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  •   Home > News > Sports > Basketball

    The New Zealand Breakers have made three signings for their upcoming Australian basketball league campaign

    The New Zealand Breakers have made three signings for their upcoming Australian basketball league campaign


    Tall Blacks point guard Tai Webster leads the recruitment, after returning home from Turkey due to Covid-19.

    The club has also signed Australian small forward Daniel Trist from South East Melbourne as well as forward Kyrin Galloway from the US college system.



    The Blues battle for the halfback position is heating up as Super Rugby Aotearoa passes the halfway mark.

    Finlay Christie started the loss to the Crusaders after six consecutive starts for Sam Nock and four for Jonathan Ruru to start the year.

    Christie says there's healthy competition amongst the trio.



    World Rugby's referees boss Alain Rolland is blowing the final whistle on his time in charge.



    Injured Warriors playmaker Adam Keighran will have to cut back on a few hobbies he's enjoyed across the ditch after a return to strict biosecurity protocols

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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