Not even Charles Barkley can criticize the Warriors
Steward: For Charles Barkley, the Warriors' biggest -- lone? -- critic, it's hard to find anything negative to say about Golden State.
Curry launches threes, Warriors launch TV ratings
Steward: Kid Curry has almost caught daddy Dell, but little Riley still the sweetheart in the family.
Kawakami: What bad 49ers decisions will the Yorks make next?
Jed York and his parents John and Denise DeBartolo York are just another bad decision waiting to happen.
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Purdy: Gabbert staying in conversation to be 49ers' QB of the future
The San Francisco 49ers lost, but quarterback Blaine Gabbert had another solid outing in his audition to remain part of the team's future.
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Thompson: Raiders show good and bad sides in win over Tennessee Titans
The Raiders, for all their promise, are still hampered by inconsistency and the thorns of inexperience. Their talent seems greater than the production. And just when it seems they deserve a tongue-lashing, they do something to remind you of what might be in store.
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TV Tonight: 'Flash' and 'Arrow' crossover sets up spinoff
'The Flash' lays groundwork for 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow' in tonight's first part of special crossover with 'The Arrow.' Plus, 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer' returns for the holidays.
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Channing Tatum 'does not like me,' says Alex Pettyfer
Alex Pettyfer admits blame for falling out with Channing Tatum that kept him from being included in the 'Magic Mike XXL' sequel.