Ray Ratto

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For the 8 million and 7.6 million people that watched the Pro Bowl and NBA All-Star Game, respectively, you are a lesser human being in the eyes of your fellow citizens. Congratulations.
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We’re putting a lot of tinsel on the NBA season because seven months is a long time to wait for the seven games that really matter...
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NBA general managers are sitting next to their cell phones as they ring off the hook before the deadline. For Bob Myers, that noise is just Candy Crush.
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Kobe Bryant is doing a better job than Steph Curry of filling seats in road arenas. So perhaps the MVP should take some lessons from San Jose's Aaron Gordon.
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Has anyone ever made more money per dreadful career decision than Dwight Howard? Asking for all the friends in the world.
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The Raiders' new one-year lease is not new hope for Oakland, because Oakland hasn’t any more influence on events than Mark Davis does...
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The Sharks have gone from being a dull, even occasionally repellent team, to an efficient if not necessarily invigorating one...
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Jim Harbaugh and Tim Flannery, a popular pair of ex-San Francisco coaches, showed how to dominate the opposition on social media Wednesday...
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Luke Walton likes to call all his former coaches, but apparently, he doesn't call his own dad. That misstep could force him to coach the Knicks.
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In many ways, the about-face on George Karl is so perfectly Kings that we should be surprised by none of it...
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The Knicks are looking for a new head coach, but for the moment, Luke Walton isn't a candidate. If he's smart, he'll keep it that way.
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It's been a wild week leading up to Super Bowl 50, but you can relax now. The NFL won't be bringing its big game to the Bay Area again soon.
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All the hoopla heading into Super Bowl 50 was stories about old Peyton Manning and young Cam Newton. In the end, neither were deciding factors.
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The media machine has rendered the concept of a player's "legacy" utterly meaningless, making it a fitting drinking game come Super Bowl Sunday...
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Between Eddie DeBartolo, Ken Stabler and others, the 2016 Hall of Fame class was a triumph for people who did their best work on the West Coast.

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