The Breakers have added to their squad for the upcoming Australian National Basketball League season, signing the Guam international, Tai Wesley.
Wesley played power forward for the Southland Sharks in the recent New Zealand NBL, averaging 16 points and nine rebounds per game.
The 28-year-old is American born with a Fijian father, but qualifies as a local player under the new FIBA Oceania player rule, having lived in Guam for six years.
That leaves the final import spot still available after the Breakers confirmed the return of the former MVP point guard, Cedric Jackson, last week.
Wesley will arrive back in New Zealand in early September to begin pre-season training with the squad members not involved in New Zealand's World Cup campaign in Spain.