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shot clock at 2. james jab. jumper. got it, lebron! >> hubie: i'll tell you he's been outstanding today with the clock going down to where it's going to go off from the wings, deep shots and he times it perfectly. and he's made them. this is just a good move. going to go down inside. we don't have it. right up there, good -- playing for the drive. that's what you want him to do. you do not want him to go off the dribble, go down inside, get fouled, et cetera, potential three point down in there. >> mike: he's hit the last two cleveland field goals. denied by the rim three times inside. even though the team has become a together group, you still have two great one on one players when things go at the end of the game and somebody has got to be better than the other guy. kyrie irving on the drive. he's so great in historic perspective in the playoffs,
a closeout game have come up for cleveland. >> hubie: you can see that right there. 27, 21 and 21. in game three the three of them had over 20 and then frye had 27. the pickup of frye by the way was one of the best moves of cleveland and also picking up mo williams at the beginning of the year because when irving was out for 29 games they had a quality guy like mo williams to run the offense. >> mike: assessing the playoff. eight teams left maybe seven. you think about playing different and still be great. san antonio and cleveland. they can really match what you do. now down three. out of time-outs. but still time to play the foul game even though you have got to give them a foul to get back to the free-throw line. >> hubie: you don't want a foul jump shooter, especially a man behind the three-point line.
big thing is everybody has been playing extreme lly well and rotating at both ends of the floor. it's been exciting to watch. >> mike: millsap to trigger. korver is back in. schroder from the top. goes to the basket. dellavedova. it's a one-point game. 34.4 to go. >> hubie: how about the confidence of the coaching staff. to schroder now. time and time again in the last two minutes, mike. >> mike: back in the hands of james. >> hubie: plenty of time now here. >> mike: ten seconds the difference. game at shot clock. smith sets the screen. james takes the three. no rebound atlanta. no time-outs for the hawks. 12 seconds left. >> hubie: you got to get it up here. >> mike: james gives it to schroder. schroder has been the hot man. will he go for the win? schroder turned away. james pulls it away. jump ball is called. 2.8 to go. james and schroder to jump and remember the cavs still have a
have a time-out. >> hubie: that was spectacular defensive play. this guy has been hot and then gives the spin move and then the double team, and you get the jump ball. give him credit. because they did not foul and have a foul called. 14? sefolosha comes in for korver. they don't need a three. love comes in for cleveland. >> hubie: big thing now, you have to watch what they call a cup when there are two players from cleveland's side, that's where lebron will try to tap the ball. >> mike: just moved irving next to tristan thompson. bazemore can't get on the opposite side. thompson will be moved by leb n lebron. putting the guys where he wants. >> hubie: will they cut the tap off? >> mike: 2.8 to go. schroder giving up seven eight inches to jam s tes to james. the three is on the wa
millsap. and it's over! the cavaliers have swept the hawks and cleveland is back in the eastern conference finals! there was a lot of holding as the two players were going for the ball in the corner. no call. it looked like millsap got the shot off in time. but the cavaliers have swept atlanta for the second straight year. they have beaten them all 12 playoff games in franchise history. and northeast ohio is going to host the conference finals again as the cleveland cavaliers have gone through the first two rounds without a loss. the action at the end. it's horford and j.r. smith with they're arms entangled. millsap did not get that off in time. no matter what would have happened. benny adams
j.r. was he out of bounds? no. the ball game is over. the cav clears have advanced. and lisa standing by with j.r. >> lisa: thank you, mike. lebron, that kid schroder was hot. take me through the defensive stand that led to the jump ball. >> ah. i came down shot the long three and wasn't a great shot but i got to get back on defense to try to make a play and seen schroder turn the corner. he kind of had a blind side and i was able to get my hand on the ball for the jump ball and that called the game out. >> lisa: even after you controlled the tip they still got a shot out. what were you thinking when you saw it was a pretty good look? >> it was. i was hoping the red light went on for millsap was able to get
back in and able to get the stop. a great road win for us. >> lisa: what made this one so difficult? >> the desperation they were playing with. obviously under circumstances we're not down 3-0. they gave us everything they had and we're happy we was able to represent the way we know how to play cavs basketball. >> lisa: who would you like to see in the eastern conference finals? you don't know who you're going to face. who would you rather sear, toronto or miami? >> i'm just blessed -- >> c'mon. >> it doesn't matter for us. we have get an opportunity to rest of bodies and i know our coaches will have us mentally and physically prepared. >> lisa: what about duane and the old boys? >> they're not thinking about me and i'm not thinking about them. i'm just so proud of my guys, the way we was able to close this series out tonight. >> lisa: congratulations on closing it
cavaliers get the closeout game and win 100-99. might be our last game depending on game six. you're the best. >> hubie: always a pleasure. >> mike: the absolute best. cavaliers moving on to the conference finals and you're moving on to local news or world news tonight. thank you for watching on the home of the nba finals. abc.
