Perhaps the biggest surprise about Trainwreck is that US basketball sensation LeBron James can act. He's not the only basketballer to stretch his talents off court, but he is the most successful.
The Sydney Kings will begin their NBL campaign with three home games.
Jon Tuxworth Australian Opals coach Brendan Joyce says Canberra Capitals youngster Steph Talbot is "absolutely" in the mix to feature at next year's Olympics, branding her "the prototype athlete".
Tom Decent The Sydney Kings have signed No.45 NBA draft pick Marcus Thornton for the forthcoming 2015-16 National Basketball League season.
Rising star Ben Simmons will be a major drawcard when the Sydney Kings host Louisiana State University next month.
Owen Roberts Nick Kyrgios has shown off his much admired skills on a different court, spectacularly dunking a basketball while preparing for Australia's Davis Cup tennis tie with Kazakhstan in Darwin.
NBA Finals foes Andrew Bogut and Matthew Dellavedova will team up to lead a strong Australian Boomers squad on a four-game tour of Europe to prepare for the 2015 FIBA Oceania Championships.
Jon Tuxworth A big performance from teenage prospect Bul Kuol and a Ben Allen double-double helped Canberra Gunners register a solid 92-83 win over Sandringham Sabres at Belconnen on Friday night. Still just 18, Kuol racked up 20 points while Ben Allen contributed 16 points, 22 rebounds and five assists. The Gunners based their seventh win of the season around a dominant 36-15 third quarter, and nailed 24 free throws from 27 attempts. The Canberra Capitals Academy also triumphed, led by massive displays from skipper Kristen Langhorn (26 points, 10 rebounds, four assists) and Julia Forster (24 points, 15 rebounds, nine assists) and 12 bench points from Molly McPhee.
Linda Pearce Many sportswomen's career prospects evaporate when their waters break, and countless others delay parenthood in the first place, for fear of the selection consequences.