SANTA CLARA — Monday’s media day saw the debut of Portuguese winger Yannick Djalo.
The all-time home run leader reported to the Giants Spring Training camp on Monday.
SCOTTSDALE — Mike Morse has already made quite an impression on Giants fans.
SANTA CLARA — Manager Mark Watson is building a San Jose Earthquakes team that wants to win right now.
ORACLE ARENA — The Warriors won their fourth-straight game Sunday 113-107 over Phoenix.
JANE WARNER MEMORIAL PLAZA — San Francisco’s nude activists got naked again Saturday.
SURPRISE, Ariz. — Are we witnessing the revival of Tim Lincecum at Spring Training?
ORACLE ARENA — Golden State finished off Atlanta with a 14-0 fourth quarter run to pull ahead by 22.
SAP CENTER — Big hits and offensive firepower led the San Jose past Pittsburgh 5-3.
TURLOCK — The San Jose Earthquakes closed out preseason with a 2-0 win over Sacramento.
SAP CENTER — The Sharks haven’t beaten Carolina in San Jose since 2005.
A group of strangers tumbled out of sleep into a drizzly San Francisco morning.
Perhaps still fuming after Team USA’s Sochi stumble, Joe Pavelski netted a hat trick to restart the season.
The most recent subway delay has stirred Supervisor Scott Wiener to convene a hearing.
StartupBus brings strangers together to develop startup concepts on a multi-day road trip.
ORACLE ARENA — With their starting bigs out, the Warriors put their faith in Jermaine O’Neal.
AQUATIC PARK — Nearly 800 Special Olympics supporters took an icy dip.
ORACLE ARENA — The Warriors and Rockets battled to the game’s final moments — and beyond.
HAAS PAVILION — Mike Montgomery had no answers as UCLA completed the season sweep of his Golden Bears.
SACRAMENTO — No Andrew Bogut. No DeMarcus Cousins. Still plenty of action.
A proposed two-year budget from the SFMTA could bring more service — but at a cost.
The San Francisco Giants want to leave 2013 in the dust and get back on track for the playoffs.
BURTON HIGH SCHOOL — Screaming high-schoolers cheered a star-filled reward for community service.
ORACLE ARENA — Yet another clutch shot from LeBron James sealed the Warriors’ fate.
The SFMTA topped all City departments in overtime costs at $48 million in the 2012-13 fiscal year.
Four Sharks standouts will don their native colors this week in the Sochi Winter Olympics.
ORACLE ARENA — Leading by as many as 49, the Warriors handed the 76ers a 123-80 beating.
O.CO COLISEUM — Coco Crisp told fans Saturday why he returned to the A’s.
Gallery A’s Fan Fest.
SAP CENTER — The Sharks beat Columbus 3-2 as the NHL heads to a 20-day Olympic break.
CITY HALL — A “soda tax” tax may splash into The City thanks to an impending ballot measure.
CITY HALL — The building at Page and Masonic will provide 17 units for the developmentally disabled.
ORACLE ARENA — A second quarter surge ignited the Warriors’ 102-87 victory over the Bulls.
Despite a series of meltdowns this week, service on Muni’s subway system is getting better.
SAP CENTER — The goals were few amid solid defense Wednesday night.