center
6 Israel (c) Dror Hajaj 1.78 Point guard
7 United States Mike Hall 2.03 Small Forward
8 Israel Yoni Dray 1.78 Point guard
9 United States Mardy Collins 1.98 Shooting guard
10 Israel Barak Hadad 1.80 Point guard
11 United States Diamon Simpson 2.01 Center
12 Israel Moshe Mizrahi 2.02 Small Forward
13 Israel Daniel Goor Arie 2.00 Forward
14 Israel Guni Izraeli 1.85 Point guard
15 Israel Gilad Karni 1.95 Small Forward
21 Israel Dvir Israel 1.80 Shooting guard

Former players

  • United States Alex Tyus
  • United States David Colbert
  • United States Wayne Wallace
  • United States Al Faux
  • United States Desi Barmore
  • Serbia Zeljko Rakocevic
  • Romania Marsel Tenter

See also


  • maccabi ashdod (he)
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