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The talents of Duke freshman Zion Williamson have not gone unnoticed by his future NBA opponents including Golden State Warriors center DeMarcus Cousins.
WWE is in the midst of a major roster shakeup, as a second wave of NXT wrestlers are being called up to RAW and SmackDown.
As the NBA Playoff stretch run gets under way, the Warriors hope to fend off the Nuggets and Thunder as they eye another NBA Finals.
Former president Barack Obama and Warriors star Stephen Curry spoke at a huge town hall in Oakland to empower boys and young men of color.
With the NBA Playoffs two months away, the Bucks, Raptors, Celtics and 76ers all have a legitimate shot at making the NBA Finals.
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The Kings are looking to make the postseason for the first time in more than a decade, while the champs hope to maintain its solid play for the final stretch of the season.
Warriors center DeMarcus Cousins explains his issues with the NCAA
Free agent reliever Nick Vincent has signed a minor league deal with the Giants after a challenging offseason.
George Shinns visit to Candlestick Park in August 1992, when it seemed the Giants might move to Florida, was met with chants, signs and a plane towing a banner.
As early as today, or as late as who-knows-when, Oakland-based U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken will rule on the latest momentous challenge to the NCAAs economic model: The Alston case.
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The San Jose State Spartans dropped their 16th straight loss of the season against the Colorado State Rams Wednesday night, with a final score of 91-70.
Colin Kaepernick is standing tall and making headlines again, but not for kneeling. The NFL has finally come to terms and made a deal with Kaepernick. If everything runs according to plan, he will play again, ending the nearly two-year
While many people think tall basketball players can only shoot down low or dunk, San Jose States 6-foot tall forward Cydni Lewis proves all the naysayers wrong.
Spartan basketball fans looking to play or watch other students play a pickup game can at the Sports Club in the Event Center.
Scream, shout, jump and drum. San Jose State alumnus, Krazy George Henderson has engraved his name in the world of cheer.
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