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Breakers Secure Jackson-Cartwright for Another Season


  • Parker Jackson-Cartwright re-signs with the New Zealand Breakers.
  • Averaged 20.6 points, 5.8 assists last season, and named All-NBL First Team.
  • Breakers shaping up roster ahead of NBL Free Agency.

The New Zealand Breakers aren’t wasting any time this off-season, making a solid play by re-signing American point guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright. According to ESPN sources, he’s inked a new one-year deal, ready to bring his A-game once again.

Offensive Juggernaut Returns

Jackson-Cartwright isn’t just any player; he’s a dynamo on the court. Last season, he led the Breakers in both points and assists, and his performance didn’t go unnoticed. Top-three in MVP voting and a spot on the All-NBL First Team? That’s the kind of player you fight to keep.

Stats That Speak Volumes

Let’s talk numbers — because they don’t lie. Averaging 20.6 points and 5.8 assists per game, Jackson-Cartwright was a key factor in the Breakers’ push to the play-in tournament with a 13-15 record. It’s clear the Breakers are looking to build on that momentum.

Roster Moves & Speculation

With free agency on the horizon, the Breakers are shaping up nicely. They’ve got Sam Mennenga, Finn Delany, Dane Pineau, and Mantas Rubštavičius on lock. The big question? Will McDowell-White’s next move. The team’s leaving the door open for his return.

Meanwhile, Izayah Leafa’s made it clear he’s looking for new opportunities, setting the stage for some fresh talent to step in.

A Globetrotter Settles Down

Before recommitting to the Breakers, Jackson-Cartwright had a brief stint with Galatasaray post-NBL season. However, after just one game, he parted ways with the Turkish team. His international experience is vast, with accolades like the Bundesliga MVP under his belt. Now, he’s the first import player to sign on for the Breakers’ 2024-25 run.

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