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(justine) a boys club no more. a san francisco girl is one of the first in the nation to join what used to be the boy scouts of america. the organization just changed its name to "scouts b-s-a" to be more inclusive. (justine) good evening i'm justine waldman...(jrs) and i'm j.r. stone.... 8-year old jordan fong wants in on the action. the family spoke to kron 4's hermela aregawi. she joins us live from the newsroom with that story. hermela, what made her want to join? (hermela) her older brother is in boy scouts.. she says that definitely has something to do with it. she also tells me.. she wanted to challenge herself by trying something new. jordan fong is the first girl in san francisco to join
boy scouts.the organization says it's working to be more inclusive.so girls like jordan.. who has been with the girls scouts for four years.. are switching over. jordan says.. seeing her older brother take part in the group's activities jordan fong/one of first to join scouts bsawhat i saw there was really good archery. and rock- climbing and horse-riding which i really like. and what made me want to do it more was i thought all the activities that i would get to do in boyscouts. because i like to climb new stuff. it gets old and you remember it so much you are ahead of everyone, you want to do something more challenging. lei fong/ scout's mothershe was always kind of tagging along and she was inspired to see you know 700 boys all getting ready for their trek and i remember her saying, whoa i totally want to do that too. jordan's mother says she's proud of her daughter. and is excited for her. lei fong/ scout's mother she's the one who wants to go on the longest hike, the most rugged, wilderness. and you
know, i think, for me, i really like that she's going to learn resilience. i don't know how to really teach that. you know, so i think that's something that she will learn (hermela) jordan's first trip with the boys will happen memorial weekend.. she's looking forward to that. she's also recruited a few girls to join the boy scouts as part of her duties. reporting live in the newsroom hermela aregawi kron 4 news (jrs) in san francsco, people paid tribute to late mayor ed lee by planting a tree in his honor, on what would have been his 66th birthday.(justine) mayor lee passed away suddenly late last year. today, there was an emotional ceremony at city hall. kron 4's sara stinson brings us the story. it's been early five months since mayor edwin mah lee passed away. ("we continue to miss ed as much as i'm sure you all do.")("you think i miss him, oh i miss him, i miss ed lee.")to honor lee - family, friends and city leaders all gathered together
saturday morning to plant a magnolia tree in view of city hall.("ed would have been so pleased knowing you were all here to pay tribute to him.") the perfect way to tribute the man who worked tirelessly to make the city a better place dating back to when he served as the public works director. ("we now have a legacy of infrastructure that will be tied directly to ed lee for future generations.")lee's work ethic is something everyone talks about.("he was the kind of public servant who worked 24/7.")the ceremony brought tears as lee's sister talked about how much this tree means to their family. ("the sweet fragrance of the magnolia tree will bring back sweet memories of ed. as a devoted mayor, a loving family man, a hard working colleague, a kind friend.")there was also laughter as mayor willie brown told old stories about lee.
("i said why do you need a damn shovel you're my public works director, he said because somebody needs to do your job.")from lee's mother - to mayor mark ferrell - everyone - grabbed a shovel to help plant the tree that will now stand tall to honor mayor lee. ("possibly add other soundbite if there is time) ("the planting of this magnolia tree in ed's honor will continually remind us of ed's love for san francisco, dedication to the city and all he did as the first asian- american mayor of san francisco.")sara stinson, kron 4 news (j.r.) there is a special election in june to vote on a new mayor for the city of san francisco. (jrstone) a driver apparently stepped on the gas instead of the break pedal...and crashed into a donut shop in the south bay. (justine) one person was injured. kron 4's gayle ong reports from milpitas with how that victim is doing tonight. and shows us the damage to the donut store. this is the aftermath --
milpitas fire fighters responded to a vehicle into a building saturday afternoon that sent a man to the trauma center.the driver crashed into a donut shop just as a man was coming through.. ngocthao pham owns the salon at the same shopping strip.. she says it's not the first time a car hit the donut shop.. authorities helped the owners clean up the mess there were minimal structural damage.. the donut shop was business as usual - customers were in and out of the shop picking up fresh donuts.milpitas fire chief says the victim is in
stable condition with non life threathening injurieshe says the driver was okay -- and all parties involved are very lucky in milpitas, gayle ong, kron 4 news. (jr stone) police arrested a man for having 15 pounds of meth in gilroy officers were able to capture juan quinter-osicarios friday... after conducting a city investigation. officials say the 35-year-old was bring large quantities of meth into gilroy. a search warrant was also served at his home in monterey county. police say gilroy is a popular destination for drug traffickers because its linked to the major highways. (justine) on june 5th, a santa clara county judge is facing a recall election ...after he sentenced a former stanford university swimmer to a short jail sentence for sexual assault. judge aaron perksy was targeted for recall... after sentencing brock turner to six- months in jail for sexually assaulting a
female student... recall supporters argue that persky takes sexual assault cases too lightly. however the judge's supporters argue he was following the recommendatio n of the county's probation department and the sentence was legal. the case is being watched to see if "me too" movement supporters turn out to vote. (mabrisa rodriguez)a slight cooling trend is likely to persist into sunday as a weak weather system pushes inland north of the region. this will also help to deepen the marine layer with the potential for some late night or early morning coastal fog and/or drizzle. warming conditions are then likely early next week in response to building high pressure over california.
