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Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv is a well known basketball team from Tel Aviv, Israel. It belongs to the Maccabi Tel Aviv sports club. It has is sponsored by Elite, which is now part of the Strauss Group. The Tel Aviv club is a dominant force in Israeli basketball.
It has managed to win 47 national championship titles. This includes 23 consecutive wins from 1970 to 1992, as well as 36 national cups. Maccabi is one of Europe's most famed clubs, and it has taken the European cup 5 times. It has been a runner up 7 times. The club's fan base is the greatest in Israel.
Maccabi Tel Aviv's home court is the Nokia Arena. The Maccabi Tel Aviv sports club began its basketball work during the 1930s. By 1954, the Israeli Basketball League was established. Thereafter, the Maccabi took the first championship, and has been a dominated force in the League from then on [it won 47 national championship titles, and has never come lower than 2nd place in the national league.Crosstown team Hapoel Tel Aviv is Maccabi Tel Aviv's traditional opponent. Since 1969, the only club team to beat Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Israeli championship was Hapoel Galil-Elyon .
Maccabi Tel Aviv joined the international competition in 1958. Maccabi emerged as one of the greatest basketball teams in Europe. Up till August 2005, Maccabi Tel Aviv played 577 matches in European competitions, out of which they won 359. In these matchesthe team scored a total of 50,012 points compared to their opponents' total that stood at 48,150.Maccabi Tel Aviv's first European championship was in 1977. In their final game at Belgrade, Maccabi Tel Aviv narrowly beat Mobilgirgi Varese 78:77. However, the teams' semifinal victory over CSKA Moscow is lauded as their greatest win. In the 1980s, Maccabi Tel Aviv lost in the finals 5 times. Then came the 1990s that was the black decade for the team. It had only one Final Four appearance, and it even lost its local title.
The outspoken Pini Gershon, one of the anti-Maccabists, took over as head coach in 1998. This was the start of the team's best period in the club's history. It managed to reach the Euroleague final , which it lost to Panathinaikos. In 2001, the same teams clashed in the Suproleague finals in Paris, but this tome Maccabi took the game 81:67.
Gershon retired, but returned for the 2003/04 season. Anthony Parker returned to the club as well, and ?arunas Jasikevicius joined the team too for the 2003/04 season. This team won the Euroleague final game 118:74.
During the 2005/06 season, Maccabi wound up with 2 domestic titles. These were its 46th championship and 36th State Cup. In the Euroleague's Final Four, Maccabi Tel Aviv encountered TAU Cer?mica in the semifinal, which they won 85-70. The final was Maccabi Tel Aviv versus CSKA Moscow, which the team lost 73:69. In the 2006/2007 season, the team's performance was dismal though they did manage to win the domestic championship.