Sports Night: Cousins hurt in Kings loss

Kings: Cousins leaves Clippers loss early

The Kings know they’re in for treacherous times when DeMarcus Cousins is on the bench – even just for a half. Saturday reminded them just how tough it is when he exited at halftime with a sore Achilles’ tendon. The Kings lose to the Clippers 114-109.

Ailene Voisin: Willie Cauley-Stein goes Superman

The Kings’ first-round draft choice leaves his mark on Friday’s win over the Lakers.

Kings notes: Cousins stirs up Clippers fans

Hate is a such a strong word. So no wonder Clippers fans are mad at Kings center DeMarcus Cousins.

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Prep football: Vote for Player of the Week

Who will it be? Deshawn Collins of Grant? Robert Holt of Monterey Trail? Gerrett Robbins of Bradshaw Christian? Owen Scott of Placer? Jonah Wehrli of Rocklin? You have until noon Thursday to vote.

Prep football: Sac High wins Metro title

No. 11 Sacramento High hammers No. 12 Burbank 56-20 to win its first league championship since 1992 and just its third since 1972.

Prep notes: Former section commissioner honored

The Sac-Joaquin Section office in Lodi is named for former commissioner Pete Saco.

49ers: Rams’ Gurley will be a handful

Rams running back Todd Gurley is the first rookie since 2005 to rush for at least 125 yards in his first three starts. Will he make it four in a row against the 49ers on Sunday?

49ers: Aussie Hayne waived

Former rugby star Jarryd Hayne is waived by the 49ers on Saturday to create room for running back Kendall Gaskins, a practice squad player. Hayne could be added to the 49ers’ practice squad, but he first must pass through waivers.


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World Series: Royals capitalize on error to go up 3-1

The Kansas City Royals rally for three runs in the eighth inning after second baseman Daniel Murphy’s error and startle the New York Mets 5-3 for a 3-1 lead in the World Series. The Royals post their seventh postseason comeback win this October. Now, one more victory in November will clinch their first crown since 1985.


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