features Maccabi Haifa guard Jason Rich, who showcases his acclimation to life in Israel when he challenges his Israeli teammate Moshe Mizrahi to a friendly bowling competition at the local Haifa bowling alley. The episode features the first Israeli native to play in the N.B.A., Omri Casspi, who has become an international star in his impressive rookie season for the Sacramento Kings. An additional segment features Maccabi Haifas entertaining broadcast duo, Aron Heller and Simmy Reuger, whom announce weekly to the teams U.S. followers on TriangleInternet.tv, Jewish Life Television, and select games on SUN sports.
Maccabi Haifa forward Richard Roby takes a trip to the Zoo & last season's Puerto Rican League MVP Jesse Pellot-Rosa goes paintballing with his teammates.
Episode 4 takes an inside look on how the Maccabi Haifa organization encompasses many different types of sports besides basketball. The show captures a day in the life of Maccabi Haifa's team manager Uri Sagi, a visit to a local mall as Davon Jefferson, Jeremy Tyler, and Moshe Mizrahi donned their chef hats, as well as a featured segment on Israeli team captain Ido Kozikaro.
Inside Israeli Basketball Episode 3 takes an inside look at Maccabi Haifa's owner Jeffrey Rosen, Maccabi Haifa's star player Davon Jefferson and High School phenom Jeremy Tyler gets a cooking lesson, how involved the "Haifa Hoops for Kids" charity program is involved in the community, as well as the best highlights of the Israeli Basketball Super League.
Inside Israeli Basketball Episode 2 takes an inside look on how Maccabi Haifa's American players are adjusting to Israel, how Tamir Goodman "Jewish Jordan" assists underprivileged children in the community, what makes the Israeli Super League unique, as well as how 6'11" Native American center Ben Strong and guard Todd Golden who made Aliyah to become an Israeli citizen are enjoying every day life in Haifa, Israel.
Inside Israeli Basketball season premiere takes an inside look at Maccabi Haifa's U.S. tryout, an all-access pass into Maccabi Haifa training camp, and how Jeremy Tyler is adjusting to Israel.