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Ben Sewell

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Physiotherapist by day Sports blogger by night. I talk all things Basketball, Rugby League, Football and Cricket.

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Isaac Humphries, Australia’s next diamond in the rough

Isaac Humphries, Australia’s next diamond in the rough

4 days ago

As the 2017 NBA draft drew to a close back in June this year, it was a time to celebrate for most Boomers fans.

The Cavs future is a lot brighter now

The Cavs future is a lot brighter now

1 Sep 2017

The Cleveland Cavaliers have managed to pull off the trade of the summer, in a coup which is set to lay the foundation for years to come.

Boston Celtics make the worst trade of the summer

Boston Celtics make the worst trade of the summer

23 Aug 2017

As one of the busiest offseasons in recent memory draws to a close, the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers engaged in possibly the most important trade of the whole summer.

A Socceroos starting XI to beat Japan

A Socceroos starting XI to beat Japan

17 Aug 2017

Ange Postecoglou has named his 30-man preliminary squad for the Socceroos upcoming World Cup qualifiers. These are two vital games for Australia as a loss in either game will likely put an end to Australia’s direct World Cup qualification hopes.

It’s time for Australia to pick a leg-spinner

It's time for Australia to pick a leg-spinner

14 Aug 2017

It’s now been ten years since Shane Warne retired from international cricket and in that time, Cricket Australia has unearthed a total of zero competent leg-spinners.

How the A-League got it all wrong

How the A-League got it all wrong

11 Aug 2017

With the ongoing feud between the FFA and A-League owners continuing this offseason, perhaps this has distracted many A League fans from the real issue facing football in Australia today – The A-League’s inability to distinguish itself between a fully fledged independent league or a nursery for bigger European clubs.