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The second round of the 2012 Open is set to begin at 7:10 a.m. PT Friday in San Martin, Calif. First round leader Nick O'Hern of Australia, who shot a nine-under Thursday, is scheduled to tee off at 8 a.m.

Kings train in Colorado to build sense of team

The Sacramento Kings are holding their first week of training camp at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo., in an effort to improve conditioning and team camaraderie after last year's locker room disarray.

Wondolowski named September player of the month

San Jose Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski has been named the MLS Player of the Month for the month of September, the league announced Thursday.

Quakes could play MLS Cup at a college stadium

The San Jose Earthquakes are looking at three college stadiums in the Bay Area as potential sites for a MLS Cup game should they qualify for the league's championship match, which is held on Dec. 1.

Thompson looks to increase role in year No. 2

Heading into his second NBA season, Golden State Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson believes his role on the team should increase this year.

Roman remains coy about Kaepernick's trick play

San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman avoided all talk about a potential trick play involving backup Colin Kaepernick lining up at wide receiver when asked about it by the media Thursday.

NFC West gets more congested with Arizona loss

The Arizona Cardinals fell, 17-3, to the St. Louis Rams on Thursday night, snapping their four-game win streak and halting the most surprising storyline so far in the NFL season. Here are the division's updated standings.

Will Zito earn a spot in the playoff rotation?

San Francisco Giants pitcher Barry Zito's play on the field lately has likely earned him a spot in the team's postseason rotation.

Warriors GM Bob Myers talks about the 2012 season

Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers sat down with the media Thursday and discussed a realm of different topics, including just where he thinks the team stands heading into the 2012 season, expectations for Stephen Curry and more.

Stanford's offense disappoints against Washington

Scott Allen, a writer at SB Nation's Stanford blog Rule of Tree, broke down last night's loss, and for Cardinal fans, the analysis isn't pretty.