OAKLAND — If Christmas Day is any indication, NBA fans are in for a huge first-round treat.
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.
ORACLE ARENA — The Warriors roared back from 19 down to notch their 50th win.
The San Francisco 49ers are having an offseason that they would love to forget.
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.
AT&T PARK — Matt Cain bounced back, but the Giants’ bats couldn’t muster any run support.
SANTA CLARA — With two weeks off to get healthy, winless San Jose faces Columbus Sunday.
AT&T PARK — Madison Bumgarner’s arm was good. His bat, though, was great.
SAP CENTER — Alex Stalock was a brick wall in the Sharks’ raucous 5-1 victory.
49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick tweeted Friday that TMZ “makes things up.”
ORACLE ARENA — Instead of clinching the playoffs, the Warriors squandered a 20-point lead.
Police are investigating an incident involving booze, weed, a woman and three NFL players.
With just five games left for the Warriors, the playoffs are right around the corner.
Former Warrior Mitch Richmond and NBA star Alonzo Mourning are headed to the Hall.
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.
The Sharks 2-1 victory over the Kings could be a sneak-peak of an enthralling first-round playoff series.
Though his stats may not show it, the tape says Antonio Smith is a constant threat.
From relative nobody to starting pitcher for the Oakland A’s, Sonny Gray has come a long way.
O.CO COLISEUM — The A’s closed their first series by letting Cleveland escape with a 6-4 win.
CONCACAF fined Toluca $5,000 for filming a closed Earthquakes training session in Mexico.
O.CO COLISEUM — Freshly-arrived A’s lefty Scott Kazmir didn’t try to over-do things.
The Sharks roared back from behind to finish off the lowly Edmonton Oilers 5-4
Despite being cut by the 49ers — a perceived cap casualty — Carlos Rogers says he isn’t mad.
O.CO COLISEUM — The Oakland A’s had plenty of opening day firsts Monday — including first loss.