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>> molly: in that last time-out johnny dawkins told his team defense first. who's the ball go going to, alford or hamilton. he said to lock down on that and defend the perimeter. it comes down to one round, win this round and win the game. >> steve: the play in the paint so critical at this stage of the game. now 1 or 2 consecutive stops could be the difference in salting the victory away. this number jumps out to me. 30 to 14 in the paint edge stanford cardinal. enough said. >> joe: how about tony parker 4 for 10 at the line. madison square garden once again, the home the one of the best conference tournaments, big east tournament march 9 through 12. streaming live on fox sports go, sponsored by jeep renegade.
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point, were you in cincinnati with xavier's thrilling win, not a bad atmosphere. >> steve: and no real chink in the armor when you look at chris mack's team. skill and quickness, perimeter offensive impact, solid along the base line with farr and reynolds and bluity. and the depth is what is impressive, employ that 1-3-1 zone. discome bob on you lats on -- discombobulates opponents. >> joe: base line levels it off to humphrey. the fresh possession to run it inside of three minutes. >> steve: coach alford will be working on box-out responsibilities. even in the zone, it's important to check.
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don't get those second shots. marcus allen, pickens. >> joe: 9-0 stanford run to take 191-point lead. >> steve: -- 11-point run. >> steve: this is ideally how you want your team to perform holding the lead. the dribble penetration, draws defenders. and deliver it. bottom of the net, pickens the hot hand. >> joe: this lead matches the largest of the game for the cardinal. hamilton a floater to quiet the crowd. >> steve: he is maneuvering out of pace where he makes high percentage plays time and time again. >> joe: stanford has made 9 of the last 11 shots. to extend this lead.
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it down, again. don't force. >> joe: on three. spins underneath, ducks in, banks it in. 24 for humphrey. >> steve: again, johnny dawkins playing with his hot hand, humphrey and pickens. >> joe: hamilton. >> steve: let the big dog eat. when you find a matchup you like, when you have a hot hand, milk it. off the glass. humphrey and pickens have taken 75% of the shots in the second half for stanford. and that's a wise offensive approach. >> joe: humphrey 12 for 14 from the field. two short of matching a career high. bottom line has been ucla has not been able to get a stop in crunch time. >> steve: second and third shot
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in doubt. >> joe: rosco allen, putting it on ice. extending the lead to the game's largest, 14 with a minute left. holiday fouled, will shoot two. wloo a flurry from stanford down the stretch. >> steve: they're shooting now at a bigger rim. the circumference of the rim grows as you see the ball splash to the net over the course of the game. the confidence, the belief, the conviction. it's contagious. we talk about shooting woes or slump, is one tajous. but the hot hand becomes contagious as well. pep in the step. the joy returns, and the stanford team is playing with joy, with life. >> joe: like i start using extra
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it rubs off on me. >> steve: you're the orchestrator, the quarterback. i stay in my lane, i know i'm working with one of the best. >> joe: verhoeven fouled out, good hand as he sat down. it would take a minor miracle from ucla in the 12-point game. bring allen in for the first time. stanford, 50 seconds away from getting its fourth win out of the last five games after losing four straight trying to make one last push towards the postseason conversation at the very least. we talked earlier about ucla relying heavily on alford and hamilton, knowing what they're going to get from those guys, the wondering who the third source is. there's been no consistency there. you see the numbers, proving that story. >> steve: while clearly they
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offensively to step up, the real issue was defense and rebounding. stanford was able to control the paint which is the equivalent of the line of scrimmage in football. but in basketball, who controls the glass, the rim, the paint. in most casing there are exceptions dash in most chase cases there are exceptions. but you put teams in foul jeopardy. tough spot to inbound from, they turn it over. >> joe: noah allen goes base line. welsh tips it in. got it down to ten with 42 seconds and time-out. for coach alford. >> steve: if you're coach alford and ucla the key is to continue to improve with each practice and game opportunity. they'll go back and watch game film, trying to address the issues of the interior defense, president rebounding offensively, trying to sharpen
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but before you know it, they will be in the conference tournament. whether you're 5 and 25 or 25 and 5, on its ee about the the second opportunity, a reset, fresh snow when you go to vegas in the conference tournament. they're the type of team that can get the hot hand over a couple of days find themselves in the ncaa tournament as a result of winning the pac 12 conference tournament. that will not happen unless they shore up the deficiencies, or areas that are coming back to haunt them. we're seeing it with the boards and the defense. >> joe: a key thing, seeing that resume we just saw there, that a pac 12 tournament run, pac 12 tournament title probably will be coming the route for ucla to get into the tournament. they will 1b 5-14. 6-10 in conference play. so we are dangerously close, if not already there, to the point where it's going to be
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tony parker, ucla. >> steve: that's why you yee it a that reset -- create that reset n my view the best part of the conference tournament, it gives everyone an opportunity, regardless of the struggles, to get that reset, get those 40 minutes and a chance to keep moving forward. only three times since coach wooden's first season 1948-1949 has ucla finished with a losing record in pac 12 play. they lost today, with a guarantee, would guarantee another, maybe the fourth. but not going away, they have it down to eight. 34 seconds left after christian sanders missed a pair of free throws.
