• EuroCup 1st round
  • Super League 3rd round
  • League Cup Quarter-finals
  • Israeli Basketball League Cup final
# Name Position Height Nationality Birthday
4Dion DowellForward2.01USA11.06.1985
5Will SolomonGuard1.87USA20.07.1978
6Uri KokiaForward2.02Israel14.05.1981
7Jason RichGuard1.91USA08.05.1986
8Jawad WilliamsForward2.06USA19.02.1983
9Sam Clancy, Jr.Center2.02USA05.04.1980
10Yuval NaimyGuard1.85USA31.08.1985
11Lior HakmonForward2.02Israel16.12.1985
12Moshe MizrahiForward2.02Israel08.04.1980
13Yogev OhayonGuard1.88Israel24.04.1987
14Ram EliasforCenter2.06Israel14.08.1993
15Brian RandleForward2.03USA08.02.1985
21Amit TamirCenter2.09Israel12.02.1979

After coach Guy Goodes announced his resignation at the end of the 2009-2010 season, Hapoel Jerusalem hired Oded Katash, coach of the Israeli League Champion Hapoel Gilboa/Galil. Katash brought with him two players from Gilboa/Galil: Brian Randle and Dion Dowell. Hapoel also signed Will Solomon, Guard Jason Rich, forward Sam Clancy Jr., and center Michael Dunigan. Jawad Williams signed with the team in February. The team also signed Israeli players Moshe Mizrahi, Lior Hachmon, Amit Simhon and Amit Tamir, who joined Uri Kokia, Yogev Ohayon and Yuval Naimi.


Hapoel Jerusalem had a disappointing season in the league. The team suffered major injuries, particularly those of Randle and Kokia. A great win on the road over Barak Netanya in the last game of the regular season gave Hapoel the third place in the league. Naimi was named Sixth Man of the Year.

Hapoel defeated Maccabi Ashdod in the quarterfinals 3-0 and qualified for the Final Four. The team met  the defending champion Hapoel Gilboa/Galil, and Gilboa/Galil won the game 98-80. Hapoel won the third place game and qualified for the Eurocup.

After last year's elimination by Barak Netanya in the State Cup Round of 16, the teams met again this year in the quarterfinals. Netanya won the game in Malha 64-58, eliminating Hapoel from the tournament for the second year in a row.


Hapoel Jersualem participated in the Eurocup, facing Belgacom Liege in the qualifying round. Hapoel won both games against Liege and qualified for the group stage. The team was drawn to Group G with Nymburk, Cajasol and Riga. Hapoel's last game was in Malha against Cajasol. the team could lose the game by three points and still qualify for the quarter finals. Cajasol led the game by 18 points in the second quarter. A 22-5 run in the fourth quarter gave Cajasol the win 84-70. Hapoel finished third in the group and was eliminated from the Eurocup.

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