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you can see plenty of green on live doppler 7hd and flooding is a concern across the bay area. good evening. i'm eric thomas. we have team coverage for the second storm in as many days. drew? >> we are seeing very heavy rain especially in the southern half of the bay area. it is right down to street level. live doppler 7hd. yellows, oranges and reds, fremont, newark, union city. heavy rain is falling at this hour. we'll slide over to mountain view as well as sunnyvale or in and out of the pockets of heavier rain even as we move toward san jose. a pop of yellow around santa clara. we have a flood advisory for the southern half of the bay area.
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there are smaller streams and creeks and areas of poor drainage and we could have flooding overnight. be aware of that. we are picking up on thundershowers. live doppler 7hd and notice the lightning strikes and as we widen out the view there are other thunderstorms off the coast as well. overnight and first thing tomorrow morning, some of the thundershowers may move into the bay area. our storm impact scale, this is a moderate storm. we are tracking the downpours and really the concern overnight is pockets of flooding. really what to expect for the monday morning commute, scattered showers and a chance of thunderstorms and expect a slower commute tomorrow morning as flooding is likely on our area roadways. more storms to talk about in the seven-day forecast. a look at that in a few minutes. eric? >> thank you very much. we pick up our team coverage with abc7 news reporter sergio live in mill valley where there is a lot of water. sergio? >> reporter: the heavier rains may have let up for awhile now, but the standing water
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remains. check this out. look at that. the vehicle went through this massive puddle. we are along the fron taj road -- frontage road in mill valley. it stretches all the way across the street. the steady rains caused a few spots of pooling which caused drivers to slow to a crawl. it caused one of the biggest safety issues. >> you're right. people are crazy. they don't know how to slow down. that's why i have the big truck out today. >> we saw one spinout on highway 101 and the car smashed into the hillside. the rain-slicked streets posed a problem for destiny. she bicycled to work. >> you have to be careful sliding. you don't want to end up on the road. >> the saturated ground caused
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the roots to buckle on this tree so it fell over. a fire department team cut it apart and cleared the roadway. the showers came in waves, but didn't pack the same winds as saturday's storm so most people had a good attitude about the drenching. >> i love seeing the rain. keep it coming. >> dan and nancy say they know it will take a lot of rain to get us out of our year's long drought. so they are happy with the return of umbrella weather. of the creeks and rivers look like they were about to go over their banks. reporting live in mill valley, abc7 news. >> our team coverage continues with abc7 news reporter lilian kim live in san mateo. you have seen a good amount of rain tonight too. >> eric, the rain has been
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relentless on the peninsula. no let up since it started. highway 101 especially dicey right now. we saw the chp conducting round robins in burlingame. chp officers were slowing down traffic to alert motorists of a fender bender ahead. farther south on 101 and highway 92, a scary situation involving a pick up truck that veered off the highway and into a ditch. a photo taken by the san mateo fire department shows the truck submerged in water. luckily the driver got out uninjured. in belmont we saw a flooding going on. the homeowner called the fire department when he realized the water wasn't draining properly. instead it was slowing under his house. something he has never seen happen in his 20 years of living there. >> we came home after shopping at the grocery store and heard a river boo hind our house. that's what we saw.
