Stashed Boston Celtics point guard Yam Madar shines vs. Auburn in exhibition with Israeli National Team

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Stashed Boston Celtics point guard Yam Madar continues to hone his craft abroad. He is reportedly set to play a major role with European club Partizan NIS in Serbia this season. The Israeli floor general eschewed playing in the Las Vegas Summer League with the Celtics in July to focus on preparing for that campaign and the Israeli National team.

In a recent exhibition game against the Auburn’s men’s basketball program, Madar put on a show. He put up an impressive 24 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists in the 95-86 win for Israel. Auburn is playing three exhibition games in Israel this summer.

Check out his highlights in the clip embedded above, courtesy of the folks at the Bllen YouTube channel.

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