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Sports Night: Kings fall in Mexico City

Kings: Thomas hot vs. old team

Former King Isaiah Thomas blitzes Sacramento by scoring 19 of his 21 points in the first half in leading Boston to a 114-97 win Thursday in Mexico City. Rajon Rondo, meanwhile, gets ejected in the third quarter against his former team.

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On 49ers: Team needs coach to let loose

After the first drive of the season, the Jim Tomsula era looked as if it was going to be a blast. What happened? They got conservative. You’d think Tomsula, a man with a big personality and rich background, would be bolder, Matt Barrows writes.

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Prep football: Section finals primer

The Bee’s Joe Davidson breaks down the Sac Joaquin Section finals between Folsom and Elk Grove in Division I (Saturday, 6 p.m.) and Del Oro and Rocklin in D-II (Friday, 7 p.m.).

Voisin: Big things await UCD’s Berry

Nolan Berry is the highest-profile big-man recruit of the Aggies’ Division I era. The Butler transfer is also one of the most interesting players on the team, Ailene Voisin writes.

CIM: Blind runner driven to win

Chaz Davis and Folsom’s Michael Kinoshita on Sunday have the ability to be the first visually impaired relay team to finish the California International Marathon in under 2 hours, 30 minutes, an event coordinator says.

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