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the clippers, doc rivers is trying to get them to trap earlier. so valuable time didn't get wasted. the steal, the near turnover and the prigioni three makes it a one-possession game and steve kerr goes back to his starters. >> they have a foul to give. there's the foul on curry with 4.6 remaining. now golden state will inbound again. clippers do have a couple of timeouts remaining. golden state has one timeout left. >> this game was all but over. they were talking about the next step for golden state. the clippers reserves, iguodala looking, looking. inside. the ball is knocked away. picked up by wilcox. wilcox puts it up, won't go, and the game ends! how about that.
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and force overtime. doc rivers could even smile about it. golden state survives the final couple of minutes. >> good job of active hands and denying the basketball. keep it away from curry, away from thompson. force a turnover. wilcox actually has a chance to send this game into overtime. had open shooters on the wing. >> he should have passed the ball, but what a great run by the clippers. >> just another golden state/l.a. clippers game. klay thompson led scores with 32. he's with lisa. >> thank you, mike. klay, what happened? it seemed like this game was over. what happened? >> we got careless with the ball and before you know it they scored 8 points in about 20 seconds. got to learn from it and learn it's a 48-minute game. they're never going to stop fighting.
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the game you told us you could not have another game like last night. so what was different tonight for most of the game? >> the intensity here was special. it's crazy, it's the regular season. it's always fun to play the clippers. electricity in this building got us up and ready for 48 minutes and our turnovers, too. we didn't have 13 turnovers in a quarter like we did last night. >> you did have 30-plus assists tonight. for the 28th time which is a franchise record for you guys, what does that say about your team and all the assists that you had night after night. >> that's just how we play. we modelled the offense after sharing the ball. it's contagious when one person moves on and the next guy gets an open shot. it's always going to come back to them. 30 assists is crazy. it's a testament to how unselfish we are. >> a win is a win, so congratulations. >> thank you. >> mike, back to you.
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on the season. much more nba action on espn coming up wednesday. at 8, wizards and bulls. then the sturs and kings. coverage begins at 7:30. wild finish as the warriors hold off the clippers 115-112. for jeff, mark, lisa, our producer and director and our wonderful abc crew, mike breen saying thanks so much for watching as the warriors defeat the clippers for the third time this season in three games.
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greg breaking right now on eyewitness news, it is gop primary night in south carolina. donald trump out on top. meantime, another high-profile name drops out. -- the democratic caucus. bullets flying at a crowded shopping mall in south carolina. customers hiding in stores. where the search stance for the cuter -- search stands for the shooter. this is one mad tar heel. hear a message for an analyst predicting an early retirement. eyewitness news at 11:00 starts right now. announcer: see what is happening this instant, abc eyewitness news at 11:00 starts right now. >> the winners are donald trump
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good saturday evening, i'm heather waliga. the race is in south carolina and nevada with trump and clinton in the top spot. jeb bush dropping out of the race. bush saying the people of iowa, new hampshire, and south carolina have spoken, and i
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making men the firing into the air. it happened in front of a jewelry store. it appears two men began fighting, and another try to break it up. two hours after the shooting, shoppers will still -- were still hiding. no one was hurt. police have not found the pair they think were involved. new developments tonight on the four bicyclist troopers say were mowed down by a car in johnston county. the driver telling eyewitness news exclusively, it happened so fast, charges now pending against her tonight.
