The boss of the New Zealand National Basketball League is confident the gremlins that were behind malfunctions of its electronic online scoring system have been resolved.
The errors have affected three of the home games for the Southern Huskies.
This extended to awarding the victory for online viewers to the Huskies in Launceston when the hosts had, in fact, gone down in the dying seconds to Canterbury Rams by two points.
The other two games, in which the Huskies won, were affected over providing an incorrect final scoreline.
Huskies fans contacted the club through its Facebook page to seek clarification.
NZNBL general manager Justin Nelson said the issues were out of his control and not of the fault of a system that is approved by FIBA.
"We are aware of issues with the internet connection dropping out at the Silverdome twice and at the DEC [in Hobart] once," he said.
"On all three occasions, this led to a disruption in the Stats software that wasn't picked up by the operators at that particular time.
"On all three occasions, the NZNBL worked very quickly and diligently to widely communicate via our social media and directly to our extensive media database that an error had occurred, while also clearly communicating the correct scores."
However, at least on one occasion The Examiner can confirm incorrect scores stood on the site the next day.
Nelson said the glitches have only occurred in the first season that an Australian team joined the competition.
That problem could prove chaotic in the future should recent bids expressed from Canberra and Mt Gambier be accepted and the presence of foreign clubs rise.
"We have not experienced any similar issues at any other NZNBL games this season," Nelson said.
"The problem has been isolated to these three games and on each occasion it was as a result of an internet fault.
"We are now working with the Huskies and both venues to establish direct connections that are reliable.
"We trust and hope further interruptions are avoided."
The Huskies' next home fixture in Launceston is on Saturday, June 29.