Monday, December 3 through Sunday, December 9, 2018
Issue No. 253
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The BEST Bay Area sports photos from
Michael Zagaris, Ed Jay, Rich Yee, Kenneth Wong,
Ron Sellers, Darren Yamashita, Alex Ho, Larry Rosa
and Timothy Reynolds
Kansas City Chiefs 40 vs. Oakland Raiders 33
Kansas City Chiefs
quarterback Patrick Mahomes took another step toward becoming the NFL's MVP this season with a sterling performance against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Mahomes
completed 23 of 38 passes for 295 yards and four touchdowns and no interceptions and added nine rushes for 52 yards in a 40-33 win.
Caption and photo by Ed Jay.
First year defensive end
Fadol Brown exalts after stopping a touchdown attempt at the goal line. But it would not be enough as the Raiders fell to their AFC opponent, 40-33.
Long time friends Andy Reid and Jon Gruden meet after the game. Both offensive assistants under Mike Holmgren with the Green Bay Packers in 1992.
Oakland Raiders in the Community
Golden State Warriors 116 vs. Orlando Magic 110
Kevin Durant, shown above making one of his 49 points, teamed up with Klay Thompson as the Warriors fought back from an 18-point deficit on Monday evening, Nov. 26 for a dramatic 116-110 win over the Orlando Magic. Thompson poured in 19 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter to
Head coach Steve Kerr called a time out to help his talented squad focus on the task before them, dispatching a tenacious foe in the visiting Magic. Photo by Rich Yee.
Sartorially splendid, a dapper Steph Curry continued his rehab on the bench.
Fans cheer on the Dubs with ear-splitting applause and help define "Roaracle" for what it is --
Golden State Warriors in the Community
The Peaceful Warriors Summit focused on educating youth on the causes, impacts and solutions surrounding violence and bullying. The Summit used v
isual arts and basketball as a tool to have a positive impact on campus. The students participated in anti-bullying exercises facilitated by Soul Shoppe, a Bay Area-based organization which helps build inclusive communities. Caps, backpacks and presents were also passed out to the students. Photo by Ed Jay.
Pac-12 Championship Game: Washington Huskies 10, Utah Utes 3
Washington Huskies defensive back Byron Murphy grabs a bobbled ball for an interception and returns it 66 yards for the only touchdown as the Huskies defeated the Utah Utes in the Pac-12 Championship game, 10-3, at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara on Friday, November 30. Murphy added another interception and was named the game's Most Valuable Player.
121st Big Game: Stanford Cardinal 23, Cal Bears 13
Cal's senior running back Patrick Laird (28) sprinted down the sideline in front of the Cardinal bench for the game's longest run of 62 yards, late in the second quarter. Laird would finish the afternoon with 116 yards and
become the first Golden Bear running back to rush for 100 yards in back-to-back Big Games since Marshawn Lynch in 2005-06. Stanford would maintain The Axe for the ninth straight year with their 23-13 win.
Caption and photo by Ron Sellers.
running back Cameron Scarlett (22) took a swing pass and raced for a 46-yard touchdown in the first quarter, giving the Cardinal an early lead they would not relinquish.
Mr. Evan Weaver (89), meet Bryce Love (20). Mr. Love, meet the game's leading tackler, Evan Weaver, who finished with 15 credited tackles.
Caption and photo by Ron Sellers.
The Cal student body cheering section unfurled a large banner proclaiming "This Is Bear Territory" during the third quarter. Initially postponed from Saturday, Nov. 17 due to poor air quality, The Big Game drew an enthusiastic crowd of 57,857 on a clear afternoon.
Saint Mary's Gaels 84 vs. Cal Bears 71
Justice Sueing (10), about to dunk, was Cal's (2-4) scoring leader on the night with 16 points but the Golden Bears could not subdue the hot-shooting Gaels (4-4), who collected 13 threes.
Saint Mary's rode their hot hand for a 84-71 win on their home court.
Saint Mary's center Jordan Hunter (1) blocked the shot of Cal's Jahwan Harris-Dyson (2) and finished the night with nine points, two blocked shots and one steal.
Not to be denied -- Malik Fitts, the Gaels' scoring leader on the evening with 19 points, soared in to throw down two more points late in the second half.
3BALL USA Showcase
Great Mall in Milpitas (Silicon Valley) was the site of the 3BALL USA Showcase in late August, featuring a 3x3 basketball format which will make its Olympic debut in Tokyo in 2020. Ten top teams from the US, Europe and Asia competed for a $50,000 grand prize. Above,
Zahir Carrington of All America (2) reacts after scoring a basket while being fouled against the Leaping Labradors.
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Stanford Cardinal 79 vs. Portland State Vikings 67
Cal Bears 78 vs. Santa Clara Broncos 66
After two quick steals in the first half by Cal's Darius McNeill (1), the Bears (2-3) built a 14-0 lead against Santa Clara (1-5) on Nov. 26 at Haas Pavilion. The Broncos rallied late but Cal regained their momentum, winning 78-66. Sophomore McNeill set a Cal freshman three-point record last year with 67 three-pointers, eclipsing Allen Crabbe's 2011 record of 63.
