The New Zealand Breakers will be calling Launceston home for the next six weeks as the side prepares to play a string of at least six games at the Silverdome.
Their journey to the Apple Isle comes after a close loss to now-first-place Melbourne United on Saturday night 84-78.
The Breakers sit second-last on the NBL ladder ahead of the Cairns Taipans who have played four more games.
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NZ Breakers games at the Silverdome (all games at 7.30pm, more to be confirmed):
- April 13 vs Perth Wildcats
- April 16 vs Brisbane Bullets
- April 23 vs Cairns Taipans
- April 26 vs Adelaide 36ers
The team has brought in a number of new faces before and during the 2020-21 season, the latest being Alabama import Levi Randolph (11pts) who played well against United.
After Saturday's loss, Breakers coach Dan Shamir was optimistic his team would get into winning form once they had time to gel.
"We're hoping that quickly we get to play winning basketball," he said.
That campaign will start with the Perth Wildcats on Tuesday night, who'll come in with a head full of steam after their nine-game win streak was snapped by the Adelaide 36ers on Saturday.