The New Zealand Breakers have acquired three more offshore players unfamiliar with the NBL to complete their overhaul for 2019-20.
A roster featuring seven newcomers will take to the court, headlined by US point guard RJ Hampton, who is touted to be a future NBA star.
New director of basketball Dan Shamir rounded out his group with lower key signing announcements on Tuesday.
Shamir's long involvement with the Israeli League was reflected in the acquisition of Sek Henry, an American shooting guard who was that league's MVP two years ago with Maccabi Ashdod. The 32-year-old has played more recently in Turkey.
Nigerian Chris Obekpa, 25, made it to the fringe of the NBA but the 2.06m defence-minded centre also settled in Turkey, where he was blocks leader in the Superleague for Trabzonspor.
Another centre signing is Australian passport holder Ater Majok, who has represented Lebanon internationally.
The 32-year-old last played in the NBL with the now defunct Gold Coast Blaze in 2011, the same year he was picked up late in the NBA draft by the LA Lakers.