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18 Jun 2019 12:39
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Basketball

    The Breakers inconsistencies in the Australian basketball league continue

    The Breakers inconsistencies in the Australian basketball league continue

    Less than a week after upsetting the Perth Wildcats, they've gone down 100-92 to the top of the table Sydney Kings.

    The Breakers now have a record of eight and 10 and sit in seventh.

    Coach Kevin Braswell says they lost the game before the final whistle.

    He says with two minutes to go they were only down eight, but it felt like they were down 20.

    The Cairns Taipans have stunned the Perth Wildcats 81-79.

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