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Tai Webster and Breakers Agree Release

The Sky Sport Breakers have agreed to release star guard Tai Webster.

Webster, the breakout star from last season, inked a new two-year contract with the Breakers in July but since then it has become increasingly likely the team will again start the season in Australia due to the Delta outbreak.

The new NBL season is scheduled to start on November 18.

Breakers owner Matt Walsh says he respects Tai Webster’s decision to remain unvaccinated.

“Tai was amazing for us last year and we wish him the absolute best.  I fully support each player’s freedom of choice in regards to the vaccine”. 

“The club will keep the door open for Tai, but unfortunately we are living in extraordinary times and without being vaccinated he will not have freedom of travel which would allow him to play for us this season.”

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