That was scary.
That was scary.
This second pro day from Justin Fields is much less of a pro day, and amounts, essentially, to a private workout.
In the Warriors’ first game back from the All-Star break on Thursday night, there was a video of Stephen Curry that went viral.
There are no pressers like Klay Thompson pressers.
A bizarre scene unfolded on Saturday night just before the Warriors tipped off against the Charlotte Hornets.
Well, that’s that. On Wednesday, Jerick McKinnon joined Deebo Samuel on Instagram Live.
Despite what they say, the 49ers are going to look at replacing Jimmy Garoppolo this offseason.
There’s no defending what the 49ers did on Sunday. Donte Whitner certainly didn’t.
This Brandon Aiyuk guy might be alright, huh?
Raheem Mostert has a knack for walking into the end zone untouched. It doesn’t seem to matter whether he starts at his or his opponents’ 20-yard-line.
Kyler Murray is inherently an issue for defenses. He has premier arm talent and a knack for escaping pressure and scrambling for a half-dozen yards on just about every down.
Well, that was fast. Much like Raheem Mostert.
Web gem alert.
It will be interesting to see how the Astros react to getting thrown at all year long.
And on Friday the saga continued. Cueto posted another video Friday and named it “Cueto vs. Núñez: The Rematch.”
Dozens of NASCAR drivers and pit crew members pushed Bubba Wallace’s to the front of the grid before Monday’s race in Talladega to show support for the driver after a noose was found in his garage on Sunday.
The gang’s all back together, folks. In this case, “all” means about six people, but that represents a decent chunk of the 49ers’ receiving corps and starting quarterback, James Richard Garoppolo.
Once Joe Burrow is drafted first overall by the Cincinnati Bengals, he’s coming for Nick Bosa.
It’s well-documented that George Kittle is an athletic freak of nature. That was true even in high school.
Maybe it wasn’t the move that put Stephen Curry on the map, but you’d be hard-pressed to find any basketball fan who hasn’t seen it.
ESPN’s First Take is an entertaining show because the entire premise is Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman presenting controversial sports opinions to get attention.
On this day in 2007, Jason Richardson was a flamethrower from behind the arc.
There have been just a few rule changes in the NFL since the 1977 season, most of which are designed to ensure players can actually continue to play without combusting on the field.
This was a classic spoiler game for a Warriors team (then at 25-44) destined to draft Stephen Curry in the upcoming NBA Draft.