Mar 11, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors small forward Harrison Barnes (40) drives in against the New York Knicks during the third quarter at Oracle Arena. The Golden State Warriors defeated the New York Knicks 92-63. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Bay Area Buzz 3/26: Good Morning Folks

Good morning,

This is the first edition of a daily post we will be doing each and every morning, chronicling the best articles out there on the web regarding Bay Area sports.

Harrison Barnes Calls Out Warrior Fans on Twitter 

Wait, Harrison I think you’re mistaken. The Warriors played at home in their home white jersey’s . . . oh, I see what you’re doing. That might be have to be categorized under the harsh but true, or ballsy thing to tweet out by a rookie category.

– LASportsHub

Pablo Sandoval Gives Himself Two Seasons Before He’s Forced to Confront Weight Issues

Sandoval does not hit like a madman because he’s fat. It could be argued he’s fat because he hits like a madman – because his success in spite of his weight gives him little motivation to shed it, and because his bat makes him a hero in his native Venezuela where he returns annually and comes back heavier, and because this character he plays, the silly Kung Fu Panda, doesn’t fly for a skinny guy


Why the 49ers May be Interested in Pat White

There’s also a chance that Harbaugh sees White as a low-risk, high-reward guy he can develop into a viable NFL quarterback. Also, a formation with Kaepernick in the pistol and White directly behind him as the “halfback” would cause problems for opposing defenses. If White is truly ready to contribute with the same physical tools he had a few years ago, that could actually be pretty ridiculous. But with the 49ers hoping Kaepernick takes every snap from center in 2013 and Tolzien still in the team’s plans, a conventional third quarterback wouldn’t do much next season other than hold down a roster spot. So why not use that spot to help their defense?


Raiders Reached Stalemate with Carson Palmer? 

This means a straight pay cut is the only way. After Palmer worked with the team last year to lower the cap figure, he has every right to stand pat and expect the team to honor the deal they struck with him. Players rarely ever take straight pay cuts, especially those who have nothing to lose if they don’t.


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