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Now displaying: February, 2016
Feb 29, 2016

Stephen Curry was absolutely spectacular this week, hitting a buzzer-beater to beat Oklahoma City -- but there was oh so much more. Curry has scored 40-plus points in three straight game, and the Warriors have an absolutely incredible 53-5 record.

They are the talk of the sports world and people can't get enough of them ... and him. Except, apparently, Oscar Robertson. Recently Robertson made comments that were critical of the defense that is being played in the NBA nowadays, and how some of that incompetence helps Curry.

Sal and Steiny talk about Robertson's comments and what motivates someone from his generation, and with his stature, to criticize the best player in the game today? Or did he really criticize Curry when you examine his words?

It also appears as though Coliin Kaepernick has played his last game for the San Francisco 49ers ... or has he?

Feb 11, 2016

Super Bowl 50 is over, and the Bay Area is back to normal. Sal and Steiny talk about the Super Bowl and various aspects of it. Castaneda, who also moonlights at KTVU-TV, had an incredible schedule during the week, going back and forth from Oakland to San Francisco to such a degree it forced him to miss a lot of parties.

So, how did San Francisco do? Was it an unmitigated success or was it the nightmare some envisioned? And if there were those who weren't into the Super Bowl being in the Bay ... why not?

Of course, the boys also talk about the Warriors, who are just a joke at this point. They're heading into the All-Star break with a 48-4 record -- only the best first half of an NBA season of all-time. They're incredible and the guys talk about them.

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