Golden State Warriors

When the San Francisco 49ers face the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV, they will have a chance to round off an incredible decade for Bay Area sport in style. The 2010s has seen three World Series trophies and three NBA titles come to the Bay, with the 49ers and San Jose Sharks also enjoying postseason positives alongside the dominance enjoyed by the San Francisco Giants and Golden State Warriors. Sunday's showpiece in Miami, which brings to an end a magnificent 2019 season for the 49ers, will mark the 11th championship decider to feature a Bay Area team since 2010.

Following is a summary of current sports news briefs. UEFA tells teams not to play where women can't watch European football's governing body (UEFA) said on Tuesday it would tell member clubs and national teams not to play games in countries where women do not have full access to stadiums. UEFA's ruling executive committee agreed that it would "recommend to its 55 national associations and all European clubs not to play matches in countries where women have restricted access to stadiums".

Forbes released its annual NBA franchise valuations back in February, and the Warriors ($3.5 billion) checked in at No. behind the Lakers ($3.7 billion) and Knicks ($4 billion). On Monday, the publication issued its "The World's 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams 2019" report and Golden State is in the Top 10: 1) Dallas Cowboys = $5 billion 2) New York Yankees = $4.6 billion 3) Real Madrid = $4.24 billion 4) Barcelona = $4.02 billion 5) New York Knicks = $4 billion 6) Manchester United = $3.81 billion 7) New Englad Patriots = $3.8 billion 8) Los Angeles Lakers = $3.7 billion 9) Golden State Warriors = $3.5 billion 10) New York Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers = $3.3 billion As Forbes wrote in Febru...

Saquon Barkley praises Kevin Durant, picks Raptors over Warriors in NBA Finals originally appeared on In the NFL offseason, New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley is moonlighting as an NBA analyst. At his youth football camp in New Jersey on Sunday, the No. pick in the 2018 NFL Draft told reporters he doesn't like the Warriors' chances against the Toronto Raptors if Kevin Durant continues to miss time with a strained right calf.

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green has called the suspensions handed down by the NBA after the scuffle in the Los Angeles Lakers and Houston Rockets game "garbage". The Lakers' Brandon Ingram received a four-game ban, while team-mate Rajon Rondo was given a three-game penalty and Rockets point guard Chris Paul's punishment was two games.