Stanford's VanDerveer Ties All-Time Wins RecordStanford women's basketball head coach Tara VanDerveer tied Pat Summitt's record of 1,098 career wins Sunday night when the top-ranked Cardinal blew out Cal. Vern Glenn was in Berkeley for the historic night and looks back at VanDerveer's incredible career. (12-14-20)
World-Class Surfers Ride Monster Waves At Mavericks BeachTuesday's power swell and high surf conditions drew world-class surfers to Mavericks Beach, where 30 –to-40 foot waves were breaking just off Pillar Point. Wilson Walker was there all day.
Warriors Coach Steve Kerr On The Team's 2020-21 SeasonTraining Camp for the Golden State Warriors began Monday, after two players tested positive for COVID-19. Coach Steve Kerr provides updates on the upcoming season and hints at who the players were who tested positive.
NBA Analyst Kenny Smith On Young Warriors: "There's No More Baking, It's a Microwave Now"Vern Glenn previews the start of Warriors training camp and the 2020-21 season with NBA on TNT analyst Kenny Smith. With Klay Thompson injured, Smith says Golden State's young players need to be ready to contribute quicker than the team initially planned for. (12-7-20)
Monster Waves Draw Elite Surfers to S.F. Ocean BeachA massive swell at San Francisco's Ocean Beach on Friday looked more like something you'd see at Mavericks in Half Moon Bay. Andrea Nakano reports. (12-3-20)
Warriors Training Camp Postponed After 2 Players Test Positive For COVID-19The Warriors training camps had to be pushed back Tuesday after positive COVID-19 tests benched two players.
49ers Keep Playoff Hopes Alive After Emotional Win In L.A.Postgame recap from SoFi Stadium where the 49ers beat the Rams on a last-second field goal to improve to 5-6 this season. KPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell interviews Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group to break down the win and how the team will respond to Santa Clara County's temporary ban on contact sports.
USF Basketball Flying High After Historic WinThe USF Dons knocked off 4th ranked Virginia last Friday at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut. It was their first win against a Top 5 team since 1981. Vern Glenn interviewed USF head coach Todd Golden as the team got ready to fly back to the Bay Area Sunday night. (11-30-20)
Santa Clara County Issues Tough New Restrictions on Businesses, Travelers, SportsWith new COVID cases and hospitalizations continuing to surge, Santa Clara County health officials Saturday announced further restrictions on local businesses, discouraged non-essential travel and will now require a 14-day quarantine. Da Lin reports. (11-28-20)
Big Game Fans, Barred From Stands, Climb High to See ActionIt was a Big Game like none other. Stanford edged Cal Friday in an empty Memorial Stadium but some diehard fans found ways to get a glimpse of the action. Kenny Choi reports. (11-27-20)
Despite Pandemic, Thanksgiving Day Marin County Mountain Bike Ride Rolls OnCOVID-19 didn’t stop an annual Marin County Thanksgiving Day tradition called the "Appetite Seminar," said to be the longest-running mountain bike event in the country. Kenny Choi reports. (11-26-20)
Will The Warriors Contend Without Klay Thompson This Year?The Athletic Bay Area's Editor-In-Chief Tim Kawakami predicts the best case scenario in 2021 for the Warriors without one of the Splash Brothers. Kawakami appeared on Gameday with KPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell. (11-24-20)
San Jose Earthquakes Fans Show Support In Their CarsNo fans were allowed inside Earthquakes Stadium this year, but there were plenty outside. Vern Glenn reports on the Quakes "Car Crazies" that packed the pitch this season. (11-24-20)
Klay Thompson Out For Season, Golden State Warriors Try To Replace HimDennis O'Donnell reports on Klay Thompson tearing his achilles tendon and what the Warriors plan to do next.
Steph Curry Presents New Truck For Oakland Community Group That Had Delivery Truck StolenGolden State Warriors star Stephen Curry has surprised the organizer of an Oakland community group whose delivery truck was stolen and damaged by providing his organization with a new truck. Kenny Choi reports. (11/19/20)
Klay Thompson Suffers Season-Ending Achilles TearGolden State Warriors star forward Klay Thompson suffered a season-ending Achilles tendon tear Wednesday during a workout in Southern California, the team confirmed Thursday. (11/19/20)
San Francisco Rejects Warriors Plan To Allow For Some Fans At Chase CenterWith coronavirus cases rising, San Francisco city officials have rejected a plan that would allow for some fans back at the Chase Center for the upcoming season. Andria Borba reports. (11/18/20)
San Francisco Golf Course Re-Opens After PGA ChampionshipSan Francisco's Fleming 9 - part of TPC Harding Park - reopened Monday but Vern Glenn got a sneak preview for Inside The Five and looks back on the history of the 9-hole course. It was closed for months because it had to be re-seeded after being used for the CBS broadcast of the PGA Championship in August. (11-16-20)
San Jose Earthquakes Ready For Return To The PlayoffsThe San Jose Earthquakes are back in the MLS Playoffs for the first time since 2017. Vern Glenn interviews the club's longtime star, Chris Wondolowski and goalkeeper J.T. Marcinkowski about the Quakes turnaround. (11-16-20)
Raiders Run Wild In Win Over BroncosPostgame reaction from Las Vegas where the Raiders blew out the Broncos 37-12 to improve to 6-3 this season. The Silver & Black ran for over 200 yards and their defense forced a season-high five turnovers. (11-16-20)
Costly Mistakes Lead To 49ers 3rd Straight LossPostgame reaction from New Orleans where the Saints beat the 49ers 27-13 on Sunday. San Francisco jumped out to an early 10-0 lead but committed a season-high four turnovers and had several costly penalties that extended drives for the Saints. (11-16-20)
Raider Nation Mourns Death of Ricky's Sports Bar OwnerRicky Ricardo, whose family-owned Ricky's Sports Theatre and Grill has been a gathering place for Raiders and East Bay sports fans for decades, has died. Devin Fehely reports. (11-15-20)
Sharks Ramping Up Battle With City Over DevelopmentRepresentatives from the San Jose Sharks informed fans Thursday morning that development projects planned for the city’s downtown could force the team out of the SAP Center. Andria Borba reports. (11/13/20)
Berkeley Not Budging on Coronavirus Quarantine for Cal Football PlayersFirst Cal's season opener was postponed. Now the Golden Bears' second game of the season set for this Saturday is in limbo because a player tested positive for the coronavirus. Kenny Choi reports. (11-12-20)