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  •   Home > News > Sports > Basketball

    Breakers chief executive Matt Walsh admits to being surprised by some of his side's issues

    Breakers chief executive Matt Walsh admits to being surprised by some of his side's issues


    The kiwi club has gone winless in their last five in the Australian basketball league.

    Worse still, guards Shea Ili, Pat Richards and Corey Webster combined for a woeful two points against the Kings yesterday.

    Incredibly, the Breakers bucketed just 27 of 74 attempts from the field.

    Walsh says there's no doubt they are having issues.



    The Breakers next play the Cairns Taipans on Sunday.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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