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what happens, their game will have history implications with the '96 bulls 72 wins. on wednesday night, we will have that game on one of the espn networks. we're going to have on wednesday night, a great basketball night. i believe we'll have the boston and miami game in the east that could impact the playoff position. we'll have the warriors game for you as they try to go for that final 73rd or maybe 7 2nd win and hubie and i will have kobe bryant's last game. that's our lineup wednesday night on espn. here we go with the cavs, 1.6 to go. >> hubie: they're putting pau gasol on dellavedova. take away the pass to the corner and take away the pass to the lane. the big thing right now is force them to catch
then let's see what happens. for the tie, j.r. smith. it is blocked. the game is over. >> hubie: once again, a second unit guy, holiday just made a great play. he was up on the shot and got a piece of the shot. j.r. smith thinks he was fouled on the shot. the chicago coaching staff in this building, no way are you getting that call. >> mike: justin holiday gets the block and the chicago bulls stay alive for their playoff hopes. watch the arm of j.r. watch that shooting sleeve. does he get a hand on him? that's why j.r. was looking with good reason. got a lot of arm. the bulls are still alive. here's chris. >> chris: still alive, jimmy. talk about this victory. >> it's
it's never over. we talked about it before the game. we did what we were supposed to do. >> chris: does this type of win, knowing the situation, you're 3-1 against the cavaliers. you swept toronto, the number two seed in the east. is that tough to handle when you know it's a long shot for you to get in the post season? >> definitely. if we would have been playing this way all year, we wouldn't be in this situation. all we can try to do is win these last few games. >> chris: going into the off season if you don't make the playoffs, what are you going to talk about as you head home? >> just how hard you have to play. you can never give up and how we got to be together through the good and bad. >> chris: jimmy, thanks. guys, back to you. >> mike: as one of the bulls told me earlier, we want to make sure indiana has to win their way in and we don't hand it to them. the bulls are still alive at 40 and 40. the pacers 42 and 37. indiana will have the chance tomorrow in indianapolis to earn the 8th and final spot. cleveland not locking down
they need one more win in one of their two final games. the cavaliers will be playing atlanta on monday and detroit on wednesday in what could be a first round playoff preview. the news is next for many of you except on the west coast. with hall of famer hubie brown and chris broussard, our great crew, mike tirico, bulls 105, cavs 102. thanks for watching on the home of the nba finals, abc. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. in the last 10 years our competitors have received a few awards. but we've received a few more, including jd power who ranked us highest in customer satisfaction for the third year in a row. only fios has the fastest internet
kellye: searching for a shooter, a young girl struck while walking with her father. we have a live report as the investigation unfolds. an international manhunt captures one of europe's most wanted terrorist suspects. why the police say that she is that she is connected with the deaths of more than 160 people. of a fallens maryland officer make a plea for passage of a sweeping new drunk driving law. can they reach a deal by a deadline?
april -- it was not april showers but april snow that made for a frustrating day for many people. the skies have cleared and we could be in store for a big warm-up area devon lucie has the latest weather details. devon: tomorrow will feel much nicer with temperatures going up after we bottom out. pretty much clear skies tonight, clouds at times. the national harbor, northwest wind still up. we have a big freeze coming in regionwide. hoursl spend several dropping below freezing, so if you have any plants, just covering them may not be enough. the high today 46 to 50 in d
wind, gusting at times, making it feel like 27 in washington, 20 hagerstown. togetherlite and radar , the system that came in today dropped snow. have a very cold start sunday, but a lot more sunshine coming our way. does not look impressive, but it will feel much better. rain chances monday and tuesday. the best chances of rain and how cold it will get, possible record-setting tomorrow, incomplete forecast. now,e: developing right police are out in force after a seven-year-old girl was shot in southeast. as she fights for her life in the hospital, the search for the gun man and testifies -- intensifies. roz plater is live at d.c. police headquarters with the la
the public's help tonight, desperately wanting to get this shooter off the streets, and they are upping the ante by offering a $10,000 reward. d.c. police back out in force at the scene of the shooting, canvassing the neighborhood, looking for clues to help them find whoever shot and critically injured a seven-year-old girl. the community is praying for her recovery. >> she is innocent. she did not do anything. roz: neighbors say the family had just returned home friday night, parked their car in the parking lot, and were walking around the corner when bullet started flying. the little girl was shot in her stomach. her father scooped her up and ran into a nearby building for shelter. a woman who helped them do not to show her face. >> they said the child was shot, call 911. the father was really frantic.
