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Bank of Taiwan exit in close loss

By Jason Pan

Bank of Taiwan were eliminated from SBL post-season contention after a one-point loss to Kinmen Kaoliang at the Banciao Stadium in New Taipei City last night. The Bankers’ big Canadian center Liam McMorrow put up an attempted buzzer-beater when trailing by one at the end ofFULL STORY

O’Keefe’s 12 spin Australia to Test victory in India

Left-arm spinner Steve O’Keefe finished with 12 wickets yesterday to guide Australia to their first Test win in India since 2004. Their 333-run thrashing in the opening Test brought the home side’s 19-match unbeaten streak to a halt. The 32-year-old, who returned matching career-best figures of 6-35FULL STORY

Taiwan’s Lu upsets top seeds at Delray Beach

By Dave Carroll

Taiwan’s Lu Yen-hsun and Leander Paes of India stunned top seeds Bob and Mike Bryan to advance to the semi-finals of the doubles at the Delray Beach Open in Florida on Friday. ATP Tour veterans Lu and Paes, 33 and 43 respectively, completed a 7-6 (7/4),FULL STORY

Hurricanes begin defense by dismantling Sunwolves

The Wellington Hurricanes began the defense of their Super Rugby title in emphatic fashion yesterday. The New Zealand-based side scored four tries in the first 13 minutes and seven in the first half in a 13-try, 83-17 win over the Sunwolves at Prince Chichibu Memorial StadiumFULL STORY

Yani Tseng makes move, Yang leads at LPGA Thailand

Amy Yang of South Korea fired a 67 in round two and was 17-under overall when darkness stopped play at the LPGA Thailand yesterday, while Taiwan’s Yani Tseng went seven-under in her completed round three to move into the top 10 at the Siam CountryFULL STORY

Westbrook stars for Oklahoma

Russell Westbrook earned his 28th triple-double of the season as the Oklahoma City Thunder eased past the Los Angeles Lakers 110-93 late on Friday. Westbrook scored 17 points on four-of-17 shooting from the field to go with 17 assists and 19 rebounds at the Chesapeake EnergyFULL STORY

Snow volleyball seeks berth at Winter Olympics

Beach volleyball is moving to the mountains and swapping its sand for snow. A spinoff of the sun-splashed sport familiar to Summer Olympics fans and seaside frolickers, snow volleyball is spreading from the Alps to the Andes and making a run at the Winter Games. If allFULL STORY

A.B. de Villiers sets record

A record-setting innings by A.B. de Villiers set South Africa up for a resounding 159-run win in the third one-day international against New Zealand in Wellington yesterday as the visitors went 2-1 up in the series. It was an emphatic response by the world’s top-ranked ODIFULL STORY

Real Sociedad capitalize on blunder

Real Sociedad moved closer to a Champions League spot by defeating UD Las Palmas 1-0 after a blunder by the home side’s goalkeeper in La Liga action on Friday. Veteran midfielder Xabi Prieto scored the 74th-minute winner from just outside the area after Las Palmas’ GeronimoFULL STORY

Leicester’s decline does not tarnish an improbable title

By Paul Newberry

These are ugly times at Leicester City. The team heads into the weekend with a new manager and barely above the relegation zone in the Premier League, seemingly doing everything they can to eradicate whatever good vibes are left from their inspiring run to the championshipFULL STORY

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