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strong heading into super tuesday. it is oscar sunday live on 6abc. sylvester stallone, rocky balboa is up for hollywood's biggest prize. and there's a protest outside the oscar venue. the action cam is live along kelly drive near boathouse row. it is shaping up to be a beautiful day. we'll warm up nicely. let's go outside to meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather. >> reporter: good morning, nydia. believe it or not, this is the 14th time this winter season we have 60 degrees or higher. we have another gorgeous day on the way. a lot of sunshine expected. not a cloud in the sky right now. even though the temperatures are chilly as i speak we'll warm up nicely in the afternoon. we have a windchill of 29 in quakertown. pilots, 32. center city, 36. chester, 35.
glassboro, 31. hammonton, 33. agenda beach 31. smyrna and dover, 35. sea isle closing in on 40. satellite and radar, just like yesterday we'll keep the skies bright and sunny. just a few high, thin clouds that's about it. looks like a fantastic finish to the weekend. 1:00 p.m. we're closing in on 60, 58 degrees, mostly sunny skies, 3:00 p.m., 60 degrees, 5:00 p.m., 59. the normal is 47 degrees, as you can see we'll ebb well above seasonal averages. coming up in a few minutes we'll be talking about a couple of systems heading this way. it will bring showers to the area, most of us stay dry, if you see the shower it will be brief and moves on its way. the next system is wednesday, it's stronger, but not a big deal. the third system arrives on friday that will mix with colder
air from the north that could change the precipitation over to snow. when i step back inside we'll talk about all three of those systems and time them out on future tracker and have the seven day forecast for you. nydia. chris, thank you. developing out of northern virginia, a police officer is dead after responding to a domestic incident one day after she was sworn in. officer ashley guindon was shot killed, the other officers are recovering at the hospital. when they arrived a woman inside the home was shot and killed. a man be connectedded with the military was arrested. officer ashley guindon was sworn in friday after rejoining the department she had served previously. more than 100 patrol cars lined the roads outside the northern virginia hospital early this
morning to escort her body to a funeral home. also developing this morning, and here at home, police are trying to determine if a man arrested near a northeast philadelphia wawa in connection with the robbery at that store is the same man who held up the 7-eleven in the city about an hour earlier. the action cam was along the 1800 block of bergen street where police say a suspect arrested after a foot chase was identified as the wawa robber as the store clerk. this is the wawa that was robbed at 2:45. the suspect entered the stores with a crow bar and demanded money and cigarettes. no one was injured. the police officer suffered an knee injury did you work the foot chase that led to the arrest. tomorrow this campaign goes national! [cheers and applause]. hillary clinton is celebrating a landslide win in the south carolina presidential primary. the stage of course set for
pivotal super tuesday, 865 democratic delegates and 661 republican delegates are up for grabs in 11 states. 7:04 a.m., hillary clinton crushing bernie sanders in south carolina by convincingly winning the black vote there. she is expected to soar on tuesday. >> reporter: celebrating a crucial victory. thank you so much south carolina. >> reporter: in south carolina, hillary clinton gaining delegates and momentum. the big win here in south carolina likely means a big win in the southern states on super tuesday. >> reporter: bernie sanders can continue to win some states, if he doesn't win decisively it will be impossible for him to catch up. >> reporter: bernie sanders insisting his campaign is far from over. tuesday over 800 delegates are at stake we intend to win many, many of them.
