Bnei Herzeliya in Israel added two Americans to the roster after signing veterans D'or Fischer and Jerome Dyson over the weekend. Both players arrive after spending the first part of the season in Asia - Fischer playing Japan, and Dyson in China.
Fischer, a long-time veteran of the international scene, is a 37-year-old center who has played in more than 10 countries since his career began in 2005. He arrives in Israel after spending the past season and a half playing for the Shiga Lakestars in Japan's B League. The West Virginia grad averaged 14.2 points and 11.6 rebounds per game for the Japanese side, the best stats he's had in over a decade.
Jerome Dyson arrives in Israel having also spent the first part of the season in Asia. Though he only appeared in six games so far this season, Dyson was averaging 22.8 points, 4.8 rebounds and 2.2 steals per game. The UConn product has had great past success in Israel, most recently when he played for Hapoel Jerusalem during the 2017-2018 season, averaging 16.6 points per game across all competitions.
Herzliya could certainly use help from both these accomplished players as they currently sit at the bottom of the Israeli Winner League standings with a 4-13 record.