News from Camp L’man Achai

5/11/2010
Basketball Camp!!!

We are happy to announce that we will be joined by Tamir Goodman who will be hosting a two day intense basketball camp at L'man Achai.

Tamir is the Director of Maccabi Haifa's Haifa Hoops for Kids (HHFK)

If you would like to join please contact the camp office for more information.

Tamir Goodman, the “Jewish Jordan”, 28, is a 6-ft, 3-in. point guard who has played professional basketball in both the U.S. and Israel.

Goodman, an Orthodox Jew, fell in love with the game of baketball at age six. He garnered national media attention while starring at the Talmudic Academy of baltimore, where he was rated one of the top 25 high school players in the country. With his exceptional ability to control the game as point guard, make near impossible shots and throw behind the back passes, Goodman led his team to a 65-11 record over two seasons in the competitve Baltimore City Conference. He averaged 35.4 points his junior year (1998-1999) and 24.6 his senior year (1999-2000) of high school. His success led to more than 700 media interviews, including 60 Minutes, ESPN, CBS, and Fox Sports, as well as cover stories of the New York Times, the Daily News, the Washington Post, and Baltimore Sun. He was also featured in a four-page spread in Sports Illustrated, in which Michael Bamberger dubbed Tamir Goodman as the "Jewish Jordan.


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