• Tuesday's Sports Scoreboard - 12/01/2015 07:46 AM PST
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    San Jose State lands 5 players on all-Mountain West teams

    San Jose State stars Tyler Ervin, Billy Freeman and Michael Carrizosa named to all-Mountain West first team with Wes Schweitzer and Christian Tago second-team selections.  
    Warriors' Kerr still feels symptoms, leave remains indefinite
    Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr says his leave of absence remains indefinite as he still gets headaches as a result of a spinal fluid leak after offseason back surgery.

    Tiger talks a sad game as he slowly recovers from surgery
    14-time majors champ asks `where is the light at the end of the tunnel? 

    Cal coach Sonny Dykes interviewing for Missouri opening
    Golden Bears coach Sonny Dykes was in Denver Tuesday interviewing with Missouri athletic director Mack Rhoades about replacing Gary Pinkel at the SEC school. 

    Spieth looking forward to some good barbeque
    Defending Masters champ is sorting out a menu for dinner witih past winners in Augusta 

    Tears flow for Leafs' rookie after shutout
    With mom in the stands, Sparks becomes first Toronto goalie with scoreless debut 

    Cal's Jared Goff, Kenny Lawler are first team All-Pac-12
    Cal Golden Bears quarterback Jared Goff and receiver Kenny Lawler are first team All-Pac-12 selections.

    San Jose Earthquakes decline options for six players
    San Jose Earthquakes start making offseason changes by declining options for six players but hope to renegotiate contract with English defender Jordan Stewart. 

    McCaffrey among six Stanford players on all-Pac-12 team
    Cardinal quarterback Kevin Hogan is a second-team selection. 

    A bug's life: Chamberlain signs with Indians
    Reliever has chance to return to the scene of his insect-fueled 2007 collapse 

    Warriors' Luke Walton is NBA Western Conference Coach of the Month
    Golden State Warriors interim coach Luke Walton, who led the team to a 19-0 November, is the NBA’s Western Conference Coach of the Month, but the victories are still credited to Steve Kerr.

    Warriors get into tweet war with Utah writer
    The Golden State Warriors' Draymond Green, Stephen Curry and Andrew Bogut got into a bit of a Twitter war with a writer covering the Utah Jazz Tuesday after Monday's 106-103 Golden State win over the Jazz. 

    Crew that worked 49ers game moved from Sunday's prime time slot
    NFL makes minor changes after San Francisco-Arizona officiating issues raise both team's ire 

    Missouri governor meets with Rams owner to try and keep team from moving
    St. Louis joins Oakland and San Diego in facing possibility of losing its NFL franchise 

    Roethlisberger injury underscores problems with NFL concussion protocols
    Union, league concerned that spotters didn't spot issues with Steelers QB after he was hit 

    76ers rookie Okafor gets security guard
    Former Duke star has made too many of the wrong headlines 

    Stanford's Christian McCaffrey slips in Heisman Trophy polls
    Christian McCaffrey's pursuit of the Heisman Trophy has stalled, at least for the moment, according to two national polls 

    Candlestick Park's patron saint to go into storage for now
    Likeness stood watch over now-demolished Candlestick Park 

    NFL: Ravens stun Browns on blocked FG return
    Will Hill returned a blocked field goal 64 yards for a touchdown as expired, giving the Baltimore Ravens a 34-27 win Monday night over the luckless Cleveland Browns, who lost their sixth straight game along with starting quarterback Josh McCown.

    College basketball: Top-ranked Kentucky gets by without Ulis
    Isaiah Briscoe scored 18 points, Jamal Murray added 16, and No. 1 Kentucky overcame a sluggish first half to pull away from visiting Illinois State 75-63 on Monday night.  

    Sports digest: USC will keep Helton as head coach
    America's Cup skipper suffers serious injury 

    Warriors hold on for 19th straight win
    Stephen Curry scored 26 points, and the Warriors weathered one of their toughest challenges of the season to beat the Utah Jazz 106-103 Monday night and extend their season-opening win streak to 19 games.

    Cal, Stanford tennis players picked for international tournament
    Cal tennis player Maegan Manasse and coach Amanda Augustus will represent the United States in the 10th annual Master'U BNP Paribas international collegiate tournament Dec. 4-6 in Rennes, France; Stanford player Tom Fawcett also was selected to participate. 

    Live updates: Warriors beat Jazz in last minute to keep strike alive
    The NBA champion Golden State Warriors are now battling to try to stay unbeaten to start the season, facing the Jazz tonight. 

    Sharks' Couture close to returning from injury
    The fractured right fibula at the ankle that San Jose Sharks center Logan Couture suffered over six weeks ago is close to being fully healed; But there's also the matter of improving his on-ice conditioning, his timing and his mental state.

    Sizing up Stanford's postseason possibilities
    Stanford's football team (10-2) faces several potential outcomes for its season, depending on its Pac-12 title game against USC and on what happens in other games this week. 

    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. 

    Raiders' Del Rio dismisses officiating issue
    Raiders coach Jack Del Rio doesn't see the point in talking about a gift from the officials that led to his team's victory over the Tennessee Titans. Oakland's remaining schedule is too challenging to focus on what's in the past.

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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.