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Robbie Rogers became the first openly gay pro athlete to play in a major US league when he made his debut Sunday.
A throng of players offered support for Jason Collins after the veteran center made the landmark revelation that he is gay.
One California senator is gambling that legalizing sports betting in the state would be a win-win for all.
The Sharks had a miserable month of February, losing 10 of 12 games including a heartbreaking loss to their long-time nemesis, the Detroit Red Wings, 2-1 in a shootout.
The Sharks got a three-game homestand started right by outlasting the Colorado Avalanche 3-2 in a shootout.
The short-sleeved Warriors shut down the Spurs for the first time in more than five years, winning 107-101 in overtime.
Warriors big man Andrew Bogut did not practice Thursday and will not play Friday against the Spurs due to an unidentified back injury.
At long last, the Warriors are finally back in the win column beating the lowly Phoenix Suns, 108-98 in front of another sellout crowd at Oracle Arena.
The Warriors are home in the Bay Area for a two-game homestand before embarking on another five-game road trip.
It only took 17 days, but at least one Bay Area team no longer has a Super Bowl hangover.
Milos Raonic wins his third straight SAP Open title in the 125th and final year of the long-running Bay Area tennis tournament.
The Warriors don't have much to brag about after the first two days of the 2013 NBA All-Star Weekend.
It's the second oldest American tennis tournament after the US Open. And after 125 years, the curtain is coming down on the SAP Open.
The Warriors will go into the All-Star break on a season-high five-game losing streak after falling to the Rockets 116-107 Tuesday night.
The Kings franchise may soon be dethroned, a sad ending for a city that has seen tremendous growth since the team arrived in 1985.
The Sharks played the best team in the league tough, but the Blackhawks — with some help — remained unbeaten in regulation.
Coming off their four-game road trip, the Warriors will not play point guard Stephen Curry as he rests his sprained right ankle.
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver issued an apology regarding his anti-gay comments he made earlier this week.
A bill neutered by the Assembly only requires stadiums to post numbers for fans to call or text if violence erupts.
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