Andrew Bogut and Stephen Curry were outstanding as the Warriors close in further on the NBA home game winning streak.

Wines to stay with Port in AFL

There had been speculation Ollie Wines might be tempted to make an AFL return to Victoria, but he has committed to Port Adelaide until the end of 2018.
Sanchez, who joined from Spanish side Barcelona in 2014, is one of the most feared wingers in the league, having scored 16 goals in his debut season with the...
Klopp returned to training on Monday after suffering a serious bout of appendicitis last weekend only to see Angelo Ogbonna's late header from a freekick seal...
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Novak Djokovic's domination of 2016 is not as inevitable as it might appear, former British number one Tim Henman believes, even if the other...
Josh Hazlewood, Mitch Marsh and David Warner agree: the lack of a tune-up for the first Test will be no excuse if Australia fail to fire in New Zealand.
Essendon chairman Lindsay Tanner says all 34 banned past and present Bombers players could be part of the Swiss appeal.
Wallabies five-eighth Bernard Foley isn't unduly concerned about the fatigue factor heading into a new Super Rugby season after a stint in Japan.
Retired great Justin Hodges says it will be narrow minded of the NRL if the All Stars concept is scrapped based on the money it earned.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Steve Smith, now carrying the burden of leading Australia in all three formats, is feeling the heat from a disappointed home media after his...
Reappointed City Origin coach Brad Fittler will go head to head with former Sydney Roosters teammate Craig Fitzgibbon in this year's City-Country clash.
Memphis Grizzlies NBA centre Marc Gasol has been sidelined by a fracture in his right foot.
A slew of off-season signings will make their first appearances in Eels colours in Parramatta's NRL trial against Gold Coast in Alice Springs.
Retired great Justin Hodges has claimed feats Queensland achieved under former State of Origin coach Mal Meninga 'will never be done again'.

Opals keen to resolve Cambage saga

Opals coach Brendan Joyce says he is looking forward to Liz Cambage returning to the national team and work through her issues with Basketball Australia.
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