Patty Mills and Matthew Dellavedova Represent for Australia in NBA Playoffs

Patty Mills did a full game’s work in less than half a game in the San Antonio Spurs dismantling of The Memphis Grizzlies in the first game of the playoff series between the teams. Mills was nearly a point-a-minute man, scoring 15 whilst playing for only 19 minutes. He wasted no time making his defensive…

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Hayne Caught in Coach/General Manager Dispute

As if trying to secure a spot on the 53-man game day roster were not enough to occupy the complete attention of rugby-player-turned-NFL-er Jarryd Hayne, there are already grumblings of trouble in paradise caused by speculation that new coach Chip Kelly and General Manager Trent Baalke are not meshing well from a perspective of personality…

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William Hill – NRL Warriors V Bulldogs Review

Chips-in Canterbury this week. The Warriors have done absolutely nothing this year and how they have opened favourites – even with this match in Wellington – is perplexing. Canterbury were outstanding against Melbourne and the quick backup is no issue. There is no bigger myth in the NRL than the negative impact of a quick…

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U.S. Import Mason Cox to Make AFL Debut for Pies

Turnabout is fair play, or so it would seem, as the Magpies get ready to debut an American recruit named Mason Cox when the Pies play the Demons in Round 4 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Cox graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in engineering, so he is obviously no dummy and realised…

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Curry Bogut Chase History

As Stephan Curry and Andrew Bogut prepare to go into their final regular season game with the opportunity to break the 20-year-old record for the most regular season wins, and praise is being heaped on LeBron James for his record setting 12 seasons of scoring an average of 25 points per game, one slightly overlooked…

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NRL Selections for Round 7

Unlike the Sacramento, California version of the Warriors, the struggling NRL Warriors of New Zealand are doing anything but coasting through the league on their way to a title. After six rounds, the Kiwis, who as everyone knows currently have the international rugby crown, have won only two games, prompting Coach Andrew McFadden to rethink…

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Spieth Collapse in 2016 Masters Similar to Norman’s in 1996

Channeling Greg Norman’s epic 1996 Masters collapse, young Texan Jordan Spieth surrendered a five-stroke lead with nine holes remaining in the final round of the 2016 Masters. Norman’s lead was six strokes, if anyone wants to quibble about the comparison. Another similarity betwixt the two events was that Danny Willet became the first Englishman to…

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2016 Masters Jason Day’s Hopes Alive

The storyline on the 2016 Masters got a bit more interesting in the third round when Jordan Spieth threw away three of his four stroke lead in the final two holes. His mini-collapse brought many players back into the tournament going into the final round. Jason Day is now within three shots and will tee…

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Warriors’ Bogut Says Regular Season Record Irrelevant

Golden State Warriors big man Andrew Bogut does not always see eye-to-eye with teammate Steph Curry, and the reason has nothing to do with the difference in height. Curry, the consummate win-everything-sight reigning NBA MVP, has stated publicly that he is more than a little interested in the 73-win regular season record, but to Bogut,…

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Shark Robbed Of 1987 Masters Victory

It would appear that Adam Scott’s 2013 Masters Tournament victory has not salved the collective psyches of Australian golf fans who still lament the epic collapse of Greg Norman in the 1996 edition. Now, video evidence has surfaced showing that 1987 winner Larry Mize broke a rule for which he was not penalised, that would…

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