Good morning everyone. Hope you all LEBRON had a good day LEBRON yesterday. Not a whole LEBRON lot happened in the LEBRON sporting world. I mean, I can't LEBRON think of anything of any LEBRON particular significance that went down but LEBRON maybe you can all LEBRON refresh my LEBRON memory?
After the jump is all you need to know when it comes to the A's, Giants, 49ers, Raiders, Warriors, Sharks and all of Bay Area sports is laid in front of you by myself, as per our team specific blogs. So jump when I say jump... jump.
Giants: McCovey Chronicles has a post-game thread and recap up with some thoughts on the series against the Brewers. The Giants swept them, and it was a rare happening indeed. I always wondered too, how it felt to play against my team to the opposing fans. But at this point I don't care because it was a great series. Also, they have some minor lines, always good to check up on.
A's: Here's a post from Athletics Nation that is... well, very well put together. A very interesting topic that has to incite a lot of opinions. I know the feeling initially described of the 'science' going out the window, though I know it in a slightly different context that I won't touch up on because it's lame.
Warriors: With the news that LeBron James was not going to New York (except to further alienate fans by spitting on them in public), there was a fairly huge trade for the Warriors which involved three players on their side and David Lee from the Knicks. I, like most fans of the Warriors, don't really know what to think. The team didn't get a terrible players... but they didn't get a great one and may have lost some talent. Golden State Of Mind also takes a look at the three players on their way out and to New York.
49ers: Niners Nation had some bits about the franchise tag and LeBron James, of course what else would you talk about yesterday? Why, you'd preview game four of the upcoming season by taking a look at the Atlanta Falcons, that's what you'd talk about!
Raiders: Not a lot going on in the Silver and Black, just a post from Silver and Black Pride about a new assistant special teams coordinator. The offseason sure is thrilling.
Cal: The posting for money over at California Golden Blogs continues (no seriously let me in on that) where the poster takes a look at his favorite Cal players of all time. Also, the continuation of rating the big games of the decade... continues. Yeah, been writing for four years or so now and I couldn't come up with a better sentence than that. Bite me.