2021–22 Israeli Basketball State Cup

The 2021–22 Israeli Basketball State Cup, for sponsorships reasons the Migdal State Cup, will be the 62nd edition of the Israeli Basketball State Cup, organized by the Israel Basketball Association.

2021–22 Israeli Basketball State Cup
Country Israel
Dates16 January — 17 February 2022
Teams8
Defending championsMaccabi Tel Aviv
ChampionsBnei Herzliya
Runners-upHapoel Tel Aviv
Semifinalists
Matches played7
MVPUnited States Chinanu Onuaku
All statistics correct as of 31 October 2021 (2021-10-31).

On 10 May 2021, the Israel Basketball Association announced a change in the State Cup tournament format. only the first 8 teams at the end of the first rotation of the Israeli Basketball Premier League will compete in the State Cup and not all the teams participate in the Premier League and the Israeli Basketball National League.[1]

On 31 October, 2021, the Israel Basketball Association announced that the draw for the tournament would be held on 28 December.[2]

Qualified teamsEdit

The top eight ranking teams after the first rotation (11 rounds) of the 2021–22 Israeli Basketball Premier League regular season qualified to the tournament.

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD PCT Qualification
1 Hapoel Jerusalem 11 9 2 923 823 +100 .818 qualified
2 Hapoel Holon 11 7 4 896 867 +29 .636
3 Maccabi Tel Aviv 11 7 4 953 852 +101 .636
4 Bnei Herzliya 11 7 4 919 890 +29 .636
5 Hapoel Galil Elyon 11 6 5 885 874 +11 .545
6 Ironi Ness Ziona 11 6 5 885 917 −32 .545
7 Hapoel Haifa 11 5 6 857 889 −32 .455
8 Hapoel Tel Aviv 11 5 6 914 889 +25 .455
9 Hapoel Be'er Sheva 11 4 7 857 884 −27 .364
10 Hapoel Gilboa Galil 11 4 7 884 936 −52 .364
11 Hapoel Eilat 11 4 7 923 935 −12 .364
12 Maccabi Rishon LeZion 11 2 9 829 969 −140 .182
Source: [3]

BracketEdit

 
Quarterfinals
16 January, 3, 5 & 7 February
Semifinals
13–14 February
Final
17 February
 
          
 
16 January, 21:00
 
 
Hapoel Holon85
 
13 February, 18:45
 
Hapoel Haifa79
 
Hapoel Holon63
 
3 February, 19:20
 
Bnei Herzliya83
 
Ironi Ness Ziona70
 
 
 
Bnei Herzliya86
 
Bnei Herzliya87
 
5 February, 20:10
 
Hapoel Tel Aviv82
 
Hapoel Tel Aviv87
 
14 February, 21:00
 
Hapoel Jerusalem71
 
Hapoel Tel Aviv90
 
7 February, 17:30
 
Maccabi Tel Aviv80
 
Hapoel Galil Elyon77
 
 
Maccabi Tel Aviv88
 

Source: [4]

QuarterfinalsEdit

3 February Ironi Ness Ziona 70–86 Bnei Herzliya Ness Ziona
19:20 Scoring by quarter: 18–21, 19–27, 20–14, 13–24
Pts: Bartley 24
Rebs: Shittu 8
Asts: Bartley 6
PIR: Bartley 19
Boxscore Pts: Babb 26
Rebs: Onuaku 9
Asts: Van Vliet 4
PIR: Dawson 24
Arena: Lev Hamoshava
7 February Hapoel Galil Elyon 77–88 Maccabi Tel Aviv Kfar Blum
17:30 Scoring by quarter: 27–29, 27–14, 7–26, 16–19
Pts: Moskovich 18
Rebs: Chachashvili 9
Asts: Moskovich & Lewis 4
PIR: Moskovich 19
Boxscore Pts: Wilbekin 16
Rebs: Sorkin 7
Asts: Ziv & Wilbekin 4
PIR: Sorkin 18
Arena: HaPais Kfar Blum
5 February Hapoel Tel Aviv 87–71 Hapoel Jerusalem Tel Aviv
20:10 Scoring by quarter: 14–17, 36–23, 19–20, 18–11
Pts: Brown & Tokoto 16
Rebs: Tokoto 7
Asts: Brown 7
PIR: Brown 22
Boxscore Pts: Braimoh 18
Rebs: Three players 6
Asts: Obasohan 5
PIR: Braimoh 23
Arena: Drive in Arena
16 January Hapoel Holon 85–790(OT) Hapoel Haifa Holon
21:00 Scoring by quarter: 19–11, 8–30, 22–12, 15–11, Overtime: 21–15
Pts: Ragland 22
Rebs: Johnson 10
Asts: Smith 5
PIR: Johnson 18
Boxscore Pts: Allen 24
Rebs: Allen & James 9
Asts: Vargas 5
PIR: Allen 26
Arena: Holon Toto Hall

