Darting here and there ...
Û If the Warriors and Oklahoma City Thunder meet in the playoffs, fans will be getting a free defibrillator at their Oracle seat instead of a T-shirt.
Û Goodness, what a game. Now THAT was a great time out, Chris Cohan.
Û Co-owner Joe Lacob was so fired up at courtside during the big win that he was credited with 17 on-court minutes in the box score.
Û We're officially dubbing him Harrison "Good News" Barnes after the way he played against OKC.
Û The Warriors haven't had a player like Andre Iguodala since ... never?
Û Enough with the club beats and dance music while the ball is in play at Warriors games. We came to see Stephen Curry, not Katy Perry.
Û And Splash Brothers. It stopped being clever the 1,367th time we heard it this week on Comcast.
Û If the Warriors lower the height of their proposed San Francisco arena much more, Curry and Klay Thompson will have to bank their 3-pointers off the ceiling.
Û Thanks to college basketball for showing us next June's freshman NBA draft class all in one day. Any doubt the Lakers and/or Celtics will be in the lottery top three?
Û Colin Kaepernick needs to stop reading and reposting negative tweets. As he'll see this Sunday, he needs to be playing free as a Brees.
Û Should be intriguing to see the 49ers return to the scene of Super Bowl XLVII. Hopefully, it won't be another rendition of "The Night The Lights Went Out in Louisiana."
Û What goes around comes around. Just ask Matt Flynn, back in Green Bay to collect more money for nothing.
Û You Won't Find This at Answers.com Dept.: Did you know Flynn's favorite NBA player is Andris Biedrins?
Û So how many of those Candlestick Park seats do we have to buy at $649 a pair to trade a couple of Kezars?
Û What the city of San Francisco might not have told everyone is that for an extra $100, it will throw in a large fan and a block of ice to enjoy the full Candlestick effect.
Û For yet another $100, Paul McCartney will come to your house and sing, "Help!"
Û We're hearing there's a rancher in the valley named Eddie yearning to buy Candlestick intact and turn it into a gigantic pigsty.
Û Good thing that A's-to-AT&T Park plan was a nonstarter. Lew Wolff went down to Orchard Supply and couldn't find a tarp large enough to cover that giant glove.
Û What's more, Tim Lincecum phoned in to say he didn't want any strange longhairs playing in his ballpark.
Û We passed a guy the other day in a red suit sporting a remarkably full beard and congratulated him on his World Series victory.
Û Do you think it would be possible to just disassemble Turner Field in Atlanta and reassemble it in Oakland or San Jose?
Û It was sweet to see the A's snatch Nick Punto from the free agent pool before the bidding got really hot and heavy.
Û Shayne Skov's face paint and Mohawk against Oregon looked like he was auditioning for "Apocalypse Now II." And for the Ducks, it was.
Û We don't want to say Stanford at USC is a trap game, but entrances at the L.A. Coliseum tunnels have ropes tied to trees with little Snickers bars lying all about as bait.
Û Even with a couple extra days of rest, it's unlikely Tyler Gaffney will be up for another 45 carries Saturday. We felt a sharp jab in the side just thinking about him this past week.
Û We missed Damon Bruce's take on the Stanford-UConn women's game. How'd it go?
Û Good sign for the Cal men's basketball team: In two of their three wins (one of them an exhibition), the Bears gave up fewer points than the football team did last week.
Û Finally, it's scary to think how much overtime the San Jose Sharks would be paying out if their players actually had to punch a clock.
Contact Carl Steward at firstname.lastname@example.org. More darting on Twitter @stewardsfolly.