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    Melbourne United have beaten the Breakers 87-84 to continue their best start to an Australian basketball league season with a 10-1 win-loss record after 11 games

    Melbourne United have beaten the Breakers 87-84 to continue their best start to an Australian basketball league season with a 10-1 win-loss record after 11 games


    Tai Webster was the match's top-scorer with 32 points, despite fouling out late.

    However, coach Dan Shamir says they struggled because Webster's brother Corey was ginger.



    The Breakers are last on the ladder.

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