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The Nets are trying to copy the Warriors, as a basketball team and a business. Then there’s Kyrie Irving

This month, the sports world has watched Steph Curry lead the Warriors to a fourth NBA title and watched Kyrie Irving lead the Nets into chaos. The NBA has for years increasingly devoted itself toward player empowerment, and the Nets have leaned into that trend as much as any team in the league. But they’re also serving as a cautionary tale of what player(s) to empower. That shift to a culture of player empowerment allowed the Nets to land superstars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving as a free-agent package deal in June 2019. Since then, Nets owner Joe Tsai has been intent on...
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Police arrest suspect in San Francisco train shooting

SAN FRANCISCO — Police announced, Friday, that they have arrested a suspect in this week’s fatal shooting of a man on a San Francisco subway commuter train. Javon Green, 26, was arrested, Thursday, in Pittsburg, a city about 40 miles east of San Francisco, after police released a still photo from surveillance video of a man they described as a person of interest and asked anyone with information to contact authorities, said Officer Kathryn Winters, a spokesperson with the San Francisco Police Department.

UPDATE: SFPD releases photos of suspect in fatal SF Muni Metro shooting

SAN FRANCISCO -- Police in San Francisco on Wednesday are searching for the gunman in fatal shooting on a Muni Metro train that shut down service between the Castro and West Portal stations for hours.The SFMTA Twitter account posted shortly after 10 a.m. that police activity was causing Muni Metro delays at Castro Station. Shuttle buses provided service between West Portal and Embarcadero stations.There were initial Citizen app reports of a possible shooting on a Muni Metro train, but at the time, San Francisco police not confirmed any details regarding the police activity.San Francisco District 7 Supervisor Myrna Melgar later...

NBA World Reacts To Ayesha Curry's Parade Outfit

On Monday, the Golden State Warriors held their championship parade in the streets of San Francisco. Fans quickly noticed that Ayesha Curry was sporting a unique look. Ayesha was wearing what appeared to be a dress made of Steph Curry's jersey. We've seen Ayesha wear Steph's jerseys in the past,...

Danville police searching for group of armed robbers after gunfight with witness

DANVILLE (CBS SF/BCN) - A gunfight in Danville Tuesday between would-be robbers and a witness prompted police to search for multiple suspects, according to a news release issued Tuesday by the Danville Police Department.Officers responded to a 5:48 p.m. report of shots fired on Hartford Road in Danville between Rutherford Drive and Camino Amigo.Police said several suspects armed with handguns attempted to rob four people who had just arrived in a vehicle parked in the 200 block of Hartford Road.Gunfire was exchanged between the suspects and a neighbor who witnessed the incident. The suspects fled the scene and no injuries were reported.The suspects are at large and the investigation is continuing by Danville Police and the Crime Lab of the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff.Anyone with information on this incident is asked to call Detective Dan Lynch at (925) 314-3711.

49ers Star Makes Opinion On Trey Lance Very Clear

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Trey Lance is generating a lot of buzz this offseason, but make no mistake, he won't be asked to do everything for the team. 49ers defensive lineman Arik Armstead made that very clear during an appearance on The Jim Rome Show. "I'm expecting great things from...

California father, son identified in fatal rafting accident

BELLINGHAM, Wash. - A 55-year-old California man and his 10-year-old son were identified as the victims who died in last week’s fatal rafting incident on the Nooksack River. John Coleman of Berkeley, California, and his son died when they were swept downriver after a raft overturned on the North Fork of the Nooksack River Tuesday, June 14, the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office told The Bellingham Herald in an email.

The economic case for abortion rights

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Meet the newly crowned ‘World’s Ugliest Dog!’

The “World’s Ugliest Dog” has just been crowned at the Sonoma Marin fair grounds in Petaluma, California. NBC’s Kerry Sanders was at the competition to judge some of the competing pets and meet the world’s ugliest pooch.June 25, 2022.