The excellent play of stashed Boston Celtics 2020 NBA draft prospect Yam Madar for his Israeli Premier Basketball League team Hapoel Tel Aviv continues, with the Israeli floor general helping his team to an 89 – 95 win over Hapoel Jerusalem on March 29.
Madar put up 12 points, 3 assists and a steal despite a rough shooting night from the floor, going just 2-of-9 overall. He made up for it by getting to the line, converting 5 of his 6 attempts at the free throw line. The Celtics draftee has only a handful of games left this season before we learn what becomes of the future Boston point guard, with Madar neck deep in a contract dispute with Hapoel Tel Aviv.
Check out the clip embedded above to see Madar’s latest performance in Israel.
If things break his way, he could be in the NBA as soon as next season, though there’s a solid chance he stays one more season beyond this one.
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Published: 2021-04-03 00:22:46
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