SemifinalsEdit

13 February Hapoel Holon 63–83 Bnei Herzliya Tel Aviv
18:45 Scoring by quarter: 13–26, 19–24, 11–19, 20–14
Pts: Ragland 25
Rebs: Ragland & Zack 6
Asts: Ragland 9
PIR: Ragland 31
Boxscore Pts: Onuaku 21
Rebs: Hooker 8
Asts: Hooker 9
PIR: Onuaku 32
Arena: Menora Mivtachim Arena
14 February Hapoel Tel Aviv 90–80 Maccabi Tel Aviv Tel Aviv
21:00 Scoring by quarter: 22–25, 23–19, 20–12, 25–24
Pts: Brown 30
Rebs: Tokoto 9
Asts: Brown 9
PIR: Brown 39
Boxscore Pts: Wilbekin 23
Rebs: Žižić 12
Asts: Wilbekin & Evans 3
PIR: Evans 24
Arena: Menora Mivtachim Arena

FinalEdit

17 February Bnei Herzliya 87–82 Hapoel Tel Aviv Tel Aviv
21:00 Scoring by quarter: 12–21, 25–18, 29–25, 21–18
Pts: Onuaku 30
Rebs: Onuaku 17
Asts: Hooker 5
PIR: Onuaku 50
Boxscore Pts: Brown & Young 21
Rebs: Zalmanson 5
Asts: Brown 6
PIR: Brown 16
Arena: Menora Mivtachim Arena


Starters: Pts Reb Ast
F/C 32   Chinanu Onuaku 30 17 4
SG 19   Chris Babb 13 3 3
PG 21   Quinton Hooker 12 2 5
G/F 1   Sandy Cohen 9 6 1
PF 11   Andy Van Vliet 3 4 1
Reserves:
SF 8   Shawn Dawson 16 5 2
F 9   Maurice Kemp 3 3 0
G 3   Yair Kravitz 1 1 1
G 6   Dori Sahar DNP
G 12   Edo Fogel DNP
F 13   Noam Weinberg DNP
PG 18   Omri Kuperman DNP
Head coach:
  Oren Aharoni
 
 
 
 
B. Herzliya
 
 
 
 
H. Tel Aviv


B. Herzliya Statistics H. Tel Aviv
22/35 (62.86%) 2 point field goals 16/34 (47.06%)
7/26 (26.92%) 3 point field goals 14/33 (42.42%)
22/28 (78.57%) Free throws 8/13 (61.54%)
44 Rebounds 31
17 Assists 13
3 Steals 8
12 Turnovers 7
8 Blocks 0
Starters: Pts Reb Ast
G 69   J'Covan Brown 21 4 6
G/F 13   James Young 21 2 1
F 1   JP Tokoto 14 4 0
C 20   Idan Zalmanson 6 5 1
PG 6   Gil Beni 3 2 1
Reserves:
G 10   Bar Timor 10 4 3
F/C 22   Josh Owens 4 5 1
G/F 77   Egor Koulechov 3 0 0
F 8   Lotan Amsalem 0 1 0
G 18   Raz Adam 0 0 0
G 33   Matan Hachamo DNP
F 51   Gidi Shiffer DNP
Head coach:
  Danny Franco
2022 Israeli State Cup Winners
Bnei Herzliya
(2nd title)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The Israeli Basketball Super League Administration (10 May 2021). "המנהלת מברכת על השינוי בשיטת הגביע" [The Super League Administration greet the change in the Cup format] (in Hebrew). Retrieved 29 May 2021.
  2. ^ Israel Basketball Association (31 October 2021). "גביע המדינה מגדל: מגדל ביטוח תשמש ב-3 השנים הבאות כנותנת החסות הראשית לגביע המדינה" [Migdal State Cup: Migdal Insurance will serve as the main sponsor of the State Cup for the next 3 years] (in Hebrew). Retrieved 31 October 2021.
  3. ^ "League Standings - Round 11". basket.co.il. Retrieved 26 December 2021.
  4. ^ "Israeli Cup". basket.co.il. Retrieved 6 February 2022.