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Washington Wizards and NBA All-Stars duo John Wall and Bradley Beal are excited about being given the chance to play a match against the New York Knicks in London.

Ultra-marathon hero Kevin Webber was presented with a cheque for £150,000 after completing seven walking marathons in seven days

The National Basketball Association (NBA) and Sky Sports today announced a new four-year broadcast and multiplatform partnership that will see Sky Sports become the NBA’s exclusive broadcast partner and official website operator in the UK and Ireland.

Eoin Morgan insists he would not think twice about dropping himself if it helped England’s chances of winning the World Cup.

Jacksonville Jaguars have announced they will be hosting a 7v7 flag football tournament for the third year in a row with tickets to Superbowl LIII for the winners.

Hundreds of football fans joined forces and hit the road to Wembley as Prostate Cancer UK’s Football March for Men made further strides to stop prostate cancer being a killer.

Former Arsenal and England captain Tony Adams will be the star turn at a special World Cup Q&A supporting the work of Prostate Cancer UK – and fans are invited to attend.

Peter Butcher

Saturday, May 5, 2018

Every journalist will have a mentor in the early part of their career, who helps guide and shape them into the best they can be.

Former QPR manager and player Ray Wilkins is ‘critically ill’ after suffering a cardiac arrest, his wife has told the Daily Mirror.

Eoin Morgan was thankful to England’s “Mr Reliable” Chris Woakes and one moment of telling fortune which helped his team close out a thrilling four-run victory over New Zealand in Wellington.

Current and former football stars attending the event at Battersea Park which raises funds for the charity Willow - founded by Bob Wilson and his wife Megs

Spurs, Arsenal, West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers received nomination in the seven different categories

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