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  •   Home > News > Motoring

    The Breakers will face a delayed start to the Australian basketball league season

    The Breakers will face a delayed start to the Australian basketball league season


    They'll start the season two weeks after the competition opener, due to pre-season commitments against NBA sides.

    Their first assignment is a road outing against the Sydney Kings on Friday October 18, before the Breakers host the same side two days later at Spark Arena.

    October 24th is likely to be one of the biggest home games of the season, with the Breakers' hyped signing RJ Hampton pitted against fellow teenaged LaMelo Bell.

    Four Breakers games don't have home venues assigned as yet, but the remaining 10 will be at Spark.

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