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Adelaide unable to upset under-pressure Melbourne despite having some chances – AFL

Adelaide unable to upset under-pressure Melbourne despite having some chances

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Matty Johns: The ‘player of the next decade’ who will overtake Storm and Chooks – Fox Sports

It’s been a big year for the Panthers.

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Theyve won the minor premiership, are on track to break a 61-year record this weekend and could secure the clubs third premiership.
Now, Matty Johns has declared they can overtake the Storm as the form club of the next decade and that gun halfback Nathan Cleary will be right at the centre of it.
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NBA: Former Cairns and Brisbane import Torrey Craig has gone from the NBL to guarding LeBron James in the NBA playoffs – NEWS.com.au

NBA: Former Cairns and Brisbane import Torrey Craig has gone from the NBL to guarding LeBron James in the NBA playoffs

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Former Brisbane and Cairns import forward Torrey Craig was in the process of becoming an Australian citizen before the Denver Nuggets came knocking in 2017.Now he is guarding the world’s best player, LeBron James, as he aims to make the NBA Finals with the Nuggets.
Craig’s Denver outfit take on the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals on Friday from 11am (AEST).
The Nuggets trail 2-1 in the series, but they possess belief after securing a dominant 114-106 victory in Ga…

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Jack Watts’ debut “one of the great ‘thrown to the wolves’ stories I think I’ve seen” – SEN

Dermott Brereton reflects on Melbourne’s mismanagement of a young Jack Watts.

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With former number one draft pick Jack Watts announcing his retirement on Thursday, Dermott Brereton has looked back on his AFL debut, saying he was thrown to the wolves by Melbourne.
Watts first took the field on Queens Birthday against Collingwood in Round 11 of 2009, finishing with eight disposals and one mark.
The game is remembered for the Magpies players targeting of an 18-year-old Watts physically and verbally, as Collingwood crushed the Demons by 66 points.
Brereton believes Melbourne…

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