Month: February 2018

NBA Teams Might Be Interested in Picking Cotton from NBL

Bryce Cotton is a professional player for the Perth Wildcats, but we thought Wildcat Cotton would be an excellent name simply for its own merits and for the opponent intimidation factor. No one would be the least intimidated if Cotton’s first name were 100 Percent Pure. That is even less…Read More

Discussions on Best Course to Take for Punt Road Oval

The Richmond Tigers outfit is considering demolished the Jack Dyer Stand at the Punt Road Oval facility in order to bring the ground up to modern expectations. Those of the nostalgic persuasion might not think much of the plan, but a number of AFL clubs have recently built, or are…Read More

Gaze Into the Future to Find Andrew Returning as Sydney Kings Coach

According to The Daily Telegraph, Andrew Gaze will continue on as the coach of the Sydney Kings next season after Gaze took the unprecedented step of asking officials of the team to poll the players to gauge their support for his return. The Kings struggled mightily during the early stages…Read More

Super Rugby Trial Costly to Rebels and Waratahs

It was just a trial game, but if it contains anything ominous about the soon-to-start 2018 season of the Super Rugby competition, the Waratahs might be one side that will cause trouble for the others. They beat the Melbourne Rebels 47 – 5 in the trial at Brookvale Oval, ratcheting…Read More

Mayweather and McGregor Spar Freely on Social Media

We may have not been the first to float the idea of a Conor McGregor – Floyd Mayweather rematch following their boxing bout in Las Vegas in August of 2017, this one to take place in a UFC octagon, but bragging rights of that nature are not particularly appealing to…Read More

West Coast Eagles’ Skipper Shannon Hurn in Perth Through 2019

Recently appointed as captain for the fourth consecutive year, West Coast Eagle veteran Shannon Hurn, according to, has activated a trigger clause in his contract that will keep him in Perth at least until the end of the 2019 season. His contract was to have expired at the end…Read More

Steve Smith No Brain Selection for Second AB Medal

Steve Smith has received the Allan Border Medal as the most outstanding Australian cricketer of the year, a medal that actually means something, as it is awarded based on a vote of cricket players, umpire and the media. That last group could probably be safely left out and in the…Read More

Australian Winter Olympics Athletes Poised for Strong Showing

We are accustomed to Australian athletes making strong showings in the Summer Olympic Games; after all, freestyle swimming was once called the Australian crawl. None of the other strokes have a country name associated with them. English butterfly would make a good one, though, you must admit. We could arbitrarily…Read More

Astounding Cricket Workload Leads CA to Spell Key Testers

The Sheffield Shield could stand a good burnishing, but all it seems to be getting of late is additional tarnishing. Cricket Australia recently told wicketkeeper Tim Paine to have a spell ahead of the four Test tour of South Africa, rather than expending his energy on the Sheffield Shield interstate…Read More