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remember, steph is healthy this year, draymond green will be playing, last year suspended for game five. you have the kevin durant factor, he is averaging over 30 points per game in this series. he will be a force to be reckoned with. you have lebron on the other side and you can feel all kinds of excitement building this evening. we have a story about a fan that paid over $130,000 for two courtside tickets. we will get into that later. and we go to other fans who paid less to get into game 5. >> reporter: behind me, the friendly confines of oracle arena and nothing better for fans than home sweet home. in and around oakland you have to be color blind to miss the wearing of blue and gold.
that's one advantage home turf brings a team. >> it's going to happen. they wanted to win at home. >> reporter: we're on washington street a couple blocks from warrior headquarters where we found a sense of home turf championship history in the air. do you know last time a team won on home turf? in 1970 the oakland as beat the dodgers. it's been that long. >> if the warriors win tonight it will be crazy in the streets. >> reporter: meantime outside oracle arena, no rush to get in yet and gold t-shirts waiting, all extra large and people are still working. these cameras are pointed at every angle. some belong to carlos gonzalez and his colleagues estimates they will snap 90,000 pictures.
if confetti falls, will you have an angle for that? they will be in colors. >> home turf, home advantage, warriors strong. >> reporter: abc7 news. a lot of people hoping they enjoy some confetti and perhaps a little champagne. we don't have rain slickers. we have to buy some to get ready. for what happens tonight, game 5. we have the dubs on 7 pregame show brought to you by jeep coming up at 5:00 with mike shumann, yours truly, mark spears, donald foil, a special cameo by jalen rose getting set for his own show on espn. a cast of thousands literally. nba countdown at 5:30 and the tip off to our game tonight, game 5 of the nba finals, pregame at 5:30, tip off at 6:00, exclusively here on abc7. should be a very big night.
>> don't ruin that suit, larry. >> thanks. >> reporter: i'll have mike shuprotect me. >> if you want to get a seat at oracle, we checked stub hub the lowest price for a single seat is $650. that's nothing compared to what one person dished out. one person paid $133,000 on ticketmaster for two floor seats that belonged to a season ticket holder. the fees alone cost $17,000 and they had a face value of $3,000 each. you can get much more on the game including celebrities sitting courtside in the last game at abc7news.com. >> more on the warriors later. let's move on. new details about the stabbing of a teenage boy last friday. today, police identified the
suspect as 44-year-old nelson tolentino, a south san francisco man unknown to police. melanie is live. you also spoke with the victim's parents today. >> reporter: we did by they are stunned and we are respecting his parents' wishes to keep his identity private as he heals from this unexpected attack. this is the man san jose sheriff's office says stabbed a 13-year-old with a pocketknife. by phone, the teen's father said he was stabbed seven times, four in one arm, three in another as he used his arms to protect his body from 44-year-old nelson tolentino. the teen had never seen him
before. it's not clear why he attacked him. the teenager was released from the hospital saturday but will return for surgery. >> i seen it on instagram with my friends. i was shocked. >> reporter: this college student said he's been coming to the library for years and has seen him sitting outside. >> never bothered nobody. keeps to himself. i never expected it with him. >> reporter: the sheriff's office says nelson is a resident and stuck around after the attack. he will be arraigned tuesday. the district attorney's office says he had a string of drug possession cases since march. the teenager's family says that are especially grateful to the sheriff's office and first responders who reacted in under a minute since they have a substation next to the library. abc7 news. san francisco police are investigating the death of a man in mission terrace neighborhood
at alemany boulevard and santa rosa avenue. it was a serious injury but not a gunshot wound and investigating the death as a possible homicide. this is 39-year-old suzanne hernandez. she is charged in the death of a 73-year-old kuiper tino woman. friends found her body inside her home on south tantau avenue. the murder is still under investigation. deputies believe hernandez and the victim were strangers. one of the two defendants in the ghost ship fire case made his first court appearance today. max harris was charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter, one for each of those killed. the collected rent and mediated disputes between people living in the warehouse. the ghostship founder and he were accused of knowingly and
