Creating the 'unguardable:' Giannis working on 3-point range
He's dominated in the 3-point era without a consistent shot from distance, but Giannis Antetokounmpo is working on finding his range and a degree of invincibility.
Tens of millions at stake in All-NBA sprint to the finish
NBA All-Stars battle it out for All-NBA with big bucks on the line.
'Mr. Thunder' on having OKC's first retired jersey and why KD should join him one day
Thunder/Sonics lifer Nick Collison dishes on post-basketball plans and why Kevin Durant's No. 35 should join his No. 4 in the rafters someday.
Simmons's 28 points lead 76ers to road win
Harden gets Bazemore to dance on drive to hoop
Band of Brothers: How Seton Hall opened doors for international players
The 1988-89 Seton Hall Pirates lost the NCAA Finals by the narrowest of margins and sketchiest of foul calls. But the team's legacy was less about wins and losses and more about the footprint it left upon how international players are recruited.
The Australians who will be on show during March Madness
The field has officially been set for this years NCAA Tournament, with 10 Australians getting the opportunity to play on college basketball's biggest stage. We run the rule over the Aussies set to compete in March Madness.
Ranking 2019 NCAA tournament coaches as players, 1-68
A Hall of Famer, a former college player of the year at Duke, and a guy who didn't play past the eighth grade.
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AFL Round Table: Did the Dockers do right by Jesse Hogan?
Our AFL experts dissect all of the main talking points ahead of the opening round of the season, including the Jesse Hogan situation, Carlton's place in the season-opener and our biggest risers and sliders for 2019.
'It's only JLT' but the Kangaroos need to fix a big problem
Many have predicted North Melbourne to rise up the ladder this season after a promising 2018, but some alarming defensive stats have arisen from the Roos' JLT campaign.
San Antonio's Western Conference climb spurred by defensive turnaround
After bottoming out defensively during a 1-7 rodeo trip in February, the Spurs are playing some of the NBA's best defense since coming home.
Curry no stranger to making 50-foot shots
Managers can't just coach; they need to look the part too
The main job of a soccer manager like Pep Guardiola is to get results but the way they dress is important, too. It says a lot about how they manage.
Scott sips a fan's drink after fall into stands
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After decades of resistance, black America embraces Blue Devils basketball.
In 2007, NBA ref Tim Donaghy pleaded guilty to betting on games he officiated. But it was never proved that he fixed them -- until now. Our two-year investigation reveals how he did it, whom he did it with and the millions that flowed from the conspiracy.
No matter where he spends the rest of his career, Kevin Durant is determined to set himself up for success for the rest of his life.
"His competition, for me, is in the monuments," Yankees legend Reggie Jackson said.
More than a decade after the Steve Nash era, Phoenix appears to have no discernible direction.
With 2018 drawing to a festive close, we take a look at Australia's major football codes and make some bold predictions about next year.
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