rain in site, it is time to start thinking about getting ready for wildfire season. next week, calfire kicks off "wildfire awareness week." somethings to think about now... get your emergency plans in place. keep anything that can burn - like wood piles or brush- 30 feet awat from your home. and review your homeowners' insurance policy. while calfire tells us, emergency responders are prepared for year-round wildfires.... 'the public needs to take on the responsibility to be prepared as well'. . (jrs) friday morning a magnitude 6-point-9 quake rocked the entire island of hawaii. the shaking could be felt all across the island chain. mandatory evacuations are still underway in leilani estates and lani-puna gardens. marisa yamane reports. friday morning a magnitude 6- morning a friday friday morning a magnitude 6-point-9 quake
rocked the entire island and could even be felt across the island chain. as a result new fissures...or deep cracks in the ground...continue to open up.there's now 6 of them...sending steam and lava shooting up into the air. mandatory evacuations are still underway in leilani estates and lanipuna gardens. we're talking about 17-hundred people evacuated from their homes, unsure even if they'll have a home to return to. residents gathered at the pahoa community center to get answers from officials.
(jrs) coming up -- firefighters were able to save a seafood market in santa rosa.... but how much in damages are owners looking at tonight... (justine) plus...if you got 'em, smoke 'em. we'll take you to the california cannabis cup, where you only need one thing to participate... (justine) how people in the bay area celebrated cinco de mayo... when we come back (justine) the california
highway patrol is stepping up enforcement this weekend... looking for drivers under the influence. in the south bay, it is because of the sharks playoff game tomorrow. and today, for cinco de mayo celebrations.(jr stone) to celebrate the mexican holiday.. people in jack london square enjoyed a day with lots of food, vendors and dancing. kron4's michelle kingston takes us there... (mk)this cinco de mayo -- was all about the turf dancing -- in oakland's jack london square
ánatáit's a type of dance that started in the 90s ... and has been gaining popularity ever since.ánatájohnny lopez, turfinc"i dance because it's something i am passionate about and i hope that everybody around the world will know more about bay area turf dancing so that's my goal right now to spread it around the world so thats why i'm doing it."johnny lopez started turf inc a few years ago -- an oakland based company dedicated to creating positive changes in the community through dance -- and organized this year's cinco de mayo eventjohnny lopez, turfinc"the best part of today is bringing all this traditional mexican stuff here today ... myself, my parents, all these wonderful mexican vendors who never get love for the things we have in oakland so all i did was bring them over here and we are making history right now."traditional dancers were also performing and celebrating the holidaycecilia
villa, dancer"ever since i was little i wanted to learn more about my culture and this is a way for me to get involved and know where my family and background came from."michelle kingston, @mkingstonnews"but it's not all about the dancing here today. people are also enjoying shopping and the food."luis johnston, oakland "oh, i am having a great time. i love being out here in oakland. jack london square a great place to be. fantastic!" justin gastwirth, oaklandcinco de mayo is always a good time so it's nice to see the culture around."amber cox, oakland"it's beautiful to see the community just be at a peaceful event where everyone's having a good time. i love it."with vendors and all kinds of food -- families said the first annual cinco de mayo dance festival at jack london square was a great event sylvia kwan, oakland "wonderful! it's awesome."in oakland -- michelle kingston -- kron 4 news (justine) just a few days after sacramento's city council approved it, thousands of people gathered for the high times cannabis cup. attendees can buy and smoke marijuana freely at the trade show and concert. some would say it's a cannabis lover's dreams. the
