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Monday, January 22 through Sunday, January 28, 2018
Issue No. 208
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| Sports radio station KNBR 680 AM held a live remote from Haas Pavilion, prior to the Cal Bears v. Arizona Wildcats game on Wednesday night, with radio hosts John Lund (center) and Tom Tolbert (right). Tolbert (Mr. T.) was a member of the Arizona Wildcats basketball team from 1986 to 1988 and followed up with a seven-year NBA career, which included three years with the Golden State Warriors, under former head coach Don Nelson. Tolbert remains an enthusiastic Wildcats fan. Photo by Ron Sellers.
San Francisco Giants
The Oakland A's 2018 FanFest will be held this coming Saturday, January 27 in Jack London Square from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission is free, as well as many of the activities, including autograph and photo sessions. New this year are even more autograph sessions!
Many A's players, alumni, coaches, and broadcasters are scheduled to appear, including Bob Melvin, Ryan Christenson, Matt Williams, Darren Bush, Scott Emerson, Marcus Jensen, Al Pedrique, Paul Blackburn, Mark Canha, Matt Chapman, Daniel Coulombe, Ryan Dull, Dustin Fowler, Daniel Gossett, Kendall Graveman, Chris Hatcher, Liam Hendriks, Jed Lowrie, Sean Manaea, Matt Olson, Emilio Pagan, Yusmeiro Petit, Chad Pinder, Stephen Piscotty, Boog Powell, Marcus Semien, Blake Treinen, and Andrew Triggs.
A's alumni who are scheduled to appear include Vida Blue, Dallas Braden, Ray Fosse, Rickey Henderson, Carney Lansford, Terry Steinbach, and Blue Moon Odom.
For more information, visit
. Reprinted courtesy of the Oakland Athletics.
San Jose Sharks 2 v. Pittsburgh Penguins 1
Sharks goalie Aaron Dell uses his mask to make one of his 31 saves during San Jose's 2-1 victory. Dell won the next night as well at Anaheim during the back-to-back starts with injured starter Martin Jones out.
Photo by Rich Yee.
San Jose's Tomas Hertl (48), Justin Braun (61) and defense partner Marc-Edouard Vlasic wrestle with Pittsburgh's Evgeni Malkin during a scrum in front of the Sharks' net.
Linesman Shane Heyer tries to get to the bottom of a post-whistle scrap between the Sharks and Penguins during San Jose's one-goal victory on Saturday.
Photo by Rich Yee.
California Golden Bears 73 v. Arizona State Sun Devils 81
Cal senior Marcus Lee (24) slams down two of his game-high 23 points on an evening when the Golden Bears would fall to the No. 16-ranked Arizona State, 81-73, in a Pac-12 conference game at Haas Pavilion. Lee scored Cal's first seven points.
Photo by Ron Sellers.
The Golden Bears
(7-13, 1-6 Pac-12)
collected seven blocked shots on the night, as Cal center Kingsley Okoroh (22) rejected point guard Remy Martin (1). The Sun Devils
(15-4, 3-4 Pac-12) led by 16 points late in the first half, then regained control after the Bears climbed to within 65-60 with just under six minutes left.
Photo by Ron Sellers.
Six foot, one-inch Sun Devil guard Tra Holder (0) meets the knee of seven-foot, one-inch Cal center Kingsley Okoroh (22) and is sent sprawling. The 81-73 loss was Cal's sixth straight. The Bears next head south to meet the UCLA Bruins on Thursday night at 7:30 p.m.
To view a full photo album, visit our Facebook Page and be sure to LIKE us or visit www.ultimatesportsguide.com and click Facebook Posts on the Home Page, then Basketball. Photo by Ron Sellers.
