Thursday, May 24, 2012

Jon Beason Responds to 49ers QB Alex Smith's Comment on Panthers' Cam Newton

San Francisco 49ers' quarterback Alex Smith may have barked up the wrong tree when he took his stance on the yards per game category in the NFL.  It was not his stance on the subject that was the problem, but who he cited as the main culprit of the statistic.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Golden State Warriors: Check Out the New San Francisco Arena Images


Golden State Warriors Moving to San Francisco: Many Promises But Far From Done Deal

It was quite a scene at Piers 30/32 on Tuesday at the Golden State Warriors press conference.  They did, in fact, announce they have intentions of building a state-of-the-art arena on that land, and they committed to the date of the 2017-18 season for which the project would be hopefully completed.

Monday, May 21, 2012

Golden State Warriors Schedule Tuesday Press Conference To Announce Move To San Francisco

The Golden State Warriors have scheduled a press conference Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. presumably to announce the team's relocation to San Francisco in time for the 2017-18 NBA season.

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Golden State Warriors' Move To San Francisco Makes Joe Lacob Ownership A Success

The re-location out of the Oakland has begun, and surprisingly the Golden State Warriors are the first Oakland-based team to do it.  According to the San Jose Mercury News, the Warriors have finalized a deal that will relocate them from one of the oldest arenas in the NBA (Oracle Arena) to a state-of-the-art arena in San Francisco by the 2017-18 NBA season.

Report: Golden State Warriors Moving To San Francisco By 2017

According to @GSWFastBreak, the Warriors have finalized plans to move from Oakland to San Francisco in 2017. The move would provide the Warriors with a brand new, modern, multi-use arena on Pier 30/32 that would be utilized not only for basketball but other various events. The privately funded arena — assuming all goes smoothly — would cut the tape before the 2017-2018 season.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

San Francisco Giants: Time to Re-Sign Melky Cabrera?

The topic has been brought up on sports talk radio and has been speculated over the past couple weeks, but when is the time to re-sign team stand-out Melky Cabrera?

The overall consensus would be that the Giants would love Cabrera back with the team next season.  He is getting paid $6 million this season and will be a free agent after 2012, which means the Giants need to act quick if they want to lock up their seemingly only productive hitter for multiple seasons.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

MLB Trade Rumors: San Francisco Giants in Running to Land Kevin Youkilis?


Thirty games into the MLB regular season, and we are already talking about possible trades occurring.  However, the way this season has gone for many teams, it was bound to happen eventually.  The Boston Red Sox and San Francisco Giants are two teams many saw taking this road, and it is only fitting they become rumored together.

San Francisco Giants: Which Pitcher Do They Start If They Had to Win One Game?


Oddly enough, this topic would never come up with a 15-15 record and concerns about defense and hitting, but the fact is that the tide on the mound is turning in San Francisco.  Not at the plate -- the lack of production and runs scored seems to be the only thing manager Bruce Bochy can count on these days.  But the best pitcher on one of the best rotations in the MLB has somewhat of a conflict at the top, and that is the best possible thing the Giants can hope for right now.

Thursday, April 26, 2012

2012 NFL Draft: Breaking Down the San Francisco 49ers' Selection of A.J. Jenkins

Jim Harbaugh and GM Trent Baalke were not kidding when they said they had one player in mind at the 30th overall pick in the NFL Draft.

No one was going to take A.J. Jenkins before the 30th overall pick on Thursday night.

Was it a reach to take Illinois wide receiver Jenkins with a first round pick?

Golden State Warriors: Taking A Look At Their 2012 Offseason Goals

It has been quite a season for the Golden State Warriors.  Entering the 2011-12 season, they had a motivated owner in Joe Lacob, a young coach in Mark Jackson, talented assistant coaches and a moderately talented team on the court.