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>> joe: stanford would move to 15-12, 8-8 in conference play if they hang on for a win, fourth win out of the last five. this is what the tournament resume looks like. better than people give them credit for. >> steve: absolutely. trust me, the selection committee and their expertise and the way they pay attention will have stanford on the board for consideration when you look at strength of schedule, challenging themselves, and who did you beat. a quality win against top competition. and if there's ever been a year in pac 12 history, what used to be the pac-10, pac 8, where a team gets in with a .500 or
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this will be the season. we've seen that in years past. as it's fouled and they step to the free-throw line, try to salt this victory away. because the depth and the mathematics of the pac 12 being so strong they will have teams with .500 or below records. still on the board. they can help themselves, guy doing well in the conference tournament. clearly you have to keep accumulate ing wins. take it out of the hands of the selection committee so you can sleep more peacefully on the eve of selection sunday. in my view. right there with christmas eve, easter, hallow wean. as basketball coach, basketball player no, greater day than selection sunday. i was fortunate to participate in 15 of them as head coach and assistant.
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that you have an invitation to the greatest sporting event in the world. >> joe: first day or two of the tournament aren't bad either, those are like a holiday. you like it more now, right? >> steve: and the fact that everyone has a chance. there's that rebirth or hope. no matter the struggles that you have conference tournament or championship week, there's that glimmer of hope to make it happen. >> joe: donnie dawkins' team has that glimmer for the ncaa tournament. 24 from humphrey today, close to a double-double. he had nine boards as well. and they beat ucla 79-70. their fourth win out of the last five. stanford will they make a run towards the ncaa tournament? rolling right now, you finish for the trip to arizona next week, at arizona state, at arizona, can you imagine if they keep that get a win against the wildcats to finish the regular
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7 going to the conference tournament. fun to watch. for steve lavin and the rest of the crew, molly mcgrath working the floor for us, joe davis, wishing you a good evening from stanford. once again, the final score
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>> it is a battle between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. voters are getting in their final votes. our top story tonight. >> clinton was the clear favorite heading into the primary. roughly a 30-point lead over bernie sanders. bernie sanders is already looking toward next tuesday super tuesday contest campaigning near austin texas today. >> still fighting to catch up. feeling the burn. the goal is to show their solidarity with standards -- sanders.
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residents. >> the newest political is now official.official. making good on his endorsement of republican front runner donald trump. >> he wants to bring the american dream back to every american family and will quex's decision to head back to the campaign trail leaves some residents a bit frustrated. >> i regret moving to new jersey. >> opportunistic, looking to get some high-ranking position. >> i do not trust governor christie. >> this man voted for him in the last two elections. >> he abandon the state for his political aspirations.
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decision to support trump, outrage linked to the controversial comments about muslims nationwide. >> a very diverse state, and jersey city in particular. it is offensive that he has endorsed trump. trying to get on his good side. he has somewhere to go. >> kind of like a train wreck. >> some wonder if the sagging approval ratings have him considering what is next. >> i can see the personality type, he and donald trump working well together. if it gets him out of jersey, that works for me. >> get his wagon hitched to trump. >> wheeling and dealing of it. read somewhere that maybe he would become attorney general. trying to move up in life, i guess. >> about his schedule, his press office is referring
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trump presidential campaign. >> tonight prompting a warning for pregnant women wanting to attend the 2016 summer olympics in brazil. according to newly released travel advice the virus has been linked to birth defects in babies. it also applies to the 2016 paralympic games being held in brazil. >> into effect in syria, but the calm was disrupted by a suicide car bomb. >> calm in many parts of syria that have not had it in nearly five years. the cease-fire seems to be holding. video is posted on social media. today the vice president said the truth is not being observed.
