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14 May 2021 15:49
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Basketball

    The Breakers are hoping their 92-85 Australian Basketball League loss to the South East Melbourne Phoenix hasn't sidelined one of their best players

    The Breakers are hoping their 92-85 Australian Basketball League loss to the South East Melbourne Phoenix hasn't sidelined one of their best players


    Guard Tai Webster failed to finish the game after coming off late with an ankle niggle.

    Coach Dan Shamir is hopeful it's only a minor tweak.



    Breakers big man Colton Iverson's become the first man to pull in 22 rebounds in the 40-minute game era and first to have consecutive 20-plus rebound games in 24 years.

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