Sarcasm can hide anger. If you need an example of that, DeMarcus Cousins provides one. Don’t be fooled. Losing to the Chicago Bulls 102-99 on Saturday stings. Especially when you consider that Cousins is called for a foul with 14 seconds left on Dwyane Wade’s dunk attempt.
LeBron James says his Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors aren’t rivals. Golden State’s Draymond Green disagrees. Indeed, it is the NBA’s hottest rivalry in years.
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Mark Davis’ plan is to exercise the lease option and have the Raiders play in the Coliseum until a Las Vegas stadium is constructed. If that happens, the team’s owner should be greeted with empty seats and urged to get out of Oakland – now.
The area’s top two ranked boys basketball teams, Sheldon and Woodcreek, are likely on a collision course in the playoffs. Also, Jesuit lost twice this week to rising programs, and Antelope survives in triple overtime.
Nick Hornsby scores 25 points, and Marcus Graves has a double-double (18 points and a career-high 13 assists) to lead Sacramento State past Montana 92-83 at The Nest.
California Chrome is the biggest winner at the Eclipse Awards, taking home three trophies celebrating his accomplishments in 2016 – including Horse of the Year for the second time.
Tim Lincecum couldn’t reestablish himself as a productive major-league pitcher with the Los Angeles Angels last season, but the two-time Cy Young Award winner with the Giants isn’t giving up on recapturing his previous form.
David Schlemko scores his second goal of the season with 3:42 remaining in overtime and the San Jose Sharks win their fourth consecutive game, beating the Colorado Avalanche 3-2 at The Tank.
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