The Kings boast an All-Star in DeMarcus Cousins while the Minnesota Timberwolves have one of the league’s rising stars in Karl-Anthony Towns. Both play center with skills that allow them to do more than just play around the rim.
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After beating the Jacksonville Jaguars in Florida last weekend, the Raiders went to Sarasota instead of returning to Northern California. Spending a week at a Ritz-Carlton Hotel was not only a time for the Raiders to work together, but also to continue bonding as team before playing Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
First-round pick DeForest Buckner is going through expected growing pains but shows signs of being an excellent defensive lineman. The 49ers’ other draft picks are off to a more staggered start.
Corey Kluber pitches six solid innings on short rest for another win, Jason Kipnis hits a three-run homer in his hometown and the Cleveland Indians beat the Cubs 7-2 in Chicago on Saturday night to take a 3-1 lead in the World Series. One more win and the Indians will win their first championship since 1948.
Cal Poly scores six second-half touchdowns and rushes for 527 yards in a 59-47 win over host Sacramento State. Mustangs quarterback Dano Graves, the former Folsom High star, throws three touchdown passes. Isiah Hennie has three touchdowns for the Hornets, including a school-record-tying 90-yard punt return.
With the high school football regular season winding down, The Sacramento Bee takes a peek at the top players, themes, coaches and more. The best players haven’t necessarily been skill players and streaks, good and bad, have defined the season.
Joe Pavelski and Tommy Wingels score 17 seconds apart and San Jose beats the Nashville Predators 4-1 on Saturday night in a rematch of last season’s seven-game, second-round playoff series won by the Sharks.
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