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Here's a look at some things you might have missed in the San Francisco sports world Friday.

Check out this 2015 season preview and prediction for the Giants. (Athlon Sports)

The 49ers are reassessing their draft needs after the first wave of the free agency. (Bleacher Report)

The Warriors have a 5.5 game lead in the Western Conference with 20 games to go. Should they rest their players? (Warriors World)

The A's odds of winning the 2015 World Series are currently 85/1 and they are 12/1 to win the American League pennant. (The Spread)

Two weeks after his latest surgery to repair a torn ligament in his right knee, Sharks forward Raffi Tores is optimistic about his chances to play next season. (San Jose Mercury News)

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