76ers' Simmons out 1 game with shoulder injury
Philadelphia 76ers guard Ben Simmons did not return for the second half Wednesday at Utah because of a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder. He will be reevaluated Thursday in Denver.
Chris Goulding: Boomers want to make amends for Olympics heartbreak
The Boomers will be out to make amends for their heartbreaking Rio Olympics campaign when they travel to China in September for the FIBA World Cup, says Chris Goulding.
Ben Simmons confirmed in Australia's 2019 World Cup squad
Philadelphia 76ers star Ben Simmons will play for Australia at the 2019 FIBA World Cup after being confirmed alongside eight of his NBA colleagues in the Boomers' initial 17-man squad.
Source: Warriors set to sign Bogut for stretch run
The Golden State Warriors expect to sign former center Andrew Bogut soon, a source told ESPN, although there are formalities that have to be completed before a contract can be signed.
Australian cyclist Gerrans announces retirement
Simon Gerrans, who won two stages of the Tour de France and is the only Australian to have won two of cycling's one-day classics, has announced he will retire at the end of the 2018 season.
Farmer wins vacant junior lightweight title
Tevin Farmer won a vacant junior lightweight title with a unanimous 12-round decision over Billy Dib on Friday at Technology Park in Redfern, Australia.
Ian Stanley dies at 69 after battle with cancer
Charismatic Australian golfer Ian Stanley, who was a prolific winner on his home tour before making his mark on the European seniors circuit, has died at 69.
Boomers excited to play in front of 55,000 Filipino fans
Boomers point guard Matthew Dellavedova says it will be nothing short of 'awesome' when he suits up for Australia and plays in front of 55,000 jubilant Filipino fans.
Dellavedova: A trade from Milwaukee was never discussed
Milwaukee Bucks guard Matthew Dellavedova confirmed at no point was he approached by the franchise about a potential trade despite a number of rumours circulating that he was set to be offloaded on NBA draft night.
Tiger starts Masters with Leishman, Fleetwood
Tiger Woods will be paired with Tommy Fleetwood and Marc Leishman for the first two rounds at the Masters, while defending champ Sergio Garcia will play with Justin Thomas and Doc Redman.
Steelers' Aussie punter Berry earns contract extension
Aussie punter Jordan Berry has been signed to a one-year extension by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Cilic blames slow start to final on closed roof
Marin Cilic said it was tough to acclimatize to playing the Australian Open final under a closed roof against Roger Federer indoors after practicing outdoors earlier in the day when the temperature reached a high of 100 degrees.
Roger that! Federer wins Aussie for 20th Slam
Roger Federer won his 20th Grand Slam singles title on Sunday, defeating Marin Cilic in a tense, back-and-forth Australian Open final 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 3-6, 6-1.
Wozniacki wins Aussie Open for 1st Slam title
Caroline Wozniacki captured her first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open, rebounding in the third set to beat Simona Halep 7-6 (2), 3-6, 6-4.
Korda, Liang win Australian Open junior titles
American Sebastian Korda has an Australian Open title to match that of his father -- 1998 champion Petr Korda -- after winning the boys' singles title Saturday.
Federer into Aussie final after Chung retires
Roger Federer will face Marin Cilic in Sunday's Australian Open final, aiming for a 20th Grand Slam title after Hyeon Chung retired from Friday's semifinal match in the second set.
Top seeds Halep, Wozniacki set up Open final
Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki, the top two seeds in the women's field at the Australian Open, will face off in the final at Melbourne Park as each player seeks her first career Grand Slam victory.
Federer moves into semifinals at Aussie Open
Roger Federer is through to the semifinals in Australia, where he will face Hyeon Chung, the first Korean to reach the semifinal of a Grand Slam event.
Kerber routs Keys, gets No. 1 Halep in semis
Angelique Kerber is through to the Australian Open semifinals after a commanding 6-1, 6-2 win over Madison Keys.
Sandgren deletes tweets to 'move forward'
Australian Open quarterfinalist Tennys Sandgren said that he deleted several years of tweets to "move forward" and create a "version of a cleaner start" after he was questioned about his connections with right-wing activists on social media.
Australian utility player had to strengthen his neck in order to prepare for the bigger impacts playing American football.