cannabis cup kicked off yesterday at cal expo. it's the first time a cannabis festival has been held on state property. about 15- thousand people are expected to attend this weekend's event. entrepreneurs are taking full advantage of this opportunity. david hudson/entrepreneur: "we're hoping to just raise brand awareness and get people to try the product, check out the varieties that we have to offer."(justine) attendees can also enjoy live music. artists like ludacris and gucci mane performed last night. singer lauryn hill is expected to close out the festival tonight. (jrs) new at 10 -- firefighters quickly put out a fire at the santa rosa seafood market and restaurant. santa rosa firefighters say the fire caused 400-thousand dollars worth of damage. it mainly burned in the storage room. crews charged into the building and put out the flames, holding the main fire damage to that storage and office area. there was minor smoke damage to the market and the restaurant, and the fire was contained in 30
minutes. the cause of the fire has yet to be identified, and the investigation is ongoing. video: https://twitter.com /santarosafire/st atus/992812265865822214 (use scene video) (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (mabrisa rodriguez)a slight cooling trend is likely to persist into sunday as a weak weather system pushes inland north of the region. this will also help to deepen the marine layer with the potential for some late night or early morning coastal fog and/or drizzle. warming conditions are then likely early next week in response to building high pressure over
(j.r.) some concerning news out of fresno county tonight. health officials there say a number of people may have been exposed to a case of the measles. someone infected with the measles showed up at an urgent care center and a hospital emergency room in clovis. doctors say the person was infected out of the state and symptoms developed when they returned. those at the hospital and the ugent
care center are now trying to contact those who may have come in contact with the infected individual. symptoms include fever, cough, and rashes. (jrs) kron4 first told you about the fresno county measles case through a breaking news push alert. download the kron4 mobile app and be the first to know about breaking news when it happens. (justine) and the n-s-a collected millions of calls and text messages in 20-17... how the number compares to previous years. (jrs) and -- residents say a nagging smell has been haunting the city of sacramento... we'll tell you how the problem got solved... coming up
complaing about a stench that has clouded the state capital. nobody really knew where the smell was coming from until experts got involved. reporter, jennifer mcgraw has details. "it was horrible. it was nasty," as the day heated up. . the stench grew stronger. "smelling around thinking, is it my mom? is it my girl? is it me?" everyone we talked to. . thinking the same thing."i get a whiff of it, then it kind of went away, and that's when i'm saying maybe i stepped in something," former nba players lasalle thompson and mike wiley say it's worse than a post game locker room. reporter:"did you check the bottom of your shoe?" lasalle thompson/ former nba player:"i did. i did actually. i said you must have stepped in something because it wasn't me." many trying to guess what's causing the awful odor. lorena henderson/ sacramento: "i was coming out of the doctor's office, and i was like, 'what is that?' it smells like rotten cow
manure." could it be from cows? natsreporter:"what did it smell like?" "it smelled like dog poop," could it be fido? nats"maybe it's these plants?" "no it's not." so really. . what is that smell? we called around from the city manager's office in west sacramentoand the air quality managers in both cities. . and the verdict? something we've all driven across. . some even daily.the yolo bypass. it flooded this past winter. . and now experts say the leftover organic material is naturallybreaking down once the water recedes. so the first real hot day is sending wafts of that rotting aroma across town. now residents are relieved to hear it's just mother nature.ruben galindo/ sacramento:"i knew it wasn't me. i was hoping it wasn't me. you know i had to double check real quick." and since it's an ecosystem problem. . we're just going to have to deal with the stink. (jrs) coming up -- the fbi
says there were more active shooters and more people killed by active shooters last year than in any single year. we'll break down those numbers right after the break. (justine) and -- hundreds of people made some extra money today.. at a gun buyback event in san mateo county... why deputies say this is so important to the community. (mabrisa)a look at your forecast coming up...
