Hobart, December 03, 2021:- Tasmania JackJumpers wins and fires Brisbane Bullets with 83-74 after overtime score in MyState Bank Arena (Hobart) with record-breaking supporters in the crowd for the inaugural season of their first-ever NBL game.
Josh Adams from Tasmania JackJumpers scored highest with 20 points as the tight game headed for a win, followed by another Josh, this time Josh Magette with 19 points.
The commentators for the match called the win a first in many to come.
Coach of Tasmania JackJumpers Scott Roth with this win became the first coach in NBL history to register a win in his debut game.
The arena was filled with the record-breaking crowd for Tasmania JackJumpers which was telecasted live on ESPN.
Twitter on the other hand was overwhelmed with the tweets supporting the win registered by their favorite team, and the hashtags for the same trending.
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