The 11-game regular-season television schedule was released Friday afternoon. All games will air live at 7 p.m. each Thursday on KVMY (My LV TV).
Golden State is no longer in its customary position as favorites to win the NBA title as it enters an uncertain offseason with injuries to two of its star players who may not even return to the team.
The former Durango High standout, a four-star recruit who played the 2018-19 prep season in Los Angeles, is the first player in the 2020 class to commit to the Rebels.
The second-year player has the job locked up, but Johnny Townsend and rookie A.J. Cole are competing to be Oakland’s punter, with Townsend favored to win the battle.
The undefeated German heavyweight will be fighting in the United States for the first time when he steps into the ring Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden.
Pat Bowlen, the Denver Broncos owner who transformed the team from also-rans into NFL champions and helped the league usher in billion-dollar TV deals, has died.
Sheldon Neuse and Skye Bolt each drove in a pair of runs to back a strong outing by left-hander Tyler Alexander as the Aviators beat the Nashville Sounds 9-4 on Thursday night in Pacific Coast League play before 10,434 at First Tennessee Park.
Bay Area fans came to pay respects and support the Warriors in Oakland one final time before the franchise moves to a newer, shinier home in San Francisco next season.
Kawhi Leonard raised his arms high in triumph and celebrated Canada’s first NBA championship.
The power forward, ranked No. 63 in the junior class by ESPN, announced his commitment via Twitter on Thursday night.