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    The Breakers have restricted the Sydney Kings to 29 second-half points - winning the first sudden death game on their path to a spot in the Australian basketball league playoffs proper

    The Breakers have restricted the Sydney Kings to 29 second-half points - winning the first sudden death game on their path to a spot in the Australian basketball league playoffs proper

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    New Zealand's turned around a nine point halftime deficit in Sydney to win 83-76 led by import Parker Jackson-Cartwright who had a season-high 34 points.

    The Breakers staged the upset without Anthony Lamb and despite Will McDowell-White and Zylan Cheatham needing to overcome fitness issues of their own.

    Coach Mody Maor says even down at halftime he believed they'd win.



    Next up - Illawarra in Wollongong on Monday after they lost to Tasmania.

    BASKETBALL WITH BURGER KING'S CRUNCHY BARBECUE WHOPPER. THE LOUDEST WHOPPER YET.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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