Veteran forward Jakim Donaldson has signed with Bnei Herzliya ahead of the start of Israel's National League season, Ballers Abroad has learned. Entering his 15th season of professional basketball, this will be Donaldson's third season playing in Israel and the second time suiting up for Bnei Herzliya after playing for the team from 2013-2014. Last season, his second ever in Israel after playing for ESSM Le Portel for the four seasons prio, he averaged 11.3 points per game for Hapoel Be'er Sheva as he helped the team to a quarterfinal berth in the Winner League playoffs.
Though it's his second go-around with Herzliya, it will be the first time playing for them in the National League, Israel's second division. Americans Kendall Anthony, Anthony Fisher and Gabe Levin join him on a team that will be looking to move back up after being a mainstay in the country's top league for more than a decade.