ALAMEDA — A win at the Meadowlands is the only thing that can keep the Raiders’ playoff hopes alive.
ORACLE ARENA — A powerful Warriors surge erased a 27-point Toronto lead on the way to victory.
As Stephen Curry’s face showed on the jumbo screen, a power outage left Sleep Train Arena in darkness.
CANDLESTICK PARK — Colin Kaepernick was solid in the 49ers’ 23-13 win over St. Louis.
SAP CENTER — Saturday night wasn’t the prettiest game of the Sharks’ undefeated homestand.
Who would play if both 49ers QBs were injured? No, Jim Harbaugh can’t suit up.
SAP CENTER — The Sharks got on the board early then almost lost the lead in the third period.
The Raiders stepped on the Cowboys early only to be dominated when it mattered.
In 70 seconds in the third period, the Bulls saw the Condors flip a 2-1 deficit into a 4-2 lead.
Injuries and a suspension have put the young Warriors’ shortcomings on display.
The Raiders will be after their third Thanksgiving win, the last dating back to Nov. 28, 1968.
The Raiders have grown into a future contender, but key areas must still be addressed.
Colin Kaepernick’s most trusted target from last season is set to return.
Two struggling dual-threat quarterbacks faced off Monday night, and San Francisco’s Colin Kaepernick emerged victorious.
O.CO COLISEUM — The Raiders made one mistake too many in their 23-19 loss.
ORACLE ARENA — The Warriors fell apart after a third quarter brouhaha as Portland rolled to their 10th straight win.
The San Francisco Bulls continued their early-season tumble Saturday night, falling to the visiting Utah Grizzlies 3-0.
SAP CENTER — Tight defense took center stage in San Jose’s 2-1 win Saturday.
The Tennessee Titans travel to Oakland to face the 4-6 Raiders Sunday in what looks to be a high-scoring game.
COW PALACE — It all started with an Idaho goal 18 seconds into Friday night’s game.
SAP CENTER — Tommy Wingels notched two goals as the Sharks rolled Tampa Bay.
Raiders quarterback Matt McGloin has earned another start after leading Oakland to a 28-23 win over Houston.
The Grizzlies finished off a sweep of all four California teams with an 88-81 overtime win against the Warriors.
Tim Hudson joins a Giants rotation that includes All-Star hurlers Lincecum, Matt Cain and Madison Bumgarner.
Stephen Curry will not play tonight after getting his head smashed against the court Monday.
With the NFL doing all they can to revamp the game, the odds of a game being decided by a referee are increasing.
Oakland’s Andre Ward ended a 14-month layoff by dominating Edwin Rodriguez Saturday night.
Warriors center Jermaine O’Neal did not join the team for an NBA game Monday at Utah after having an MRI Sunday.
COW PALACE — The San Francisco Bulls came up winless in a three-game weekend homestand.
For the second game in a row, the 49ers offense failed to score with less than two minutes to go and the game on the line.
Raider Nation can rest a little easier after undrafted rookie Matt McGloin led the Raiders offense to a 28-23 victory.
Aside from Terrelle Pryor, the Raiders are finally getting healthy. And for Matt McGloin, the timing couldn’t be better.
Do running back injuries in the NFL boil down just to luck? I argue that you can forecast injuries to running backs.
ORACLE ARENA — Golden State outshined a struggling Utah Jazz Saturday in a wire-to-wire 102-88 blowout win.
ORACLE ARENA — The decision has been made. In the final seconds of a Warriors game, the ball will be in Andre Iguodala’s hands.
Though there’s a possibility Terrelle Pryor will start, it’s looking like Sunday will become a battle of backups.
ORACLE ARENA — The Warriors put on a clinic in ball movement in front of a sellout crowd Tuesday in their 113-95 win over the Pistons.
Despite struggling throughout, Nonito Donaire earned a ninth-round TKO win over Vic Darchinyan.
Strip away the extravagance of the home opener and you’ll notice: This isn’t the same Bulls team we saw last season.
Terrelle Pryor said his play was affected by the knee injury he suffered last Sunday and struggled through all week.
CANDLESTICK PARK — The 49ers’ quest for six straight sputtered Sunday.
The Oakland Raiders (3-5) travel to take on the New York Giants (2-6) to play a team that has struggled on offense.
As the fantasy football universe begins the home stretch, some teams are mortal locks for postseason glory,
Hazing at varying levels is common in all sports. But the Dolphins’ issues are twisted, unsettling and even confusing.
After the Raiders’ D.J. Hayden played the worst game of his young career, there was no sulking, no frown. Even a smile.
Entering the second half of the season, the 49ers now have arguably the NFL’s deepest roster.
A front-line receiver, linemen on both sides and a return man could take Oakland from 8-8 to 11-5 and the playoffs.
If you’re an Aaron Rodgers owner, I’m sorry. The situation is a fantasy football nightmare, plain and simple.
O.CO COLISEUM — Chip Kelly’s “blur” offense trampled the Raiders defense to a 49-20 victory.
SAP CENTER — Mike Smith turned away 48 of 50 Sharks shots, enough to defeat the Sharks 3-2 in a shootout.
ORACLE ARENA — Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry combined for 49 points to roll past the Kings Saturday night.
Sunday’s game should be full of excitement, as the Eagles defense has proven porous and forgiving.
For most, an NFL career lasts all of three years. But Raiders rookie Sio Moore seems to have other plans.
ORACLE ARENA — Klay Thompson knew he was on fire Wednesday night before the game even started.
Eagles coach Chip Kelly said he tried to recruit Terrelle Pryor to Oregon coming out of high school.
The 49ers will get more help in coming weeks from players coming off their own reserve lists rather than from another team’s roster.
As they tip off the 2013-14 NBA season tonight at home, Golden State is no longer the hunter, but the hunted.
Expect the 49ers to activate several players to the 53-man roster courtesy of their non-football injury lists.
From Joe Montana to Jaxson de Ville, the colors and clamor of NFL gameday rolled into London.
Gallery Joe to Jax.
During Sunday’s Raiders-Steelers tilt in Oakland, some angry birds were flying around the Raiders bench.
A play took place in the Pittsburgh-Oakland game that Mike Periera says crossed the line into unprofessionalism.
A 93-yard TD run from Terrelle Pryor helped lift the Raiders over the Steelers by a final score of 21-18.
In-your-face defense and a fierce rushing attack catapulted the 49ers to a 42-10 win over the Jaguars.
Now, the game everyone’s been waiting for — a Pac-12 showdown with Oregon — awaits.
Joe Montana ripped the city of San Francisco for making “a terrible effort” to keep the team in The City.
Warriors rookies Nemanja Nedovic and Ognjen Kuzmic got a special gift from veterans at open practice.
The 49ers should expect to reach the 30-point mark again versus the Jaguars’ 28th-ranked defense.
Raiders-Steelers clashes of the ’70s would make today’s NFL lawyers shake in their thousand-dollar loafers.
The Warriors have waived their three remaining training camp invitees, reducing their roster to 14 players.
Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor will take the field Sunday intent on defeating the team he grew up following.
ORACLE ARENA — Warriors coach Mark Jackson called two straight nights of sloppy basketball “unacceptable.”