Here are some stories to kick off the week:

∙ The Warriors lost their first game since 2014 to the last-place Phoenix Suns on Sunday. Coach Steve Kerr said that it was "karma" and the team didn't "deserve to win, in terms of execution and energy, connection." [Examiner]

∙ A San Francisco acupuncturist has been indicted on multiple counts of health fraud. Federal prosecutors say 46-year-old Haichao Huang submitted false insurance claims for his patients. [CBS SF]

∙ A woman in an SUV got onto the upper deck of the Bay Bridge Saturday driving the wrong way. The incident happened around 7 p.m., and the woman in her 60s was trying to travel eastbound in the westbound lanes. She may have been suffering from a medical emergency, and pulled over about a mile onto the bridge. [Examiner]

A man armed with a large knife and claiming he wanted to kill a cop was detained at Oakland Airport early Sunday. [NBC Bay Area]

A 70-year-old inmate at Santa Rita Jail in Alameda County was beaten to death, allegedly by his 19-year-old cellmate. [Bay City News]

Tesla is backtracking on a plan to close most of its retail stores, and will now close only about half of them. [CBS SF]

One tech CEO in Mountain View complains to NBC Bay Area about how his Tesla has been broken into 4 times in 18 months in the same city parking lot. [NBC Bay Area]

SF Chronicle architecture critic John King gives us his thoughts on the new hospital on Van Ness, and he finds it "earnest" but "overwhelming" and lacking in color. [Chronicle]

The number of new homes currently for sale in SF is 12 percent higher than at the same time last year, and average price per square foot is about the same. [Socketsite]