ALAMEDA — “Just win, baby.” Al Davis said it in the ’70s, expressing what he wants from his team.
ALAMEDA — Justin Tuck is one of eight new players brought in during the offseason.
The San Jose Sharks are 6-1 all-time when they take a two-games-to-none series lead.
O.CO COLISEUM — Dan Straily just wasn’t feeling it Monday. All it took to see it was one pitch.
LEVI’S STADIUM — The 49ers allowed media and VIPs to trample a sliver of their brand-new field.
STAPLES CENTER — The Clippers shut down Golden State in a humbling 40-point blowout.
SAP CENTER — Team Teal’s depth shined through in a massive come-from-behind victory.
O. CO COLISEUM — Jesse Chavez tossed six innings with six strikeouts in the A’s 4-1 victory.
STAPLES CENTER — In the end, it came down to free throws and fouls. Plenty of them.
OAKLAND — If Christmas Day is any indication, NBA fans are in for a huge first-round treat.
BART riders got a first look this week of one of the transit agency’s new trains.
SAP CENTER — San Jose held on to emerge victorious over the SoCal visitors 6-3.
AT&T PARK — Dodgers left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu four-hit the Giants Thursday afternoon.
AT&T PARK — Hector Sanchez didn’t start Tuesday’s game. But he finished it.
SAN JOSE — Apple and Samsung are back for the third week of their software patent trial.
The parallels between the Edward Snowden case and The Burglary by Betty Medsger can’t be ignored.
ORACLE ARENA — The Warriors roared back from 19 down to notch their 50th win.
The distaste between the Sharks and Kings surpasses the usual NorCal-SoCal rivalry.
Leave it to the Orange & Black to switch things up and make it extra tough to win ballgames.
SANTA CLARA — Chris Wondolowski’s header equalized the match and saved a point.
SAP CENTER — A clutch Rattlers touchdown sent the SaberCats to their third straight loss.
SANTA CLARA — With two weeks off to get healthy, winless San Jose faces Columbus Sunday.
The debate over housing in San Francisco spilled into the Board of Supervisors chambers.
24 pedestrian and bike safety projects are scheduled for completion in the next 24 months.
SAP CENTER — Alex Stalock was a brick wall in the Sharks’ raucous 5-1 victory.
ORACLE ARENA — Instead of clinching the playoffs, the Warriors squandered a 20-point lead.
With just five games left for the Warriors, the playoffs are right around the corner.
SAN JOSE — Apple presented evidence Monday related to software patents at issue.
ORACLE ARENA — Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combined for 64 points in a blowout.
SAP CENTER — Any emotion that fueled the Sharks past the Kings was absent Saturday.
The old adage of “pitching wins baseball games” seems to not apply to the 2014 Giants.
Warriors assistant Darren Erman was fired Saturday for unspecified violations of team policy.
SAP CENTER — Friday night against the Spokane Shock was like watching a bad rerun.
ORACLE ARENA — Golden State’s NorCal rival Sacramento Kings showed up with nothing.