acting recklessly. there were chain requirements this morning, that's how much snow was on the ground. half a foot in some areas. >> mid-june. really nice day in fact. sandy patel is here with the forecast. >> the forecast is an all important one tonight for game 5. cavs and warriors at oracle arena. 65 degrees tonight. tonig it will be breezy but the temperature let's hope they close it out. below normal, low 60s to mid-70s. if you are stepping out, look for breezy comprehensive. patchy clouds to -- breezy conditions and patchy clouds to
start out your morning. temperatures in the low 60s to low 80s. get ready for hot weather. i'll be back with an hour-by-hour forecast. let's look at the detailed forecast showing you the heat. >> thanks. be careful out on the water, that's the advice of park rangers who warn as temperatures rise rivers in california are swelling because of the massive snow pack melt. a few including the kings river in california have been closed. rangers say the powerful moving water brings people in for selfies and swimming but urging people to be extremely cautious. work begins this week to shore up when coyote river flooded in february. the workers knew it was rising much more quickly than earlier indicated. issues were reported 24 hours before the city actually
evacuations. >> you're looking at video from drone view 7 from the gap in alhambra valley road. it washed out in january and cut off a link with elmartinez. a driver lost control in a shopping center parking lot. an elderly woman clipped her car, parked outside her store. when she came out to deal with that accident, the driver hit the gas doing donuts in the parking lot before taking out a pole. firefighters were working late to shore up that building. police escorted the driver from the building. witnesses say she appeared to be shaken but okay. changes at super. the shake-up having an effect at the very top. who's out and who could soon be taking a break from the company.
never has there been a president who's passed more legislation and done more than we have done. president trump holds a cabinet meeting but it isn't the only big news at the white house today. two front issues today. and the cast of "hamilton" at tonight's warriors game. what you will see if you watch that game. >> we take a look inside oracle arena. lebron shooting now. warriors and cavs getting ready for game 5.
sexism and sexual harassment at san francisco headquarters. there could be another shoe to drop with the ceo. here's david louie. >> reporter: as fast as passengers jump into uber vehicle, you'd hardly know it's in turmoil. the vice president departed after they accepted a list of recommendations from former u.s. attorney general eric holder. uber has been rocked by accusations it has fostered a climate of sexism and sexual harassment. the status of the ceo has been unclear. they have been guided by venture capitalists and a board of directors who bring however finance professor says -- >> what's not clear this is the ceos of these very successful high profile startups are accountable to anybody. >> reporter: uber has grown fast
operating in 75 countries with 14,000 employees. not addressing its problems can impact its finances. >> today, it has real bottom line impact due to bigger fines and more lawsuits. it also has a huge impact on the interest of workers in working for such a firm. >> reporter: departing executive emil michael did release a statement that did not acknowledge failure. i have been committed to a diverse business team welcoming to people of all genders, sexual orientations and national origins and educational backgrounds. the list is suspected to be released tomorrow. david louie, abc7 news. san francisco based company is planning to close hundres of stores. they plan to cut their debt by a billion dollars and shut down 375 stores leaving about 1,000 stores open. no word just yet what it means
for stores in the bay area. gymbore says it's taken a blow because of competition from rival brick and mortar chains. president trump is facing a lawsuit by two governments. covering it all from washington. >> reporter: today, president trump in his first full cabinet meeting at the white house talked up his accomplishments so far. >> never has there been a president who's passed more plegislation, who's done more things than what we've done. >> reporter: what the administration still hasn't been able to do is get any version of their travel ban passed. today, the ninth circuit court ruled against the revised travel ban that blocks people from six prominent muslim countries from ending for 90 days and suspends the refuge plan for 120 days. >> it's fully lawful and ultimately will be upheld by the supreme court.
