Sports Illustrated magazine salutes the greatest Jewish athletes of all time, includes 2 Israelis and a Canadian (HAB!)

The captain of the Israeli national soccer team, Benayoun has suited up for West Ham United and Liverpool in his club career, and on July 3 was part of a transfer deal to Chelsea.

Casspi — the pride of Holon, Israel — became the first Israeli player to be selected in the first round of the NBA draft when the Sacramento Kings took him with the 23rd pick in 2009. He averaged 10.3 ppg as a rookie.

Cammalleri has scored more than 25 goals four times in his seven-year career, but his claim to fame came in the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs. Despite Montreal’s elimination in the conference finals, Cammalleri led all goal-scorers with 13.

Full List Via Sports Illustrated