roz: this is just the latest trouble here, trouble spark they believe by outsider. >> i just moved down here and it's not the only time my kids was hearing gunshots. roz: this they say is senseless. a whole community tonight praying for the little girl. she was taken to children's hospital, the latest information is she is in critical but stable condition. roz plater, abc 7 news. kellye: turning now to the war on terror, belgian police are uncovering new details about a linked to the attacks in paris and brussels. one of the suspects arrested now admits that he is the third bomber at the brussels airport. policer: belgian launched a raid saturday in the brussels neighborhood. about 50 officers were spotted around the apartment building
that authorities suspected as a safe house. no weapons were explosives were found. the raid comes one day after six people were arrested. belgian authorities identified a suspect as the second person in the surveillance video from the brussels metro station bombing. also arrested friday was the known suspect from the paris attacks that killed 130 people in november. he was charged in the participation in activities of terrorist groups. when we spoke to the federal prosecutor, they made clear he admitted to it after being confronted. they said most of that was electronic facial recognition. reporter: these are pictures from a gas station surveillance camera before the paris attacks. with a man who was arrested last month, days before the brussels attacks left 32 people dead. ke
8 are on your side keeping the latest track of the developments in the war against terrorism. you can learn about isis, its rise to prominence, tactics, and the type of people the terror group recruits. now the race for the white house, senator ted cruz has 34imed all of colorado's available delegates to the rnc convention. colorado republicans do not award delegates in traditional primaries and caucuses. the victory increases the chances of a contested convention in cleveland this summer. the wyoming democratic caucus, senators bernie sanders and hillary clinton each received seven delegates. both candidates said the upcoming race in new york is critical. bernie
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kellye: the sister of a teenaged murder suspect's not believe that he has the capacity to commit murder. he is charged with first-degree murder. her body was found in a creek. his sister believes that he was an easy police target. >> i'm greatly, deeply sorry that this happened. i am deeply sorry. but i assure you that my brother did not do this. kellye: before his arrest come officers took him to a homeless shelter after he started a trash fire near campus. investigators later found items belonging to him near the fire site. away now we are 48 hours from the legislative session ending in annapolis. the family of officer noah leotta w
they fear that a late roadblock is in the way of honoring their son who was killed by suspected drunk driver. cheryl conner has more. badge was on his person when he was struck. of honor goesdge to annapolis as they push for tougher drunk driving laws. his son, montgomery county police officer noah leotta, was killed when a suspected drug driver hit him during a dui check. >> before legislators cannot get the job done on monday, it's as if they have added to killing noah and damaging and hurting my family a second time. they are relentless, but the clock is ticking on the 90-day session. he is worried in amendment could be added to add punitive damages , but the late change could kill the bill. the house and senate passed separate versions
it would require ignition interlock devices. should get a warning. it was on rockville pike and edmonson drive were officer noah leotta was hit in december. his parents have not been able to come back to the scene, focusing most of their attention in annapolis. conference committee is working on the differences between the bills, but lawmakers have until midnight monday to pass what is called noah's law. i see it as meyer's son, officer noah leotta, will still be on patrol. fans packedpardy!" dar constitution hall for big fun with egg names, today kicking off the power players around in the nation's capital. with aert caught up group of contestants alex trebek called terrific.
a game show we have come to know when love, this time with a twist. >> in los angeles we do a show in front of 150. here in d.c., multiply that by 10. amy: an audience packed with knowledgeable jeopardy fans. >> they know a lot about the contestants, their backgrounds, they know the political connections. that adds to the excitement. amy: the power players keeping audience members on their toes. >> i would not say i'm nervous. i'm ready. were all clicking answers for charities of their choice. >> i could pretend and say it's all for good fun, it's for charity, but i do want to destroy my opponents. amy: lights, camera action. >> you are out of your comfort zone, you are not working in your comfort zone.