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>> it was on its way and more problems are likely to develop overnight as the storm continues to make it way through the area. lilian kim, abc7 news. >> thanks, lilian. it took 24 hours to restore power to one east bay neighborhood. abc7 news was on quail ridge road as crews prepared the lines. a large feel fell on to a power pole snapping it in half. 63 customers were in the dark and clean up took all day. the power was restored after 7:00 tonight. i think the arborists will get calls nonstop. >> the tree blocked the only road in and out leaving many people trapped in their homes for several hours. the fire department opened a fire road so they could get in and out. there were delays all day at sfo because of the weather. arriving flights right now are
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delayed an average of 50 minutes. no major delays at oakland or san jose airports. several large trees were ripped out of the ground. abc7 news was at the park where you can see they were lying on their side blocking the trail this afternoon. and we are seeing new images of the sliding hillside at the korean central presbyterian church in daily city. erosion is eating away at the parking lot and the rain is not making things better. these pictures were taken by mike miller, a nearby resident. he believes more parking spots were there in the last few months. the city manager now says crews will start to tear down 320 320esplanade on tuesday. they were originally supposed to tear it down starting tomorrow. lots of snow dumped on the sierra. officials report 31 inches of
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new snow fell in the last 24 hours and more is expected overnight. a winter storm warning is expected and i-80 is closed due to heavy snow. if you are driving up tomorrow, be sure to carry chains. >> your pictures and videos tell the story from flowing creeks to downed trees and ocean swells. whenever you post a picture or video of interesting weather where you live, share it with us on social media using the # abc7 now. that will help find the consent and use it on the air or abc7news.com. >> a fire damaged two apartments. smoke was coming out of the building at university and mcgee avenue before 7:00 p.m. you can see fire crews helping crews out of a window. most residents got out safely on their own. the cause is under investigation. still to come on abc7 news at 11:00. >> when i go they will be
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there waiting for me. >> remembering nancy reagan and the legacy she left behind. and the governor gives his endorsement. who arnold thinks will make the best
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pleasanton and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> let me close with ronnie's words, not mine. never forget your heroic origins and never fail to seek divine guidance and never, ever lose your natural, god given optimism.
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>> she was always by his side. tonight the nation is remembering former first lady nancy reagan. the 94-year-old died at her home in los angeles this morning. her love with her husband was well documented. nancy said her life really began when she married her husband. former reagan administration secretary of state george shultz, now a stanford it will low, knew the first lady as well as anyone in the cabinet. >> i remember a very beautiful, gracious, support for her husband that turned out to be a really giant president, and she was very much a part of it. >> reporter: the first couple had a true hollywood romance. in the early 50s both were young actors. >> i feel it is all my fault. >> reporter: nancy davis gave up acting to become nancy reagan, full time wife and mother. and then later first lady of california. and then the entire nation. >> i, ronald reagan do solemnly swear. >> reporter: she was fiercely protective of her husband and
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didn't care who knew it. for example, this incident when the trouble had -- had trouble answering a question. >> doing everything we can. >> reporter: she could raise eyebrows like the time she consulted an astrologer about the president's schedule after he was the victim of an assassination attempt. mrs. reagan's expensive wardrobe was criticized as was her redecoration of the white house while the nation was in a recession. the nation had mixed feelings about her crusade against drug and alcohol abuse. >> what should you do when someone offers you drugs? >> say no! >> reporter: nancy reagan kept the many love letters from her husband, but this would be the letter that would change her life. a letter in which former president reagan would tell the world he was suffering from alzheimer's disease. nancy became an advocate for research into alzheimer's. president reagan passed away in june of 2004. she again was thrust into the spotlight. >> nancy reagan's coffin will
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lie in state he reagan library so people can pay their reports. funeral services will beheld at the end of the week and she will be buried next to president reagan. the democratic candidates in the presidential race faced off in michigan just two days before that state's primary. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are debating in flint, the city where residents are dealing with lead in their drinking water. both called for the resignation of michigan's governor over the water crisis. we'll hear from the candidates coming up a little later. >> i want john ka is sich to be the next -- john kasich to be the next president of the united states. >> actor and former california governor arnold schwarzenegger endorsed john kasich in what is believed to be the first snap chat endorsement. kasich is a, quote, action hero in his own right. he is take ever on for donald trump on celebrity apprentice this year. right now scientists from the exploratorium are on a