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alinareporter: this group went out for a long ride, 124 miles when they were hit. their bikes were found mangled on a johnson county road, cyclists were hit by a driver and ejected. joel, lynn, mike, and christopher were all injured. he spent years on the bicycling advisory commission, and was once the president of a prominent national bike club. in the community. >> i am worried about my how badly they are injured. reporter: highway patrol says they were hit from behind. we met the driver, sobbing on the side of the drug -- road. the entire right side of her windshield is smashed in. williams tells us she saw the
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car coming in the opposite direction, and there was not enough room to move. >> [indiscernible] >> why didn't she wait? white into slowdown? -- why did she not slowdown? the two seconds she saved, was not worth it. reporter: charges are expected to be filed against williams. highway patrol told me that all of the victims were wearing reflective gear, and it have lights. they were alike -- alerting drivers to share the road. heather: thank you. we will stay close to this story, and bring you any updates about the cyclist and charges tomorrow morning on eyewitness news. >> you have no idea what you're talking about. heather: that is the unc head basketball coach going off in front of reporters after kelly
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many of you clicking on this story on the mobile app. he blasted a cbs analyst over comments about his future with the tar heels, and possible retirement. thousands gathered to say goodbye to the leading conservative who was on the high court, justice antonin scalia. bells told for several minutes while a hearst carried his body. it pulled up to the basilica of the national shrine of the immaculate conception. longtime frien scalia read the homily and thanked everyone for their support. >> on behalf of my mother and
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here. your many words of consolation. even more, for they many prayers and masses you have offered at the death of her father, antonin scalia a. . heather: immediately following the mass, the family left to the burial site. a driver's truck plunged into a pond. bubbles behind the church was the only evidence left of the vehicle. police tell us the man lost control this afternoon. seconds before hitting the water, he jumped out. the truck ran over his leg. his injuries are not life-threatening. tonight we are hearing from a woman who likely helped save a 29-year-old's life after he fell down an icy staircase in the middle of the night. it happened tuesday morning along cumberland street.
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anthony wilson was the eyewitness -- with the eyewitness account. >> i think you may have fallen. i am not sure. when i found him, he was on the ground. anthony: stephanie williams heard her neighbor's dog whimpering outside of her apartment tuesday morning. she saw him. >> he was face down. he was unresponsive. his body was convulsing. anthony: blood was pouring from a gash in his head. >> he did not move. that is when i dialed 911. anthony collins with help from the dispatcher, she used her cpr training to help him, until ems crews arrived. raleigh police say there was a possibility the incident was weather-related. >> it is still icy outside. when i walked over to him, he was damp. anthony: to get an idea of how
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lived on the third floor. when she saw him coming he was down there come on the pavement, motionless. now that he is at the hospital, she and his neighbors hope he will recover. >> i tried to call and go by, but we cannot see him because we are not family. anthony: she hopes he gets this message, >> we love him. we hope he gets better. please don't scare us again like that. anthony: anthony wilson, abc 11 eyewitness news. heather: and interfaith canned to drive wrapped up today at the islamic center of raleigh. three people were murdered last year at a chapel hill apartment complex. his final message on facebook showed him giving food to the homeless. last year the drive provided more than 20,000 meals to people
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for the first time in 100 years, a historic home in raleigh has a new address. crews completed the task of moving the tarleton house today. the owner decided to move from north harrington street to newborn avenue because the land around harrington is slated for redevelopment. jeremy baker walks us through the journey of taking an entire house from point a to point b. >> it is amazing to see something like this. >> something that probably comes along once in a lifetime. i have never seen anything like that. >> i have never seen anything like this before in my life. >> you get a moving van and move, you don't get someone to pick up your house. >> i have never seen this before. it is so artistic, i know it is a reality. >> like a little kid that used to run electric cars on
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>> i am one man. >> it looks like they are raising it and lowering it. >> they are carefully adjusting the level of it. you can see all of the hydraulics. >> they are taking out all of the streetlights. >> all of the streets are closed. it is awesome. it is a good thing. >> he usually is a jokester. we didn't know if he was being honest. that is why we're out here. it is cool that we try to preserve our historic homes here in raleigh. heather: a must-see in downtown raleigh. calls for help, seconds before disaster. coming up, here the final messages from the captain of a doomed cargo ship that sank during a hurricane.
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the famous author, harper lee, reflected her private lifestyle. first, it is a nice night for a stroll. 52 degrees. we are warming up tomorrow. steve: the later tonight -- low tonight might be in the upper 40's. warming quickly tomorrow. it should be another warm day. more clouds and maybe a spotty shower in the afternoon. we will talk about that in a few minutes. heather: here is another look at tonight's powerball numbers. they are 54, 12, 11, 16, 15, and they powerball is 25.