Stanford Cardinal 86 v. Arizona State Sun Devils 77
Stanford's star forward Reid Travis (22) was boxed out of the action by Arizona State forward Romello White (23) and guard Kodi Justice (44) during the Cardinal's home game against the No. 16-ranked Sun Devils on Wednesday evening, Jan. 17. Final score:
USF Dons 80 v. Pepperdine Waves 73
USF (11-10, 3-5 WCC) guard Frankie Ferrari scored 22 points and added six assists as the Dons defeated the Pepperdine Waves
(3-17, 0-8 WCC)
in a WCC conference match-up,
USF freshman Jamaree Bouyea hit three consecutive 3-pointers to give the Dons a
half lead they wouldn't relinquish. Bouyea finished the game with 13 points
Saint Mary Gaels 74 v. Gonzaga Bulldogs 71
Senior Jock Landale scored 26 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Saint Mary's Gaels to an 74-71 upset over No. 13 Gonzaga in Spokane, WA on Thursday, Jan. 18. The Gaels followed up their win with a victory at Pacific on Saturday, upping their win streak to 14 and leaving them in sole possession of the lead in the WCC conference. The above photo from their game v. San Diego on Jan. 6.
Photo by Darren Yamashita.
Monster Energy AMA Supercross
Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, returns to the Bay Area at the Oakland Alameda Coliseum on Saturday, Feb. 3 for the fifth round of the season. The first Oakland Supercross was held in 1979. With the recent retirement of 3-time champion Monster Energy Supercross Champion Ryan Dungey, there will be a new champion crowned for the first time in the premier 450SX class. Photo credit: Feld Entertainment.
2018 will mark the second consecutive year that the event will be held during the daytime. Pit Party/Gates open at 9:00 a.m., Opening Ceremonies at 3:30 p.m. and Racing begins at 4:00 p.m. Photo credit: Feld Entertainment.
Several formats changes have been made in 2018 to create the most competitive season in the sports history, including a new points system and the elimination of semi races, giving the riders just two opportunities to qualify for the Main Event. Tickets start at just $15 and can be purchased online at ticketmaster.com or by visiting the Stadium Box Office. Fans can simply bring a recycled Monster Energy can for FREE access to the Pit Party where they can get unprecedented access to the sports biggest stars. Photo credit: Feld Entertainment.
Stanford Cardinal v. Arizona State Sun Devils
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California Golden Bears 58 v. Arizona Wildcats 79
Cal freshman starter Justice Sueing (10) leaves his Arizona defender, Deandre Ayton (13), the Pac-12 leading scorer entering the game, airborne while driving for two of his 19 points. But it would not be enough as the Golden Bears fell to the No. 14-ranked Arizona Wildcats, 79-58, on Wednesday evening, Jan. 17, at Haas Pavilion. Ayton led all scorers with
Multiple players follow the elusive ball
as Cal senior forward Marcus Lee (24) scoops up the prize. The Bears (
scored the first six points of the game but Arizona (
15-4, 5-1 Pac-12)
recovered from a slow start to pull away in the second half.
Cal's Marcus Lee (24), from Antioch, used his 6-11 height to shoot over Wildcat defender Deandre
yton (13). Lee finished with four points. Contributing to Cal's low point total was a dismal 3-point shooting night, in which they shot 1-of-13. Arizona connected on 11-of-19.
USF Dons 62 v. Santa Clara Broncos 65
Santa Clara guard KJ Feagin (10) scored 23 points to lead the Broncos to a 65-62 road victory over the USF Dons at War Memorial Gym on Thursday evening, Jan. 18.
San Jose Earthquakes
| The San Jose Earthquakes announced that the club has signed United States Youth National Team midfielder Eric Calvillo (cal-VEE-oh) to a multi-year contract. Calvillo, who turned 20 earlier this month, represented the U.S. at the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup."Eric is a player that we have identified as a highly talented prospect," said Earthquakes general manager Jesse Fioranelli. "With a significant amount of professional and youth national team experience at just 20 years old, we believe our club can support his development as he takes on MLS. After three signings from our USL affiliate and now Eric from the NASL, we remain fully committed to scouting, signing and developing high-potential players from all corners of American soccer." For more information, visit www.sanjoseearthquakes.com. Reprinted courtesy San Jose Earthquakes.
| Sonoma Raceway race fans can now secure tickets for NASCAR, NHRA and INDYCAR. Fans looking to rev up their new year are in luck, as Sonoma Raceway has opened its ticket office for the 2018 race season. Tickets for major events at the Northern California racing facility include the Toyota/Save Mart 350 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (June 22-24), Toyota NHRA Sonoma Nationals NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series (July 27-29) and Grand Prix of Sonoma Verizon IndyCar Series season finale (Sept. 14-16). Sonoma Raceway will again offer its Buy Early and Save options in 2018. By purchasing tickets well in advance of NASCAR, NHRA or INDYCAR, fans can secure the best seats at the best prices. Call 800-870-RACE (7223) or go online to www.SonomaRaceway.com/events or ticketmaster.com. Reprinted courtesy Sonoma Raceway.
