NBA: The Pacers hit the mark in over-time to down the Warriors, while Phoenix beat Dallas Mavericks in Texas.
W League: Adelaide United have consolidated their top four place with a victory over Wellington.
Tennis: A weary Adrian Mannarino provided some post-match laughs after his match against Aslan Karatsev finished at 2.33 AM.
Football: The Phoenix have moved up from last place in the A League with a much needed win against Western United.
Football: Socceroos legend Tim Cahill has congratulated Sam Kerr on becoming Australia's leading goal-scorer.
Tennis: Twenty-time grand slam champion Rafael Nadal powered through in four sets against Karen Khachanov to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open.
NBL: The Brisbane Bullets have charged through in the final quarter to beat the Sydney Kings in front of delighted home fans.
Tennis: Ash Barty has continued to power through in the Australian Open, while former champion Naomi Osaka went down in a third set tie-break.
Football: Sam Kerr has overtaken Tim Cahill to become Australia's all time leading goal-scorer after a massive outing for the Matildas in the Asian Cup.
BBL: The Adelaide Strikers have taken out the Hobart Hurricanes in the BBL elimination final.at the MCG.
Cricket: Aaron Finch has been speaking at the launch of the T20 World Cup in Melbourne.
Cricket: Josh Hazlewood says the Australia squad are content despite uncertainty surrounding the position of Justin Langer.
AFL: Jordan De Goey has returned to training after agreeing to plead guilty to a harassment charge in his New York court case.
NRL: The Dolphins have signed three-time Premiership winner Jesse Bromwich on a two-year deal.
AFL: West Coast Eagles star Jack Darling has been banned from training for failing to meet the AFL's COVID vaccination mandate.
UFC: Francis Ngannou has been labelled a liar by Ciryl Gane, as the champion fighter made inciting remarks about their sparring history.
Football: Defending champions Algeria bowed out in the Group stages of the tournament.
Cricket: Tahlia McGrath has delivered a brilliant performance to secure a win for the Aussies in their first outing against England.
Tennis: Nick Kyrgios entertained journalists in his press conference after his match against Daniil Medvedev.
Football: Matildas star Kyah Simon is confident in the new line-up ahead of the Asian Cup.
BBL: The Adelaide Strikers have a boost to their finals line-up, as stars return from the Ashes series.
NBA: The Charlotte Hornets have knocked over the Celtics in Boston, with Terry Rozier among the star performers.
Tennis: Wildcard Maddison Inglis has prevailed against Hailey Baptiste to make it through to the third round in the Australian Open.
NRL: Prop forward Tom Flegler is ready to make an impact for the Broncos in 2022 when he return from suspension.
Netball: Gretel Bueta was on target in a brilliant performance, as the English roses' last minute changes failed to stop the Australian star.
NBA: Nikolas Jokic scored a 49 point triple-double in an unforgettable outing against the LA Clippers, which included a crazy over-time finish.
NBA: King James pulled off a reverse alley-oop in the Lakers clash against the Pacers in Los Angeles.
Tennis: Wildcard Christopher O'Connell has pulled off a remarkable straight set win over thirteenth seed Diego Schwartzman.
Netball: Australia have defeated England to win their sixth Quad series title in London.
AFL: Collingwood star Jordan de Goey has had his US court case adjourned until January 28, he remains stood down by the club.
Origin: New South Wales' pre-season Blues camp has been cancelled due to high daily COVID cases in the state.
Netball: The Diamonds fell desperately short against England in the Netball Quad Series, the Roses pegging Australia back with little time remaining.
Premier League: The Belgian FA have blocked Everton from approaching manager Roberto Martinez, with fresh faces emerging in their search for a new coach.
Premier League: Tottenham boss Antonio Conte says he can't understand why his team's match with Arsenal has been postponed.
AFCON: Ghana have crashed out of the Africa Cup of Nations at just the group stage after suffering a 3-2 loss to Comoros while Morocco shared the points with Gabon.
Premier League: Chelsea led early but were pegged back by Brighton, Adam Webster scoring on the hour to steal a point from Thomas Tuchel's side.
BBL: The Hobart Hurricanes wrapped up a finals spot with a convincing, six-wicket win over the Melbourne Renegades at Marvel Stadium.
BBL: Before his return to BBL duties, Sydney Thunder batsman Usman Khawaja gave test skipper Pat Cummins plenty of praise for a subtle gesture during Ashes celebrations.
NRL: The Gold Coast Titans have agreed a new two-year deal with winger Phillip Sami, which will see him stay at the club through to the end of 2024.
Premier League: Interim manager at Manchester United, Ralf Rangnick, has revealed that French star Paul Pogba has returned to first team training after a long stint on the sidelines.
FFA Cup: The Central Coast Mariners dispatched of Sydney FC in their FFA Cup semi final at Jubilee Stadium, thanks largely to a late penalty.
Tennis: Australian pair Sam Stosur and Maddison Inglis took out round one wins on day two action at the Australian Open.
Tennis: Big names Daniil Medvedev, Andy Murray and Stefanos Tsitsipas all won their opening round matches at the Australian Open.
Tennis: Australian Alex de Minaur has moved into the second round of his home slam with a four-set win over Italian Lorenzo Musetti.
Tennis: Nick Kyrgios was back to his box office best against Brit Liam Broady, winning in straight sets in front of a wild John Cain Arena crowd.
Tennis: Nick Kyrgios reached in his bag of tricks in the first round of the Australian Open against Liam Broady, while Andy Murray won his first Australian Open in 5 years.
NBA: Kyrie Irving will not let Kevin Durant's injury sway him into getting vaccinated, while the Brooklyn Nets remain desperate to have Irving continue to play.
NFL: The Rams have crushed Arizona in Los Angeles, with a thumping 34-11 win.
Tennis: Sam Stosur got through a tough match to advance, while wildcard Maddison Inglis won her first ever Grand Slam match.
Cricket: Beth Mooney has suffered a terrible injury heading into The Ashes series.