Former University of Pennsylvania star. Now playing professionally in Israel.
Shikey was the reputedly the highest-paid professional basketball player in the pre-NBA days. (Before WWII). Among the teams he played for was the Philadelphia SPHAS (South Philadelphia Hebrew Association). A real bull on the court.
All-American Duke University 6 5" shooting guard & point guard (Maccabi Tel Aviv)
NBA 6 2" point guard (New Jersey Nets)
Rivlin was a star at Marshall University, and later coached there. Was also one of the original players in the NBA. Has dedicated his life to teaching and Synagogue administration.
Played for Long Island University. All-American 1936 or 37.
Coach of 76ers, former star basketball player, played in Olympics, and inducted in Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.
Current head basketball coach at Clemson University.
MVP of the NCAA tournament in 1957. Played one year with the Warriors.
6 9" power forward, NBA draft 2006 (Orlando Magic; traded to Houston Rockets), but completing mandatory IDF service & playing in the Euroleague (Maccabi Tel Aviv)
Was born Adolf Schayes. He is in the Basketball Hall of Fame. During his career he was an NBA all-start 12 times and coached the Warriors.
Brody is a local Trenton basketball legend where he played under another Jewish local sports legend, Scott Moscovich. 2nd team All-American at Illinois was drafted #13 by the Baltimore Bullets. After a contract dispute and a stint in the U.S. Army he decided to make aliyah. He Enjoyed a successful international career and helped Israeli basketball immeasurably.
Tamir is an Israeli professional basketball player. He is a 2.08 m (6 ft 10 in) tall center/forward and he currently plays for Maccabi Rishon LeZion.
Heyman was the NCAA Tournament MVP in 1963 and All-American with Duke. He played for the Knicks in the 1960s.
Orender is a sports executive and a former collegiate and professional basketball player. She was recently president of the WNBA. She grew up on Long Island, New York and was a five-sport athlete in high school, lettering in basketball, field hockey, volleyball, softball, and tennis.
Grunfeld is the General Manager of the Washington Wizards. He was also once a professional basketball player. He served as general manager of the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association from 1989 to 1999, and as the Bucks' general manager from 1999–2003, at which time he became the President of Basketball Operations for the Washington Wizards.
LaRusso was an American 6' 7" five-time National Basketball Association All-Star. His mother was Jewish and father was not.
Saperstein was founder, owner and coach of the Savoy Big Five, which later became the Harlem Globetrotters. He was born in London, England to a Jewish family.
Stoudemire is an American professional basketball player who plays as a power forward and center for the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association. He has Jewish roots in his mother's family heritage. Stoudemire has visited Israel and is one of the few players in the league with Jewish ties.
Hudson River League & New York State League 5 4" guard, Hall of Fame