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"Get over it" - that's the message from Breakers coach Paul Henare after the club tumbled to their second successive, losing to the Brisbane Bullets 81-76 on Sunday.

The Breakers looked almost unbeatable, winning nine straight games, but after the international window break, the club lost to Perth, then Brisbane in a matter of days.
The Breakers are 9-3 on the season, just above the Perth Wildcats in the standings - who have a game in hand over the Auckland-based club.
But Henare isn't hitting the panic button just yet, saying it's just another game.
"It's two games. We lost two games in three days so my message to the guys is 'get over it'," he told Newshub at Auckland airport.
"We are still a good team, we are still near the top of the ladder, if not on the top, so life goes on.
"We are not to focus on the fact we lost at all. We are going to focus on the areas of improvement we need to do trying the times when we are winning too."
The Breakers will have a chance at payback on Thursday night when they face Bullets again, but this time it will be on their home court.
Henare said he will make slight adjustments fo the clash at Spark Arena, but it won't be anything significant.
"We will look to make a few adjustments and hopefully get back on track on Thursday.
"From a scouting point of view and trying to make those adjustments definitely helps.
"You are not having to re-do a whole bunch of things. Just looking to make the adjustments that they will be making and what we need to make from game to game and hopefully we can get across the line."

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