Easy to focus on Kohli, but India’s supporting cast strong

Australia won't fall into the trap of focusing solely on Virat Kohli, knowing all too well that India's other batsmen pack a punch. Kohli has dominated the lead-up to the four-Test series that starts on Thursday in Adelaide, featuring in more headlines than any member of Tim Paine's team. Well supported: Virat Kohli celebrates after scoring a century alongside teammate […]

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Mundine ups the antics but Fenech predicts a rough night against Horn

Anthony Mundine grabbed Jeff Horn by the throat when the pair faced off at their weigh-in on Thursday but it's the former WBO welterweight champion that would have to choke if Mundine was to cause an immense boilover at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night. Both men easily made the 71kg catchweight when they stepped onto the platform, with Mundine looking […]

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Don’t look now, but NBA teams are scoring like it’s 1985

If you loved that high-scoring era of the NBA three and four decades ago, you’ll love what’s happening now. Consider these results from the first nine days of the season: New Orleans 131, Houston 112. … Utah 123, Sacramento 117. … Memphis 131, Cleveland 123. … New Orleans 149, Sacramento 129. … Golden State 124, Utah 123. … Dallas 140, Minnesota […]

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Smart displays are here, but will they be worth a look?

Google, Amazon and Facebook are all talking up smart displays to live on your kitchen bench or bedside table, but are screens old news in the modern smart home? Ten years ago, digital photo frames were the must-have home gadget, putting your happy snaps on display rather than leaving family photos locked away on your camera. These high-tech picture frames […]

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Vote all but ends Australian soccer's political war

Australian soccer's bitter political war is on the cusp of ending after a new constitution was passed at a Football Federation Australia emergency general meeting on Tuesday afternoon. After more than two years of feuding, consensus has finally been reached among warring factions on establishing an expanded FFA congress that will make the organisation’s membership tier more inclusive and democratic […]

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Thanks for the good Will, but Pucovski would prefer some runs

Will Pucovski appreciates the concern, but doesn’t want your sympathy. He wishes he was being asked about a match-winning century to haul Victoria into the Sheffield Shield final. That's not the case though. Not yet, at least. For now, when the average cricket follower is asked about Pucovski, they think of concussions. The batting prodigy, still only 20, gets that. […]

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Dragons stun Broncos but lose biggest stars in finals upset

Broncos 18 Dragons 48 St George Illawarra's stunning finals turnaround came at a massive cost as two of the Dragons' biggest stars re-aggravated injuries, forcing the Red V to finish with just one man on the bench in a pulsating upset of the Broncos. Captain Gareth Widdop re-dislocated his shoulder in his comeback match, Jack de Belin limped off with a […]

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