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small island in the pacific ocean waiting for a solar event. it is one of the only places in the world they can watch and record the total lunar eclipse when the sun, moon and earth are in a straight line. they carried 4,000 pounds of gear and spending 22 hours on a plane and another three days on a boat to get there. the total lunar eclipse happens every 18 months, but most people can't see it. we'll bring it to you live as it happens tuesday at 5:30 p.m. and that means world news tonight with david muir will air at 6:30 p.m. and now let's find out where the rain s. drew is here. drew? >> and the rain is coming down in the south bay. live doppler 7hd. we'll get you right to street level around coupe are tino and santa clara. the pops of red and orange on your screen. as we move a little to the north , newark has downpours. these are the pops of red you
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can see on your screen. as we move into livermore even pleasanton. hit and miss downpours at this hour. as we widen out the view it is the have and have knots. as you move north oakland into the north bay and san rafael, it is light rain indicated by the light green on your screen. one storm moved through and it has a lightning strike, but we widen out the picture and there is a lot of activity off the coast. live doppler 7hd showing a lot of moisture that will move through here. a lot of lightning strikes to the south and even to our north. it is not really out of the question that a thundershower could move into the bay area. we are still under a flash flood watch for the next five hours. still the potential is there for any downpour that moves through to cree it a isolated flooding issues. we also have a wind advisory in affect for 4:00 with some gusts as high as 45 miles per hour. along the coast, a high surf advisory in affect until 10:00 on tuesday morning. waves could get as high as 19
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feet. that's an active ocean current and it could lead to beach erosion there. the next couple hours, this is still a two. moderate storm and seeing heavy downpours right now. really the main concern is pockets of flooding in the immediate next three to four hours. so future weather shows you we are tracking the heavy rain in the south bay. also around fremont and livermore. as we go overnight the heavy rain gets out of here. we are going to see a break in the activity 3:00 on monday morning. we will down grade that storm to a one on the storm impact scale of the it will be a light storm for monday morning. we'll have scattered showers and i want to highlight there is the chance for a thunderstorm popping up on monday morning. future weather shows 5:00 in the morning for the monday morning commute. we are tracking the downpours. i would bet on having a slower than normal commute especially where we see areas of ponding on the roadways. the rain continues by 7:00 in the morning and it is mainly south of the golden gate bridge. by 10:00 and after that into
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the afternoon, not out of the question to see a rogue shower pop up. this entire system will get out of here by monday evening and by 7:00 we are drying out our skies. we also have winter weather to talk about. we mentioned this earlier in the show from alta to truckee on i-80 it is completely closed. you can see why. live doppler 7hd tracking heavy snow in this area. we are under a winter storm warning in that area until tomorrow afternoon. here is the reason why. more snow headed their way in the sierra. 13 inches in donner and14 in kirkwood and south lake tahoe could pick up seven inches of snow in the next 12 to 18 hours. back at home, overnight we have heavy downpours and they will subside in the next couple hours. upper 40s to the lower 50s across the board. then highs for your monday. as we head back to work and school in the morning we will have scatter ited showers. they will taper in the afternoon and highs are on the
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cool side. upper 50s to the lower 60s across the region. the accu-weather seven-day forecast shows we will track the showers first thing in the morning on your monday. a one on the storm impact scale. a slight chance north on tuesday. most areas remain dry. by wednesday and into thursday our next storm moves in. on thursday it is a two. and then another chance of showers on sunday. it is a one on our storm impact scale. mike nicco will track the showers tomorrow morning at 4:thirm a.m. >> it will be -- 4:30 a.m. >> it is a busy week. still to come at 11:00, spinning the wheel. we'll show you the competition in the bay area where people could punch their ticket to
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got -- mike nicco got people excited. the wheel mobile is touring the nation and searching for contestants. wheel fans started young. >> how long have you been watching "wheel of fortune"? >> since i was two. no. since as long as i can remember. sitting on my grandparents' floor when they used to baby-sit us and we were watching "wheel of fortune." >> you can watch it right here week nights at 7:30. if the dubs were spinning that wheel they would come up bankrupt. >> they came up bankrupt in a lot of ways. turnovers and missed shots. they clearly missed their wake up call in l.a. will a loss to the wretched
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warriors will wake up at some point, right? maybe tomorrow. down 12. kobe's final game is sweet no look dish to julius randal. kobe with 12 points. air ball from stef? they were four of 30 from downtown. they call him swaggy-p he is upon exiting they stun them 112-95. >> when you shoot four from 30 you are not going to beat anybody. they know they will not win them all and maybe they use them for motivation down the stretch. >> we didn't play hard and we didn't play smart. all in all, it was the lakers' night and they deserved it. i am happy for them. 24 is a good night for them.
