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It really is tough to imagine such a dramatic change in public perception than the one the Maloof family has undergone in their time as owners of the Sacramento Kings.
Watching the San Francisco Forty-niners line up on the Baltimore 5-yard line with just under 3 minutes left in the Super Bowl, it occurred to me that maybe the Ravens should consider letting them score […]
Roseville’s Kim Welch succeeded in earning her LPGA tour card this week, no small feat for the traveling 29-year-old pro golfer. Welch is best known for winning the Golf Channel’s “Big Break: Ka’anapali” competition a few years ago. She […]
The quarterback controversy in San Francisco is officially over. Forget the intentional grounding penalty that gave the Rams their first points, or the ill-advised pitch over Ted Ginn’s head, resulting in the Rams only touchdown. Let’s ignore Kaepernick’s […]
By Sean Stanfield (Twitter @1140thefan) Much like the Kings best player (of late), Deuce gets the night off so I’ll fill in and hope to serve up some perspective on what happened at Sleep Train […]
For the second year in a row, the Sacramento State Hornets have beaten a Pac-12 team on the final play of the game. This year it was walk-on kicker, Edgar Castaneda, nailing a 30-yard field goal […]
Watching the painful display that was the Oakland Raiders home opener, I couldn’t help but notice former CBS13 intern Greg Knapp on the sidelines calling plays for the silver and black. Yes, Greg is the […]
Here we are in the third week of the PGA FedEx Cup playoffs and Sacramento sports fans get to enjoy one of their own playing side by side with the likes of Tiger Woods and […]
Against what was possibly the toughest field in golf this year, Dixon’s Nick Watney managed a final round 69 on the difficult Bethpage Black golf course and catapulted himself to the top of the FedEx […]
With all this talk of the Sacramento Kings moving to Virgina Beach, you can’t help but wonder how many more times we will go down this road with other perspective cities.
One of the best ways to take advantage of the hot summer weather in the river city is to cross the golden Tower Bridge to West Sacramento and take in America’s pastime. Nothing says Sacramento […]