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Thunder outmuscle the Bulls
Russell Westbrook had 36 points, 11 rebounds and six assists as the Oklahoma City Thunder held off the Chicago Bulls 109-100 in Sunday night's NBA action.
Talbot starts for streaking Rangers
Cam Talbot made 38 saves as the streaking New York Rangers beat the Florida Panthers 2-1 for their 14th victory in 17 games.
Darvish faces Tommy John op
The Texas Rangers have suffered a major setback to their hopes of success in 2015 after star pitcher Yu Darvish was ruled out for the season.
Cook applies to be Moldovan
Top British taekwondo fighter Aaron Cook is seeking to change his nationality to Moldovan to ensure he qualifies for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
NBA: Rose stops Warriors
Derrick Rose scored 30 points as the Chicago Bulls outlasted Golden State 113-111 in overtime, snapping the Warriors' club-record home win streak at 19 games.
Christie bounces back
Great Britain speed skater Elise Christie, who left the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics in tears after being disqualified in all of her races, has won the 500m and 1500m in the Netherlands to take the overall title at the European Short Track championships.
Gandy backs Judd for success
After more than 50 years coaching athletics it takes a lot to impress George Gandy.
Russian race walkers banned
Five Russian race walkers, including three Olympic champions, have been handed lengthy doping bans, the country's anti-doping agency has announced.
Vonn breaks World Cup record
Lindsey Vonn claimed a record 63rd World Cup success with victory in the women's super-G at Cortina d'Ampezzo on Monday.
UFC: McGregor KOs Siver
Conor McGregor knocked out Dennis Siver in the second round in Boston, Massachusetts.,
UFC: 'Done deal' for McGregor
'Notorious' Conor McGregor says his world championship fight at a stadium in Dublin is "one contract signature away".
Alarming drop in school PE
A new survey shows the Government has seen an alarming fall in PE time in schools since it came into power, with the figures casting doubts over the promises of Olympic legacy and sports participation.
Ainslie team advancing well
Sir Ben Ainslie is confident his BAR team can bring the America’s Cup home to Britain for the first time.
London finale for Radcliffe
Paula Radcliffe will compete in her final marathon in London in April, race organisers have announced.
Austria return for Ennis-Hill
Jessica Ennis-Hill is set to compete in her first heptathlon since striking gold in the London 2012 Olympics and becoming a mother when she heads to Austria at the end of May.
Branson staff rescue Ainslie
Four-time Olympic champion Sir Ben Ainslie needed to be rescued by staff from Richard Branson's Necker Island after his boat developed a problem while sailing in the Caribbean.
NBA: Cousins stars for Kings
Center DeMarcus Cousins scored 26 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for his 21st double-double of the season, leading the Sacramento Kings to a 103-84 victory over the fading Cleveland Cavaliers, who lost their season-high fifth consecutive game.
Boston to bid for Olympics
The US Olympic Committee has announced that Boston has been selected as the American candidate city to host the 2024 Summer Olympics.
UFC: Jones tests positive
Jon Jones has tested positive for cocaine and has checked himself into a drug rehabilitation clinic.
Quartet elected to Cooperstown
Randy Johnson, John Smoltz, Pedro Martinez and Craig Biggio have been elected to baseball's Hall of Fame.