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>> this is a night we want to avoid at all costs. we will be all right. >> over the case of 82 games, you don't come in and say we are not going to focus. we are human and it will happen every now and then. sometimes we can't control it. >> they can set another nba record if they beat the magic. that's 45 straight wins at home. reporting in l.a., mike shumann, abc7 sports. >> thank you, shu. to the pitch we go now. the san jose earthquakes are opening a new major league soccer stadium hosting colorado. alberto quintero. his 110th career goal and that's the only goal of the game.
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little emerson saying hi to her daddy. turns out super bowl 50 was peyton manning's last rodeo. the sheriff goes out on top. manning called the broncos yesterday and told them he is retiring. the official word will come tomorrow. after 18 seasons, the five-time mvp and two-time super bowl champion will ride off into a land of probably more tv commercials and likely a spot in network television as a football analyst. abc is 7 sports is brought to you by riverwalk casino. shu mentioned the warriors are facing orlando back at oracle. warriors are still on track for 72-10, in fact a game ahead of the bulls. and ironically the bulls lost game 61 in blowout fashion way back when in 95 and 96. normally they don't have a practice when they have back to backs. he said we will be at shoot around tomorrow morning, and we will be focused.
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>> that will learn you fast. still ahead, hillary clinton and bernie sanders square off in a debate in michigan. the water crisis in flint is taking center stage. >> on the republican side the death of nancy reagan brings a temporary truce on the
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broadcast center, this is abc7 news. >> good evening. i'm eric thomas. in tonight's headlines, happening now there is a flood advisory in affect in san francisco, oakland, san jose and everywhere in between. some of the heaviest is falling on the peninsula where this truck was stuck off fashion island boulevard and highway 92 in san mateo. the driver was not hurt. in the north bay, pooling water off highway 101 slowed
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drivers to a crawl. one car spun out and smashed into the hillside. and a tree fell over blocking the road until firefighters quickly cleared it away. live doppler 7hd shows us the heaviest rain is all of the orange and red you can see there in the south bay. meteorologist drew tuma will interpret that for us. >> you can see live doppler 7hd is busy. we are tracking rain showers out there. live doppler 7hd shows you that san jose is seeing light rain. we'll get you down into gilroy where you can see the yellow and orange and that's heavy rain falling around 101. we did show you sunnyvale and those downpours have moved out to the north. we'll take you to the north and they have moved and are now approaching livermore and pleasanton. we are also showing a scattered downpour about to move into marin county.
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the wider view, what we are showing is there are a couple of showers offshore that will move on shore. but what we are not seeing is the downpours. we'll see more in the way of lighter showers. we do have the flood advisory in affect for the southern half of the bay area until 3:15 in the morning. this is for areas that could potentially see flooding in the poor drainage areas and the small streams and creeks. take note of that. the storm impact scale. we will have the downpours that are exiting in the south bay and now moving into police sen son and livermore. most spots are seeing light rain. the big concern is flooding. your monday morning this is what we are seeing. scattered showers are out there and there is also a chance we could see an isolated thunderstorm pop up in the monday morning commute. plan on it being a slower commute with ponding on the roadways. we'll look at how your monday afternoon is shaping up and more storms in the seven-day forecast in a few minutes. eric? >> thank you a lot. from downed trees to ocean
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swells we have seen great pictures and video from our abc7 news community. when you see unusual weather where you live, take a photo or a video and share it with us using the # abc7 now. the death of nancy reagan with a profound impact and they have a vote for their own party. >> tonight the death of nancy reagan bringing a truce in the republican race for president. >> she was an incredible lady. she was strong -- she was strong and a class act. and i have to tell you, she is now, as she used to say with her ronnie and the lord and it is great. >> front runner donald trump pronouncing mrs. reagan an amazing woman. senator marco rubio calling her a true example of integrity and grace. and senator ted cruz saying she will be remembered for her deep passion for this nation and love for her husband. but amid the tributes a realization
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after last night's contest, the campaign is now moving closer and closer to a two-man race between cruz and trump. >> marco rubio had a very bad night. personally i would call for him to drop out of the race. i think it is time now he drop out of the race. i really think so. [applause]. i think it is probably time. i don't think tonight he can get up and rant and rave and oh he did great. >> super saturday was cruz's biggest night yet. record turnout with wins in kansas and maine and trump took louisiana and kentucky, but with cruz close behind in second. >> i want ted one on one. >> it has to be head to head. >> reporter: tonight senator marco rubio wining in puerto rico adding two dozen delegates and vowing to beat trump in the senator's home state of florida. >> we will win florida and you will find out on march 15th how confident we are. >> he says he is focused on flew flaw, but that's on march