>> reporter: the same day the attorney generals of maryland and d.c. filed a lawsuit alleging him of accepting payment from foreign governments while in office and not fully removing himself from his businesses, benefitting the hotels and golf courses. >> never in the history of this country have we had a president with this kind of extensive business entanglements. >> reporter: saying these interests do not do this. >> it's not hard to see the politics behind these attorney generals. >> reporter: and the justice department trying to figure out what ties were there between the attorney general and russia. attorney general jeff sessions set to answer questions about his role in the firing of former fbi director james comey and his contacts during the campaign. the trump administration says depending on the scope of
questions, attorney jeff sessions could invoke executive privilege where conversations are kept confidential. correction the attorneys say -- >> george and lbgt youth are flocking to the bay area. at a response they will increase services by one-half million dollars. it is estimated half of all teenagers living on the streets are lbgt and they say their sexual identity has made them targets in other parts of the cuntry. >> what this has done is put a bullseye on young people who are different whatever reason, lbgtq across the country, it's at risk. >> the money will be to increase service hours at the center and
expand services to homeless youth and broaden food programs. >> we are still counting down to tonight's game 5 showdown with warriors and cavs. >> you can see on the countdown clock on the bottom of your screen, we now have how much left? >> a little small for us. >> espn and abc's coverage kicks off at 5:30 p.m. >> and as amy tells us, they're feel confident. >> this young man is trying but hard to ramp up the energy level for a game 5 on a monday especially when you thought your team would win it in four games. that's what some warriors' fans did this morning for an early morning broadcast recorded at a restaurant. >> i'm all about the warriors, i say game 5 all the way. >> one host upset the crowd when he said if the cavs win tonight,
who thinks there will be a game 7? >> no way. i know warriors will close it out tonight. they have to close it out tonight. they go back to cleveland it is that much harder. >> reporter: the team saying it is ready and steph curry saying he remains confident and energetic about this opportunity. >> it will be a great night to get it done, take advantage of the home crowd and energy. >> reporter: fans are also planning for a win. >> i have champagne, everything on ice. it will be a wonderful night tonight, i'm looking for a victory. >> reporter: abc7 news. the second hottest ticket in the bay area will be performed at the hottest ticket from town, the cast from "hamilton" will bb performing at oracle tonight singing happy anniversary to "star wars" and currently playing in san francisco. steph curry curry curry cury
fans of hamilton. you might see your abc7 news. >> you are looking at the airport. several private jets are parked on the ground and people flew to oakland aboard those jets to attend game 5 tonight. you can expect to hear the roar of jets as many folks fly out of town. >> if you can afford one of those tickets, you can probably afford a private town. >> we are overlooking the carquinez straight. you could see for miles thanks to clear skies. spencer christian is off today but we have meteorologist patel here to tell us if the clear skies will continue. i don't know, could you just turn off the wind?
>> a little breezy. >> it is a little breezy. we will see temperatures rise and we're in for changes. you see the doppler 7. a few clouds there and most of you are seeing the sun as you check out the winds. it was blustery out there. mountain view at 21. we will go with lighter winds and warmer weather. you see a few clouds over mt. diablo. oakland, 68 degrees, and gilroy to the mt. tam cam, nice the clouds are framing that temperature. low to mid-70s, santa rosa to concord and livermore, 69 degrees. you see the flag flapping a little bit. patchy low clouds overnight. sunny and milder tomorrow
afternoon. heating up by the end of the week. get ready to feel it around here. tomorrow morning you will see patchy clouds at 5:00 a.m. most of you wake up to clear skies. everyone is seeing the sun and will carry on with that theme. tomorrow morning you get going, a light jacket or sweater will be handy, cool, upper 40s to mid 50s. temperatures rising. around the coast, low to mid 60s. still breezy but not quite what we've seen in days past. it is graduation time. hayward high school, the sun is shining, nice and mild. comfortable in the evenings. the sun goes down, temperature drops to into degrees. perfect weather for the graduates there and those attending. congratulations to those graduates. average high is 80 degrees. we're running cooler than average for one more day.
temperatures come up above average. look at the temperatures soar. by the weekend, upper 90s to lower 80s in san jose. you can download the app and keep track of the temperature changes. we warm it up for you midweek. mid to up per 80s inland and th heat is on, friday, going into saturday, mid-90s inland. father's day, it's cooking. make sure you make plans accordingly, near 100 degrees inland. we keep up with the hot weather inland and notice the coast, we always have a place to go in the upper 60s. thank you. getting both kids and adults to eat their veggies, a simple word trick that really works. word trick that really works. how y ♪ all across america more people are choosing nissan. word trick that really works. how y ♪
you probably already know, "american idol" is back and today, katy perry made an announcement. auditions are open. what are you waiting for? auditions will be held in oakland august 20th. for more information how to audition, go to our website. the 100 highest paid celebrities, shawn didi combs brought in $130 million from june 1st, 2016s to june 1st of this year. he owned most of his money by selling one-third of his sean clothing line. beyonce, number 2 at $105 million and harry potter author, j.k. rowling earned $95 million. heads up. tonight's episodes will not air at their regular times because of the warriors games. wheel of fortune can be seen at
9:30 and jeopardy airs overnight at 2:12:12:12:12:12 set your dvr. game 5 of the nba times and just ahead preparations under way and a possible win tonight. i'm larry beil where courtside, draymond green is warming up right here. he struggled with foul trouble so far in the finals. let's see if he can bring it in game 5 and perhaps the season will end tonight with confetti and champagne.
