Indians shut out Cubs to take 1-0 World Series lead

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber throws during the fifth inning of Game 1 of the Major League Baseball World Series against the Chicago Cubs Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

Spurs look like real super team in opening rout of Warriors – USA Today
There was a super team at Oracle Arena on Tuesday night, all right: the San Antonio Spurs.

The league’s resident cockroaches spoiled the debut of the Golden State Super Villains on Tuesday, dominating the season opener 129-100 at Oracle Arena and sparking at least three days of debate about whether their embarrassment of riches will fit into just one treasure chest.

AUDIO: Fred Maas: “We’re Seeing Some Solid Movement, I Like Where We Are Today”
Chargers Special Adviser on their downtown stadium Fred Maas joined Scott and BR to update them on the progress of Ballot Measure C, why Dean Spanos hasn’t gone to LA with his options and what happens if the measure passes.

Corey Kluber’s masterful Game 1 effort shows why Indians are so dangerous – Sports Illustrated
Corey Kluber’s dominant performance in the World Series opener exposed a weakness in the Cubs’ offense that the Indians’ staff can exploit and reminded everyone just how good the ace can be.

AUDIO: Herm Edwards “You Don’t Want To Play Chargers If You’re In That Division Right Now”
NFL analyst Herm Edwards on why the Chargers are a dangerous team, how you measure a good defense and why the NFL and Giants botched the Josh Brown mess from the start.

Chris Hansen Offers To Build Seattle An NBA Arena Without Public Funding – Deadspin
Hansen is still trying to build an arena in the SoDo neighborhood, which is adjacent to where the Mariners and Seahawks play, and today, he wrote a letter to the mayor pledging to finance the whole thing himself, along with three partners.

VIDEO: Melvin Gordon On Big Win, Chargers Fans & TD’s, Mebane On Feeding Rivers
Melvin Gordon on a big win for the Chargers, leading NFL running backs with 10 TD’s and the vocal support of fans; Brandon Mebane on why Philip Rivers is like Kobe Bryant.

Giants release Josh Brown after domestic violence admission – ESPN
The New York Giants released kicker Josh Brown on Tuesday, days after his admission that he abused his wife became public. The team said that it was “misguided” in its previous attitude toward Brown.

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Craig Elsten recaps the Gulls win over the Texas Stars and breaks down the strong play by some of the team’s younger players.

 

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