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  •   Home > News > Sports > Basketball

    New Zealand Breakers owner Matt Walsh has no problems with the Australian NBL offseason continuing a little longer

    New Zealand Breakers owner Matt Walsh has no problems with the Australian NBL offseason continuing a little longer


    The Australian NBL is set to return one month later than usual in order to avoid clashing with the NRL and AFL finals.

    Walsh says they've gone about their business in isolation, and have particularly enjoyed having Tai Webster and Isaac Fotu train with them.

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