here are the stories making headlines at 4:30. warriors are back home and need one win to win the nba championship. we are hoping for that tonight. the dubs say they moved on from their loss friday when cavs won 137-116. fans showed off their spirit with two officers with game socks on. that's cool. they ask everyone enjoying the game to be safe and responsible. tweeting big night in the bay. doors to oracle opened a half hour ago and dubs' fans are
already packing waiting for the team to stand its ground. >> hi, with mike shumann. a zillion dollar guy we saw, maybe he's the one we saw that paid 130 grand. >> michael rappaport, i think he had the broom in cleveland and they jinxed him. >> i think he gets free tickets unlike some of us. game 5 warriors trying to close it out. steve said defensive intensive. in the first five minutes of the game we will know whether warriors are bringing it or not. >> that didn't happen in cleveland and the coaches we talked to said they want to set the tempo. cleveland will try to come out physical again and try to knock them around. warriors have to withstand that and get out early at oracle. fans will play a big part. >> we will see what the
officiating is here. i have to ask, this is a nice ensemble here. are you prepared for this to be ruined by champagne? >> i am prepared. >> the clothing allowance takes care of you. you have the ring. >> yeah. >> a lot of people want to party tonight. party responsibly. for that part of the story we go to "abc news" reporter kate larson standing by with potential party plans. >> reporter: there will be parties tonight. a question how does everyone including the city and law enforcement agencies react to the party. it is all hands on deck. oakland police cancelled all days off and they're at work to try to keep this city safe no matter the outcome of the game. >> fireworks, illegal. >> reporter: oakland police asking the public to leave fireworks and perhaps some less expected items behind tonight.
>> please leave your backpack or large bags at home. they will not be allowed in the stadium. this is for security precautions. >> reporter: opd is fully staffed working with the alameda sheriff's department who have their bomb squad at oracle along with a top secret plant. oakland's a little more transparent. >> this is not a good night to be a drink driver. if you're thinking of drinking at the game, have plan for your ride home. >> reporter: speaking of drinking, oakland bars are gearing up for a big night. >> typically we see monday nights turn into a typical thursday night. >> reporter: expecting business to be 50% higher tonight than a typical monday. >> it has to be a packed house tonight. >> reporter: at the square, they're expecting the bar to be at capacity with 1,000 people 30 minutes before tip off. >> we're super excited to see warriors play to game 7 because it's good for business but we
want to see them clench it. >> reporter: the mayor urging everyone to celebrate respectfully. >> this is a great team. they would not want their fans to sully a city they call home. >> reporter: after all their years of experience, oakland is more prepared to handle a warriors win than ever before. kate larsen, abc7 >> reporter: you could feel the excitement here. steph curry just came out and will start his warm-ups in a matter of moments. all the star players coming down, a dubson7 pregame show at 5:00 and then nba countdown at 5:30 with michelle beadle and the gang. the tip off, warriors-cavs, game 5, perhaps the season finale tonight at 6:00 here on abc7.
this will be fun tonight! >> all right. >> it will be fun. >> thanks, larry. a few hours ago a jury began deliberations in his trial. they called one witness and argue it was consensual. his wife, camille was in the courtroom as well and his accuser, andrea constand was also there and claims he drugged and violated her at his philadelphia home in 2004. making another arrest during the night of the london attack. a total of seven men are in custody for the rampage that killed eight people. the threat level remains at severe meaning an attack is highly likely. a ceremony under way in orlando looking at the picture behind me to remember the
victims of the pulse massacre that happened one year ago today. many ceremonies beginning at 2:02 a.m., to mark the exact time the shooting began. survivors read the names of the 49 victims. from there, a day long day of remembrances. >> we're here to remember the lives lost and honor them along with families and loved ones and here to salute the survivors. >> reporter: the owner of the nightclub spoke and said she misses the club and everything it stood for. the gunman died on the night of the attacks. his widow, monoor to the east bay and accused of helping her husband carry out the attack. healing from the pulse attack, abc7 news was where crews set up for the event, called pulse acts of love and kindness. there is a piece of art for each
of the 49 victims. proceeds will benefit lbgt assistance programs. a vigil will be held in the bay area, people gathering for a show of solidarity that begins at 6:30. a veteran will be forced from his home all because he was trying desperately to save it. >> i'm embarrassed but i feel worse than my family because i let them down. >> what he wants others to learn from his mistake. i'm "abc news" meteorologist, sandy patel. enjoy the nice weather tod who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you.
