Tom Clarke Roar Pro

Tom Clarke

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About

Long suffering Dragons and Clippers fan, slightly less long suffering Cats fan

Member Since:
 
July 2014
Based In:
 
Australia
Favourite Sports:
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Inside the Unicorn Factory: the NBA’s terrifying secret

Inside the Unicorn Factory: the NBA's terrifying secret

11 Dec 2017

21 June 2012: The Miami Heat dominate the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA Finals. Fears spread across the world of basketball that LeBron James may be legitimately unstoppable. NBA Commissioner David Stern decides to take action.

Shaun Marsh for PM!

Shaun Marsh for PM!

28 Nov 2017

The constant negativity surrounding Shaun Marsh has become tedious. It’s time to embrace the man for who he is and realise he’s not going to disappear from the public consciousness anytime soon.

A way-too-early look at NBA MVP candidates

A way-too-early look at NBA MVP candidates

23 Nov 2017

The NBA is incredible. In a season that many feared would be dulled by the dominance of the Golden State Warriors, the first month of the NBA has been thrilling across the board.

Centre stage: Who will be the NBA’s last great big man?

Centre stage: Who will be the NBA’s last great big man?

18 Aug 2017

The NBA has always been a land of giants, but in today’s NBA, the big man is becoming less and less relevant. Indeed, the centre as we once knew it is all but extinct.

Modern day GOATs: This is the greatest ever era for watching sports

Modern day GOATs: This is the greatest ever era for watching sports

18 Jul 2017

Roger Federer’s historic eighth Wimbledon victory is a reminder that we are living at a truly incredible time for watching sports.

Professional captains: Men who were better leaders than players

Professional captains: Men who were better leaders than players

14 Jul 2017

Luke Hodge is perhaps the most celebrated AFL captain of the past decade. This week he announced his retirement from the game after 16 years in the AFL and seven years as captain of Hawthorn Hawks.