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    Former Breakers coach Dean Vickerman agrees it's time to panic at Melbourne United ahead of a crunch Australian basketball league match against the Sydney Kings

    Former Breakers coach Dean Vickerman agrees it's time to panic at Melbourne United ahead of a crunch Australian basketball league match against the Sydney Kings


    The stance comes after a jumbled 90-68 loss to his old club in Auckland.

    Melbourne have registered four losses and a solitary win over bottom-ranked Illawarra in their last five games, leaving Vickerman's men clinging to fourth.

    Brisbane, Adelaide and the Breakers are also scrapping for the last available play-off berth.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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