2 Minute Warning with Danielle Alvari
2 Minute Warning with Danielle Alvari -- Danielle
turns her keen eye on the world of sports in her weekly updates. Delivered with fervor and charm, her show on YouTube offers a look at the quirks and appeals which makes sports so special. In Danielle's thirty-sixth episode, she
talks about the wild Clippers vs. Rockets game and the teams remaining in NFL playoffs.
Top 20 all-time quarterbacks
I have been watching pro football games since the 1940s, so I don't come lightly to the heady assignment of choosing the top 20 quarterbacks of all-time.
Since the assignment is something I've given myself, I get to set the conditions of selection. They are that you don't have to throw the most touchdown passes in history, or win the most Super Bowls, or have the most National Football League Most Valuable Player trophies in your den to rank No. 1 on the list. Some quarterbacks I've picked didn't have the advantage of playing on dynasties, which aren't always quarterback influenced, like the Minnesota Vikings' defensive Purple People Eaters.
I do place credence on quarterbacks having influenced dynasties, but I place greater emphasis on quarterbacks, regardless of the talent around them, cutting your heart out in the final minutes of a tight football game. Hey, it's all subjective.
So, with that in mind, here is my Top 20, in numerical order:
1. Joe Montana: You want to win a football game, you say? Then Montana is the master. No one was more cool than Joe Cool, who was the passing half of The Catch and who delivered a last-gasp Super Bowl drive of the ages. No quarterback found more ways to defeat an opponent.
2. Johnny Unitas: Johnny U was an incredible force in the 1950s and 1960s, with a gifted passing arm that buried opponents, including the New York Giants as the Baltimore Colts won the NFL's first overtime championship game behind Unitas' high-topped shoes leadership.
3. Tom Brady: OK, start complaining, but Brady, although a singular force of nature, is surrounded by the greatest dynasty ever. Yes, he delivers brilliantly in the clutch, but he is a club-footed runner unlike the more athletic Montana and Unitas. But Brady could be my No. 1 pick in two more years.
4. Otto Graham: He is a forgotten figure, but in 10 seasons with the Cleveland Browns, in the All-America Football Conference and NFL, he reached the league championship games 10 times. Ten for 10, who does that? And he was a dangerous runner.
5. John Elway: The golden arm. He could go right or left, and he'd throw a 50-yarder right on the money. A great athlete who might have been a baseball all-star if he hadn't opted for football, since he signed contracts in both sports.
6. Dan Marino: A passing machine. He carried the Miami Dolphins to respectability on his right, throwing shoulder. He compiled passing numbers that seemed astronomical at the time.
7. Aaron Rodgers: His placement seems rather high at the mid-point of his career, but he can make any kind of pass and he has made the limited Green Bay Packers more successful than they deserve. And he is an extremely clever runner.
8. Roger Staubach: What he accomplished with the Dallas Cowboys, after a post-Annapolis military career, is nothing less than extraordinary. He'd knock off opponents in the fourth quarter, then salute them.
9. Sammy Baugh: In the 1930s and 1940s, he led the NFL in passing, in punting, and in making interceptions on defense, all with the Washington Redskins, for whom he played in three decades. No one like him.
10. Terry Bradshaw: He was a total gamer, and at his very best after halftime. Who else has made an "immaculate" pass in football? Tremendously accurate, especially on third-and-long.
11. Peyton Manning: He made two franchises, Indianapolis and Denver, whole with his beautiful touch. If he could run like his father, Archie, he would have ranked higher on this list.