>> reporter: both democrats focusing on super tuesday and beyond and going over donald trump. the leading candidate for president spends half his time insulting them. we will defeat trump because the american people do not want a president who insults mexicans, muslims -- [cheers and applause] >> reporter: trump the target of relentless attacks from marko rubio. con artists. friend don't let friends vote for conartists. >> reporter: the insults thrown back by trump, i watched this light weight rubio, little mouth on him, bing bing bing. and chris christie who is by his side on the campaign trail. and the intensity only building with the countdown now on on to super tuesday, all of the
candidates will be out on the trail with campaign stops in several of the key states. marci gonzalez, abc news, columbia, south carolina. turning to the oscars, on the big board live on 6abc. red carpet is rolled out. the press is in place for hollywood's biggest night. my biggest picture is spotlight. let me yours on my facebook page. we begin with philadelphia favorite sylvester stallone. he is nominated by -- for his older version of rocky stallone. sly calls the italian stall i don't know the best friend he ever had. the oscar class of 2016 is
sparking protest over the lack of black nominees. academy president has promised big changes to fix the diversity problem. your time, 7:07. vice president joe biden will make an appearance at the oscar. the vice president will introduce lady gaga. he will talk about the white house's it's on us campaign which aims to fight sexual assault. gaga will sing her oscar nominated song it happens to you. 88th live coverage of the academy awards begins tonight. as you watch the show we're enhancing your experience at 6abc.com and facebook page, we'll have live streaming video from the red carpet and be sure to join our facebook chat with the one and only alicia vitarelli she'll be talking with you throughout the entire show
tonight. and tomorrow morning, matt o'donnell, tamala edwards and the morning team will have a recap of the oscars, "action news" ginning at 4:30 a.m. i will be watching will you? i will. have you seen spotlight? two babies, you know. a car crash damages a northeast philadelphia produce store, two women were inside the car. a small plane makes an emergency landing on a highway median. new show debuting on channel 6 travels the world and a local woman is the host. >> reporter: nydia, it's blustery out there this morning, with windchills in the 20s, but by afternoon it will feel like april again. details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up next. (vo) beyond natural grain free pet food
going to warm up nicely, you'll want to get outside today. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. spring is not here yet, but it will feel like that this afternoon. >> reporter: it is the 14th time this seasonal we reached 60 degrees or higher for the philadelphia area. today we'll top out at 62 degrees. tomorrow we're in the 60s and tuesday we're in the 60s. things cool back down, even when we cool down it will be above average. it will be are a lovely day to enjoy the great outdoors, hand wash the car and put on a coat of wax and take it all in. 36 degrees. it's chilly with the breeze. it feels like 28. this is a southwesterly breeze that will kick in and warm the numbers dramatically later on. we're sitting at 36, again, topping out at 62 by afternoon. allentown, 33. reading, 28. 33 degrees in wilmington,
millville, 30. trenton, 34. most windchills are in the upper 30s, low 30s, feels like 27 with the wind in dover. 32 in millville. trenton, 29. as we look at satellite and radar, the big story over the next few days is the lack of weather for the eastern seaboard. we have high pressure here, this system arrives monday morning, you can see there's not much associated with it, just a couple of rain and snow showers out there. that frontal system sweeps through 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., maybe it brings a spotty shower to parts of the area, that's about it. otherwise, warm. that's the big story here. today and tomorrow, most of the energy with the front lifts on by to the north. allow for a spotty sure monday morning. the skies open up by afternoon it's nice and warm again. wednesday, this system climbs up the spine of the appalachians again, we'll see showers, it will be breezy out there, and then that system will move on
its merry way and we clear out nicely for thursday. there's no big storm systems heading this way over the next five to seven days. future tracker 6 we'll skip over today, nothing going on. monday, 9:00 a.m., you see showers western suburbs first. they push through the city 11:00, 11:30 a.m. by afternoon we'll see skies of blue again, a nice day. we get into the midweek time frame. here's wednesday's storm system, it will cut west of philadelphia. it will be a warmer storm and periods of rain and not a big deal. the friday system will track farther to the south. there's an area of high pressure here across the udz -- u.s. canadian border.
if it travels along this line we could see rain and snow, and there could be a possible accumulation, we have to see what happens for friday. that's the only event we're concerned about at this time. sunny today and warm, 62 degrees, winds out of the southwest at 10 to 0-mile an hour. overnight it's mild, with lows in the 40s which is close to the seasonal highs for this time of the career. 62 today. monday, morning shower and breezy, 62. the rest of the. seven-day forecast, doesn't look that bass partly sunny tuesday, 60 degrees, wednesday, rain showers, breezy, 50. 45 degrees thursday, friday, we'll see rain and snow possible, 40. saturday, partly sunny and chilly. but 43 is not that bay. actually it warms up again. we might be done old man winter. chris are you up for a raise soon?
something is going on on this corner. >> reporter: after this winter, i think a raise is in hand. 7:00 are 15. 7:15, hundreds of rowan university students danced away, a dance marathon was held for children's hospital in philadelphia. the effort was sponsored by the children's miracle network. the hard on this soared past its goal of $15,000. a new new miss philadelphia has been crowned. mills -- miss philadelphia 2016 is holy kara. her flat form is about inclusion, congratulations, holly.