they'd tell you to go to ross. because there's so much to choose from. listen to your pets. they're your best friends, so they don't want you to spend more than you have to. if you want to save big on pet accessories, you gotta go to ross. (jrs) people exchanged hundreds of guns in redwood city today where san mateo county sheriff's deputies paid people in cash for their firearms.(justine) a group raised the money to pay people back. kron 4's ella sogomonian take us there and fills us in on how it went. more than three hundred people made some extra cash saturday
afternoon in redwood city in the second gun buyback event for san mateo county in the last five years. sot: john murphy, participant// "my father passed away a year ago and we inherited his guns from wwii. the family decided that we would dispose of them and this came up as an opportunity."for varying reasons more than 400 guns were dropped off at the four hour event.in exchange the sheriff's office paid up to $100 for handguns, shotguns, and rifles and up to $200 for assault weapons... no questions asked. sot: rosemerry blankswade, san mateo county sheriff's office// "we like having it anonymous like this because we feel we get more interest with that in mind a lot more people i think like not having to go through the process of going to a firearm's dealership." $136 thousand dollars was raised to pay for the guns by a local group called citizens for a san mateo county gun buyback that formed after the parkland school shooting in florida.sot: nilu jenks,
citizens for a san mateo county gun buyback// "i really wanted to see something done in response to gun violence in our country and there have been a lot of episodes lately and what could we do? and we found something we could do and it's been pretty awesome." sot: rosemerry blankswade, san mateo county sheriff's office// "less people who might be a victim of a residential burglary wont have firearms either unsecured or even secured in safes that can be taken away so statistically speaking yes if we have less firearms in the community that will mean less availability." congresswomen jackie speier and anna eshoo plus assemblymember kevin mullin contributed to the cause...the county along with eleven of 20 cities in san mateo county donated at least $5,000...with san carlos matching funds up to $50 thousand dollars.the only information at the buyback collected was the serial number for each gun.the sheriff's office reports all the firearms will be melted down and destroyed.in redwood city ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (justine) the fbi says there were more active shooter
incidents in 2017 than in any other year recorded. the new report examines shootings in the u-s over the last two years. it found that - last year -- 138 people were killed in 30 separate active shooting incidents in the u-s. there were 20 active shootings in 2016 that killed 83 people. the fbi defines as active shooter as anyone actively killing or trying to kill people in a populated area-- the data doesn't include information on drug- or gang-related shootings. in texas -- protesters from all sides of the gun control debate were out in force saturday outside the national rifle association convention in dallas. the father of one of the parkland, florida, school shooting victims, fred guttenberg spoke at one gun reform rally at a city park ... ... gun rights supporters heckled guttenberg wth a bullhorn as he tried to speak. (sot) "do you want to know know how my daughter was murdered? is
that what you want to ask me? she was in february. do you want to know about it? no, but i blame the nra for what happened. do you want to know the details of her running down the hallway with a gun pointed at her back. do you want to know? if you don't want to know about that, you can leave.">(jr stone) the gun rights supporters were eventually escorted from the event by dallas police. guttenberg spoke at an event organized by the recently- formed "no rifle association". hours after that rally, a smaller group staged what it called an "open carry" pro-gun rights event in the same park. (live) taking a live look outside at san francisco's embarcadero.... (anchor) time now to check on our weather...
with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (mabrisa rodriguez)a slight cooling trend is likely to persist into sunday as a weak weather system pushes inland north of the region. this will also help to deepen the marine layer with the potential for some late night or early morning coastal fog and/or drizzle. warming conditions are then likely early next week in response to building high pressure over california.
(justine) the national security agency pulled 534-million records of phone calls and text messages from american telecommunications companies last year. (jr stone) that's three times what it looked at in 20-16. according to the office of the director of national intelligence... which compiled the report... úit's unclear why the number rose so sharply. it could be because of increases to the number of phone accounts people of interest are using or changes to how the industry creates records. the data pulled by the n-s-a includes who users contacted and when, but not the contents of those "this is the job of everybody to make sure our kids are safe."(justone) in an
exclusive interview, i talk with the sonoma county man who saw a now convicted child molestor... with two young boys... his gut told him, something was not right. how his call to police lead started an investigation and might have saved many more children from becoming victims. (jrs) and controversy surrounds one n-f-l cheer team over a photo shoot... details on that coming up later in the show. there's only one word for the all new together forever-a pixar night time spectacular. ooohhhh. ahhhhhh. okay, maybe two. celebrate friendship and beyond at pixar fest. staring april 13th at disneyland resort.
