Ex-Cal Star Ivan Rabb Assists With Free Meals At Mom's RestaurantRabb's season with the G-League's Westchester Knicks was cancelled because of the pandemic, and during the idle period he's been spending time at home with his family.
Gov. Newsom's Plan For Live Sports By First Week Of June May Be Wishful ThinkingGovernor Newsom says if the current COVID-19 trends continue, sports can resume again by the first week of June but players may not be ready.
Walnut Creek Native Sabrina Ionescu Chosen No. 1 In Top Pick WNBA DraftWalnut Creek native Sabrina Ionescu was chosen as the No. 1 pick in the WNBA draft Friday night, going to the New York Liberty.
Harlem Globetrotters' Ball-Handling Wizard Fred 'Curly' Neal Dies at 77On Thursday, Harlem Globetrotters great Fred "Curly" Neal died in his Houston-area home at the age of 77. Neal starred for the legendary traveling basketball showcase from 1963 until 1985 and was well known for his shaved head and dribbling skills.
Bay Area Native Sabrina Ionescu Unanimous AP Player Of The YearThe Oregon and Miramonte High School star guard was a unanimous choice Monday as The Associated Press women’s basketball player of the year, receiving all 30 votes from the national media panel that selects the Top 25 each week during the season. Since the award was first given in 1995, the only other player to receive all the votes is former UConn star Breanna Stewart.
Coronavirus Update: Two Members Of The Lakers Test Positive; Warriors Haven't Been TestedThe organization recommended that all their players be tested after exposure to the Brooklyn Nets in a game on March 10th
Coronavirus Threat Wipes Out Hoops Dreams For California High School TeamsThe California Interscholastic Federation announced Thursday it was cancelling the remaining regional high school basketball games and the upcoming state high school state championship tournament because of fears surrounding the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Pacific-12 Joins Other Major Conferences Cancelling Men's Post-Season Basketball TournamentsThe Pacific-12 Conference called off its post-season men's basketball tournament Thursday, joining the Big 10, Big 12, Southeastern Conference and several others as collegiate athletic officials address the growing fears of the growing coronavirus outbreak.
Curry, Thompson, Green In Running For Berth On 2020 Olympic Basketball TeamGolden State star Steph Curry has been very vocal about his desire to be on the 2020 U.S. Olympic basketball team and on Monday he took a major step toward achieving that dream.
Warriors Shoot Under 40%, Lose To Magic In Tight Contest, 106-110Glenn Robinson III led Golden State with 19 points. Eric Paschall scored 17 points and Alec Burks 15 for the Warriors, who had all five starters score in double figures, yet lost for the fifth time in six games.
Kevin Durant, Airbnb Co-Founder Help Fund Basketball, Tennis Courts In San FranciscoThe basketball and tennis courts at the Hayes Valley Playground in San Francisco were reopened on Monday following renovation and resurfacing work.
'Nellie Kush': Former Warriors Coach Don Nelson Talks About Maui Marijuana FarmIn an interview, former Golden State Warriors coach Don Nelson revealed that he grows marijuana on his farm in Maui
#30 To 30: Steph Curry Sends Heartfelt Letters To 30 People In Oakland To Say 'Thank You'Warriors guard Stephen Curry couldn't just walk away from Oakland without a word. The man who made the number 30 a favorite for so many basketball fans, sent personalized letters and a special gift to 30 people, saying "thank you."
Despite Curry's Strong Effort, Warriors Sputter, Fall in Game 1 of NBA FinalsThe Toronto Raptors won their first NBA Finals game by topping the Golden State Warriors 118-109 in Game 1 of this year's title series on Thursday night.
Raptors' Jeremy Lin Returns To The Bay To Face Warriors In NBA FinalsJeremy Lin, the Palo Alto native, former Golden State Warrior and now guard for the Toronto Raptors, is returning to the Bay Area to face off with his old team in the NBA Finals.