Dieter Kurtenbach, East Bay Times

Dieter Kurtenbach

East Bay Times

Alameda, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • East Bay Times
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • Daily Bulletin
Past:
  • Vallejo Times-Herald
  • Daily Breeze
  • ChicoER
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • Vacaville Reporter
  • Pioneer Press
  • Marin IJ
  • Times-Standard
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • O.C. Register
  • and more…

Recent articles by Dieter:

Warriors 3 Things: Golden State was reminded of an old lesson vs. Thunder

The Warriors didn’t play their best game Tuesday, but they’re 4-0 and wiser after the latest win. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Kyle Shanahan is embarrassing himself by continuing to back Jimmy Garoppolo

San Francisco 49ers: Kyle Shanahan is going to go back to Jimmy Garoppolo in Week 8. The reasons why are more ridiculous than ever. → Read More

Warriors 3 Things: What we learned in the Dubs’ win over the Kings

Gary Payton II and assistant coach Kenny Atkinson show why they’re on the team. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Does 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan still want to be here?

San Francisco 49ers: Kyle Shanahan has been anything but inspiring this season. It's enough to make Dieter Kurtenbach wonder if the head coach wants to keep his job. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Does 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan still want to be here?

Kyle Shanahan’s fire is gone. So is his elite play-calling on the offensive end. Losing is tough, but it’s all enough to make one wonder. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Studs and duds from the 49ers’ embarrassing 30-18 loss to the Colts

San Francisco 49ers: Kyle Shanahan and Jimmy Garoppolo turned in their worst performances of the year in a Niners loss that portends another lost season in Santa Clara. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Studs and duds from the 49ers’ embarrassing 30-18 loss to the Colts

Kyle Shanahan and Jimmy Garoppolo turned in their worst performances of the year in a Niners loss that portends another lost season in Santa Clara. → Read More

Warriors 3 Things: There’s nothing in sports like a Steph Curry flurry

Golden State Warriors 115, Los Angeles Clippers 113: Stephen Curry's incredible performance served as a reminder that he's still at the top of his game. Plus: what's up with Jordan Poole's airballs? → Read More

Warriors 3 Things: There’s nothing in sports like a Steph Curry flurry

Stephen Curry’s incredible performance served as a reminder that he’s still at the top of his game. Plus: what’s up with Jordan Poole’s airballs? → Read More

Kurtenbach: The 49ers are going to spend another week in purgatory

Jimmy Garoppolo is going to start against the Colts in Week 7, leaving fans with a mediocre present and a delayed future. → Read More

Warriors 3 Things: Golden State set a tone for the season in an impressive win vs. LeBron and the Lakers

Golden State Warriors vs. Los Angeles Lakers: Jordan Poole and Nemanja Bjelica picked up Steph Curry as the Warriors beat LeBron James and Russell Westbrook's Lakers with a highlight-filled second-half run → Read More

Warriors 3 Things: Golden State set a tone for the season in an impressive win vs. LeBron and the Lakers

The Warriors looked the part of a contender in the season opener. The Lakers? Well, they looked like pretenders. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Three non-Klay keys to the Warriors’ 2021-22 season

These other, in some cases forgotten, storylines will also define the Warriors’ 2021-22 season. → Read More

Kurtenbach: A fair and realistic expectation for the Golden State Warriors

The Warriors should have a retro (and winning) vibe during the 2021-2022 NBA season writes columnist Dieter Kurtenbach. → Read More

Kurtenbach: How do the SF Giants recreate magic? There’s an easy place to start

SF Giants offseason: San Francisco's first responsibility should be to bring back Buster Posey, Brandon Belt, and Kris Bryant. → Read More

Kurtenbach: How do the SF Giants recreate magic? There’s an easy place to start

The Giants need to take a step back to move forward. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Wilmer Flores’ bad checked swing call should force MLB to change the rules

SF Giants - LA Dodgers: The SF Giants lost after a final out came on a Wilmer Flores strikeout → Read More

Kurtenbach: A bad call, yes, but there’s no debate that SF Giants’ offense wasn’t good enough to beat the LA Dodgers

A bad check-swing call ended the game, but the Giants lacked the big-time hitters to beat the Dodgers all series. → Read More

Kurtenbach: A bad call, yes, but there’s no debate that SF Giants’ offense wasn’t good enough to beat the LA Dodgers

A bad check-swing call ended the game, but the Giants lacked the big-time hitters to beat the Dodgers all series. → Read More

Vin Scully calls Game 5 the ‘most important’ SF Giants-Dodgers game ever

SF Giants - LA Dodgers Game 5: Broadcasting great Vin Scully weighed in on the history of this great rivalry with a few tweets ahead of the pivotal NLDS game. → Read More