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Omri Casspi cut from the Golden State Warriors for technical reasons last weekend, Gil Hoffman talks about the first Israeli to play in the NBA on Inside Israel Today.
The Greens rank second all-time among international basketball teams in games played against NBA opponents.
"Sports have the great power to break down barriers between people from different communities."
Israeli sports technology company execs were in the United States this summer to showcase their latest products.
The ADL posted an Internet anti-Semitism "flash flood alert" over the dismissal of NBA head coach David Blatt.
All you need is a few days vacation and a few thousand dollars to show the Israeli flag at the big game.
The official exchange rate is one dollar per point.
"Yes, mistakes do happen,” he said in an apology.
An Ethiopian-Israeli Knesset Member called racist statements attributed to Donald Sterling, the Jewish owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, “disgusting” in a letter to...
Abraham Foxman, the Anti-Defamation League’s national director labeled as “reprehensible” the racist remarks attributed to Donald Sterling, the Jewish owner of the Los Angeles...
Just as sad as Sterling’s racist comments is that Jewish leaders tacitly accept his having a non-Jewish mistress.
National Basketball Association star Tony Parker has apologized for performing an anti-Semitic salute after a three-year-old photo was published in the French media. The photo...
The basketball exhibition of NBA stars, which Dennis Rodman is preparing for the birthday celebration of North Korean dictator Kim Jung Un, is "an undeserved gift to a murderous tyrant," Rabbi Cooper of the Simon Wiesenthal Center said.
Pollack is basketball’s ultimate numbers and public relations man.
Omri Casspi, the first Israeli-born player to join the NBA, has agreed to a two-year, $2 million contract with the Houston Rockets. Casspi, 25, who...
Omri Casspi, the first Israeli to play in the NBA, had an appendectomy. The Cleveland Cavaliers forward had his appendix removed on Saturday night at...
South Florida has received quite a boost from the newly crowned National Basketball Association champion Miami Heat. It’s difficult to describe the frenzy of Heat fans in their quest for victory. It is truly compelling that in this time of economic downturn, the Heat sold out every home game. Apparently, the thrill of experiencing this type of event is quite powerful.
Mention the names Leo Gottlieb, Sid Hertzberg, Ossie Schectman, Ralph Kaplowitz, Nat Milotzok and Hank Rosenstein, and the image that probably comes to mind is that of the board of directors of a Florida retirement village rather than half the roster of the 1946-47 New York Knickerbockers basketball team.