Sports Night: Kings fall to streaking Warriors

Kings: Green’s triple double sparks Golden State past Sacramento

Draymond Green becomes the first Warriors player to post back-to-back triple doubles since Wilt Chamberlain in 1964, and the Kings, minus DeMarcus Cousins, were unable slow unbeaten Golden State, which rolled to its 18th consecutive victory, 120-101.

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49ers: Tight end Celek is the guy now

Garrett Celek, who went mostly unnoticed during his first three seasons with the 49ers, has emerged as the team’s top tight end.

Game plan: 49ers vs. Arizona

The particulars, five things to watch and the injury report for Sunday’s 49ers-Cardinals game.

Game plan: Raiders at Tennessee

The particulars, five things to watch and the injury report for Sunday’s Raiders-Titans game.


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Prep football: Folsom’s winning streak had humble start

Folsom High’s 2010 season-opening loss to Grant – on a live ESPN broadcast no less – set in motion the team’s rise to power. The Bulldogs revamped their program from that point, and now have won 43 consecutive games at home, and 29 overall.

College football: Stanford kicks past Irish

Stanford’s win sent the team to the Pacific-12 Conference final against USC.

College football: Goff, late FG lifts Cal over Arizona State

Jared Goff throws five touchdown passes (and for a record 542 yards) and Matt Anderson’s 26-yard field goal as time expires lifts the Bears.

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