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June 14, 20090

Lakers finished Magic in the second quarter

The Lakers won the NBA championship in the second quarter tonight, thanks to a three from Trevor Ariza in the second quarter.

June 10, 20092

Recap of the busiest Tuesday ever

I don’t know if I can remember a Tuesday filled with more sports activity than what we had yesterday, and to top

June 10, 20091

Montana chooses Washington

For the University of Washington, firing Ty Willingham and replacing him with Steve Sarkisian is already paying huge dividends. Nick Montana, son

June 05, 20090

Fantasy ball don’t lie

How bad is the Giants’ offense? Here’s a little fantasy baseball story that’ll tell you. I have Chris Volstad of the Florida

June 04, 20090

Score one for the Western Conference

It was never this easy against the Nuggets. No way they’d miss so many open shots. It was never this easy against

June 04, 20090

10 reasons why either the Magic or Lakers will win the NBA Finals

Yeah, I know. I’m going out on a major limb here with that headline, but rest assured the NBA Finals prediction you

June 03, 20090

Our server = Bob Howry

For all of you who’ve been wondering why your favorite Bay Area sports blog has been running a little slow lately (or

June 02, 20090

NBA Tuesday: Jameer Nelson’s comeback

Of the four NBA teams I saw in person this year, the Orlando Magic were by far the best. Sure, two of

June 01, 20090

MLB Monday: Trading Holliday

One doesn’t have to be Billy Beane to figure out why everyone’s speculating on where Matt Holliday is going to be traded.

June 01, 20090

MLB Monday: Aurilia buys some time

Were you one of those people who smiled and cringed at the same time when Rich Aurilia hit that home run yesterday?

May 31, 20095

“Life of Brian” play-by-play…um, yeah

For reasons I’m still not yet sure of, I decided to watch Comcast Bay Area’s “Life of Brian,” the new reality show

May 30, 20091

Sorry Unit, No. 300 doesn’t excite me

On August 7, 2004, I was present for Greg Maddux’s 300th win at Mays Field. As far as milestones go, it was

May 29, 20090

Not exactly the Nuggets’ finest hour

Can’t say I saw that one coming. You probably can’t, either. Based on the Lakers’ pattern coming into tonight’s Game 6 at

May 29, 20091

A peek inside Warrior headquarters

(Inside the office of Warriors President Robert Rowell, who’s alternately staring at and kissing a 8×10″ framed photo of Don Nelson on

May 28, 20090

Did Kobe finally learn his lesson?

Desperate times call for desperate measures, and for Kobe Bryant last night that meant passing. In his postgame interview with ESPN’s Doris

May 28, 20090

Aaron Rowand obviously reads BASG

Before my week-long tour of Southern California, I declared that Aaron Rowand’s contract was actually even worse than Barry Zito’s. That was

May 27, 20094

Quietly, Tim Lincecum is better than ever

Sports Illustrated recently called Zack Greinke the best pitcher in the game. Johan Santana’s dominance is again paying dividends. Teammate Matt Cain

May 26, 20090

NBA Tuesday: David Stern’s worst nightmare

David Stern probably woke up at 4 am this morning in a cold sweat. Nike is rapidly putting together a Carmelo Anthony

May 22, 20091

On L.A. radio, the sky is falling

Besides Damon Bruce and Mychael Urban, this site probably doesn’t have a lot of fans at KNBR 680. Ours is probably the

May 20, 20090

It’s Official: A is worse than Z

I watched every pitch of tonight’s Giants/Padres game, and I didn’t even get a Patrick Misch bobblehead. And damn it, I deserved

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