We Need a Sports Do-Over 

If a city can reinvent itself, why can't a basketball team?

For more than a century, Oakland has been the region's second city, and has built its identity on that — for lack of a better word — distinction. The sports franchises that call the East Bay home similarly wear chips on their…

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