Friday, October 19, 2012

Stephen Curry Injures Ankle .... Again .... in Golden State Warriors Preseason Game

Stop me when you have heard this before.

Stephen Curry hurt his .......

Too easy.

Curry rolled his surgically repaired ankle in a preseason game on Friday night in Portland and did not return.

He played in just 26 games last season because of the fragile ankles his career has seemed to be plagued with.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

San Jose Sharks Take To Twitter Explaining Reality of NHL Lockout

If you have not noticed, the players are not happy with the current situation of the NHL lockout.

With commissioner Gary Bettman and the NHL offering the NHLPA a 50/50 revenue split on Wednesday, the concern turned to the players and why they had not accepted an offer they have stood by for the entirety of the whole ordeal.

Ryane Clowe and Logan Couture were quick to explain the reality of the situation via Twitter Thursday.

Residents Against Warriors' San Francisco Arena Plans, Project's Cost Revealed, etc.

A big week for the Golden State Warriors' proposed San Francisco arena was followed by some expected backlash.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

49ers' New Santa Clara Stadium A Finalist For Super Bowls 50 and 51

With the blueprints for the San Francisco 49ers' new stadium in Santa Clara came the promise of a Super Bowl at the location in the near future.

Sure enough, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced on Tuesday that San Francisco was a finalist for Super Bowl 50 in 2016.

Golden State Warriors Unveil New San Francisco Arena Images

The Golden State Warriors gave the public the first detailed glimpse at what the proposed new arena in San Francisco will look like.

Candlestick Park Stabbing: Police Arrest Involved 49ers Fans

If the fans of Candlestick Park did not have a bad reputation already, they do now.

Police have arrested the two men involved in a stabbing outside Candlestick Park before the 49ers vs. Giants game on Sunday.

Friday, October 12, 2012

NLCS: Giants announce Bumgarner, Vogelsong Starters in Games 1 and 2

 It was not long after the St. Louis Cardinals came from well behind the Washington Nationals to win Game 5 of the NLDS that Bruce Bochy and the San Francisco Giants announced their first two starters of the NLCS.
            The Giants were presumably docked in Cincinnati waiting to know where they would be playing in the NLCS.
            They found out they would be heading home to start the series on Sunday.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

49ers’ Brandon Jacobs Frustrated in San Francisco?

Now would be the time for Brandon Jacobs to inquire about his playing time.
            He is set to go up against his former team -- a team he won the Super Bowl with last season, and the same team he was released by in the offseason.
            However, Jacobs has not touched the field in the 2012 regular season with the 49ers.
            If you ask head coach Jim Harbaugh, he would say that Jacobs has battled some injuries and the team wants him to be 100%.
            But anyone with a logical bone in their body knows that Jacobs is ready to go and could have played in any of the last three weeks’ games if he had to.

San Francisco Giants: Taking A Look at the Starting Rotation in NLCS

The San Francisco Giants became the first team in MLB history to claim victory in a five-game series by winning three straight games on the road, and now the waiting begins.
            If the Nationals take down the Cardinals at home in Game 5 Friday night, then the Giants will travel to Washington D.C. to play the first two games of the series.
            If St. Louis takes down the Nationals, then the Giants start at AT&T Park in front of a home crowd ready to welcome home a team they never saw win in the 2012 NLDS.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

San Francisco Giants: Bochy Shows Support For Alex Smith, 49ers

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith was originally fined $15,000 by the NFL for wearing a San Francisco Giants hat during Sunday's postgame press conference, following the 49ers' victory over the Detroit Lions.

Smith's fine of $15,000 was rescinded, and the NFL instead gave a warning to the 49ers quarterback.