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rocking him, tossing him over, inside of capela. mcdaniels. harden, five to shoot. a couple of jab steps, puts up the three. beverley knocked it loose, picked up by adams. 1:30 remaining. westbrook, fouled by capela. they had a foul to give. four-point game, with 1:27 remaining. there's what you were talking about, jeff. that really is inexplicable, for an elite team. durant wants it. ariza, denying. three to shoot. ibaka, waiters. waiters, not going to get it off in time. a 24-second violation. that's the
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game for okc. four of them here in the fourth. >> mark: we can fall in love with what james harden is doing in the fourth quarter but coach said, it's the bench guys. with their energy level on the offensive end. >> mike: 1:00 remaining. waiters, back on harden. harden, the drive. waiters pokes it away, but called for a reach-in. they had a foul to give. >> mark: if i'm okc, i'm not having james harden playing one-on-one with waiters. good job by waiters, but i need to find a way to get the ball out of his hands. >> mike: durant, switching out on harden. capela. inside. lays it in.
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>> jeff: you have to foul him. he's one of the worst free throw shooters in the league. you can't just let him lay it up. >> mike: a six-point lead, time-out, okc. >> jeff: what a great play by harden. good attack by capela. but ibaka has to take that or block the shot. ♪ the intelligent, all-new audi a4 is here. ♪ ♪ ain't got time to make no apologies...♪ you've got a 1 in 4 chance ofame winningnald's, from over 100 million food and cash prizes. it's hard to find better odds. the odds of winning from items like this big mac?
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for the rockets. both teams, no foul to give. durant, ariza on his trail. pass stolen by harden. beverley throws it down! a huge fourth-quarter comeback for houston. such an important game, as they fight for a playoff spot in the west. and okc calls their final time-out. >> mark: we talked about taking the challenge defensively. that's harden reading and reacting. and to beverley, he does the rest. but it started on the defensive end. harden has been spectacular, offensively,
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defensively. >> mike: beverley, all fired up. a couple of big buckets here in the fourth. as you said earlier, mark, you look at capela. and goudelock, mcdaniels. the young guys, they were down by 12 in the third quarter, looked like they weren't ready for a comeback. the youth and energy got them right back in the game. anthony morrow will inbound. the referee checks, says, let's go. dallas on the verge of a victory this afternoon. so this win, even more important. adams, rebound. morrow, fouled by capela. on a three-point attempt.
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capela has just fouled out. capela, an excellent game. his stats, nine points, four rebounds. and six blocked shots. >> jeff: he was terrific. if i'm oklahoma city, i'm going to make all three, and grab howard as the third free throw is in the air, to make him shoot the free throws at the other end. >> mark: it's called taking advantage of the rules. >> mike: morrow, not taking advantage of the free-throw line opportunity. capela fouls out for the third time this season. capela, only 21 years old. >> jeff: he's come so far. they've done a great job here with him in houston.
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>> mike: capela, whose parents are from angola and the congo. but he was born in switzerland. high school years in paris and france. now, in his second year in the nba in houston. morrow hits 2 of 3. and j.b. bickerstaff is going to use one of his time-outs. six-point game, 25.1 remaining. it's usually a lot of time. but the thunder, out of time-outs. >> mark: imagine if capela talked about getting the basketball. no, he's impacting the basketball game. and the ball is finding him. off the stellar play making ability of harden, but not just that. defending, finishing, crashing the defensive boards. energy, enthusiasm, and execution. he's had an impact on the basketball game, and k
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team's playoff hopes alive. >> mike: howard, getting in some foul trouble in the fourth, but capela accesteps in and does th job. there are stretches where they look so good, and could beat anybody. but stretches where the energy isn't there, and the body language is not right. it's been a strange season for them. >> jeff: yes. but j.b. bickerstaff going deep into his bench to find mcdaniels, goudelock, finding energy. they were just playing ball versus worrying about who has the ball. >> mark: and deserves a lot of credit. he could have stayed with the older guys, but he made the right changes, and it gave them a chance to win the ball game. >> mike: m
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part of it as well down the stretch. michael beasley comes back in. mcdaniels now sitting down. terry is as well. getting some free throw shooters in there. ibaka will guard the inbound. thunder, going for the steal. and durant, called for the foul. >> mark: tough call. looked like james harden, using that wisdom again to grab kevin durant. >> mike: and it's away from the play foul. >> jeff: one shot, and the ball out of bounds. >> mike: yup. >> mark: really, that's harden grabbing the arm of kevin durant. >> mike: he's so good at that. that's what kevin durant was trying to say. so, it will be the one free throw, and then possession again. >> mark: the toughest guy, maybe in the history of the game, to referee. wi
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isolation, pick and roll in the seams. a lot of times, he gets fouled, no question. but there are a lot of times where he creates the contact. >> mike: harden, now with 39. gets it. and roberson, grabs him. that's after the inbound. that's why it was away from the play, because the ball hadn't been inbounded. now, harden, with a chance to get to the 40-point mark. >> mark: people say it works for him. but it also works against him. i guarantee referees look at the film, and say, i missed that call. and they're going to look at the film, and say, i didn't give them that call, the same amount of times. >> jeff: i think there's no doubt that despite his high free throw attempt numbers, they could be higher. >> mike: well, he's got 40 today. 11 of 13 from the free-throw line.
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>> jeff: and some knucklehead will post on youtube when he doesn't guard one time. no, seriously. instead of posting every spectacular play the guy makes. >> mike: you admit, sometimes his defense is poor. >> mark: he's a great player, and he can play for me any day of the week. >> mike: morrow, in and out. westbrook banks in the follow. seven-point game, with 11.3 remaining. and the thunder, still battling. more free throws to wrap it up. howard, engaging some of the fans. j.b. bickerstaff, urging his team all afternoon. play better defense. boy, he got it in the fourth.
