• Thursday's Sports Scoreboard - 07/30/2015 12:47 PM PDT
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    Cal basketball recruit Jaylen Brown explains decision to sign with Bears

    Jaylen Brown was one of the most sought-after freshmen in the country, and his decision to play for Cal over offers from schools such as Kentucky and North Carolina was a shock in the basketball recruiting world. 
    Oakland Raiders new coaching staff like a morning energy drink
    New Raiders coach Jack Del Rio and his staff an 'electrifying group,' says Oakland cornerbacl T.J. Carrie 

    Terrelle Pryor trying to catch on as wide receiver with Browns
    Terrelle Pryor, a former quarterback with Oakland, has transitioned to wide receiver and will try to win a roster spot with the Cleveland Browns 

    Dallas Cowboys' Darren McFadden starts training camp on injured list
    Cowboys running back Darren McFadden will start training camp on the physically unable to perform list because of a hamstring injury that also bothered the former Raider in the offseason 

    Is Pac-12 inching closer to being on DirecTV?
    AT&T's $49 billion takeover of DirecTV could mean that the Pac-12 Conference will finally get to air its programming on a carrier with 20 million customers.  

    Shark sighting ends swimmer's Golden Gate Bridge-to-Farallones quest
    Corte Madera marathon swimmer Simon Dominguez's quest to become the first person to swim from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Farallon Islands was thwarted Thursday by a great white shark just 3-1/2 miles from his rocky goal.  

    Blue Jays get David Price from Tigers in another blockbuster
    Toronto has acquired All-Star left-hander David Price from the Detroit Tigers, the second major move in less than a week by the Blue Jays as they chase their first postseason appearance since 1993 

    SaberCats assistant Omarr Smith going into Arena Hall
    San Jose SaberCats assistant coach Omarr Smith will be inducted into the Arena Football League Hall of Fame on Thursday; event at Glass House in San Jose. 

    Key Stanford defensive linemen Shittu, Scarlett still hurting
    Cardinal defensive linemen Aziz Shittu and Brennan Scarlett are recovering from injuries and will have to take it slow at the start of training camp 

    SaberCats can clinch home field by beating Arizona Rattlers Friday
    San Jose SaberCats can take a step toward ending Rattlers' Arena Bowl dominance if they beat Arizona to clinch home field advantage for the playoffs. 

    Cleveland Indians trade Brandon Moss to St. Louis Cardinals
    Former A's slugger Brandon Moss traded to Cardinals for minor league pitcher Rob Kaminsky, a first-round pick by St. Louis in 2013 

    Pac-12 football poll: Stanford, Cal at 2 and 3 spots under Oregon
    Stanford was picked second and Cal third in the Pac-12 North in the league's preseason media poll released Thursday. Oregon, the defending champion, received 37 first-place votes to Stanford's eight. 

    Bank of the West Classic: Things to do for fans
    Althea Gibson documentary to be debuted 

    Bank of the West Classic: Powerful IMG puts on tournament
    Women’s pro tennis tourney starts week later this year 

    Bank of the West Classic: NorCal HOF induction brings emotional memories for Jacobson
    Longtime Los Altos Hills resident instrumental in development of match statistics 

    Hitting partners on call at Bank of the West Classic
    WTA pros provided with local talent for warmups 

    Five questions facing the Oakland Raiders
    Oakland Raiders open training camp Thursday in Napa 

    Off-duty Sacramento County Sheriff's deputy attending Giants game detains stabbing suspect near park
    An off-duty Sacramento County sheriff's deputy who was attending a San Francisco Giants game at AT&T Park as part of the team's law enforcement appreciation night on Tuesday helped detain a man suspected of stabbing another man near the ballpark, a San Francisco police spokeswoman said.  

    With Raiders, NFL at table, Alameda County seeks exit from stadium talks
    Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley, who first called for the county to be bought out of its Coliseum holdings two years ago, said eliminating the county from the equation would simplify negotiations with the sports teams and developers. 

    Baseball: Hamels reportedly headed to Texas
    Phillies ace Cole Hamels reportedly headed to Texas Rangers 

    MLB: Tulowitzki homers in Toronto debut
    Troy Tulowitzki homered in his Toronto debut. In his first game since being acquired in a trade with the Colorado Rockies, he went 3 for 5 with two doubles and three RBIs. 

    Sports digest: McIlroy pulls out of WGC-Bridgestone Invitational
    Walton promoted into Gentry's former role on Warriors coaching staff 

    A's lose to Dodgers; Beane talks about change in approach
    General manager Billy Beane explained his flurry of trades last winter in part by saying 'I'm too old to be on a five-year rebuild.'' Then in the middle of trading away starter Scott Kazmir, closer Tyler Clippard and versatile Ben Zobrist over the course of the last week, Beane said 'we're focusing on some guys who are a little further away (from the big leagues).' 

    Starbucks gives ex-NBA star Vin Baker fresh start
    Vin Baker, who battled alcohol problems at end of NBA career, is training to manage a Starbucks franchise in Rhode Island 

    Olympic hockey hero selling 'Miracle on Ice' memorabilia
    Jim Craig, goaltender on U.S. 'Miracle on Ice' 1980 gold medal team, selling American flag, medal 

    Deflategate: Tom Brady says, 'I did nothing wrong'
    Tom Brady took the fight over his 'Deflategate' suspension to social media and federal court on Wednesday, and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft backed the three-time Super Bowl MVP, saying 'I was wrong to put my faith in the league.'  

    Patriots' Bill Belichick in no talking mood after Brady ruling
    New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick more terse than usual at news conference to open NFL training camp 

    Kawakami: Giants might make monster deal
    The Giants are trying to get into every trade conversation they can, working to make a deal -- maybe a monster deal -- that improves the Giants just enough to get back into October to go for their fourth World Series title in six years.