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Sunday's game postponed

The NBL released the following statement regarding the Perth Wildcats vs NZ Breakers game scheduled for 31 January 2021.

Tomorrow’s game between the Perth Wildcats and the SKY Sport New Zealand Breakers at RAC Arena has been postponed.

The Breakers were unable to travel from Adelaide after a number of their travelling party reported being unwell. They have since undergone precautionary COVID testing and will remain in Adelaide until they receive their results and are able to travel.

 “We are following the NBL’s strict protocols. The team is unable to travel because it can’t meet pre-boarding health requirements and so its travel has been deferred,” said NBL Commissioner Jeremy Loeliger.

“They will remain in isolation in Adelaide until they can meet their travel requirements.”

A new date for the game has yet to be determined.

Perth Wildcats members and ticketholders for this game will be contacted when a rescheduled date is confirmed.

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