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>> mark: one thing you need to look at if you're okc, it's a pattern of losing ball games when you have the lead going into the fourth quarter. you need to find a way to fix it. >> jeff: and despite the individual confidence in themselves, the team confidence, to be able to execute under pressure, it can take a hit when you continually lose leads. >> mike: westbrook trying to draw the foul. gets it to waiters. waiters throws it down. six-point game, 5.7 remaining. thunder not giving up. and a foul on beasley. you would think the thunder, the way they're playing, this game is meaningless to them. they're going to be the third spot in the west. but still fighting. >> jeff: but the chance to improve, the chance to grow.
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into being what, they're feeling good about their chances to win it all. and tonight, the turnovers, to me, are the big problem. when they play with high turnovers, they have 20 tonight so far. no team can withstand that against the great teams in the west. >> mike: beasley hits those. this is james harden. with another huge game against his former team. westbrook lost it. that will do it. a much-needed victory. fourth-quarter come back for harden and the rockets. harden, 41 points, 9 assists. continues to put up staggering numbers. and j.b. bickerstaff's team, able to get the win. kevin durant had 33. westbrook, an assist shy of a triple-double. dallas winning. and houston winning.
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so, the rockets, right now, a half-game back of the final playoff spot in the east. harden is with lisa. >> lisa: james, you guys went on a run in the last 6:00 that really sealed it. what sparked it? >> it's win or go home. literally. we're fighting for a playoff spot, so every game and every minute and every possession counts. we need a win every game, and tonight was big. >> lisa: how were you able to keep kevin and russell from damaging you? >> well, it's a team effort and our guys did great. >> lisa: what impressed you about capela today? >> he comes off the bench, brings excitement to the game. it's his first year, all he
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knows is play hard. and that's what we need. a really good game tonight. >> lisa: congratulations. mike? >> mike: 41 points in 43 minutes for harden. such an important game for the houston rockets. there's the final score, rockets, 118, the thunder, 110. abc world news tonight coming up next except on the west coast. for mark jackson, jeff van gundy, lisa salters, our director and crew, mike breen saying thanks so much for watching here on abc. home of the nba finals.
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good evening. thanks for joining us on this sunday. i'm tom llamas. we begin with new details in a deadly amtrak crash. the train, carrying more than 340 passengers, slamming into a
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backhoe on the same track. and killing two track workers. these pictures obtained by a radio station show the wreckage. more than 30 injured. the big question tonight, why was that equipment on the same track as the train? here's david kerley. >> reporter: a smashed windshield, the amtrak engine's front wheels off the track after the violent collision. >> i woke up to being thrown into the seat in front of me, and the window got blown out right beside me. and there was a fireball. >> reporter: the train could have been traveling upwards of 100 miles an hour. >> all you could see was a lot of dirt and debris flying past the train. and there was a couple of like fire flashes. >> reporter: pictures capturing passengers evacuating themselves, and walking away from the damaged train. at least 35 of the
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just before 8:00 in the morning, south of philadelphia. a backhoe is used to moves rail ties and other materials. officials say as the train was moving south, somehow, the backhoe was on the active line. the amtrak slamming straight into it, debris flying into the first couple amtrak cars. the question, which piece of equipment was not supposed to be on those tracks? >> it's part of our investigation. we will be looking at the track structure and the work that was performed at the time of the accident. >> reporter: the two dead, the operator of the backhoe and a supervisor, according to a federal official. it was last may that an amtrak train derailed north of philadelphia at night. eight passengers were killed. the two derailments, while unrelated, happen less than a year and 20 miles apart on amtrak's busy northeast corridor in tay
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uninjured were bused away from the scene. but tonight, limited service has resumed through the accident area. investigators will be look at the signals, dispatch. how did the train and piece of equipment get on the same line? as you can see, trains are rolling here. the commute tomorrow should not be significantly affected. >> thank you. now to the deadly weather hitting millions tonight. high winds wreaking havoc in the northeast. strong gusts knocking down trees and knocking out power for thousands. frigid temperatures bringing spring snow in other states. here's rob marciano. >> reporter: tonight, dozens of cars caught in a snowy pileup in upstate new york, including a tour bus. emergency crews racing to reach the injured. all part of a wintry blast bringing dangerous winds across the east.
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in boston, this bmw crushed by a falling tree. the two people inside the car did not survive. in nearby foxborough, that downed power line igniting right in the street. wind gusts so powerful in indianapolis, they knocked that chipotle sign right into this vehicle, flattening it. luckily the driver managed to get out safely. and in new jersey, winds gusting over 50 miles per hour, damaging homes. >> all of a sudden, the entire house started to shake, and the wind was almost screaming. our neighbors' awnings were being ripped off, and we saw our fence blowing around the neighborhood. >> reporter: power crews scrambling to get the 90,000 homes without power back online. behind the wind, a blast of snow sweeping parts of the midwest and northeast. in pittsburgh, a chilly start to baseball's opening day. ground crews clearing ice and slush off the field before today's pirates/cardinals game.
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and i approve this message. >> big story tonight on abc 7 news at 6:30 p.m. storms knock out power to thousands very >. >> big explosion, fire. >> local train travel is still being affected abc seven news 30 p.m. starts right now. now, abc seven news at 6:30 p.m., on your side. >> we begin with that developing story outside philadelphia that has affected train service here in d.c.. an amtrak train derailed today after hitting a backhoe that was on the track.


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