LeBron floors rival with low blow
Cleveland star LeBron James has floored a Lakers rival in comical circumstances after firing a bullet pass straight into D’Angelo Russell’s crown jewels.
Ex-NFL star reveals gross injury treatment
Former NFL has Chad Johnson has lifted the lid on arguably the most disgusting injury treatment ever, revealing he used to soak his ankles in a teammate’s urine to treat sprains.
50 Cent dubs Billy Dib a 'punk'
Rapper 50 Cent has dubbed Australian boxer Billy Dib a "punk" over claims he was left over $1 million out of pocket following their ill-fated fight promotion partnership.
Hilarious NBA coach at his blunt best
Spurs coach Gregg Popovic was at his blunt best during a mid-game interview assessing his team but hilariously showed his disgust when talk turned to the US presidential candidacy poll results.
Detroit star sinks full court buzzer beater
Detroit Piston Andre Drummond has thrown a third-quarter buzzer beater to the delight of Pistons fans at The Palace of Auburn Hills in Michigan.
Dragons score super NRL Nines try
Dragons young gun Yaw Kiti Glymin showed brilliant hands to light up the NRL Auckland Nines and set up a stunning try for teammate Kalifa Faifai Loa.
Skater's death defying ride
Russian skateboarder Roma Alimov has risked death, teetering on the edge of building and traffic overpasses during a high stakes street riding session.
Rising stars to shine at NRL Nines
The NRL Auckland Nines is set to be a platform for the next wave of rugby league stars to shine. Check out 10 of the brightest prospects ready to seize their moment.
Aussie windsurfer conquers monster waves
Australian boardrider Jason Polakow has become the first windsurfer to tackle Portugal's infamous big wave break Nazare, after conquering a recent monster swell.
Ambidextrous bowler stars at World Cup
Sri Lankan 17-year-old Kamindu Mendis has taken the U/19 World Cup by storm as an ambidextrous bowler who can deliver right-arm off-spin and left-arm orthodox with equal aplomb.
New glasses take sports fans into the future
Microsoft has given TV sports fans a glimpse into the future after unveiling a new set of headwear that allows viewers to watch matches with holograms of players, stats and replays.