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Ron Kroichick

SF Chronicle

Dublin, CA, United States

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  • Houston Chronicle
  • Inside Scoop SF
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Recent articles by Ron:

Warriors’ Steve Kerr says he may change Klay Thompson’s playing time

Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr acknowledged the challenge of blending Klay... → Read More

Steph Curry’s hand injury unlikely to keep him out long, Warriors coach Steve Kerr says

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will not play Sunday night against Minnesota,... → Read More

Warriors make it official: Klay Thompson will return Sunday against Cavaliers

Finally, after more than two and a half years of restlessness and rehabilitation,... → Read More

Warriors’ Steve Kerr officially named head coach of U.S. men’s national team

USA Basketball made it official Monday: Steve Kerr will serve as head coach of the... → Read More

Warriors’ Klay Thompson finds his groove hoisting jump shots in Santa Cruz

As his Golden State Warriors teammates prepared for an early season showdown in Phoenix,... → Read More

Najee Harris’ NFL dream hits reality: Navigating uneasy stardom in Pittsburgh

Even as Antioch High alum Najee Harris savors the trappings of NFL success with the... → Read More

'You get the hell away': Josh Norman's taunting penalty irks Shanahan

San Francisco 49ers cornerback Josh Norman did not endear himself to head coach Kyle... → Read More

Krazy George has joyously been riding The Wave for 40 years

Thanks to an Oakland A’s fan known as Krazy George, “The Wave” rippled around the... → Read More

Giants, Dodgers clash in winner-take-all game with sense of history in the air

The San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers collided in Game 5 of their National... → Read More

Cal alum Max Homa, a big hitter on Twitter, surges in Napa for third PGA Tour win

Max Homa, a Cal alum who won the 2013 NCAA individual championship, pocketed his third... → Read More

Giants' Brandon Belt keeps swinging, and Gabe Kapler goes to bat for him

This might not be visible in the box score, but Giants first baseman Brandon Belt kept... → Read More

Cal alum Collin Morikawa shows he can adapt to fresh challenge in winning Open

Links golf can be a confounding swirl of bedeviling wind, crazy bounces, knee-high hay.... → Read More

NFL, players union strike deal on COVID protocols, lift restrictions for fully vaccinated

The NFL and its Players Association agreed to updated COVID-19 protocols Wednesday for... → Read More

Yuka Saso wins U.S. Women's Open in playoff after Lexi Thompson falters

Lexi Thompson squandered a five-shot lead in the final round of the 76th U.S. Women’s... → Read More

Lucy Li burst onto U.S. Women's Open stage at 11. This time, she's a pro with big goals

Lucy Li, who made a splash on the national stage at age 11, prepares for this week’s... → Read More

Tiger Woods has fresh company: Stanford's Rachel Heck wins NCAA golf title

Rachel Heck, a freshman, became the first Stanford women’s golfer to win the NCAA... → Read More

San Jose State athletic director Marie Tuite reassigned to fund-raising role

San Jose State has reassigned embattled athletic director Marie Tuite, amid an ongoing... → Read More

Willie Mays was young. Jack Nicklaus was even younger, savoring glimpse of Say Hey Kid

In the spring of 1951, a renowned baseball prospect named Willie Mays and the... → Read More

Bay Area native Paula Creamer lands exemption for U.S. Women's Open golf in S.F.

Paula Creamer, a 10-time LPGA Tour winner who lived in the Bay Area until age 14,... → Read More

Najee Harris once was homeless. Now, he's a NFL first-round pick

Antioch High alum Najee Harris, who traced a long, difficult journey to becoming the... → Read More