amy: the contestants agree. >> we don't even play "jeopardy!" at my house. we play attack uno. little luck and knowledge bringing laughs and funds to the nation's capital. >> i read a little bit of the paper and i think i'm ready. amy: today is the first of four days of tapings, ending wednesday. amy aubert, abc 7 news. kellye: jonathan elias and i were there at the taping, and it was a big crowd. people were into this, taking it seriously. devon: anderson cooper was ready to win. kellye: it is intense. devon: i will take "terrible" for 1000. kellye: what is the weather? devon:
we have possible record cold today, still a breeze. we are already freezing, subfreezing hagerstown, winchester, luray, stanton, cumberland. , we areow temperatures below the average low. still 15 to 25, the two minute when data breach sustained. -- the two-minute wind average sustained. it is getting extremely cold tomorrow morning. it will feel nice but we are more rain coming our way. the winter weather that we had earlier today has moved out to sea. late overnight towards the morning, possible record cold settles in. a lot of sunshine come it is cool, breezy sunday. mo
there are signs this as the potential of either/or, which says there is a potential big bust. freeze warnings tonight, hard freeze everywhere. the plants that you just cover up, you will have to bring them inside tonight come even into the garage. several hours well below freezing. reagan national could set the low, feeling colder with the wind at 10 tomorrow morning. plenty of sunshine tomorrow, clouds late in the day, 50's. with a lack of breeze, it feels much nicer. looking ahead, rain monday. a warm front moving through early in the morning with showers. we could have showers midday. that will keep temperatures much cooler. break out the sunshine, the strong southwest wind, we could easily do 70'
keep us in the upper 50's with cloud cover sticking around and shower activity. we are going mid 60's. cast, morning clouds, frigid 30. by the afternoon, plenty of sunshine all day. 53. does not look impressive, 12 degrees below the average, but it will feel great after the wintry day. did you see some of the photos from southern maryland? there was snow on the roads at one point coming down so hard. it was sticking to the roads. tuesday, another strong front, 62 the midnight high. 50's in the morning, 40's in the afternoon. we have several days the end of next week word is quiet and calm with sunshine. a little cool, but closer to 60. kellye: not bad. cap's pulled off a win finally. robert:
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and now the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. robert: before today, no victories for d.c. united. a slow start to the season. their first win, facing the vancouver whitecaps. 39th minute, shoots, save, but they are there to put home the rebound. 1-0 united. 54th minute come united with the corner kick. -- 54th minute, united with the corner kick. 89th minute, the pass
finds the back of the net. later scored another. d.c. united gets the shutout, 4-0, their first win of the season. from start to finish, d.c. united was the dominant side. toted aligned vancouver 4-0 get their first win of the season. they played with a sense of purpose and urgency. efforty body, from an standpoint, it was a high level come and also from a soccer standpoint at a high level. you put those together you have a night like this. >> over the course of the season things usually work themselves out. this group has worked so hard and we want to win more than i think more groups around the league. now forhe challenge d.c. united, how to build on a performance like this. it starts next saturday at home against toronto. scott abraham, abc 7 sports. robert:
lot on the baseball front, the nationals postponed their matchup with the lins because of the weather as well as the orioles postponing their match up against the rays. cap's will play the flyers in the first round of the playoffs. caps in st. louis. blues,f the first, 1-0 the past two alex ovechkin, one-timer. his 48 goal of the season, 1-1. he scores another goal in the first, number 49. in the third, the caps on the attack. nicklas backstrom to ovie, winds, fires, scores, number 50, a hat trick. the caps win 4-1. braden holtby picks up his 49th win of the year, tying martin brodeur for the most in a season. jordan
greatest around, and it neither did corey mcilroy -- rory mcilroy. he shanked it. way short. into the drink. thursday? rory double bogeyed the hole. jordan spieth, up and down. he knocks in the birdie putt, moving six under par, but he bogeys, then on the 18th his tee shot goes way right come into the trees. he would double bogey 18. he still leads at three under par. this is awesome. whomber the little girl cried when she learned that a blair was traded to washington? he sent her a care package, and earlier today this video. poster forhe oshie