Breakers guard Corey Webster feels benefits of hard work

IF PRACTICE makes perfect, then New Zealand Breakers guard Corey Webster must be as close to perfection as you can get.

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"I never get sick of it," he said. "Even now when I get home from training I want tomorrow to hurry up so I can get back to training again."

Webster shortens the gap between training sessions by doing extra workouts with coaching staff, then with Breakers assistant Paul Henare, before a gym session and another late-night workout on his own.

The work is paying off, he's averaging a career-high 15 points per game this season.

ROUND 11 games (home teams first): Fri: Breakers v Townsville, Wollongong v Melbourne, Adelaide v Cairns; Sun: Melbourne v Sydney, Cairns v Breakers.



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