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Stories from Robert Rubino

In the opener of a recent three-game series at Oakland, baseball aficionados could cheer for two of today’s littlest players.
The former Giants jack-of-all-trades, who died earlier this year, should be more than an answer to a rather denigrating trivia question.
Within his greatness as a fighter, there were enough metaphorical slips, clinches and low blows to make him a hero in a truly classic sense: flawed.
If the Warriors repeat as NBA champions, LeBron James will have surpassed Wilt Chamberlain as a top 10 player in league history with the most Finals defeats.
If you’re a Warriors fan of a certain age, you might be haunted by what happened 40 years ago.
More discerning boxing fans likely see the boxer as a variation on so many former champions before him.