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a car crash jished two women and -- juried two women and damaged a -- injured two women and damaged a produce store in lawndale. two women in the car were taken to einstein with injuries that are not life threatening. septa is looking for a man who stabbed a woman in the elevator of the septa station. this happened at the huntington station at the market frankford el in kensington. the suspect tried to rob the woman and stabbed her in the shoulder and knee. she was taken to the hospital and expected to recover. if you have any information about this call police. tomorrow night on "action news" at 11:00, our investigative reporter we understand we understand salzman gets into the coin
counting kiosks. we check several machines to see how event we get scammed. see our report monday at 1:11. the stars have been working for weeks to get red carpet ready. celebrity clients work out an average of 2 hours a day for three to 6 weeks before oscar night. we do cardioand sculpting and take everything up a level. just like what i do. >> reporter: because most going to say show their shoulders her work out every -- every --
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everyone, 7:23 monday morning, yesterday at this time we had temperatures in the teens and 20s, icy cold, millville, hammonton, dropping down to 18, 19 degrees, pottstown, 24, philadelphia, 27. this morning we're seeing temperatures ten to 15 degrees warmer. we're starting the warming process, 36 in philadelphia. allentown, 33. millville, 29. trenton, 34. dover, 34. atlantic city 36 degrees. again, you were 19 degrees this same time yesterday.
mostly sunny skies that's the call from accuweather for today. a warm one coming up. up to 62. nydia? a pilot, his wife and 13-year-old son managed to walk away from an emergency landing in indiana. the small plane landed along a highway because of mechanical issues. traffic was blocked for a while, but no injuries. in sports this morning, the phillies play for real today, the flyers creep closer to a playoff spot here's jeff skeverski. even without the injured jake borachek yesterday, the flyers inch closer to the coveted playoff spot least for a few hours yesterday afternoon. the flyers as close as one back in the wild card until the penguins won their game. flyers captain claude giroux returned to action against arizona after missing the last few games with an injury.
first period power play g with the goal. 40 seconds later, gagne scores. flyers put up 3 in the first. in the third, flyers put it away! flyers win 4-2. they have won 4-6 they are three back in the wild card. number one ranked villanova is one of the number one defenses in college basketball, just not likely. they gave up -- just not lately, they gave 100 points to josh hart, nova up ten. nova back on track, winning 89-679. 25-4. atop the big league. does temple have the force,
happy birthday hooter the owl. second half you see him fall, 6'6" inches. final seconds tied up, he wins the game with three seconds left, temple wins 63-61. they are 18-10 with two games to go in the regular season. spring training games are just about to get going. phillies play their first exhibition game this afternoon against a division two college team who they lost two, last year. the new look phils get another crack at the university of tampa in clearwater. jimmy allison will make his first appearance in red after getting traded to the phils in arizona. i meant to see the younger -- i want to see the younger guys as early as i can. take the time with the guys most
likely on the team. i want to see the younger pitchers. >> reporter: sixers fans will see the orlando magic later tonight. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. adventure and finding a deeper mean to live the new show on 6abc. tapping in travels the world from south african animale save animals from stinks. wham -- what am i doing in this life right now. it's a world of discovery, you don't need a passport or
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the oscars tonight live on 6abc. 7:29 a.m., outside we go o chris sowers a beautiful accuweather forecast. it's a great day ahead. >> reporter: it's a beautiful morning, the sun is shining down brightly. even though the numbers are chilly this morning, i can tell you it's feels warmer than 36 degrees. allentown, 33. reading, 28. they are freezing in the poconos. 32. 29 in nillville. 36 in atlantic city, dover, 34. you can see most of the wind speeds are generally under ten miles per hour. it's going to be breezy this afternoon, but note the direction here it's out of the southwest, so it's a warmer wind flow for us, that will help us get into the 60s coupled with the sunshine we'll see. satellite and radar, clear skies up and down the entire mid atlantic. you have to go to the north
