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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    The Breakers will wait for more information before deciding on the future of Glen Rice Junior

    The Breakers will wait for more information before deciding on the future of Glen Rice Junior


    The guard was banned from playing in the loss to Perth, after being arrested for an alleged assault in Auckland on Thursday.

    Rice has a history of off-court issues, leaving his last two clubs in the Phillippines and Israel unceremoniously.

    Breakers owner Matt Walsh says Rice has a court appearance on Wednesday, where they expect to learn more about the incident.

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