Rick Scuteri/AP Photo49ers LB Patrick Willis will be the star of his own mobile game.

Rick Scuteri/AP Photo49ers LB Patrick Willis will be the star of his own mobile game.

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

49ers linebacker Patrick Willis will be the star of his own mobile video game. (Sports Illustrated)

The Warriors seem to be having a pretty good time during a Jazz time out during last night's game. (Deadspin)

Charles Johnson, the Giants' largest shareholder, is being sued for fraud. (Biz Journals)

On this day in 1965 the 76ers acquired Wilt Chamberlain from the Warriors. (The Daily World)

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