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  • Paul George reminds Pacer fans what they are missing. PG13 secured the road win from the FT line, then proceeded to tell the crowd to shh after they had hurled boos at him all night 🤫. . . . Repost: @bleacherreport #NBA #Basketball #ThunderUp #OKC #Thunder #PG13
  • As we gear up for the third Test between Australian Cricket Team and England Cricket in Perth today, Throwback Thursday relives an infamous Ashes moment at the WACA from the 1994/95 summer. Steve Waugh became just the second batsman in Test history to be left stranded on 99* after twin brother Mark (who was a runner for No.11 Craig McDermott) was ridiculously run out. . . . #Cricket #Ashes #AUSvENG #ThrowbackThursday #TBT #Flashback
  • Darren Albert will forever be remembered as the scorer of  @NRLKnights' last-second try in the 1997 grand final triumph over Manly – but the snowy-haired winger may not have even had the opportunity to etch his name into premiership folklore had it not been for an astonishing defensive play a week earlier in the prelim final against Norths. . . . #NRL #RugbyLeague #Throwback #Flashback #GoKnights #Newcastle #WW #WindbackWednesday
  • Happy retirement to Matt Barnes... . . . Repost: @bleacherreport: #NBA #Basketball #BlackMamba #KobeBryant #MattBarnes
  • The round of 16 #ChampionsLeague draw. How’d your team go??? . . . Repost: @championsleague #UCL #ChampionsLeague #championsleaguedraw #UCLDraw #Football
  • @BenSimmons literally walks into a nasty reverse dunk as the Pelicans totally forget how to play defence. . . . Repost: @nbaonespn #NBA #Basketball #76ers #Dunk #HereTheyCome #Content
  • This week we take a look at one of the all-time great NRL comebacks, produced by the @ManlySeaEagles at the Broncos’ expense late in the 1999 season.Defending premiers Brisbane had overcome a dreadful start to the season, along with the shock retirement of linchpin Allan Langer, to piece together an incredible 11-match winning streak.The Broncos, who fielded 10 Origin players and another four tyros that would go on to represent, arrived at Brookvale Oval confident of extending it to a club record 12 against a Sea Eagles side that was languishing in 12th place and only weeks away from engaging in an ill-fated merger with North Sydney.When Michael De Vere crossed in the 50th minute, the Broncos led 26-4 and a landslide seemed inevitable. But the Sea Eagles, who still boasted the likes of Terry Hill, Geoff Toovey, Cliff Lyons, Nik Kosef and Steve Menzies in their line-up, staged a phenomenal turnaround.Tries in the 57th, 67th and 73rd minutes trimmed the hefty deficit to just six points, before Hill scored a mind-blowing 65-metre individual try with less than five minutes on the clock.Winger Brendon Reeves than nailed the conversion from the sideline to snatch a scarcely believable 26-all draw. . . . #NRL #Flashback #RugbyLeague #GoManly #Brookvale #Throwback #FBF
  • It's been way too long since we frothed over Stephen Larkham's brilliance, so here's one of his best for the @Wallabies for Throwback Thursday, a 70-metre solo effort against France in 2005.Freakishly gifted, Larkham’s deft ball-playing skill and elusive running were unique. This gem comes from the latter stages of his 102-Test career for Australia – a spectacular 70-metre solo try against Les Bleus in Brisbane in 2005. . . . #Wallabies #Rugby #AUSvFRA #WorldCup #TBT #ThrowbackThursday #Flashback #Throwback #RugbyUnion
  • @Tim_Cahill Happy birthday for yesterday legend!! . . . #TimCahill #Socceroos #GoSocceroos #WorldCup #FIFA #FIFAWorldCup #Goal #Flashback #Throwback

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