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Boost for Bullets, Breakers

BRISBANE is confident veteran forward Anthony Petrie will return for tomorrow's home game against Adelaide while NZ Breakers are hosing speculation they've signed import Rakeem Christmas.

It has been widely reported Christmas, 26 and 206cm, has signed to take up New Zealand's vacant third import spot, with reliable pro basketball reporter David Pick declaring:

Other sources also have weighed in:

But the Breakers remain coy, refusing to entertain speculation Christmas will join current imports  DJ Newbill and Edgar Sosa, both guards.

There was no Turkey for Christmas, the forward parting with Turkish club Galatasaray in November. He would be a good fit for the 11-6 Breakers.

He played his college basketball at Syracuse and logged 30 NBA games for the Indiana Pacers after being drafted at 36 by the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2015.

The Breakers host arch rival Cairns Taipans at Spark Arena tomorrow.

WHY THE SECRECY? Rakeem Christmas appears to be posing the question to the NZ Breakers.

The Bullets are hopeful import Perrin Buford, who missed Brisbane's 80-83 loss last night in Cairns, will return to face Adelaide but are very confident Petrie will suit against his former club.

"Petrie was really close to coming on this trip," Bullets coach Andrej Lemanis said after last night's loss.

"I'm sure he'll be chomping at the bit to go on Sunday."

Jan 6

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