You’re favorite team is just one key piece away from awkwardly hoisting that flagpole-laden World Series trophy, at least that’s what any self-respecting fan should think. But who should they add leading up to the July 31st trade deadline? Everyone with a blog thinks they know who’s on the move and where they will fit best, but successfully mixing up championship chemistry is tough, and that’s why General Managers make a ton of dough. What’s easier to figure out is who’s available that can’t help you. Here are our picks for (allegedly available) players that you don’t want your team to swap for leading up to the July 31st trade deadline.
Rumors have been swirling for weeks that the Golden State Warriors are on the verge of a blockbuster deal that would land them high-scoring big-man Kevin Love from the Minnesota Timberwolves, but formal talks on that deal are apparently stalled.
Law enforcement officers rescued six children this week being forced to work as prostitutes in the Bay Area and arrested more than a dozen suspected pimps, FBI officials announced Monday.
Media reports surfaced earlier this week that Minnesota Timberwolves power forward Kevin Love has no plans to sign a new contract and would rather move on to a contender like the Golden State Warriors. It appears the interest is mutual.
The Buffalo Bills have reportedly dealt with receiver Stevie Johnson to the San Francisco 49ers for a conditional pick, adding another big-play threat to the niner aerial attack.
The Raiders traded quarterback Terrelle Pryor on Monday to the Seattle Seahawks for a seventh-round pick in the 2014 NFL draft. While it appeared obvious that Pryor wasn’t in the team’s future plans, what will the Seahawks do with him?
Anti-trafficking advocates and Bay Area prosecutors and congresspersons said Tuesday that airports are an important new front in combating human trafficking and rescuing victims.
The Warriors acquired Steve Blake from the Los Angeles Lakers for reserve guards Kent Bazemore and MarShon Brooks on Wednesday night, adding a veteran ball-handler to their beleaguered bench.
The San Jose Sharks have acquired forward Chad Rau from the Minnesota Wild for forward Curt Gogol in a trade of minor leaguers.
Oakland sent left-hander Jerry Blevins to the Washington Nationals for minor league outfielder Billy Burns, the Athletics’ fifth trade in 10 days.