12. Bobby Layne: The best of the gunslingers. He would imbibe too much on Saturday night, then bury teams on Sunday afternoon. He was a storybook figure, Ken Stabler before Ken Stabler.
13. Fran Tarkenton: He brought scrambling to the NFL with the, then, horrible Minnesota Vikings. Watching defenses chase him from one sideline to another, without catching him, was pure art form.
14. Joe Namath: He threw too many interceptions, but he'd win regardless because he was unstoppable for 60 minutes, which Baltimore found out against the heavily underdog New York Jets in Super Bowl III. Broadway Joe was something special.
15. Dan Fouts: You couldn't hold him off. He seemed to be falling down when clumsily dropping back to throw, but then he'd throw a beauty of a pass to ruin Chargers' opponents post-game showers.
16. Ben Roethlisberger: Spelling his last name is easier than trying to conquer Big Ben. He's also bigger than life, keeping the Pittsburgh Steelers as a playoff contender beyond their wildest expectations.
17. Brett Favre: Bobby Layne's protege as a gunslinger, though often too quick on the trigger at throwing interceptions. But, then, he would turn around and hurl one into the end zone to snatch victory from the grasp of defeat.
18. Norm Van Brocklin: Maybe the meanest of quarterbacks. He'd punch you in the mouth, then pull your tongue out if you left him time on the clock to deliver a knockout punch. Not always likable, even by teammates, but a winner.
19. Warren Moon: He had to go to Canada before the NFL would take him, and he then proved the talent scouts wrong by amassing Pro Football Hall of Fame passing numbers. Some Moon shot.
20. Drew Brees: "Too short," he heard skeptics say as an NFL rookie, but he will stand shoulder to shoulder with the passing greats when his career is over.
Like I said, it's all subjective.
Dave Newhouse's journalism career spans more than half a century, including 45 years at the Oakland Tribune before his retirement in November 2011. His twelfth book, co-authored with Eddie Hart, was published in July and is available in book stores and on amazon.com: Disqualified: Eddie Hart, Munich 1972, and the Voices of the Most Tragic Olympics. Dave grew up in Menlo Park, graduated from San Jose State, and has radio and television experience, in addition to his work as an award-winning sportswriter and columnist.
Sports Star -- Ali Bamberger
Carondelet-Concord - Basketball - Junior
| Ali Bamberger, a 6-foot-3 post, scored 21 points and added 10 rebounds to help lift Carondelet to a 67-56 win over host Miramonte-Orinda during the Elite Is Earned New Year's Showcase on Jan. 6. The win was the third straight for the Cougars, who remained at No. 8 in the SportStars NorCal Top 20 after the victory over the No. 10-ranked Matadors, who dropped to 10-4 with the loss. It's been quite a season for the Bamberger household so far. While Ali has helped propel Carondelet to a strong start, her dad Eric has coached the Clayton Valley-Concord boys program to a stellar 14-0 start and the No. 10-ranking in the Boys NorCal Top 20 as of Jan. 6. Credit: SportStars Magazine.
WEEKLY SPORTS CALENDAR
Monday, January 22 through Sunday, January 28, 2018
Monday, January 22
Sacramento Kings @ Charlotte Hornets, 4 p.m.
Tuesday, January 23
Golden State Warriors v. New York Knicks, 7:30 p.m.
Sacramento Kings @ Orlando Magic, 4 p.m.
San Jose Sharks v. Winnipeg Jets, 7:30p.m.
San Jose Barracuda @ Texas Stars, 5:30 p.m.
Holy Names (M) v. San Francisco State, 7:30 p.m.
Fresno State (M) BB v. UNLV, 8 p.m.
Wednesday, January 24
Stanford (M) BB @ USC, 6 p.m.
San Jose State (M) BB @ Boise State, 8 p.m.
San Jose State (W) BB v. Boise State, 7 p.m.
UC Davis (W) BB v. Cal State Fullerton, 7 p.m.
Fresno State (W) BB @ UNLV, 6 p.m.
Thursday, January 25
Golden State Warriors v. Minnesota Timberwolves,
Sacramento Kings @ Miami Heat, 4:30 p.m.
