The national men's basketballers have beaten South Korea in a thrilling World Cup warm-up game in Seoul.
A buzzer-beating three-pointer from the veteran guard Kirk Penney gave the Tall Blacks the 71-70 victory.
The Koreans led 70-68 before Penney stepped up for the visitors, who trailed 50-49 heading into the fourth quarter, but led 33-22 at half-time.
The Tall Blacks are now on their way to China for more warm-up games in preparation for the World Cup, which begins in Spain at the end of August.
New Zealand start their campaign against Turkey on the 31st, then face a tough game gainst the United States on September the 3rd, before facing Ukraine the next day, followed by their final pool game against Finland on the 4th.