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    Breakers big-man Colton Iverson's received a glistening tick of approval from coach Dan Shamir for his performance against the Brisbane Bullets in the Australian NBL

    Breakers big-man Colton Iverson's received a glistening tick of approval from coach Dan Shamir for his performance against the Brisbane Bullets in the Australian NBL


    The American scored 10 points and bagged an impressive 20 rebounds to help the Breakers to an 81-76 overtime victory.

    Question marks surrounded Iverson's chances of playing due to a sprained ankle.

    Shamir says he was a difference maker.



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