across new england to get any kind of cloud cover this afternoon. enjoy it, it's a beautiful. 58 degrees, is p.m., sunny skies, 6:00 p.m., 60 degrees, 35:00 p.m., 59. breezy and warm, sunny skies, nydia and gray when i come back in just a few minutes we'll see how long the spring-like weather lasts in the seven-day forecast. the 88th academy awards are tonight live right here on 6abc. millions of people will be watching it is a crowning night as holey elite and newcomers take home the coveted statue. abc's lauren lister is live in hollywood. >> reporter: the oscars are not just brad -- broadcast here, but they are broadcast in 22
countries. a cgi bear, a martian, post apocalyptic wearers and wall street traders. a few characters facing off in tonight's academy award. nominated films taking audiences from a single room to the newsroom and back in time to era's past. the scene of the ceremony has been a construction zone for days. the red carpet rolled out, the governor's ball afterparty getting decked out too. nobody has any idea who will win best picture. >> reporter: when it comes to best actor. it's definitely leo's year. there's no way he doesn't pick up his award for the revenant. >> reporter: lee leaf has -- leonardo decaprio has been nominated five times now. best actress award has five time
winners. the hot topic who wasn't nominated, a lack of diversity generator boycotts and people waiting to hear how host chris rock will address it. chris rock as host as is his duty will mention it and joke about it. >> reporter: presenter this year go beyond hollywood stars, they include vice president joe biden, awaiting guests 1500 bottles of champagne, 16,000 square feet of red carpet. lauren lister, hollywood. tune in at 5:00 p.m. tonight for on the red carpet. at 6 it's "action news." on the red carpet resumes at 6:30. oscars open ceremony begins, it
leads into the oscars at 8:30. it's followed by "action news" and the jimmy kimmel oscar special. 7:33. this is developing out of west philadelphia. a violent home invasion landed a man in the hospital. the action cam was at the scene early this morning, the 4700 block of chestnut street. three men dressed in dark hoods broke into the apartment and tied up a man and hit him on the head several times. the victim freed himself and called 911. he is in stable condition. the suspects are on the loose. police are trying to determine if the home invairldz stole -- invaders stole anything. someone shot a man several times in the prides court apartment complex, the plan was rushed to christiana hospital where he died a short time later. fire damaged a row home in south philadelphia. when crews arrived in the 2600 block of emily street after 12:30. they found smoke coming out of
the basement. firefighters got the flames under control. one resident was treated at the scene for smoke inhalation. investigators say the fire was sparked an an appliance in the about the same time. an entire home in grays ferry collapsed around a man who lived there. around 7:30 i heard a loud crack as if a tree was uprooting. >> reporter: then he looked out of his grays ferry apartment window and saw the house clapped. i ran to the front. building and asked if anybody was in there, i heard a voice from the back of the house hollering help. the man was taken to the hospital in stable condition and treated for back pain. he was rescued from the debris. they have special tools and equipment, because they were
equipped they were able to excavate one person from the dwelling. >> reporter: the stand alone buildings had no violations. the cause is under investigation, but -- we had a lot of wind and severe weather, it makes the building more vulnerable, can't say if that was the cause, but it doesn't help. >> reporter: the neighbor said he spoke to the man who lived there a few weeks ago about the deteriorating condition of the buildings. the wall fell off, you could see could believe stoanls stoanls -- cobblestones, water seeps in and it caused structural damage. >> reporter: neighbors were thankful that the man wasn't killed. to know he is in medical care and will survive that brings joy to my heart.
