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Oakland gunshot victim able to drive to San Leandro

OAKLAND -- A man shot in East Oakland Tuesday morning was able to drive to San Leandro where he hailed down police there, authorities said.The man was wounded in the leg and was in stable condition at a hospital.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
16 Points

Oakland gunshot victim able to drive to San Leandro

OAKLAND -- A man shot in East Oakland Tuesday morning was able to drive to San Leandro where he hailed down police there, authorities said.The man was wounded in the leg and was in stable condition at a hospital.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
16 Points

Warriors' Varejao says no intent to trip Henderson

On the play, Varejao was bumped by Henderson and Varejao's leg swiped backward and tripped Henderson, who quickly initiated a confrontation. Good."Varejao is the second Warriors player to be retroactively assessed a flagrant foul during the postseason. That's all."Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts welcomed the news when told that Varejao was hit with a flagrant foul: "Was he. If a player accumulates four points during the playoffs, he will get a one-game suspension.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
17 Points

Stephen Curry's return in Saturday-Monday range

OAKLAND -- Warriors general manager Bob Myers expects Stephen Curry to return from a sprained knee "somewhere around" the team's two-week timetable, but said Tuesday doesn't know for sure."I don't know that it'll be before," Myers told 95.7 The Game.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
11 Points

Draymond Green agrees with 'best all-around' assessment

OAKLAND -- Warriors forward Draymond Green is embracing the praise he's getting from Andrew Bogut for being one of the best if not the best all-around player in the NBA."I agree," Green said Tuesday, smiling.Green had a triple-double in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Portland Trail Blazers after notching 13 of them in the regular season.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
6 Points

Warriors' Curry wins Magic Johnson Award

OAKLAND -- Stephen Curry was named the winner of the Magic Johnson Award, which recognizes the top player who shows "cooperation and dignity" in dealing with the media and public.Curry, who was a finalist for last season's award that went to Chicago's Pau Gasol, was selected through a vote of Professional Basketball Writers Association members.Curry is the first Warriors players to receive the award since it was created in 2001.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
4 Points

Warriors' Varejao says no intent to trip Henderson

On the play, Varejao was bumped by Henderson and Varejao's leg swiped backward and tripped Henderson, who quickly initiated a confrontation. Good."Varejao is the second Warriors player to be retroactively assessed a flagrant foul during the postseason. That's all."Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts welcomed the news when told that Varejao was hit with a flagrant foul: "Was he. If a player accumulates four points during the playoffs, he will get a one-game suspension.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
3 Points
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Sports Davis homers twice but Athletics lose 4-3 to Mariners

Valencia is eligible to come off the disabled list Friday.UP NEXTMariners: RHP Hisashi Iwakuma (0-3) starts against Oakland on Tuesday night seeking his third consecutive win over the A's.Athletics: RHP Sonny Gray (3-2) has beaten the Mariners four times in nine career starts but did not pitch against them when the teams played in early April.Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. Coghlan has been Oakland's primary third baseman since Danny Valencia went out with a strained hamstring.
USA Today
03/05
16 Points

Sports A's say they will attend Lincecum showcase

3.Lincecum, 31, went 7-4 last season but didn't pitch after June 27 because of degenerative hips.A's manager Bob Melvin said he wasn't aware Lincecum was throwing Friday, but was interested in hearing about his progress."Most definitely," Melvin said. Giants general manager Bobby Evans said Sunday the Giants would be at the showcase.The MLB Network reported Lincecum has been throwing 91 miles per hour in recent workouts.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
12 Points

Warriors' Curry won't play in Game 2

OAKLAND -- Stephen Curry will not play in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Portland Trail Blazers, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said."I'll just say he's doubtful just so we give everybody something to chew on," Kerr said Monday, grinning. With the team expected to take Wednesday off after Game 2 on Tuesday night, the next opportunity for Curry to resume 5-on-5 work would be Thursday."Hopefully he'll be a part of it," Kerr said.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
5 Points

Sports Stephen Curry aiming to play in Game 3

The Warriors offered a rough two-week timeline for Curry to return to basketball activities after an MRI exam revealed a Grade 1 MCL sprain."Thanks for all the messages and positive energy this past week," Curry wrote on Instgram on Saturday.Curry was thanking soccer star Lionel Messi for sending him an autographed jersey.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
19 Points

East Oakland shootings leave two injured

OAKLAND -- A man was wounded Sunday night during a drive-by shooting in East Oakland, police said Monday.The 19-year-old man told police he was standing in the 8000 block of MacArthur Boulevard about 11:02 p.m. Sunday when someone in a car began shooting at him.He was hit in the leg as he tried to run away.The man got his own ride to a hospital where he was in stable condition.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
5 Points

San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose: Three of five costliest rental markets in U.S.

The median price for a one-bedroom apartment is $3,590 in San Francisco, $2,280 in Oakland and $2,270 in San Jose, according to the Zumper National Rent Report for April.Just this week, San Jose put a 5 percent cap on rent increases for the 44,000 units covered by the city's rent control law. Earlier this month, the Oakland City Council approved a 90-day moratorium on rent hikes.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
5 Points

Sports Warriors' Varejao, Blazers' Henderson ejected

Henderson shot into the lane and bumped into Varejao, the Warriors' reserve center.Varejao's whipped his left leg back after the bump and tripped Henderson, who didn't take kindly to it and shot back up to confront Varejao."I bumped him, not on purpose," Henderson said of the incident. Eventually, after Varejao had already been substituted out, there was continued discussion across the court and official Monty McCutchen ejected them both."I wasn't looking at the scrum," Kerr said.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
6 Points
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