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15th. in tuesday there is voting in four states including michigan and a new poll shows trump with the lead. abc news, new york. politicians and celebrities are reaccount aing to nancy reagan's death. nancy pelosi said our nation mourns the loss of the former first lady of the united states, nancy reagan. she was called a hero. she is with her ronnie now, but those of us who left behind will miss her dearly. bernie sanders says it is a sad day for america. hillary clinton praised nancy's strength of character and her advocacy. democratic presidential candidates clinton and sanders faced off in flint, michigan. the two started off with the crisis there where lead has poisoned the tap water. >> it is raining lead in flint and the state is darrell lict in not -- derilict in not coming forward with the money. >> president sanders would
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fire anyone for not acting appropriately. >> things got testy when the two discussed the wall street bailouts. >> i voted to save the auto industry. he voted against the money that ended up saving the auto industry. >> if you are talking about the wall street bailout where some of crore friends destroyed this this -- where some of your friends destroyed the economy. >> they gave them the lead in michigan's primary. >> tonight the inventor of the modern e-mail has died. ray tomlinson created the first person to person e-mail address in 1971 and the at symbol. he once said he created the e-mail because it seemed like a neat idea. his friends say he was humble and modest and surprisingly not addicted to e-mail. he was 74 years old. still ahead, local students getting a unique
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chance to rock out. >> a behind the scenes look at the oakland school that became the first nonprofessional group to perform the school of rock. >> and looking live outside right now, you can see the rain coming down looking at the bay bridge toll plaza. get used to it. drew is back with a fin
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gatos, this is abc7 news. >> performances of "the school of rock" runs until saturday night. >> andrew lloyd webber adapted "school of rock" into a broadway musical, so popular he wanted a select number of schools in america to perform it too. >> the conditions come that they must be under 18 and we know they have the kids that cannot only act it and sing it , but play instruments as well. >> they say they received a call from san francisco theatrical to see if they were willing to find the first. >> it is so exciting no matter what to have a big name involved in a project like this. >> it is not a daunting task. we are here to do what we were trained to do. >> students have had a few weeks to prepare. they do it themselves from the
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make up and stage design and costumes to playing the instruments. he plays the unruly finn who poses as a substitute teacher at a private school and exposing them to hard rock. >> it is something people kept telling me during the show is, jack, stop thinking about it. do what you would do. >> are you tired? good that's how you should be. >> right now they are undergoing major renovations so the audience won't have access to this part of the theater. instead they will be where all of the action is right here on stage with the performers. in san francisco,ly app melendez -- lyanne melendez, abc7 news. >> a store has its dinosaur back. they were out since mean 75. dino went missing a month ago when the shoe store was closed for renovations. wanted signs
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went up around the neighborhood. the employees say they don't know where he has been. he just showed up on thursday morning before the store opened. it is time for another check on the weather forecast. finding out about the rain. here is drew. >> there are a couple of downpours around the bay area. mainly in the south bay and around gilroy. we'll take you where we are seeing an isolated spotty shower popping up moving into marin county. some light rain in the city of san francisco right now. you notice there is a downpour between milpitas and livermore and it is pushing off to the north and east. this is where the downpours are located. all of this heavy rain is pushing off to the north and east. on the storm impact scale, the next storm is at the tail end of the moderate storm. the future weather as we go hour by hour, watch them go to the east. we get a break in the activity and by 3:00 most are seeing
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cloud cover. a light storm for monday morning and still will see scattered showers and a thunderstorm is possible. future weather hour by hour. 5:00 with some spotty showers popping up. the monday morning commute will be wet by 7:00 in the morning. showers are developing along the coast and the south bay. and then as we get into midmorning and early afternoon a rogue shower, but this system gets out of here by monday evening and we will quiet down the atmosphere. the forecast shows you tomorrow morning we will track the scattered showers and then another storm and then it intensities on thursday. that's a two on the storm impact scale. another chance on sunday. >> a rogue shower. is that a shower for rogues? that's good. larry beil is here with more sports. >> we had a rogue game by the warriors. war -- warriors are back home to play orlando.
