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    The Breakers will have the services of Glen Rice Junior for tonight's ANBL match against the Taipans in Cairns

    The Breakers will have the services of Glen Rice Junior for tonight's ANBL match against the Taipans in Cairns


    In a dramatic turn of events, the American import has been cleared by the Australian Basketball integrity unit.

    Last month he was charged with an assault at an Auckland nightclub and Breakers owner Matt Walsh indicated he would probably never wear a Breakers singlet again.

    However Walsh has changed his stance and says his teammates want him back.

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