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Rockets' Jason Terry Looking To Haunt Warriors In Western Conference Finals

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Historically, the Warriors have filled opposing NBA rosters with all-star players.

Their bad trades were comically bad.  Robert Parrish stands front and center, along with the draft pick that became Kevin McHale, who just happens to be the Rockets head coach. 366 more words

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Tiger Woods Pens Encouraging Letter To Young Boy Being Bullied

(CBS SF) — Tiger Woods might be struggling in his golf game, but what he recently did for a 12-year old boy was, in my opinion, the equivalent of winning a major golf tournament. 199 more words

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Warriors Vs. Grizzlies Game 4: Kerr Wins This Round Of The Chess Match

(CBS SF) – In chess, an unexpected move is called a Zwischenzug.  And Steve Kerr is the grandmaster.

The jumpers fell for the Warriors and they did not for the Grizzlies.  272 more words

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Raiders Select Amari Cooper With 4th Pick In NFL Draft

(CBS SF) – With the fifth pick in the 2015 NFL draft the Oakland Raiders select Amari Cooper, a wide receiver from Alabama.

The Raiders drafted a position of need and they scored with Amari Cooper. 136 more words

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SF Opposition To Warriors Arena No Surprise In 'City That Can't'

KPIX 5 Sports Anchor Dennis O’Donnell offers his unique commentary on the Bay Area sports scene:

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – Build it and they will come. 454 more words

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San Francisco Giant Madison Bumgarner Fires Back At Nats Pitcher Over Designated Hitter Suggestion

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — I’m starting a new website called LetMadbumhit.com.

The Giants ace likes to take his hacks and took umbrage at Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer who suggested the designated hitter be applied in both leagues after Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainright suffered a season-ending rupture of his Achillies’ tendon during an at-bat. 362 more words

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Surging Dodgers Were Just The Right Medicine For Struggling Giants

Whoever said games don’t matter in April wasn’t at AT&T Park the past three days.

The flailing, bumbling, stumbling Giants decided June came early. They had lost eight  in a row, were 4-10 with Matt Cain and Hunter Pence on the bench, and Pablo in Beantown and hardly looked the part of a defending World Series champion. 290 more words

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