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i am guessing they will show up with more intensity because they can't show up with less. how does the best team in the league lose to the lakers? that's next. >> when it happens where you live -- >> the demolition marks the end of a six-year fight. >> the abc7 news team covers your neighborhood. >> enrichment. >> your story. >> 7 on your side is changing the way these guys do business. >> thank god for seven on your side. >> your everything. >> choose the news that matters where you live. choose the team that works for you. >> we love the city.
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the warriors played their murphy's law game in l.a. everything that could go wrong did go wrong. the three point aces who pride themselves on taking care of the ball didn't either. it added up to the first time in regular season history that a team as bad as the lakers now 13 and 51 beat a team as good as the warriors now 55-6. the warriors shoot about 43% from three. steph is shooting 50% beyond 30 feet. how do they go four of 30 from downtown? that's 13.3%. steph was one of 10. clay was 0 for eight.
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they looked so flat and disinterested. even green was not into it. mike shumann caught up to find out what happened out there. >> not the game you were looking for tonight. >> no. it is the coaching staff and the players and it is all of us. the lakers played a great game. we have this wonderful record and having a historic season. it just means we have a target on our back. >> 20 turnovers i think it was. four of 30 shooting from three. maybe this talks about what you are talking about, but it seems like you guys aren't ready 6789. >> we have had plenty of nights where shots haven't gone in. it is pretty simple. if you bring energy and you defend you always have a chance to win.
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at the atlanta game earlier this week it was an example we shot 37% because we competed. we did not compete tonight. >> what is it about professional athletes who are getting paid a lot of money to play this game and they come out flat like that? >> the other guys are i can making money too. everybody in the nba is a great basketball player, even on the bad teams. so if you mess around and give them life and hope it doesn't matter who they are. they are capable of beating them. they are all getting paid a lot of money to play too. >> i have been talking to a lot of guys about a lack of focus coming into the game. you are the heart and soul of the team. how does that happen coming into the game? >> over the course of 82 games, you don't come in and say we are not going to focus. we're human and it is gonna happen every now and then. >> sometimes we can't control it. >> only two players in double figures. it is unlike the warriors.
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everybody was interesting to ouch what. we haven't seen it much this year. >> you have one game like that a year. >> it better be one game a year. 112-95, it can happen on any given sunday. college hoops saint mary's will take on pepperdine in the west coast conference semifinals tomorrow night. gails are 26-4. that should be a lock for the ncaa tournament no matter what. one more win would be nice to remove any and all doubt. tara vandevere could only watch the women's final. oregon state and ucla and the beaverses put the hammer down in the second quarter. she had 21. osu is up 35-17. another rebound and out of my way. put back. oregon state in the second quarter. 23 points and 20 boards.
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they win it 69-57 and their first ever pac-12 tournament title. >> adam scott, boy is is he playing good golf in the past two weeks. here he is on 14. setting up birdie to go 12 under and then take the lead from bubba watson. he beats bubba by a stroke. this victory was worth 1.6 million. for his career it is over $50 million. that's a nice career. a little windy today in vegas for nascar and the cobalt 500. passing kyle bush for the lead there. he then holds off his teammate for the first win in almost a year and his second victory in vegas in three years. jimmie johnson came in third. baseball giants and dodgers the first meeting of the spring. a nice job. the control was there.
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that's all you can ask for. he blasted his first homerun of the spring. here it is and there it goes. had a triple in the game. they came up short and the a's beat the padres a score of 6-5. abc7 sports is brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> so you are a dead fast ball pitcher don't throw a dead fast ball. >> dead fast balls end up out there. >> thanks a lot. drew, you too. thanks for joining us. abc7 news continue
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e seven peopl, lindsay dwyer ran away, changed her name to quinn perkins, and started a new life. previously on "scandal"... the government has failed to prove its case. what the hell?! order. your honor, on what grounds? i said this case is over. (gavel bangs) olivia obviously knows something we don't. the agency took stuff from me. i was young. they made it sound fun. (whirring)

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