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Irvine Anteaters 80 vs. Saint Mary's Gaels 75
Senior center Jordan Hunter was the only other Gael to finish in double figures, converting all seven of his free throws on the way to 13 points. Prior to Saint Mary's, Hunter was a member of the Australian U19 National Team which participated in the 2015 FIBA World Championships
Cal Bears 67 vs. CSU Northridge Matadors 42
Cal senior Kristine Anigwe posted 26 points and 10 rebounds as the Bears defeated Cal State Northridge, 67-42, at Haas Pavilion in Berkeley on Sunday, December 2. During the game, Anigwe became the third player in Cal history to record 2,000 points in a career.
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Riordan-San Francisco -- Basketball -- Junior
Je'Lani Clark returns to the Crusaders after a breakout sophomore season and is one of the big reasons that Riordan began the 2018-19 season ranked No. 6 in SportStars' Preseason NorCal Top 20. Through the team's first three games, Clark is averaging 21.6 points. The 6-foot-2 guard scored a team-high 31 in Riordan's 73-69 season-opening loss to Dublin at the NorCal Tip-Off Classic on Nov. 24. The Crusaders bounced back with two wins in their own Crusaders Classic tournament. Clark had 18 points, seven rebounds and four assists in a semifinal win over San Ramon Valley-Danville on Nov. 30. Photo credit: Jean-Paul Toshiro.
This past February, Kansas City running back Kareem Hunt committed an assault which was captured on video. Although the Chiefs and the league were made aware of the incident at the time, it was considered a "he said, she said" event, and they believed Hunt when he denied any wrongdoing. Mysteriously, neither the police, the Chiefs, nor the NFL was made aware of this video until three days ago.
When it became public, the team within hours released Hunt. No criminal charges have been filed.
In an interview, Hunt was contrite, describing himself as "
extremely embarrassed because of that video."
He repeatedly mentioned his upbringing, saying, "
I'm definitely not that type of person. My mother raised me right. I know right from wrong."
Really? He had nine months to come clean, and he didn't until the video emerged. And now, a number of NFL owners "are irate" that the league's investigators did not interview Hunt back in February.
Give me a break.
The video is clear; it shows Hunt getting into a confrontation with a woman while being restrained by others. After exchanging words with her, he shoves her before she strikes him in the face. Hunt then shoves another man into the woman, pushing her to the floor. Hunt eventually makes his way over to her and kicks her in the leg while she is on the floor.
Shortly after the incident, she unsuccessfully begged the cops to look at the building's CCTV. Not surprisingly, the cops did nothing. The building officials, with indisputable evidence of an assault in their possession, did nothing. The league did nothing. And, of course, the Chiefs did nothing to get to the bottom of the incident. After all, Hunt led the league in rushing last year, and was a key cog in their high-powered offense.
So, nine months later he's busted. But it is not just Kareem Hunt who is at fault--it is the entire culture of professional football, and it starts at the top. This is the league that did not have the guts to mete out a proper punishment to Ray Rice, the league that blackballed Colin Kaepernick for peacefully protesting police brutality. According to sources Hunt may face more than the baseline six-game suspension for violation of the NFL's personal conduct policy. They are also investigating an incident involving Hunt allegedly punching a man in the face at an Ohio resort in June. And the NFL is believed to have found enough from that incident to add to Hunt's discipline.
How many more times do we have to see yet another example of misogynistic, violent, criminal behavior on the part of an NFL player go unpunished? Can someone explain to me how the NFL, with its $8 billion annual profit, cannot get their hands on a two-minute video, but TMZ can? Or, even worse, how the Chiefs reflexively believed their player? And is the players' union innocent here?
These are questions that will probably go unanswered for some time. We are surely living in fearful and frightening times. When the president and his lackeys are the only people in the world who will not admit that Jamal Khashoggi's gruesome assassination was ordered by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, I guess anything is possible. Perhaps our biggest fear should be that we may be losing the ability to tell right from wrong.
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Sonoma Raceway -- 24 Hours of Lemons
24 Hours of Lemons hosted Season Finale at Sonoma Raceway
SONOMA, Calif. -- If low-budget endurance racing is up your alley, you didn't want to miss the
The 24 Hours of Lemons, an endurance road racing series for cars that cost $500 or less, concluded its 2018 race season with a two-day event featuring everything from the H20Vanagon Volkswagen to spaceship sedans to the "Insane Bolt" BMW by Team Cool Runnings. This is a one-of-a-kind endurance race that you had to see to believe.
There was plenty of noise, wacky penalties and questionably civilized fun before, during and after the on-track action on Saturday and Sunday. Following the checkered flag, there was the gala awards ceremony, wherein trophies and plaques were presented and the winner's purses were paid out in nickels.
