A reputed street gang member convicted of stabbing San Francisco 49ers player Aldon Smith smiled at his attorneys Monday as a judge in Santa Clara County Superior Court sentenced him to three years of parole.Steven Raymond Barba, 28, in a plea agreement with the District Attorney's Office was allowed to use his time in county jail in San Jose as credit against a three-year sentence in state prison, defense attorney Thanh Ngo said.Barba was convicted last month of stabbing Smith in the leg twice, wounding him superficially, at a party on June 30, 2012 thrown by Smith and his then-roommate, former 49ers tight end Delanie Walker at a rented luxury home outside of East San Jose, prosecutors said.Houston Texans Lineman David Quessenberry, San Jose State Alum, Wages Fight vs. CancerJudge Hector Ramon today imposed two concurrent three-year sentences of parole on Barba for assault with a deadly weapon and being a felon in possession of a firearm.Ramon also sentenced Barba to three years in prison for the two crimes, but noted that Barba would not serve that time due his jail credits as part of a sentencing agreement with prosecutors.Barba spent more than 560 days in county jail and with...