Sacramento’s four-game winning streak is halted Wednesday at Oracle Arena after the Warriors outscored the Kings 42-15 in the third quarter to coast to victory.
The Kings have played the last four games with Darren Collison as their only healthy point guard, and their wing depth has thinned out with injuries. DeMarcus Cousins has been the key, carrying the team on many nights while others have grown into bigger roles by necessity.
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A balanced effort helps McClatchy defeat host Sacramento 65-52 on Wednesday. The teams finish the regular season 13-1 in Metropolitan Conference play to share the league title.
Four Sacramento-area football players will be among the 330 invitees to the NFL combine, which will be held Feb. 28 through March 6 in Indianapolis.
With Santiago Casilla, who is returning to his original team after spending seven years with the Giants, Sean Doolittle, Ryan Madson and John Axford, the A’s have four back-of-the-bullpen arms who have combined for 389 major-league saves.
Jonathan Huberdeau scores 1:38 into overtime after San Jose’s Joe Pavelski scored twice late in the third period to tie it, and Jaromir Jagr has an assist for his 1,900th NHL point as the Florida Panthers beat the host Sharks 6-5.
Former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar tells the mixed martial arts promotion that he is retired from competition.
It’s not a done deal, but former UFC champion Georges St-Pierre could be headed back to the octagon, according to reports.
President Donald Trump will not fill out a bracket on ESPN for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament in March. Barack Obama did one every year he was in office.
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