A recent addition, and a long-time star have given the Breakers high hopes after their win on Saturday night.
New Zealand downed rival the Perth Wildcats in another Silverdome classic 86-84.
The win saw recent American signing Levi Randolph drop the game winner from mid range in the final four seconds with secure the win.
He led the Breakers with 19 points.
"Thanks to my teammates, we executed perfectly and the ball was able to fall for me," Randolph said.
Fellow Breaker Tai Webster (12 points) also had a solid return after injuring his Achilles last month.
His defensive stand against 2020 MVP Bryce Cotton late in the fourth was crucial for the win.
"You don't know what to expect in a situation like that and it just tells you a bit about him and his greatness, in all honesty," Breakers coach Dan Shamir said.
New Zealand will play their final Silverdome game against the Illawarra Hawks on Monday night.
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