Nearly 200 teams were entered for the 24 Hours of Lemons' final event of the year, which featured seven events in the West Region in 2018. Those vying for victory at this wacky event included a variety of themed entries from teams like Rotary Rooter, Golden Unicorn, Alpha Dawgs, Rasta Boyz, Cerveza Racing, Four Idiots Racing and Shake & Break, to name just a few. Teams traveled from nearby Petaluma, Santa Rosa and Novato and from as far away as Ypsilanti, Michigan and Park City, Utah to vie for victory.
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WEEKLY SPORTS CALENDAR
Monday, December 3 through Sunday, December 9, 2018
Monday, December 3
State Warriors @ Atlanta Hawks, 4:30 p.m.
San Jose Barracuda vs. San Diego Gulls, 7 p.m.
acramento Kings @ Phoenix Suns, 7 p.m.
Saint Mary's (M) BB vs. Bethune-Cookman, 7 p.m.
Wednesday, December 5
Golden State Warriors @ Cleveland Cavaliers, 4 p.m.
San Jose Sharks vs. Carolina Hurricanes, 7:30 p.m.
Cal (M) BB vs. USF, 8 p.m.
UC Davis (M) BB @ Northern Illinois, 5 p.m.
Pacific (M) BB vs. Texas Permian Basin, 7 p.m.
Fresno State (M) BB vs. Weber State, 7 p.m.
Sacramento State (W) BB vs. USF, 7:05 p.m.
Thursday, December 6
Sonoma State (M) BB vs. Cal State East Bay, 7:30 p.m.
Friday, December 7
San Jose State (M) BB vs. Bethune Cookman, 7 p.m.
Pacific (W) BB vs. Seattle University, 7 p.m.
San Jose State (W) @ Colorado, 7 p.m.
Sonoma State (W) BB vs. Cal State East Bay, 5:30 p.m.
Golden State Warriors @ Milwaukee Bucks, 6:30 p.m.
Sacramento Kings @ Cleveland Cavaliers, 5:30 p.m.
San Jose Sharks @ Dallas Stars, 5 p.m.
Stockton Heat vs. Manitoba Moose, 7 p.m.
Santa Clara (M) BB vs. Idaho State, 7 p.m.
Saint Mary's (M) BB vs. New Mexico, 4 p.m., (Los Angeles)
Sacramento State (W) BB vs. UC Davis, 7 p.m.
Fresno State (W) BB @ UCLA, 7 p.m.
Sacramento Kings @ Indiana Pacers, 5 p.m.
San Jose Sharks @ Arizona Coyotes, 5 p.m.
Stockton Heat vs. Manibota Moose, 6 p.m.
San Jose Barracuda @ Bakersfield Condors, 7 p.m.
Cal (M) BB vs. San Diego State, 7:30 p.m.
Sonoma State (M) BB vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 3 p.m.
Cal State East Bay (M) BB @ Chico State, 7:30 p.m.
Sacramento State (M) BB @ Portland, 7 p.m.
Fresno State (M) BB vs. Long Beach State, 4 p.m.
Saint Mary's (W) BB vs. Cal, 2 p.m.
San Jose State (W) BB @ Nebraska, 12 p.m.
Pacific (W) BB vs. UC Santa Barbara, 2 p.m.
Sonona State (W) BB vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 1 p.m.
Cal State East Bay (W) BB @ Chico State, 5:30 p.m.
San Francisco 49ers vs. Denver Broncos, 1:05 p.m.
Oakland Raiders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, 1:25 p.m.
San Jose Barracuda vs. Bakersfield Condors, 5 p.m.
Santa Clara (M) BB vs. Sonoma State, 2 p.m.
Santa Clara (W) BB @ Oregon State, 2 p.m.
UC Davis (W) BB vs. Seattle, 1 p.m.
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Stockton Heat (Calgary Flames) -- AHL
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Cal football: KGO 810 AM
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Stanford BB (M): KNBR 1050 AM, TBS (TV)
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The Blue Light, 1979 Union Street
Bus Stop, 1901 Union Street
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Danny Coyle's, 668 Haight Street
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Polo Grounds, 747 3rd Street
Alameda Island Brewing Company, 1716 Park Street, Alameda
Churchward Pub, 1515 Park Street, Alameda
The Cooler, 1517 East 14th Street, San Leandro
Crogan's Montclair, 6101 La Salle Avenue, Oakland
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Livermore Casino Sports Bar, 3571 First Street, Livermore
Mr. Lucky's Bar & Grill, 1527 Locust Street. Walnut Creek
Oaks Corner, 4099 San Pablo, Emeryville
Otaez Mexican Restaurant, 1619 Webster Street, Alameda
Pasta Pelican, 2455 Mariner Square Drive, Alameda
Pete's Place, 610A San Pablo Avenue, Pinole
Rancho Sports Bar, 3912 San Pablo Dam Road, El Sobrante
Ricky's Sports Grill, 15028 Hesperian Blvd., San Leandro
Sports Edition Bar, Hilton Oakland Airport, Oakland
Stadium Pub, 1420 Lincoln Avenue, Walnut Creek
Tierney's Sports Bar, 540 San Pablo Avenue, Albany
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