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beginning this regime won't mess with this. >> but to come clear, they are excluded. the main opposition group agreed to it and the committee has raised concerns that the syrian president's regime will continue to attack rebel fighters under the guise that they are attacking terrorist groups. russia says it has halted its airstrikes in syria to comply with the cease-fire, and the syrian government says it has also stopped firing. the remains doubt that the truce will hold. not giving enough time for humanitarian aid to reach areas where people have been cut off. still, there was calm were
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heavy and ferocious fighting people carried on with their normal lives. >> optimistic about the cease-fire. the 1st step toward a political solution. we hope we reach a political solution. >> said today that peace talks will restart march 7 in geneva and laying the groundwork for hopefully something more long-term. and jerusalem fox news. >> mystery grows around the death of selma hayek's dog mozart. she pled for justice.
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dozens of animals. >> yoko ono was released from a new york city hospital. the 83-year-old83 -year-old was taken to mount sinai west for flulike symptoms. the artist and singer went to the hospital on the advice of her dr. her son echoed those sentiments saying the only structure had was a stroke of genius. >> chris rock is getting ready to host the academy awards. >> controversy. >> he may soon have a new title under his belt. >> jennifer garner speaking out about her divorce. wait until you hear what she
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>> new york metropolitan museum of art is clarifying its pay what you like policy. the $25 ticket price is suggested rather than recommended. part of the settlement in a class-action lawsuit that accused the man of misleading by implying they
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under the agreement that will let museum goers know the amount they pay is up to them. >> triple crown winner can soon add another. a 12 -year-old mayor is carrying the on foreign foe. born in 11 months. by the way, the stud fee is $200,000. >> time for a check of the forecast. we will get better looking as we go into the 2nd half of the weekend. a bit chilly. some son mixed in with clouds, butclouds, but overall chilly and damp, especially with the breeze. we had that at 4:00 o'clock. normally highs in the low
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daytime hours. dewpoint and humidity relatively comfortable, but comfortable, but the wind will continue at 12 miles per hour giving us a bit of a breeze. mostly inmostly in the 30s to 40-degree mark. forty-one in poughkeepsie. these numbers are already running milder than they were at this time yesterday courtesy of a southwest wind anywhere between five and 10 miles per hour on average and it will continue to be breezy and wendy are into tomorrow and monday. temperatures feeling pretty good. numbers moving into the 50s and close to 60 in many locations. satellite and radar showing things relatively quiet. tomorrow plenty of sunshine. our next focus will be on
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its way across the nation and affect us as we go in the monday and we will see our next chance of rain but it should be out of here pretty quickly. nice and dry tonight. overall we should seen plenty of sunshine. temperatures soaring into the 50s. here comes the system i just pointed out to the west making its approach monday morning. we will start to see some light rain showers roll through. this is a fast mover.a fast mover. everything should be out of here by the afternoon. in the meantime tonight windy and cold, overnight lows in the 20s north and west to the 30s. and then tomorrow plenty of sunshine and we stay in the 50s on monday the love morning showers across the area. our next precipitation on wednesday.
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but that should exit wednesday afternoon and we are focusing on the system sitting offshore but this one looks to be a big one and could be arraigned snow maker for the tri-state area depending on the track and how close it comes to the coast. >> jennifer breaking her silence. >> ben affleck will play batman. less than one month away, his ex-wife gave an exclusive to vanity fair who unsealed her lips and spoke about her career,career, kids, and then, why they split, and if there is still love. the 43 -year-old mother of three admitted she is still
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the love of my life. the most brilliant person in any room, the most charismatic and generous. the daredevil actress made it clear that it was not as dramatic as it seemed telling vanity fair she was not the reason why they ended their marriage of ten years claiming they have been separated for months. garner did not bash the father of her kids explaining their marriage was real. it was not for the cameras. a dating coach and relationship expert says she is a class act. she would not make him look bad because he is the father of her kids and the simple fact she is still in love. >> martin what she says. i don't think she wants to villain eyes him, she also doesn't want to look like a sap and the fool. some of fool.


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