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  •   Home > News > Sports > Basketball

    New Zealand's basketball franchises are bracing for a revenue pinch if crowd restrictions remain under the red traffic light setting

    New Zealand's basketball franchises are bracing for a revenue pinch if crowd restrictions remain under the red traffic light setting


    The government opted to maintain indoor gathering restrictions at 200 people for sports like basketball and netball - with a review coming in 10 days.

    NBL general manager Huw Beynon admits low ticket sales can have a lasting impact.



    The NBL season was due to start this week but has been shifted back to April 28.

    BASKETBALL COVERAGE WITH BURGER KING. BURGER LIKE A BALLER WITH THE NEW BREAKERS BALLER BURGER

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     Today's News

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    Entertainment:
    Carol Burnett is set to guest star in the final series of 'Better Call Saul' 7:21

    Tennis:
    It's Venus against Venus in the mixed doubles first round at Wimbledon 7:19

    Politics:
    Anthony Albanese says free trade negotiations with Europe to resume within months, after NATO sideline meeting 7:09

    Health & Safety:
    Almost 36-thousand New Zealanders taking the blood pressure medicine Accuretic will need to change prescriptions 7:09

    Entertainment:
    Tom Parker's widow plans to get his ashes made into jewellery 6:51

    Entertainment:
    Chris Hemsworth used a sock to preserve his modesty during his Thor nude scene 6:21

    Law and Order:
    A Christchurch community devastated by a random knife attack has been gutted by confirmation the accused killer is a mental health patient on community leave 4:49

    International:
    Former R&B star R Kelly facing sentencing over sex trafficking conviction 23:29

    Entertainment:
    Selling Sunset's Mary Fitzgerald has called her co-star Chrishell Stause's new partner GFlip "very sweet" 21:51


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