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The Golden State Warriors are looking serious about building a new basketball arena on San Francisco’s Pier 30-32. On Monday the team released images of what the arena would look like along with some specifications. The Warriors announced their intention to move across the Bay in May, to the dismay of Oakland leaders. The owners […]
Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Lindsey Graham…Which Candidates Did Owners of Bay Area Sports Teams Support?
Tonight the San Francisco Giants will take the field against the Los Angeles Dodgers in what could be a bitter battle for first place in the National League West. Off the diamond, however, some in the teams’ front offices are on the same side – at least when it comes to politics. Giants Chairman Emeritus […]
TORONTO (AP) Jeremy Lin made a tiebreaking 3-pointer with less than a second to play to cap his finishing flurry of six straight points, and the New York Knicks rallied to beat the Toronto Raptors 90-87 Tuesday night, extending their winning streak to six games. The NBA’s first American-Taiwanese player, Lin had 27 points and […]
Some numbers: 25, 28, 23, 38, 20. Those are the scoring totals that point guard and erstwhile NBA reject Jeremy Lin racked up each of his last five games — all wins — while playing for the New York Knicks. Before that, Lin, a Palo Alto native waived by the Warriors last year and cut […]
Warriors…come out to play. Yesterday, Golden State introduced its top-three draft picks: Klay Thompson Jeremy Tyler, and Charles Jenkins. CSN Bay Area has much video up, including this conversation with No. 1 pick Klay Thompson and his father, former NBA player Mychal Thompson.
Update 8:06 p.m.: Make that 10 in a row for the A’s. Earlier post The Oakland A’s were edged out by the Baltimore Orioles last night, 3-2, the team’s ninth consecutive loss and — not coincidentally — Bob Geren’s last game as the team’s manager. Worst losing streak in team history? Nope. The Chronicle’s Susan […]
The team announces that Smart “will not be retained.” The Golden State Warriors have informed Head Coach Keith Smart that he will not be retained for the 2011-12 season, the team announced today. Smart, who was named head coach of the Warriors on September 27, 2010, led Golden State to a 36-46 record during the […]
San Bruno blast: Federal hearings could affect laws (San Francisco Chronicle) Federal investigators will convene an extraordinary, three-day public hearing this week on the deadly natural gas blast in San Bruno – an inquiry that could affect pipeline safety laws in California and around the nation. The fact-finding hearing, which starts Tuesday in Washington, D.C., […]