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Brilliant Breakers Basketball - On Maori TV

Brilliant Breakers Basketball - On Maori Television!

The Harvey Norman NZ Breakers have won their last four home games and will be gunning for another when they come up against the Wollongong Hawks - free-to-air on Maori Television this Thursday November 15 at 8.00 PM (repeats Saturday November 17 at 1.30 PM).

In six home games this season, every match has been decided by eight points or less - highlighted by two one-point NZ Breakers wins and a foray into overtime last Thursday to eventually edge past the Singapore Slingers.

Maori Television has secured the free-to-air broadcast rights to every Thursday night home game of the NZ Breakers as they take on the might of Australia's National Basketball League in the 2007-2008 season.

Other games from the NBL - regarded as one of the premier leagues in the world - will also feature in the Thursday night slot as well as every Sunday afternoon. The Adelaide 36ers takes on the South Dragons this Sunday November 18 at 1.30 PM.

The commentating team include sports broadcasters Dale Husband and Te Arahi Maipi and husband-and-wife basketball veterans Chris and Tania Tupu.

Upcoming games include:

Thursday November 15 2007 at 8.00 PM (repeats November 17 at 1.30 PM): Harvey Norman NZ Breakers v Wollongong Hawks

Sunday November 18 2007 at 2.00 PM: Adelaide 36ers v South Dragons

Thursday November 22 2007 at 8.00 PM (repeats November 24 at 1.30 PM): Harvey Norman NZ Breakers v Cairns Taipans

Sunday November 25 2007 at 2.00 PM: Townsville Crocs v Melbourne Tigers

Thursday November 29 2007 at 8.00 PM (repeats December 1 at 1.30 PM): Harvey Norman NZ Breakers v South Dragons

Sunday December 2 2007 at 2.00 PM: Sydney Kings v Perth Wildcats

Thursday December 6 2007 at 8.00 PM (repeats December 8 at 1.30 PM): Harvey Norman NZ Breakers v Sydney Kings

Sunday December 9 2007 at 2.00 PM: Adelaide 36ers v Sydney Kings

Thursday December 13 2007 at 8.00 PM (repeats December 15 at 1.30 PM): 2007 NBL All-Star Game - Melbourne

Sunday December 16 2007 at 2.00 PM: South Dragons v Melbourne Tigers

Thursday December 20 2007 at 8.00 PM (repeats December 22 at 1.30 PM): Harvey Norman NZ Breakers v Wollongong Hawks

Sunday December 23 2007 at 2.00 PM: Brisbane Bullets v Melbourne Tigers

Thursday December 27 2007 at 8.00 PM (repeats December 29 at 1.30 PM): South Dragons v Adelaide 36ers

Bring on the basketball - with Maori Television!

ENDS

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