The Breakers have reportedly signed the son of NBA Hall of Famer John Stockton as replacement for the injured Ben Woodside.
David Stockton drives to the basket during a NBA D-League game.
According to Eurobasket, former NBA player David Stockton was lured away by the New Zealand NBL franchise from his current team in Zagreb in Croatia.
Stockton played three games for the Sacremento Kings last year while his father cemented a 19-year legacy with the Utah Jazz before being welcomed into the Hall of Fame as part of the 2009 class.
Breakers General Manager Dillon Boucher told 1 NEWS they have been "in conversations with a player but nothing is finalised".
The Breakers play the Cairns Taipans at 7:30pm on Friday.
Woodside is expected to miss six to eight weeks due to a foot injury.