gooj -- good evening thanks for joining us. i'm tom llamas. the center of the country on alert. a tornado watch in four states, an anxious night ahead. this twister blowing through the town of rhea. hail bouncing off the ground in this parking lot in denver. let's begin with rob marciano. >> reporter: tonight, blackened
skies as severe weather sweeps across the plains. seven reported tornadoes ripping through eastern colorado. >> the big black wall. i put the cars in the shed just to keep them out of the hail. >> reporter: david rippe's shed and his four cars crushed, the roof ripped off his home. >> we have windows broken out, it's not pretty. >> reporter: that mammoth twister, captured near the town of wray. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: spewing debris and injuring five people. near denver, hail the size of golfballs ricocheting off of windshields and covering roadways. this, just one of more than 100 reports of severe weather stretching from colorado to kentucky. just east of louisville, powerful winds and rain barreling down on cars. in mt. carmel, illinois, winds gusting to 66 miles per hour, tearing the roof off of this middle school.
>> rob joins us life -- live. who is in the bull's eye tonight? >> well, storms severe already in texas. but we're worried across oklahoma and kansas. the cells beginning to pop. those could develop tornadoes over the next couple of hours. and more tornadoes and large hail expected. but this is an area that has already seen heavy rain, and more coming as well. and wildfithe wildfire, pol checkpoints forced to wear masks to breathe. here's neal karlinsky with new images from inside the destruction. >> reporter: in rugged northern
just won't stop. but tonight, for the first time, it is slowing down. thanks to much cooler temperatures and even a small amount of rain blowing in. more than 500 firefighters, 15 helicopters and 14 air tankers, taking on a blaze that's grown to more than 620 square miles. the thousands who had been cut off to the north of the fire zone, are now safely out of harm's way. >> all i thought is, dear lord, if you can get my children safe, then i don't care. >> reporter: pictures from inside what's left of ft. mcmurray show a city transformed. some homes virtually untouched near others that were incinerated. in all, there are now nearly 90,000 nomads. who have no idea when they will be able to return to their normal lives. >> will we have a home to go to? jobs? where are we going to live? >> reporter: some of the areas are too remote for firefighters to
so they're dropping buckets from helicopters. tom? >> thank you. and donald trump, right from the start, slamming bill clinton for his infidelitieinfidelities. but he didn't always feel that way. here's mary bruce. >> reporter: now in a fierce battle for the critical women's vote, tonight, donald trump says bill clinton is fair game. >> i think he gets involved when she plays the women card. if he's involved in the campaign, he should absolutely, you know, he could be brought into it. >> reporter: his latest shot at hillary clinton, a tirade over her husband's infidelities. >> here's a guy who was impeached because he lied. he lied. remember the famous, "i did not have sex with that woman," and then a couple months later, "i'm guilty." and she's taking negative ads on me.
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and his mother angela. angelo was shot in afghanistan in 2010, seriously wounded. what's your wound? >> i was shot multiple times. gunshot wound to the upper arm, gunshot wound to the right leg. broke my femur, broke my humerus. so now i have a titanium nail up through my femur into my hip. and i have a metal plate over my humerus. >> reporter: that's it? >> that's it, yeah. [ laughter ] >> reporter: he's in orlando at the invictus games to run the 400. it's a mother's day gift for the woman who was there for him as he recovered. >> i told her earlier, i was going to get you a card. but i figured making finals would be the equivalent. and she was like, couldn't ask for anything better. >> reporter: invictus means unconquered. and that's the spirit of these games. more than 500 wounded warriors competing in events like wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball, indoor rowing and track. former president george w. bush is there to support the troops. that includes angelo and his mom.
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