http://www.adonalfoyle.com'Ringleader' Adonal Foyle, who has peculiar ideas about literacy and democracyAccording to the Wall Street Journal, the sleepy Bay Area community of Orinda is at the center of an international book trafficking ring led by foreign recruits to the National Basketball ... More >>
J.D. McCarthy basketball cardRick Barry was in his heyday the last time you could plink down eight bucks to watch the WarriorsThe Golden State Warriors are losing two-thirds of their games, many of the team's most promising players are wearing business suits while sitting on the injured reserve, ... More >>
2010 is gonna be a busy year for local producer whiz Amp Live. He has a new album coming out that I'm chomping at the bit to hear (check the first video, a great number about an android dude who steals styles called "Gary is a Robot," here). And he's just announced a new Internet radio station, B ... More >>
Another lump of coal in the Warriors' stockingYesterday's unloading of malcontent guard Stephen Jackson was the latest installment of a longtime Golden State Warriors tradition: Sending talented and disgruntled stars out of town for mere cents on the dollar. But how bad was it compared to the tea ... More >>
If your physique reminds people of this man, a life of strong-arm robberies is not in your futureA man with a body type particularly ill-suited for blending into a crowd was arrested Sunday for allegedly attempting to rob and extort a club promoter in North Beach. The promoter said a pair of men ... More >>
G. MiguelYeah, it's big.Following a Hall of Fame-size career in the NBA, Golden State Warriors legend Nate Thurmond opened Big Nate's Barbeque in SOMA more than a decade ago, serving up a simple menu of Southern barbecue that hasn't really changed since then. The meat selection is straightfor ... More >>
No worries, Basil. It's 'fair use!' In the past few years, it seems the powers that be have found so many devious new ways to restrict our freedoms. They're reading our e-mails, listening to our phone calls, and calling up incessantly to try to get us to donate to their "Police Athletic Leagues" ... More >>
Don't name your shoes after this man without asking him firstAs a scintillating scorer with the Golden State Warriors and four other NBA teams, World B. Free was no stranger to knocking down seemingly impossible shots in the face of swarming defenders. Well, it's an apt metaphor for the retired bask ... More >>
Academy of Arts new sports program is about spirit, marketing — and the chance to break even more rules.
Tear your knee, wrench your back, pirouette, and bow: dancing at the San Francisco Ballet.
Warrior and music lover
Can pro basketball's second-winningest coach put the Warriors back on the warpath? Don't count him out too quick.
NBA 2K7 towers over the competition
He can defend and fly with the best of them. But can the rookie straight out of high school stick in the NBA?
Basketball's big guy
Under new basketball coach Jessie Evans, USF quickly exits the NIT. But it looks like there's more -- and better -- to come.
Things we were obsessing about on March 2, 2005
When the mayor doesn't show for his acting debut in the Tenderloin, the TL steals the scene
"Hook" Mitchell -- the best there ever was, before he went to prison -- and the redemptive power of basketball
Big Nate's BBQ
We look beyond the buzz to get to the bottom of British MC Dizzee Rascal's phenomenal rise to fame
Week of Wednesday, February 25, 2004
"We'll analyze without prejudgment ... and reject ideologues of whatever stripe."
Aptos statistics geek Roland Beech just might change how the NBA plays -- and you watch -- basketball
The Positive Coaching Alliance asks hard-bitten coaches to fill out workbooks and recite management jargon. It also has them saying things like, "I want to go back and relive my childhood and be coached like this."
Eric Musselman, Golden State Warriors
Bob Fitzgerald and Jim Barnett
An Exclusive Look at Secret Plans for Revolutionary Change in San Francisco Television News
In answer to the Chronicle, we submit our own list of things that make us cry
Garry St. Jean
Golden State Warriors
Willie Brown to S.F.: You're racist. Racist racist racist racist racist racist racist. Biased, too.
Meet John Cox, a USF swingman who is a cousin and friend to Kobe -- and quite at home with his own game and his own life
In the middle of another catastrophic season, the Golden State Warriors refuse to face the probability that they're as bad as they seem
A measured look at the serious policy implications of recent changes in San Francisco newspaper ownership
Once considered just another L.A. rock casualty, former Thelonious Monster leader Bob Forrest returns to the land of the living with the Bicycle Thief
Everyone loves the 49ers. But even love has its limits. Are taxpayers willing to subsidize millionaire owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr.'s dreams of a new stadium when economists say it's a bad deal