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Israeli Basketball League Cup

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Israeli Basketball League Cup

The Basketball League Cup is a pre-season basketball tournament held in Israel since 2006. It is held during the week before the start of the League season. The League Cup tournament is currently sponsored by Pais Lotto and therefore it is officially known as the Chance Cup. Previously the tournament was sponsored by the Toto Winner Organization and it was known as the Winner Cup from 2006 to 2009. In 2010 it had no sponsor and therefore the tournament was named Basketball League Cup.


  • Competition system 1
  • Finals 2
  • Team rankings 3
  • External links 4

Competition system

The top eight teams of the last season's Israeli Premier League compete in this tournament. The tournament uses the knockout system. The teams are scheduled according to their positions in the Israel's Premier League.


Year Champion Score Runners-up MVP
2006–07 Ironi Ashkelon 79 – 73 Maccabi Rishon LeZion Guy Kantor (Maccabi Rishon LeZion)
2007–08 Maccabi Tel Aviv 93 – 74 Hapoel Jerusalem David Bluthenthal (Maccabi Tel Aviv)
2008–09 Hapoel Jerusalem 84 – 69 Ironi Nahariya Timmy Bowers (Hapoel Jerusalem)
2009–10 Hapoel Jerusalem 86 – 80 Maccabi Tel Aviv Chester Simmons (Hapoel Jerusalem)
2010-11 Maccabi Tel Aviv 87 – 77 Hapoel Jerusalem Jeremy Pargo (Maccabi Tel Aviv)
2011–12 Maccabi Tel Aviv 78 – 74 Hapoel Holon Lior Eliyahu (Maccabi Tel Aviv)
2012–13 Maccabi Tel Aviv 75 – 65 Maccabi Ashdod David Logan (Maccabi Tel Aviv)
2013–14 Maccabi Tel Aviv 88 – 77 Hapoel Jerusalem Sylven Landesberg (Maccabi Tel Aviv)
2014–15 Hapoel Jerusalem 81 – 78 Maccabi Tel Aviv Yotam Halperin (Hapoel Jerusalem)
2015–16 Maccabi Tel Aviv 87 – 80 Hapoel Eilat Devin Smith (Maccabi Tel Aviv)

Team rankings

Place Team Titles Runners-up
1 Maccabi Tel Aviv 6 2
2 Hapoel Jerusalem 3 3
3 Ironi Ashkelon 1 0
4 Maccabi Rishon LeZion 0 1
Ironi Nahariya 0 1
Hapoel Holon 0 1
Hapoel Eilat 0 1
Maccabi Ashdod 0 1

External links

  • Winner Cup

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