San Jose Sharks v. New York Rangers, 7:30 p.m.
San Jose Barracuda @ San Antonio Rampage, 5 p.m.
Cal (M) BB @ UCLA, 7:30 p.m.
Saint Mary's (M) BB v. BYU, 8 p.m.
Santa Clara (M) @ San Diego, 7 p.m.
USF (M) BB v. Pacific, 7 p.m.
Sonoma State (M) BB @ Cal State San Marcos, 7:30 p.m.
Holy Names (M) BB v. Biola, 7:30 p.m.
UC Davis (M) BB v. CSUN, 7 p.m.
Saint Mary's (W) @ BYU, 6 p.m.
Santa Clara (W) BB v. San Diego, 7 p.m.
Pacific (W) BB v. USF 11 a.m.
Sonoma State (W) BB @ Cal State San Marcos, 5:30 p.m.
Holy Names (W) BB v. Biola, 5:30 p.m.
Friday, January 26
Stockton Heat @ Texas Stars, 5:30 p.m.
Cal State East Bay (M) BB v. Cal Poly Pomona,
Cal (W) BB v. Arizona, 7 p.m.
Stanford (W) BB v. Arizona State, 7 p.m.
Cal State East Bay (W) BB v. Cal Poly Pomona, 5:30 p.m.
Warriors v. Boston Celtics, 5:30 p.m.
San Jose Barracuda @ San Antonio Rampage, 5 p.m.
Stockton Heat @ Texas Stars, 5 p.m.
Stanford (M) BB @ UCLA, 7:30 p.m.
San Jose State (M) v. Wyoming, 2 p.m.
Saint Mary's (M) BB v. Portland, 8 p.m.
Santa Clara (M) BB @ Pepperdine, 3 p.m.
USF (M) BB @ Gonzaga, 5 p.m.
Pacific (M) BB @ BYU, 6 p.m.
Sonoma State (M) BB @ UC San Diego. 7:30 p.m.
Saint Mary's (W) BB @ Portland, 2 p.m.
San Francisco State (M) @ Stanislaus State, 7:30 p.m.
Cal State East Bay (M) BB v. Cal State San Bernardino,
UC Davis (M) BB v. Cal Poly, 5 p.m.
Sacramento State (M) @ Portland State, 1:05 p.m.
Fresno State (M) BB v. Utah State, 4 p.m.
Santa Clara (W) BB v. Pepperdine, 2 p.m.
USF (W) BB v. Gonzaga, 2 p.m.
San Francisco State (W) BB @ Stanuslaus, 5:30 p.m.
Pacific (W) BB v. BYU, 2 p.m.
San Jose State (W) @ Wyoming, 2 p.m.
Cal State East Bay (W) BB v. Cal State San Bernardino,
Sonoma State (W) BB @ UC San Diego. 5:30 p.m.
UC Davis (W) BB v. UC Santa Barbara, 2:30 p.m.
Sacramento State (W) BB v. Portland State, 1:05 p.m.
Fresno State (W) BB @ Utah State, 1 p.m.
Sacramento Kings @ San Antonio Spurs, 4 p.m.
Cal (M) BB @ USC, 1 p.m.
Cal (W) BB v. Arizona State, 3 p.m.
Stanford (W) BB v. Arizona, 5 p.m.
Minor League Team Affiliations
San Jose Barracuda (San Jose Sharks) -- AHL
American Hockey League
Stockton Heat (Calgary Flames) -- AHL
American Hockey League
Minor League Team Affiliations
Nashville Sounds (Oakland A's) -- AAA,
Pacific Coast League
Sacramento River Cats (San Francisco Giants) --
AAA, Pacific Coast Leag
San Jose Giants (San Francisco Giants) -- Class A
Advanced Affiliate, California League
Stockton Ports (Oakland A's) -- Class A
Advanced Affiliate, California League
Cal BB (M): KGO 810 AM
Cal BB (W): Pac-12 Network
Cal football: KGO 810 AM
Fresno Grizzlies: KYNO 1430 AM
Fresno State football: 940 AM ESPN Radio
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