ANBL: NZ Breakers stun league leaders Sydney Kings to snap four-game losing streak

The NZ Breakers have snapped a four-game losing streak with a stunning 93-88 upset against ANBL leaders Sydney Kings on Sunday.

Forward Jarrell Brantley led the way with a dominant 30-point outing, including a crucial go-ahead three-pointer with just 16 seconds remaining.

Derek Pardon competes for the ball.
Derek Pardon competes for the ball. Photo credit: Getty Images

Brantly was a constant presence on both offence and defence for the Breakers, with nine rebounds and three blocks on the night.

Breakers guard Will McDowell-White was equally as impressive as a scorer and a facilitator with 20 points and 10 assists.

Centre Rob Loe chipped in with 15 points from the bench, with Derek Pardon also reaching double figures with 11 points.

The Breakers dominated the first half of the fixture, before the Kings responded in the third quarter, outscoring the NZ-based club 27-15 to claw their way back.

The Kings had four players reach double digits, but the Breakers managed to keep any one player from breaking out, with none scoring more than 17 points.

With just under 30 seconds left in the game and the game tied at 86-all, Brantley dribbled the ball, before shooting from the top of the arc and sinking the backboard three-pointer.

NZ Breakers 93 (Brantley 30, McDowell-White 20, Loe 15) Sydney Kings 88 (Walton Jr 17, Simon 16, Vasiljevic 12)