Paul Sakuma/AP PhotoEvgeni Nabokov was traded from the Tampa Bay Lightning to the San Jose Sharks where he will end his career.

Paul Sakuma/AP PhotoEvgeni Nabokov was traded from the Tampa Bay Lightning to the San Jose Sharks where he will end his career.

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

The Giants didn't do very much in free agency during the offseason, so here are some early season expectations. (iSportsWeb)

The 49ers do not have as much draft capital as past years, and they have the 15th pick. Here are their best trade options. (Bleacher Report)

A's fans met old and new players at FanFest on Sunday. Now the team has to work out how all those pieces will fit together. (SF Bay)

Jack Del Rio's staff is a balance of experience and attitude, giving the Raiders one of their most experienced coaching staffs in years. (Golden Gate Sports)

The Sharks have acquired goalie Evgeni Nabokov, who is expected to retire as a member of the team he spent most of his NHL career with. (Yahoo Sports)

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