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CSN Bay Area Oct 19, 2016

Anti-Semitic Tweets With Trump Bios Target Journalists

A leading civil rights group found an uptick of anti-Semitic tweets targeting journalists, intensifying in their vitriol as the race for president has intensified, and were sent by people whose bios mostly included the words Trump, nationalist and white.The spike in hate weve seen online this election cycle is extremely troubling and unlike anything we have seen in modern politics. A half century ago, the KKK burned crosses. Today, extremists are burning up Twitter, Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan A. Greenblatt said in a statement.
CSN Bay Area Oct 19, 2016

Gay not fazed by latest trade talk: 'Rumors are going to happen'

SACRAMENTO -- The rumor mill is churning and it’s once again landed on Sacramento Kings forward Rudy Gay. Gay politely told the team that he
CSN Bay Area Oct 19, 2016

Highlights: Pavelski's late goal makes Dell winner in debut

Joe Pavelskis goal with just over two minutes remaining lifted the Sharks and Aaron Dell to a 3-2 win over the Islanders Tuesday night.

Toronto tops Cleveland to stay alive in ALCS

TORONTO — Josh Donaldson homered to give Toronto a long-awaited lead, and the Blue Jays finally had a breakthrough with the bats, beating Cleveland 5-1 on Tuesday to avert a sweep in the AL Championship Series. The Indians lead the matchup 3-1, but Donaldson and a poised Aaron Sanchez handed them their first loss of this postseason. Edwin Encarnacion later hit a two-run single, a welcome sight for a raucous Rogers Centre crowd that had fallen silent watching its team reach the brink of elimination because of a slumbering offense. Donaldson’s solo shot to left-center field off Corey...
CSN Bay Area Oct 18, 2016

Poised for breakout season, Klay declines war of words with Terry

SAN DIEGO – Klay Thompson declined on Tuesday to get into a word competition with Bucks guard Jason Terry.Figures. Thompson believes much more in competition
CSN Bay Area Oct 18, 2016

Belichick's rant against communication systems proves chaos always wins

Yes, we must endorse Bill Belichick smashing the machinery of the state, even if it is only the size of a placemat and is in any event totally symbolic...
CSN Bay Area Oct 18, 2016

Kaepernick: 'Legs felt good, arm felt great' vs Bills

Colin Kaepernick underwent an offseason of surgeries and is finally back to feeling close to his old self.
CSN Bay Area Oct 18, 2016

Kaepernick not surprised or concerned with criticism from Bills' CB

Bills corner Stephon Gillmore was critical of Colin Kaepernicks ability as a passer and the 49ers QB couldnt care less.
CSN Bay Area Oct 18, 2016

Cosell: Kaepernick remains unrefined, somewhat remedial in the pocket

In the first half against the Bills on Sunday, Colin Kaepernick completed 8 of 11 passes for 135 yards and a touchdown.In the second half,

Sought-after Chip Hale returns to A’s coaching staff

Chip Hale will be bringing his high-energy personality back to the A’s, returning to the club as the team’s third-base coach. Minor-league medical coordinator Jeff Collins was named the A’s assistant trainer Tuesday, taking the spot of Walt Horn, who retired. Jeff Cuffe, the team’s minor-league strength and conditioning coordinator, was promoted to big-league strength and conditioning coach, replacing Mike Henriques. Henriques was briefly suspended in August for secretly installing a camera in the A’s workout room to film players.
CSN Bay Area Oct 18, 2016

NBA general managers: Warriors will beat Cavs in NBA Finals

The Warriors beat the Cavs in 2015. The Cavs beat the Warriors in 2016.According to the NBAs general managers, the Warriors will win the rubber
CSN Bay Area Oct 18, 2016

Maiocco: Kaepernick's performance in Buffalo; Baalke's future with 49ers

Matt Maiocco and Kelli Johnson discuss Colin Kaepernicks showing against the Bills, and why Trent Baalke may be back with the 49ers in 2017.
CSN Bay Area Oct 18, 2016

Twitter, Tech Breathe New Life in Black Panther Ideology

Twitter and technology have changed the immediacy and the ability to organize African-Americans to shut down commerce and decry police brutality.But the social injustices that plagued the Black Panther Party 50 years ago still plague the Millenials propogating the Black Lives Matter Movement today, organizers and historians say. And if the current movement wants to stay relevant, some say, then the activists have to really help people on the streets and do more then send off a missive of tweets.
CSN Bay Area Oct 18, 2016

Reed grouped with Moore, Garcia in Malaysia

Patrick Reed, Ryan Moore and Sergio Garcia will play together for the first two rounds of the CIMB Classic as each makes his first start since the Ryder Cup.
CSN Bay Area Oct 18, 2016

Green Day Tops the Charts With Latest Album

East Bay-rooted Green Day has the hottest selling album on the Billboard Top 200 album chart.Coined "Revolution Radio," the recently released collection marks the third time the nearly 30-year-old rock band has climbed to the top of the charts, according to the band's public relations agency.