San Antonio Spurs star guard Tony Parker has become the fastest NBA player to reach 1,000 career games. "To tell the truth, I did not even know it was my 1,000th game," Parker told AFP after the Spurs beat Miami Heat 91-85 on Tuesday to get within a win of a playoff place. Parker, 32, who has spent his whole NBA career at the Texas franchise, is the 114th player to join the 1,000 game club.
England fans were reportedly heard singing anti-IRA chants during the 1-1 draw with Italy in Turin, sparking fears of a repeat at their next match in Dublin this summer.
Stephen Simmons and Jon-Lewis Dickinson insist their clash on Saturday night will not go the distance as they meet at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle, live on Sky Sports 2.
Wounded Warrior has been left with top-weight after 45 horses were left in the BoyleSports Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse on Easter Monday following the latest forfeit stage.
Former Rangers winger Neil McCann says his old club are in the driving seat in the race for second place in the Scottish Championship and praised Stuart McCall for instilling confidence and a more tactical approach to the Ibrox side’s play.
Charlie Hills is heading straight to the 2000 Guineas with Acomb winner Dutch Connection and will then consider stepping him up in trip for the Betfred Dante at York on May 14.
Fleetwood technical director Gretar Steinsson has no desire to coach or manage, insisting he has already found his perfect role.
York boss Russ Wilcox has ruled out a recall for goalkeeper Jason Mooney ahead of Sunday's crucial clash with Cheltenham.
Willie Mullins has three entries in the Coral Scottish Grand National at Ayr, including last month's Cheltenham Gold Cup fifth On His Own.
Salford Red Devils are refusing to allow former player Gareth Hock to face them in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup.
Ian Bell has signed a new three-year contract with Warwickshire.
Northampton have confirmed George North will miss Saturday's European Champions Cup quarter-final at Clermont Auvergne after his latest head injury.
Brighton defender Adam Chicksen has extended his loan stay with Fleetwood and will spend the rest of the campaign at Highbury.
Neil McCann believes Scotland are in their best position in years to qualify for their first major tournament since the World Cup in France in 1998.
Suspended Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez will have his bowling action officially tested next week.
Jonjo O'Neill accepts it will be "a tall order" for the dream result of the soon-to-retire Tony McCoy partnering Shutthefrontdoor to victory in his last ride in the Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree on Saturday week.
Ribbons is just one of five Group 1 heroines to have been handed an entry for the Group 2 Betfred Middleton Stakes, which will be staged at York on Thursday 14 May.
Northampton manager Chris Wilder has confirmed that he will offer professional deals to two youngsters at the club.
Ramone is to be aimed at the Lanwades Stud Stakes at the Curragh on May 23 as long as conditions are suitable.
Clever Cookie is one of 27 horses given an entry for the £150,000 Betway Yorkshire Cup on Friday May 15.