Vukona and Jackson rise up the scoring list

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The good news was that Corey Webster was back the not such good news was that the Breakers turnovers trouble continues. A week after committing a record (in 40 minute games) 25 against Illawarra the Breakers bettered or rather worsened that by two in the 74-62 win against Sydney Kings.

Charles Jackson fouled out in 9:42 against the Kings . That bettered or rather worsened his effort against Perth at the pre-season Blitz when he departed in a touch under 9 minutes. On Wednesday big Charles had zero fouls at the 5:03 mark therefore accumulated the maximum five in a further 4:39

Now for the better rather than the worse.

Mika Vukona with 7pts passed CJ Bruton (2,049pts) and move to third on the Breakers all time scoring list. Kirk Penney leads the list with 2,517pts followed by Tom Abercrombie, 2,293pts.

\Cedric Jackson with 11 points moved past 1400 career points and up to 7th on the Breakers all time scoring list.

Breakers all time leading scorers:

2517 Penney

2293 Webster

2053 Vukona

2049 Bruton

1800 Olson

1451 Pepper

1427 Jackson

1423 Wilkinson

1372 Jones

1320 Henare

Corey Webster was all class early on but cooled in the middle periods before finishing with a game high 22 points – his 9th 20+ points haul for the club.

Tom Abercrombie had an excellent 15 points and 10 rebounds double double, surprisingly just his 4th DD in the NBL.

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