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DeRozan fined for throwing ball at ref

San Antonio Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan has been fined $25,000 for throwing the ball in the direction of a referee - and inadvertently into the crowd - during Saturday's 117-103 loss to the Denver

Cullen relishes Leinster spirit

Leo Cullen praised Leinster's application after the defending champions swept aside Toulouse in a 30-12 Heineken Champions Cup semi-final win at the Aviva Stadium.

Nets GM suspended after refs incident

Brooklyn Nets general manager Sean Marks has been suspended for one game without pay and fined $25,000 for entering the officials' locker room after Saturday's Game 4 playoff defeat to the

Celtic title charge stalls at Hibs

Celtic may have to wait until the penultimate game of the season to seal the Scottish Premiership title after a 0-0 draw at Hibernian.

Hayward stars as Celtics complete sweep

The Boston Celtics completed a four-game sweep of the Indiana Pacers in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs, using key baskets from Marcus Morris and Gordon Hayward to hold on for a

Wasps, Lightning & Mavs all win

Wasps Netball, Loughborough Lightning, and Saracens Mavericks all recorded big wins in the Vitality Netball Superleague on Easter Sunday.

Liverpool keep solving problems

Liverpool showed patience and ingenuity to pass their Cardiff test and move back to the top of the Premier League table, writes Adam Bate. They are not going to relent so the pressure is on Manchester

PSG handed title without kicking a ball

Paris Saint-Germain clinched the Ligue 1 title without kicking a ball as second-placed Lille could only draw 0-0 at Toulouse on Sunday.

Emery defends 'consistent' Mustafi

Unai Emery jumped to the defence of Shkodran Mustafi despite the Arsenal defender's calamitous mistake against Crystal Palace.

Lancs edge Yorkshire in Roses thriller

Lancashire earned a nail-biting one-run victory over Yorkshire Vikings in the first battle of the Roses this season at Headingley.

Warnock: Salah's 9.9 dive 'like Daley'

Neil Warnock likened Mohamed Salah to Olympic diver Tom Daley after his "soft" late penalty sealed Liverpool's 2-0 victory at Cardiff.

Klopp: Half-time plot behind goal routine

Jurgen Klopp revealed a half-time plot was behind the training-ground move which led to Liverpool's first goal against Cardiff.

Goode: Saracens motivated by past hurt

Alex Goode says Saracens' last Heineken Champions Cup defeat a year ago helped "fuel the fire" for another concerted European title challenge.

Skelton brings up 200th winner

Dan Skelton became just the second National Hunt trainer in history to register 200 winners in a single season as Montego Grey won the Racing TV Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race at Market Rasen.

Palace punish calamitous Arsenal

Arsenal defensive frailties came back to haunt them as Crystal Palace dented their top four hopes with a 3-2 win at The Emirates.

Follow crucial Easter Monday EFL on Sky

There could be several promotions confirmed across the Sky Bet EFL on Easter Monday. Here is how you can watch and follow all the action on Sky Sports...

Silva: We must keep proving ourselves

Marco Silva says Everton were the better team "from the first minute until the last" as they thrashed Manchester United 4-0, but insists they must continue to prove themselves.

Liverpool see off Cardiff to go top

Liverpool returned to the top of the Premier League with a hard-fought 2-0 victory away at relegation-threatened Cardiff on Super Sunday.

Reality is Man Utd are not good enough

Manchester United's 4-0 defeat to Everton laid bare the scale of the problems facing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, writes Adam Bate.

Henderson defends Hawaii title

Brooke Henderson secured her eighth LPGA Tour victory after successfully defending her title at the Lotte Championship.