From the expertsThe low down from those in the know
Sportswriters Ryan O’Connell and Brett McKay are on a triumphant Ashes high in the Summer Edition of the Cheap Seats podcast.
Unquestionably, it’s great that a former NBA playoffs starter made his NBL debut on Sunday and that another player with (pre-season) NBA links did so too.
It’s 12.23am at Gillette Stadium and it’s so cold I’m shaking non-stop and can’t feel much of the bottom half of my body. But one hell of a football game has just come to a predictably sensational end.
Shane Mosley’s trainer and father has warned Anthony Mundine could come into Wednesday’s clash weakened if he loses too much muscle mass in his bid to make the weight.
Mark Webber has said goodbye to Formula One with a typically gritty drive to second place in the Brazilian Grand Prix and without shedding a tear.
Australia newest sporting coaches – Darren Lehmann, Ewen McKenzie, and Ange Postecoglou – have a lot in common.
Undrafted Australian Matthew Dellavedova’s first NBA start turned into a nightmare against New Orleans on Friday (Saturday AEDT).
It was a horror crash that had all the hallmarks of a tragedy.
Alan Jones isn’t afraid to say he didn’t see a future star in Mark Webber the first time he took to the wheel of a Formula One car.
Australia’s Jason Day is proud to have held himself together on a day in which he and Adam Scott played well but made no ground in golf’s World Cup.
In the 90s, the NBA was known as a big man’s league. With giant superstars like Shaquille O’Neal, Hakeem Olajuwon, and Patrick Ewing roaming the paint, the prevailing thought was that you needed a dominant centre on your roster to compete with the league’s elite teams.
The AFC West sits atop the league with a 26-14 record on the backs of the 9-1 Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs. But despite the strong record, should it really be considered the best division in the NFL?
A horror hole has severely jeopardised Adam Scott’s winning streak but fellow Australian Jason Day is within two shots of the World Cup lead.
Adam Scott finds it’s strange that he and Australian teammate Jason Day might not get to play together in this week’s World Cup at Royal Melbourne.
Ryan O’Connell and Brett McKay fire up the Ashes predictions machine in the Summer Edition of the Cheap Seats podcast.
Thirteen years to the day since being crowned the youngest-ever year-end men’s world No.1, Lleyton Hewitt has challenged Bernard Tomic to finally deliver on his own undoubted potential.
The Roar of the crowdYour sports opinion. Write your own article
As Thanksgiving Week wraps up we’re two-thirds of the way through the NFL Season.
Here’s what we learnt from the past week, which kicked a number of teams out of contention including the Buccaneers, Falcons and Redskins.
The American state of Indiana is acknowledged as the homeland of basketball, but in the streets of New York City, basketball is king.
Formula One in 2014 will resemble Formula One in 2013, and there’s no reason to expect it to be any different.
“With the first pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, the Cleveland Cavaliers select Anthony Bennett from UNLV,” said David Stern late last June.
If it wasn’t already set in stone, now is the time the Philadelphia Eagles and chain quarterback Nick Foles as their starter.
I’ve never met Matt Cowdrey. I’ve never spoken to him on the phone; never received an email from him. I’ve never even seen him walking down the street.
It’s now official – Pastor Maldonado will drive for Lotus in 2014.
While there were many players who performed and under-performed in 2013, there were also the many few who showed glimpses of their good form, but at the same time, glimpses of their bad form.
While the tennis season overall was well known for the ongoing dominance of the top players in the world, unfortunately there were some players who either under-performed, or were unable to achieve their top potential in 2013.
Pastor Maldonado has signed for the Lotus F1 Team for the 2014 season.
With the conclusion of yet another exciting tennis year, now is the time to look back at some of the achievers, under-performers, and co. throughout the season.
It is no secret that to the Denver Broncos players, coaching staff, fans and head office, this season has been Super Bowl victory or bust.
Year after year in recent times, the Edmonton Oilers continue to be the whipping boys of the National Hockey League.
Sebastian Vettel put his name on the radar from the moment he made his debut.
2014 may not have been a classic season of Formula 1, but it served up enough interesting treats to leave us salivating for Albert Park in 15 short weeks.