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Ramla Advances to the 1/8th Finals
If this was the final rehearsal for Ramla before the cup, Raanana Hertzeliya's players who were sitting in the stands can be pleased. Ramla wasn't really up for this game considering they won by 17 in Portugal last week, but still managed to hold on and win a close game, 67-62.
Easy Win in Portugal
Ramla stopped the surprising Coimbra with an impressive 77-60 win, and basically secured its spot in the 1/8th final. Tan White led Ramla with 19 points, the 2nd game of the series next week in Ramla will be strictly for the record.
Ramla's Road to the EuroCup
Ramla finished the group stage with a perfect 6 – 0 record which ranked them 6th overall. The next opponent is 27th ranked Olivais Coimbra of Portugal. From then on things get harder. A look ahead to all possible opponents – inside.
Bring On the 1/16th Finals
A laid back evening in Ramla ended with a convincing win by the local team over the Red Star of Belgrade, who ended their Eurocup campgin tonight, 76 – 54. Ramla allowed just eight field goals in the 2nd half, bounced back from the loss to Ramat Hasharon and can now focus on Ramat Hen who they face on Monday. In another game, Raanana Hertzelia got blown out in Russia to end their European season.
Big Win For Ramla in Spain
Ramla got an impressive win on the road over Rivas, the Spanish league leaders, 73-61, to maintain a perfect Eurocup record and secure 1st place in the bracket. Ramla broke away from Rivas in the 4th using a team game, a great outside shooting day and strong defense. Tan White led the way with 19 points.
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Ramla Adanced, 1st Win for Raanana Hertzeliya
Raanana Hertzeliya got their first EuroCup win, 72 – 66 in France behind 31 points from Charde Houston. Dunav of Bulgaria wasn't much of a challenge for Ramla but a bad shooting night and a late comeback by the Bulgarians led to a modest 80-70 win, but Ramla clinched a place in the next stage. Nicky Anosike led the way with 27 points and 11 boards.
After a shaky first half, Nicky Anosike went off in the 3rd and brought Ramla from down 10 to plus three. Ramla wasn't able to break away from the Red Star, but led 62 – 55 with five to play. Both teams couldn't buy a field goal in a frightening ending. Ramla held on in the final seconds thanks to free throws, 65 – 62, and remained perfect.