The Super Bowl, wild card weekend, draft day and now schedule release day. It seems like the NFL just can’t help but come up with unofficial holiday’s for fans to celebrate.
For most casual fans the Warriors haven’t been appointment television since, well, ever. But with potential MVP Stephen Curry and company compiling the 6th best record in NBA history, it’s time for even the hardest to impress fans to jump on the bandwagon.
For the 49ers to make the playoffs they will need a strong finish to the regular season. With the return of some key players and a favorable schedule, the 49ers are poised for a strong finish.
The San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals will square off in the 110th edition of the World Series, beginning Tuesday at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City.
For years, Raiders fans have watched anxiously as Raider home games approached, wondering if the team would sell enough home tickets to broadcast games in the Bay Area, but it looks like that waiting game may now be over.
The Bay Bridge series may take on added importance next year as the Giants and A’s meet down the stretch with playoff implications likely.
KBCW/The CW is bringing another superhero to the small screen as part of its upcoming offerings…
The San Francisco 49ers will face the Chicago Bears in the first regular season game at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, according to the 2014 National Football League schedule which was released on Wednesday.
The National Football League is announcing its 2014 schedule on Wednesday, and coverage includes a two-hour special on national television.
A proposal by the chairman of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors would allow workers to request flexible working hours from their employers.