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to report something inappropriate, led to the arrest of a now convicted sexual predator... this past week, the former sonoma valley boys and girls club athletic director paul kilgore was sentenced to spend the rest of his life behind bars for child molestation. all because nick egan ... had the gun instinct to call police. i had the chance to talk to egan, for his only interview since the sentencing. sot it seemed really
inappropriate to me and was very unsettlingvery clearly nick egan remembers the day in late august of 2016, when he saw paul dwayne kilgore in a hot tub with two young boys having a sexually graphic conversation about their private partssot my intuition felt that something was off about what was happeningat the healdsburg parkpoint health club, his gut told him to follow kilgore and the boys aged 11 and 12, who were now naked to the locker room. where he witnessed kilfoge brush his hand against a boys thigh. it did not feel right, so he told the front desk, and then called police.sot if it hadn't lined that i was in the exact spot in that exact time how long he would have gone on unpunished and the lives that would have been impactedegan's call to police prompted an investigation.and later to the now 70 year old man's arrest. then a guilty verdict and his sentencing this week to 150 years to life in prison for
molesting 6 boys.he may have befriended the children through the sonoma valley boys and girls club where he worked, the crimes according to the district attorney took place at his house and in pools .sot i almost feel guilty that it did not stop sooner if somebody had taken more timeas an educator in california, egan is mandated by law to report suspicions of child abuse.as a father, came forward bc he wanted to protect innocent children.sot this is a job of everybody to make sure that our kids are safeegan refuses the title of hero.he knows he just did the right thing.sot i feel satisfied that he won't be able to harm anybody else in the future (justine) egan also told me he did meet one of the victims, who thanked him for coming forward and helping to get this now convicted pediphile locked in prison, for life.
because antonio villaraigosa millions got it done.healthcare he defended women's healthcare, banned military-style assault weapons, banned workplace discrimination, and more. antonio for governor. we can now simulate the exact anatomyh care, of a patient's brain before surgery. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for seizures. and if we can fix damaged heart valves without open heart surgery, imagine what we can do for an irregular heartbeat, even high blood pressure. if we can use analyze each patient's breast cancer to personalize their treatment, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you.
led the fight to turn them around. as mayor of l.a., antonio villaraigosa invested in classrooms and security. graduation rates soared. antonio for governor. (jr stone) a's down at the coliseum facing the orioles oakland looking for their second straight win versus manny machado. it was black panther bobblehead day at the a's game. tah-challa made the trip from wakanda to throw out the first pitch we pick it up in extras-- scoreless game in the 12th... khris davis... with a runner on first hits a walkoff home run. it's the third of his career a's win 2-nothing
trevor cahill, who pitched through the sixth... finished with 12 strikeouts oakland is one game above 500 (jr stone) the giants in atlanta saturday facing the braves san francisco looking for their fifth straight series win. top third... giants up by two evan longoria gets his 15-hundred career hit with an r-b-i double buster posey scores... giants take a 4-1 lead two batters later... alen hanson, who was called up for the injured joe panik hits a 2-run shot to left field. the rookie finishes with 4 r-b-i's giants win 11-2... they finish with 18 hits san francisco is on fire... they have won six of their last seven (j.r.)we are less than 24 hours away from more playoff basketball...golden state warriors style. they will take on the pelicans in game four at 12:30 sunday afternoon. the team lost game three to the pelicans in
new orleans 119 to 100. 6 foot 10 anthony davis had 33 points. the pelicans shot 50 percent from the field and 45 percent from three point land. the warriors still lead the series two to one. the team had practice today down in louisiana. draymond green and rajon rondo have been getting into things and jawing at each other. coach steve kerr said he understands that but he was a bit concerned about rondo trying to trip green at one point and trying to get under curry on another play. they're competing i don't see anything wrong with that except for the tripping . i'm all for getting underneath a guys skin but you can't try to step on a guys foot or try to swipe a guy under his feet as he is shooting. those are dangerous plays but other than that i like the competition. wild one saturday in
philly. tie game 76ers- celtics....jj reddick...passes to... terry "rozear" rozier steals it...he gets the ball to al horford who lays it in... 76ers have a second and a half left...marco belinelli...the fadeaway. it's in. sixers tie it...overtime here we come. boston down one less than 10 seconds left. they get the ball into horford. he's able to score. that gives the celtics the lead. philly with one last chance....broken up....the ball is stolen...boson goes on to win this game. they take a three to zero series lead. today was a big one in the horse racing world. kentucky derby going on. and that means the derby hats were in fashion today. justine...check out these hats. all sorts of styles here. almost a....lets see how much i can put on my head kind of day. fun times all around. nice to see all the colorful hats because.
