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LeBron James has been named Sports Illustrated's best athlete in the world
NBA player Greg Oden has been arrested in Indiana on alleged battery charges

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Kevin Durant could be offered a $320m shoe deal with Under Armour

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Mammoth offer includes equity in the sportswear brand

Michael Monaghan has recovered from a calf injury and will be vital for Warrington on Saturday

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Becky Hammon has become the first full-time female coach in the NBA

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Hammon, who has spent 16 years in the WNBA, will be an assistant

Moore is in Spain training Matthew Macklin

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