The Warriors rested only one player last night who otherwise could’ve been active. It wasn’t Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green or
It’s time for Version 3.0 of my 2016 San Francisco Giants Opening Day roster projections, and there are changes since last time!
Admit it. You expected the Warriors to fall behind by 15 in the second quarter and pull their starters. Wait, that was
In other words: Broncos, Browns and Jets don’t want Kap that badly and the 49ers don’t want him to go to the
The Cardinals traded for Chandler Jones yesterday. If you aren’t familiar with Jones, he’s the guy who ended up in the hospital
The Oakland Raiders are one of the teams that have been extremely active early in free agency. And unlike in recent years,
@weddlesbeard we alll waitinggggggg — Bruce Irvin (@BIrvin_WVU11) March 10, 2016 @weddlesbeard come join this party you and the beard! we bout
Just to clarify before we get into today’s version of “the 49ers are treading water in a feces-laden duck pond,” we don’t
That boredom phase sure didn’t last long. The Warriors have largely been carried by Steph Curry since the All-Star break, and on
If the #Broncos lose QB Brock Osweiler, expect them to come after QB Colin Kaepernick. That appears to be their backup plan.
Between the team’s never-ending road trips, and having to monitor every other squad in the league as part of my duties to
It’s gotten to the point where no second half deficit seems to matter, as long as the Warriors kept the game close
ESPN’s John Clayton was on Chad, Joe and Lo this morning, and “The Professor” explained why the 49ers might hold onto Colin
This is probably overkill, since I devoted a lot of last night’s recap to Draymond Green already. But after waking up this
NBA teams aren’t supposed to care this much. Not during the regular season, when games supposedly can be ignored until the final
The term stopgap often carries a negative connotation with it, but it should be the Raiders’ theme to free agency, which begins