|04 Dec 21||South East ||-|| New Zealand|
|10 Dec 21||South East ||-|| New Zealand|
|12 Dec 21||Adelaide 36ers ||-|| New Zealand|
|17 Dec 21||Illawarra Hawks ||-|| New Zealand|
|19 Dec 21||Melbourne Utd. ||-|| New Zealand|
|05 Jun 21||New Zealand|| ||78 - 83|| ||South East|
|02 Jun 21||New Zealand|| ||84 - 78|| ||Cairns Taipans|
|30 May 21||New Zealand|| ||83 - 95|| ||Brisbane Bullets|
|28 May 21||New Zealand|| ||73 - 84|| ||Illawarra Hawks|
|25 May 21||New Zealand|| ||94 - 76|| ||Adelaide 36ers|
The New Zealand Breakers are a New Zealand professional basketball team based in Auckland. The Breakers compete in the National Basketball League (NBL) and play their home games at Spark Arena.
Formed in 2003, the team was owned by Liz and Paul Blackwell until February 2018, when a consortium headed by former NBA player Matt Walsh became the majority shareholders via a newly-formed company called Breakers Basketball Ltd.
The Breakers are one of two teams (the other being the now-absent Singapore Slingers) from outside of Australia to have competed in the NBL. In 2011, the Breakers won their first NBL Championship and successfully defended it in 2012 and 2013. They re-claimed the title in 2015 before finishing as runners-up in 2016.
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