Hapoel Tel Aviv: Yam Madar will go to camp ahead of the draft in Las Vegas


The Reds (19, 1.91), who put themselves up for selection ahead of the upcoming draft in October, will head out to Impact Camp to impress the NBA teams that will be coming to watch it up close.

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A Hapoel Tel Aviv player Yam Yam Madar will leave early next week for an impact camp to be held in Las Vegas, in order to impress the professional managers and scouts of the NBA teams who will come to watch him. The camp, which will end towards the end of the month, will be attended by the most talented players who put themselves up for selection in the draft to be held in October, the Reds announced. Madar will return according to the announcement of the team’s training ahead of the start of the season.

Madar, who positioned himself during the Corona break to select for the upcoming NBA Draft, is ranked in most predictions in the second round of the draft, but has not been called up to the Combine Camp.

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Impress the experts? Yam Madar (Photo: Danny Maron)

The guard (19, 1.92) who grew up in the youth department of Hapoel Tel Aviv and Maccabi Beit Dagan plays in the club’s senior team starting in the 2018/19 season. At the same time, he played for the Israeli youth and reserve team that won the European Championship in a tournament held in Tel Aviv last summer. This season he was named the Premier League’s improving player with an average of 9.3 points and 3.2 assists in the regular season and 17.3 points and 5.3 assists in the playoffs.


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