>> reporter: city engineers have been investigating but say they may never know what caused the house to collapse. city officials say they full house collapse like this one once every one or two years. miss new jersey kara mccullum is being laid to rest in arkansas. mccome aluminum died monday after -- mccullum died monday after being injured in a crash on route 55. to politics, hillary clinton has crashed bernie sanders in the south carolina democratic primary. clinton beat sanders by roughly 50 points. nine out of ten black voters voted for clinton. it propelled into the clear front runner status. we have gone through four
early states, i want to congratulate senator sanders on running a great race and tomorrow this campaign goes national! [cheers and applause]. on the republican side, donald trump says he is primed to beat marco rubio and ted cruz in their home states. how do you beat a sitting senator in florida, how do you beat a senator in texas? they could have an embarrassing time. meanwhile, cruz and rubio released tax summaries, cruz saying trump may be lying about his wealth or charitable donations. chris christie and ted cruz are guests on george stephanopoulos this weekend. there's much more to come
on "action news" sunday morning. a touch of broadway in a small setting in delaware. sky6 live hd giving you a live glimpse of cape may, new jersey. look at this beautiful shot. if you don't love temperatures in the 60s, not sure what to tell you. meteorologist chris sowers is back next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. so glad you stayed with us
giving you this beautiful shot of the commodor barry bridge in chester, pennsylvania. if you could see my feet now, you can see them tapping away, because this is a great day in store today. i can't wait to go to the playground with our kids today. >> reporter: anything outdoors, take advantage of it, because at the same time last year we were dealing with the polar vortex, temperatures in the teens and 20s. as we go live on the action cam, live on kelly drive, there's folks taking advantage of it. going for a jog. there's couple of runner also out there. bright blue skies, comfortable temperatures. yesterday we were in the 20s, and now we're in the upper 30s, 62 degrees is the high temperature we're shooting for today. 15 degrees above the seasonal average of 37. it's been fairly chilly over the last couple of days. the normal high is 47. friday and saturday, high temperatures in the low to mid 40s, factoring in the winds it
felt like the mid to upper 30s, it's been chilly, but we'll end the trend with 62 degrees. coatsville, low 30s, you're sitting at 30 to be exact. pottstown, 32. 27 in martins creek. warrington, 35. center city, 36. chester, 35. hammonton, 4. agenda beach 34 and smyrna, 36 degrees with the slightest breeze out of the southwest. it's a nice morning out there. satellite and radar we'll keep the skies clear from start to finish, up and down the entire eastern seaboard we have clear skies and clouds across new england. that's about it. the next system is way out to the west. even farther west than the great lake states, you have to go across the high plains to get into any precipitation at this point. that's 2500 miles away. let's fast forward, future tracker 6 tomorrow this morning. there's a small, little system that's in the process of
fizzling the out. 8:00 a.m., there's a shower that drops in until 11, 11:30 a.m. it gets on its way and by afternoon sunny and temperatures on the mild side. this is a spotty, weak system at best here. the morning rush will not be affected. look for a combination of sun and clouds. maybe a spotty shower coming through. temperatures in the 60s. the next system arrives on wednesday. this has more of a punch to it. even this is not too terribly impressive. we could see a round of showers and brief period of rain. breezy come monday afternoon winds ranging 25 to 30 miles per hour. this is all rain with the cold air to the west, the snows will fly across the eastern portion of the great lake states. this is another rainmaker for us. even winds even though it's a cooler day we're talking about highs above average. today starts it all. 62 degrees in philadelphia.
reading, 61. allentown, 60. mostly sunny and warm. millville, 60. cape may, atlantic city, cooler, 57, 58 degrees respectfully. overnight tonight, 45 degrees which is close to the average high temperature for this time of the year. low 40s north and west, dover 43 partly cloudy and mild. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we have a string of 60s here starting today, 62 degrees for monday, maybe that brief morning shower very spotty at best. a breezy afternoon another day of 62 partly sunny and warm for tuesday, 60 degrees, wednesday is cooler, but still above average, maybe morning rain, 50 degrees, thursday, 45. friday, rain or snow or combination of two, 40. saturday, chilly, 43. and old man winter is done after next weekend. remember you can get the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time at 6abc.com/weather. a picture taken nearly 66
years ago has gone viral. the internet has dubbed the subject the hot grandpa. after bigging alicia vitarelli discovered he happens to live right here in the delaware valley. it turned into be a good viral post. >> reporter: it's the photo of the bright eyed dimpled soldier that's breaking hearts you will over social media. this vintage picture of a strapping soldier was posted on red it with people calling him a babe and a hunk. more than 3 million people have viewed the handlesome head shot. who is he? we caught up with his grandson who posted the old photo saying grandpa was always his hero. he gave us the scoop, that's grandpa known as thomas today.
