- Thunder's Durant hurt as Warriors rally to 114-109 win
- Tennyson, Goodrow lead Sharks to 4-3 victory
- Report: A's trade Norris to Padres for pitching
- Raiders defense depleted by injuries during season (w/video)
- Harbaugh mum on Michigan report (w/video)
- Two All-Empire Players of the Year have moved on, but Santa Rosa, now an underdog in NBL girls basketball, still expects to win.
- Scooby Wright, the former Cardinal Newman star, now a sophomore linebacker at Arizona, is the only defensive player on various Heisman Watch lists.
- Here's a humble hypothesis why the Niners didn't give Ray McDonald due process the second time around: Because they don't need him.
Two All-Empire Players of the Year have moved on, but Santa Rosa, now an underdog in NBL girls basketball, still expects to win.
Warriors rallied from an early 17-point deficit to beat Oklahoma City 114-109 on Thursday night after Thunder star Kevin Durant left with a sprained right ankle.
49ers coach is declining to respond to reports that he is weighing an offer to become the new football coach at his alma mater.
Team has had to piece together their defense on the fly because of a litany of injuries.
Benefield: Santa Rosa girls basketball looks to reload
Unexpected might be the best way to describe these new Panthers.
Stanford absorbed its first regular-season, non-conference loss to an unranked foe since 2000 on Wednesday night.
The revamping A's made yet another trade of a star player this offseason.
Jim Harbaugh: I'm going to finish this until the end.
Here is the transcript of Jim Harbaugh’s Thursday press conference, courtesy of the...
- Greg Roman: A San Diego Chargers defense, I think one of the first things that jumps out at you is how much energy they play with. They play with a lot of energy.
- Report: Jim Harbaugh considering offer from University of Michigan
- Trent Baalke: We're not going to rubber stamp this decision going forward in saying that every time a situation like this occurs, this is exactly how we're going to act.
- Colin Kaepernick: This is an organization. It's a franchise. You want to have a high standard and we do around here.
Here's a humble hypothesis why the Niners didn't give Ray McDonald due process the second time around: Because they don't need him.