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    The Breakers are ruing a lack of late mental application following their 100-92 Australian basketball league loss to the Kings in Sydney

    The Breakers are ruing a lack of late mental application following their 100-92 Australian basketball league loss to the Kings in Sydney


    Coach Kevin Braswell says with two minutes to go it felt like they were down by 20, not eight.

    He says they kept making the runs and the push but it just seemed like there was a lack of energy.

    The Breakers sit second to last, though are only two wins off a playoff berth.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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