Stephen Curry Q&A: Star on his quirks

OAKLAND, Calif. - Stephen Curry does preposterous, astonishing, prodigiously valuable things on a regular basis, and he does a lot of quirky little things, too. The quirky things just as regularly, or even more so. Read more

Top dogs have little to fear

Do you think Seattle, Green Bay, New England and Denver were sweating over anything they saw on this wild-card weekend? Well, other than the sight of New Jersey Gov. Read more

Time for change for S.F. Giants

The Giants have won a lot of games and had some great celebrations with Tim Lincecum as their starting pitcher. They've won many, many games and won two titles with Buster Posey as their mainstay catcher. Read more

Athletics' Colon may not be in imminent danger

Bartolo Colon is not Alex Rodriguez, he definitely is not Ryan Braun, and for very pragmatic reasons, the Athletics should be relieved by that. There are other broader worries for everybody, of course. Read more

A little advice for NFL shoppers

There are no LeBron James-magnitude free agents in the NFL, although if James wanted to play football, he probably would be the exception. If any mortal could chase down Colin Kaepernick in full gallop, I would put my money on LBJ. Read more

Giant moments to remember

Moment No. 1: Tim Lincecum, standing just inside the Giants' bullpen fence, looking like a kid next in line for the greatest roller coaster ride ever invented. Dying to get in to pitch against the Reds in the fourth inning of NLDS Game 4. Read more

Giants have backs against the wall

SAN FRANCISCO - The San Francisco Giants are going quickly, quietly, meekly and confusingly. They are going, going, going and they probably aren't coming back. Read more

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