dance cam mom in the house ready for game 5. you see steph there shooting getting ready for the game tonight. the pregame show brought to you by jeep starts at 5:00, tip off at 6:00. the raider nation is putting the nfl on notice. abc7 news was at oakland city hall where two high profile sports attorneys were introduced today, coalition led by fans to keep them in the east bay, he is trying to stop this move to vegas. no one is talking lawsuit yet but many believe oakland was
robbed. >> when that crime occurred on march 27th, 2017, we knew we had to do something about it and this is a step in the process. >> it's allable money and where i can make the greatest dollar, not about the people that live in the city and certainly not about oakland. >> the fans seem to be especially interested in payoffs other nfl owners will get for approving the vegas move. they claim it made it tough to say no. >> we are in for changes this week. right now, live doppler 7 showing you a few clouds around. highs for tuesday coming up, low 80s inland, low 60s coast side. still breezy and not quite as low as we've seen. then the heat. friday, temperatures in the mid-90s and saturday near
we're tracking calvin in the eastern pacific and moving to the north-northwest expected to dump 5-10 inches of rain in the gulf of mexico and could see up to 20-inches and it could include mudslides and flooding. watch out. a warming trend kicks into high gear the end of the weekend. that's when you feel the heat earlier when summer starts. >> thank you. a bay area student banned from graduation because he wanted to wear his army uniform finally gets his degree. the amazing show of support he got today. michael finney 7 on your side. a vietnam veteran is just
the family of a vietnam purple heart veteran is scrambling to leave their home of 40 years before 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. >> they lost their home to a foreclosure despite desperate attempts to save it paying out tens of thousands of dollars. michael finney has been look swook the story a week. >> what a sad story. this family accuses those who
promised help them save their home taking advantage of them instead. it's too late to stop this foreclosure but they hope their story will help others. the heartbreaking task of packing up belongings accumulated over 40 years is under way for delores sexton and her husband, robert. >> it's so hard to leave, we've been here so long. >> reporter: adding to the stress, robert is undergoing chemotherapy for leukemia. delores has known robert since she was 9 years old and married 46 years. they began falling behind on manager payments several years ago and he says wells fargo declined a loan modification, but he was later sent a letter that he may be eligible for a loan modification and offered to help him apply. he paid out close to $20,000 for attorney fees and program fees and loan audit to endeavor and other companies it recommended.
