Sports Night: LeBron confronts racism

Voisin: How James confronts racism could be another crowning moment

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James addresses the suspected hate crime vandalism at his Los Angeles home a day before facing the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals.

Kings: Bell’s defense, toughness qualities team needs after roster shakeup

The Oregon forward was the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year and could help the Kings in areas where they’re lacking. He worked out for the team Wednesday.

Kings mock drafts: Sacramento could select a Kentucky guard, but which one is unclear

Some mock drafts have the Kings selecting Kentucky guard De’Aaron Fox. If he’s off the board, Fox’s Wildcats teammate Malik Monk could be in play.

Republic FC: With U.S. Open Cup win, Sacramento prepares to host MLS team

Sacramento beats Reno 1868 FC 2-0 in a third-round Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup match and will host MLS’ Real Salt Lake on June 14 at Papa Murphy’s Park.

Giants: Scherzer strikes out 11 in 5-hitter as Nationals complete sweep

Max Scherzer strikes out 11 in a five-hitter and the Washington Nationals beat the host Giants 3-1 Wednesday night to complete a three-game sweep.

A’s: Manaea, Pinder key in victory over Indians

Sean Manaea allows three hits in seven innings, Chad Pinder homers twice and drives in all three Oakland runs as the A’s defeat the host Cleveland Indians 3-1 on Wednesday.




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49ers: Robinson barks at practice; defensive coordinator likes the ‘dog’

A rookie last year, the cornerback is now “the older guy in the room” on the 49ers, who have seen a lot of turnover at the position.

Stanley Cup Final: Penguins take 2-0 series lead with win over Predators

The defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins need just over three minutes at the start of the third period to turn a taut Game 2 into a runaway, beating Pekka Rinne three times in a 4-1 victory over the visiting Nashville Predators on Wednesday night.

NCAA baseball: Dillon, lover of outdoors, has Sacramento State ready for Stanford

Hornets ace Justin Dillon lives to be outdoors – hunting, fishing, hiking, pitching – and vows to end his senior season strong in Stanford Regional.

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