|27 Feb 20||Maccabi Tel  ||-|| Olympiacos BC|
|01 Mar 20||Maccabi Tel  ||-|| Hapoel Gilboa|
|04 Mar 20||Maccabi Tel  ||-|| Anadolu Efes|
|06 Mar 20||KK Crvena  ||-|| Maccabi Tel|
|08 Mar 20||Hapoel Jerusalem  ||-|| Maccabi Tel|
|21 Feb 20||Valencia Basket|| ||82 - 85|| ||Maccabi Tel|
|16 Feb 20||Maccabi Tel|| ||75 - 64|| ||Maccabi Rishon|
|07 Feb 20||Fenerbahçe Basketbol|| ||77 - 78|| ||Maccabi Tel|
|05 Feb 20||Maccabi Tel|| ||80 - 77|| ||BC Khimki|
|02 Feb 20||Hapoel Eilat|| ||86 - 81|| ||Maccabi Tel|
Maccabi Tel Aviv B.C. (Hebrew: מועדון כדורסל מכבי תל-אביב), for sponsorship reasons Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv (מ.כ. מכבי פוקס תל-אביב), is a professional basketball club based in Tel Aviv, Israel. The team plays in the Israeli Premier League and internationally in the EuroLeague.
The club started in the mid-1930s, as part of the Maccabi Tel Aviv Sports Club, which had been founded in 1906.
With 6 EuroLeague championships (including the 2001 FIBA SuproLeague), one Adriatic League championship, 52 Israeli League championships, 44 Israeli State Cup titles, and 7 Israeli League Cup titles, Maccabi has been the most successful basketball team in Israel, and is also one of the most successful basketball teams in Europe. Its players, such as: Tal Brody, Miki Berkovich, Jim Boatwright, Kevin Magee, Earl Williams, and Aulcie Perry; and more recently, Derrick Sharp, Šarūnas Jasikevičius, Tal Burstein, Anthony Parker, and Nikola Vujčić, have been among the elite of Europe's basketball players.