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Patty Mills knew there were many better ways of going into NBA free agency than with his right arm in a sling. So the new bumper three year deal with the San Antonio Spurs was a big relief for the Australian basketball star. Mills returned to Australia last week, a month after he and compatriot Aron Baynes helped the Spurs win the NBA title. It has been a massive time for the 25 year old since the Spurs beat LeBron James' Miami Heat for the title. Mills needed surgery to repair the torn rotator cuff in the right shoulder... Read more
The Cronulla Sharks are eyeing Robert Lui to replace sacked five eighth Todd Carney. It is understood Cronulla staffers have spoken internally about making an approach to the Cowboys playmaker and Lui's management has been approached on an informal basis about the off-contract 24 year old's desire to return to Sydney. Lui's…
The bad news has continued for Carlton as they labour through a horror AFL season with the announcement star defender Andrew Walker has undergone knee surgery and will not play again this year. Carlton football director Andrew McKay said on the club website Walker had struggled with an injury for several…
A record number of Indigenous runners has excelled at the Deadly Fun Run Championships in Uluru. The Deadly Fun Run Series was initiated by the Indigenous Marathon Project in 2012 to introduce walking and running into Indigenous communities across Australia. It is an event inspired by the Governor General, Sir Peter…
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