it was not a colorful day out churchill downs in louisville. very wet weather. flooding nearby but the race would go on. justify had 5 to 2 odds to win the race. those were the tops odds. justify would go on to win the race. first time in 136 years that a horse that didn't race as a two year old won the derby. congrats to justify.justify. (justine) imagine traveling for a business trip ... and having your passport taken by colleagues. and then ... put on display for company clients. that's allegedly what happened to some nfl cheerleaders. diane gallagher explains. several cheerleaders for washington's nfl team say a 20-13 trip to costa rica crossed the line. in interviews with the new york times, the women say that -
upon arrival - the team collected their passports before requiring them to take part in a racy photo shoot, where some were topless-- for a team calendar.all this, while high-profile sponsors and fedex field suite owners looked on-juliet macur/nyt reporter: "shooting the calendar in these tiny outfits is the issue - its giving access to sponsors, who are men, who are seemingly pay for this privilege to watch women to pose with hardly any clothes on." ."that's the issue - giving access to sponsors and making these women uncomfortable"the cheerleaders claimed some of them were picked to be quote "personal escorts" for the sponsors at a costa rican nightclub- later that night. and while sex was not involved, the women told the times they felt quote "worthless and unprotected" and were so devastated by the situation-that they did not
return to next season-the cheer team's director said the night at the club was not mandatory.and the washington team issued a statement saying the team is looking into and taking the allegation seriously but quote-"based on the dialogue we've had with a number of current and former cheerleaders over the past 48 hours, we've heard very different first-that directly contradict many of the details of the may 2 article."that's something two former washington cheerleaders- picked by the team to appear on nbc's today show friday- echoed-voice of charo bishop/former redskins cheerleader/from nbc's "today": "some girls were excited to do those things. in terms of being an escort, that was never a perception that i had. i think that being welcoming to sponsors is different."rachel gill/former redskins cheerleader/from nbc's "today": "we always have the option to say no. we are never forced or told to do something we don't want to do." a former carolina panthers cheerleader says that -- in her experience -- it wasn't that simple:brittney cason/former nfl cheerleader: "manipulation is a strong word, but its what happens." brittney cason says the n-f-l cheerleading environment is toxic- with low pay and high standardsand that the women often feel powerless to say no. brittney cason/former nfl cheerleader: "so when you're put in a situation when you feel uncomfortable they quickly remind you there are hundreds of other girls that would kill to trade for your
spot right then and thereand so you just kind of go along with it fearing that you could be kicked off the team." recent lawsuits from cheerleaders on other teams around the n-f-l have described discrimination, unfair wages and sexual harassment. the nfl released a statement friday, saying:"our office will work with our clubs in sharing best practices and employment- related processes that will support club cheerleading squads within an appropriate and supportive workplace." dianne gallagher, cnn, atlanta. (justine) straight ahead tonight -- video you don't want to miss... a massive sinkhole suddenly appeared in new zealand... why scientists say this one is especially impressive.
the sinkhole... reveals thousands of years of rotorua's volcanic past. the astonishing sinkhole is 656 feet long... 66 feet deep and 16 feet wide. however according to the farm's owner... they plan to leave the sinkhole as it is... because it would be a quote "huge tasks to fill it up".up". (jrstone) and stay tuned right after our newscast for the kron four hoop session. mark carpenter has a look at the golden state warriors and other local bay area basketball programs. it all tips off tonight at 11.
( mark ) golden ( mark ) ( mark ) golden state's postseason journey moves to new orleans. we'll catch you up on how round 2 is unfolding against the pelicans. charles barkley says: "i just want to punch him in the face. i want to punch in him the face. i'm telling you. i want to punch his (expletive) in the face. i do." draymond green says:"if he feel that strongly about it then punch me in my face when you see me. if you're not gonna punch me in my face when you see me then shut up." verbal jabs exchanged between the old school and new school. as charles barkley and draymond green go back and forth. details on this growing rivalry.tim hardaway says:"our team was a pickup basketball team that just ran plays." and we turn back the clock to the days of rum tmc. a special interview with the king of the killer crosso