86 years young. these people realized i'm 86 years old. thomas and his sweet hatter live in oxford, pennsylvania. they think this is is a hoot with grand ma saying she got him first 65 years ago. she knew, he didn't. she met him bowling, they were bowling one night and met she decided to snap him up, she didn't give him much of a chance. >> reporter: he said boyds sharing a piece -- besides sharing a piece of history, what is better, it's stirring up history about the korean war. maybe bring history to the surface and get veterans to talk about it. >> reporter: he asked woe have lived his life differently
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on sunday morning. a historic delaware theater is bringing some broadways biggest stars to the area. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. the place house on rodney square is one of the smallest theater. the playhouse was build 100 year as by the dupont company to provide world class entertainment for the workers. to provide the cultural experience they were used to in other cities they relocated
from. >> reporter: since the beginning the theater attracted some of broadway's biggest shows and artist. lena horne and joel gray edward g. robinson, anthony quinn. the list is big. >> reporter: this season kicks off with annie, chicago. we're doing momma mia. animal blue man group that strange theater piece with the guys who are made up entirely blue and they play percussion and comedy and music and a little bit of circus and everything. >> reporter: both shows take the stage in march, the executive director said the theaters' intimate setting is one of its biggest charm. 1200 seat theater. you can feel the energy coming off the stage and the artist
feels it come from the audience. for tickets and show times doe to dupont theater.com and of course you can visit 6abc.com slash 6abc loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen rogers. happening today, 6 flags great adventure hosts its final spring job fair 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 6 flags in jackson township ocean county. the park is looking to higher 4,000 workers.
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a raise. >> reporter: it's another lovely april morning out there, even though it's february. look at this, this was sent in by anne on my twitter feed. she is a lovely shot of the sunrise, look at the sun climbing above the camden skyline there. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast probably not a cloud in the sky today. up to 62 degrees, the normal is 47. so we're 15 degrees above average. tomorrow a morning shower, otherwise it's clouds and sunshine. by afternoon. tuesday, partly sunny and warm, high of 60. february has been easy peesy. time toes good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: blow out for hillary clinton she beat bernie sanders by 50 points powered by african-american voters. what does this mean for sanders
heading into super tuesday. meanwhile, the trash talking on the republican side intensifies. george stephanopoulos is here to break it down for us. steph curry launching himself into the record books after an extraordinary performance. an incredible moment from the world of sports. we're hours away from the oscars that will air on abc him we're covering all the angles. the other question is how will chris rock handle hosting dewpoints in the year of controversy rob and paula live from the red carpet we'll see you soon. as you watch the academy awards, we're enhancing your oscars experience on 6abc.com and facebook page. we'll have live streaming video and the best moment from the show and join our facebook chat with alicia vitarelli. she'll be talking to you throughout the entire show
tonight. "good morning america" weekend is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later this morning. here's the stories we're working on for you, should the drinking age be 18 or 21. the battle by one new jersey lawmaker. share the bed for your infant could have an impact on your choice to breast feed. now for gray hall, chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. we'll see you back here at 9:00 a.m.
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good morning, america. hillary's huge victory. >> thank you so much, south carolina. >> she's now got major momentum heading into super tuesday. can bernie bounce back? as the republican mudslinging gets even nastier. >> he's flying around on hair force one. >> little mouth on him, bing, bing, bing. bing, bing, bing. >> all the headlines from an amazing race. breaking overnight -- in the line of duty, a police officer in virginia shot and killed on her first day on the job. two other officers wounded. what went wrong on that seemingly routine call? fantastic finish. >> bang, bang, oh, what a shot from curry! >> steph curry's night for the record books, shrugging off an injured ankle, sinking 12 three-pointers, including an amazing bu