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fineness -- find us on facebook, and click get notifications for the latest updates. heather: we are taking inside the moments before one of the worst shipping disasters and years -- in years. >> the clock is ticking. heather: the coast guard played the emotional calls during their investigation into the sinking of the ship. the ship sailed directly into the path of hurricane walking -- hurricane joaquin last october. the families listened in some wiped away tears. the coast guard will decide if misconduct, negligence, or violations of the law contributed to the accident. it will be up to prosecutors whether to file criminal charges. the funeral for harper lee turned out to be just as private as her life. a few dozen family members attended the service in monroeville, alabama. her longtime friend and history
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wayne flynt read a speech he wrote in 2006 when she won the early 10 pledge foundation award. the city where jeopardy comes looking for young contestants, what is raleigh, of course. teenagers gathered at the sheraton hotel in downtown this afternoon. they are competing for a spot in the teenage tournament in april. each contestant had to pass an online test to audition today. alex trebek covered them with questions, via video. they then put their skills to a test in front of the crew hoping to make it to the final round. >> i did the test, i was like, mom, check your e-mail every day. we did until we got the e-mail. i was pretty happy. >> it is pretty exciting. i was reading things online about the statistics of the people who get in. the odds are less than harvard.
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rally is one of six cities is visiting. jimmy mcguire is on the tour. when we heard about the local stuff, you know that joel and i had to test our staff. -- stuff. safe to say we will not be making it on the show, if you can tell by our reactions. we did not get too many right. we had a good time. incredibly smart teenagers. a whole roomful. steve: or you too late -- were you too late? heather: it was a good time. steve: not a bad day. the temperatures were nice and warm. take a look at the highs. normal high is 56. we be better by 10 today. nowhere near the record. pretty warm out there. we expect to be warm again tomorrow. let's talk about the active
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there could be a little bit of activity, not only sunday, but again monday, tuesday, and wednesday looked to be more active. this is the european model, suggesting a trough and moisture coming over from tuesday. notice that snow line to the north, that moves away. the upper level low looks impressive and that comes our way. that will stay to the west. it will be an all liquid event wednesday. some signs showing that wednesday could potentially be the most active day. long-term models showing upwards to an inch maybe 1.5 inches of water -- rain. i think it is more unsettled if it will be monday, tuesday, or wednesday. tomorrow, temperatures near 70. a slight chance in the in-house model hinting at that. unsettled will be the key to our
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for a while. we might have one day, that would be wednesday, and then we could warm up. tomorrow we get cooler as we go. monday and tuesday, and then a buckle in the jet stream could cap us into the some warm air. here comes the cooler weather for thursday and friday. friday could potentially get in the 40's fries -- four highs. -- for highs. uniform temperatures, low to mid 50's for everyone right now. as you step out the door in the morning come upper 40's to start and getting up to about 60 by 11:00 in the morning. once again we will be in the mid to upper 60's in some areas. rdu, 70 potentially. notice how the clouds have broken apart for a while. they will still back in --
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this frontal boundary will mix in with some moistururfrom the west. the timing on our model has increased significant way. -- significantly. if you watched chris yesterday, he was talking about this in the evening. potentially earlier by a few hours. we might see a shower around 2:00 or 3:00. if it holds together, a light shower could move across the triangle early evening hours. don't cancel your plans. this is a chance of moisture. this front will move south monday. say goodbye to the warm temperatures, back to the 50's. moisture over that front could bring showers. best bet late in the day, i think we will go overnight with rain. the low-pressure -- where will it go? limit to the south come on top
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wednesday as well, another area of low pressure from the west comes in. that one looking more impressive. know whether concerns for tomorrow in florida for the daytona 500. temperatures will be in the 70's. good racing weather. tomorrow -- tonight, partly cloudy, temperatures in the upper 40's. mild tonight, and warm tomorrow. mid to upper 60's in the northern counties. around 70 in the sandhills. monday could be a day where we have temperatures falling later in the day. rain coming in monday night into tuesday, a little break, and the more rain on wednesday. heather: it looks like a little bit of sunshine at the end. thank you.
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