Kevin Lisch put the Breakers to the sword for the Hawks.
Kevin Lisch put the Breakers to the sword for the Hawks. TRAVIS ANDERSON

Must-win game for the Breakers

The Crocodiles will have their work cut out if they want to test New Zealand at the Townsville Entertainment Centre tonight.

The Crocs are in seventh spot and have lost their past three games.

The Breakers are also going through a rough trot, falling to fifth after losing their past four matches.

The last of those was a 103-96 defeat to Illawarra on Sunday night, where Hawks guard Kevin Lisch destroyed them with 40 points.

Townsville was gallant in its last game against Adelaide, losing 108-103.
36ers livewire Jerome Randle was the difference in that game, with 34 points.

Tonight's other game will see the Wildcats host the Hawks at Perth Arena.

Perth is second, with the Hawks in third after winning their past three games.

Lisch will again be the man to watch, shooting with a 55% field-goal efficiency in the win over the Breakers.
 


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