The Breakers are shying away from any drastic changes to their approach as they seek to save their Australian Basketball League grand final series tonight.
A loss in game two at the North Shore Events Centre tonight would hand the Perth Wildcats a championship victory.
Breakers assistant coach Paul Henare says they will make some adjustments from game one, but it won't be a major overhaul.
He says he's sure the changes they could make won't be anything out of the ordinary for the team to pick up on.
Targeting the Wildcats' threatening imports will again be a key focus. The Breakers had pleasing success in shutting down Jermaine Beal and Casey Prather in game one, which Henare says gives them plenty of motivation.
A capacity crowd of 4,100 is expected to pack into the North Shore Events Centre, with tip off at 7:30.