robert says it was a huge mistake. >> i'm embarrassed but i feel worse than my family because i let them down. >> we contacted endeavor which told us it was no longer in business and contacted the foreclosure defense company which said it received the case from endeavor. foreclosure defense said it prepared a lawsuit against the lender to advocate for the family's behalf. they never filed it because the sextons failed to complete the necessary affidavit. robert said he gave them what they want and there was a modification package prepared but the state department said it's not licensed to do tat. foreclosure defense in its report said it's a self-described forensic auditor to complete it. an attorney of housing economic rights advocates has seen these type of reports before. >> when they hear the words
forensic loan audit they think somebody will finally get to the bottom of this horrible experience. >> reporter: she said she has never seen a forensic audit that helped anyone. a public research group found 11,000 federal complaints for mortgages from veterans. s a for the sextons, a long-time neighbor has offered to take them in until they get back on their feet. >> we've always been a happy family and hopefully we can catch our breaths. >> i'm not going to give up. >> their immediate concern finding a place to rent. a go fund me page has been set up to help them get back on their feet. i have a link on abc7news.com if you would like to help out. >> terrible. thanks. an 18-year-old u.s. army reservist finally got his high school diploma after he was banned by the principal from wearing his military uniform. the incredible show of support
he received today. hundreds of well wishers saluted a young man at what amounted to a substitute graduation ceremony. 18-year-old fletcher was told he couldn't wear his military uniform at his real ceremony last friday. his principal insisted he had to wear a cap and gown. >> legally this is uniform perfectly acceptable. at ceremonies like this i can wear it. >> they told you no. >> i can't deface the uniform and hide it. >> reporter: he later walked out. and the principal apologized publicly. >> i deeply regret what occurred. i thought i needed to do two things in my life, one, apologize, and, two, try to find way to make it better. >> reporter: veterans of the army, air force, mariners and coast guard, came out in uniform
to honor fletcher for standing his ground as he finally got his diploma. >> i don't know you but i support you. >> thank you for standing up for him and liberty because he's taking that step for our liberty. i wanted to have my grandkids here and support him. >> reporter: this young man's goal is to make sure another high school student isn't forbidden from walking in their graduation ceremony while they're wearing a uniform. while the school district promises to revise the graduation policy, fletcher has not yet ruled out a lawsuit. abc7 news. a group of young actors has a little more time to raise money to take their talents to the fringe festival in scotland. we showed you how the drama students auctioned off items for the warriors. they raised $28,000 and that deadline has been extended later
this week. you can still help them. it should be a great trip. >> definitely. a special guest who spelled her way to a seat at tonight's warriors game and how far our fans are going to show their warriors' spirit. >> it got chippy in game 4 with a stunning cavs blowout. we'll tell you if the dubs will be popping bubbly tonight perhaps. we're taking a live look inside oracle arena as dubs are getting set for game 5. i want to see if he makes this one. >> let's see. >> come on! come on. >> close. >> all right.
we're counting down to game 5 of the nba finals. join sports director larry beil and mike shumann for the dubs on 7 pregame show. and tip off is at 6:00. catch the toyota after the game show. >> that's followed by wheel of fortune at 9:30 and at 10:00, a special "jimmy kimmel live" game night edition and abc7 news begins at 10:30. >> the winner of this year's national spelling bee will have another victory tonight. they invited the 12-year-old and her family to the game. here they are, in a limo on the
way to oracle right now. isn't that a good shot? she will bring the team a little good luck. we want to thank these abc7 news viewers who shared their pride with us and used the #dubs on 7. send us your picture to see how you're cheering on the warriors. >> and the colors were on full display everywhere you look. >> how the city by the bay is showing its dub nation spirit. >> tonight, we will shine. >> out looking for warriors fans we ran into our own production assistant jenny cane to show off their gold and blue pride. >> can i get a number 9 for andre iguodala? >> reporter: on the tips of their fingers? >> the warriors will dominate and show lebron and cavaliers who's boss. >> i think the city is definitely coming out.
>> reporter: evens the drink specials at this bar normally a mellow spot but tonight -- >> we're expecting it to be full. crazy. >> reporter: across town this restaurant is paying a bonus. >> we're giving away a shot for every three-pointer the warriors make. >> reporter: they stocked up on sake and sojo, big bottles. >> we have two cases of bottles, well over 24. >> reporter: it will be shoulder to shoulder but not quite as big assing this celebration. >> family friendly all ages. >> reporter: they expect 1500 to chow down as they watch the big game tvs. >> people dancing, kind of like being at oracle, it really is. >> reporter: a lot less money. >> a lot less money, yes. >> reporter: no reserved seating so fans got here literal.
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in game 4, cleveland rocked the dubs altering history. and rumors are beginning to swirl. >> they're ta teagued. >> will the dubs rock champagne or board a plane. >> they don't want to get on a plane and go back to cleveland. >> find out now only on abc7. >> on 7. >> dubs on 7. here we go. sky 7 over oracle arena where
fans are hoping to see the final game of this nba season and confetti coming down over the rafters. steph curry took his famous tunnel shot, went 0 for 5. there's an asterisk on this because his first attempt was going in and somebody else warming up knocked his ball off target. i'm counting it as good. larry beil and mike shumann. .. >> let me start with this. hello darkness my old friend, i've come to speak with you again. we've been through this before. last year warriors had a three game series win and cavs came back to win it in seven. mr. schum man, ask you, is there a party an confetti tonight or will we hear the sound of silence and flight back to cleveland. >> i love the city and i do not want to go back to