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and change their world view. >> mike: 4-30 from three. steph curry 1-10 from three and the los angeles lakers stun the now 55-6 warriors 112-95. one of the more shocking games in the nba. why did it happen? >> hubie: give them credit. they played the three ball as well as anybody could play it. they put terrific pressure out on the shooter. and then they didn't care if you went by them off the dribble. then offcame off the screen looking for the three. they trapped you and forced you out and they indefinitely intimidated the shot. so i want to give them a lot of credit. you say well, why didn't they go over the top and then they have the advantage and take advantage going to the basket? is they tried that but you can't
that they have, you know, just kept mounting from 10 to 12 to 15 to 18, just kept going. what you're seeing here is the defensive game plan was excellent, and also, the forcing of the turnovers was major. >> mike: kobe bryant, the lakers get the win. here's heather with kobe. >> heather: kobe, congratulations. you guys hand the warriors their sixth loss of the season. how would you measure the impact of this type of win? >> i think it helps our growth obviously. you know, our bigs did a fantastic job. coming back and making sure they don't drop and show early. that's very hard for bigs to do. but they were pretty consistent all night long. >> heather: this has got to be something that is a bigger win in the win category. against the defending champs. how much extra mileage can you give this young team with this kind of a win? >> i think the learning curve comes from trusting the defense, right, and trusting the effort. paying attention to details.
helps tremendously when they see results. >> heather: this is your first game at staples since february 2nd. how much energy did you get playing in front of your fans that have followed you for so long? >> quite a bit of energy. i just feel terrible not being able to be out here every single game. it's been tough laboring through the shoulder a bit. for the last year if i could give it a go i'll try. >> heather: then there were 18. so the number is starting to dwindle. how does your perspective change as it gets lower and lower to zero? >> every game you try to appreciate it more and more and more right? you know, just go out there and compete and do the best you can. while soaking it all in. >> heather: thanks for everything you have done. >> appreciate it. thank you. >> mike: 18 games left in the kobe bryant farewell tour. it happens with a win in los angeles over the defending champs chasing their own history as the warriors lose for the sixth time.
abc.>> breaking news, a home invasion in broad daylight in northeast raleigh. >> we just arrived with the breaking details. >> police civic at the call of a home invasion around 3:30 this afternoon. police still have the caution tape up and are parked outside of the home. they are telling us that a mother came home to find her teenage daughter had been tied up. the believe the suspects entered the home to the back door. they were able to give us a description of at least one of the men.
tall and curly hair wearing a gray shirt with a dr pepper logo. the second suspect we're told as much shorter it is not clear if anything was taken and we are hearing that there were no significant injuries and no one is in custody yet. if you know anything, you are asked to call the raleigh police department. >> everything fell into place with ronnie and me. >> now, former first lady nancy
>> from 1976 when ronald reagan was making a bid for the white house. lost a lot of primaries and was about to get out. >> he says the former senator wanted to use a video of his speech that he felt show the voters whom reagan really was. pregnant's camp said no but nancy said yes. >> nancy is the one who authorized it and got that tape to north carolina. it aired that speech. they literally edited out the palm trees. >> supporters believe it helped four years later. it was that believe in her husband and their work on issues that helped people publicly reacting to the news of her death. governor pat mccrory singh he was inspired by the words and deeds of ronald reagan and drew much of his inspiration from his
senator richard burr putting this photo saying they shared a deep connection. senator thom tillis sending prayers to the family and relate elmers tweeting about her grace and how she served the country with passion. a few of the thousands of messages circulating about the now late nancy reagan. let's former president bill clinton will be in raleigh to promote his wife hillary clinton's presidential bid. he will speak at early voting events across the state encouraging people to get out to the polls before early voting ends saturday. the doors open at 9:15 with the event starting at 1015. another round of presidential riemer is in the debate tonight in the race for the white house. marco rubio picked up a win in
hillary clinton and bernie sanders face-off in a debate tonight. it's excited to be a key issue. this is one of the things we're looking for because we have been dealing with special interests for such a long time. >> the super saturday result, ted cruz and donald trump picked up two wins each other public and side. bernie sanders came out on top in nebraska and kansas. >> across the state, the naacp marched to the polls today testing their ballots in the primary. you're looking at the march to the polls in raleigh and durham. march was held in dozens of north carolina cities yesterday and today. the march honors bloody sunday that infamous confrontation between police and alabama which
rights movement leading to the passage of the voting rights act. >> the sheriff's office says they found the two victims on kelly drive. deputies believe they were shot inside of a home this morning. herman douglas and terry mclean were taken to we command. deputies are looking for four men in a tan or brown chevy malibu with aftermarket chrome wheels. >> the holly springs fire chief was on the scene and said some dust may have ignited this afternoon damaging the ceiling and roof of the restaurant. everybody inside was able to get out and no one was hurt. >> 60's and you and killed by police officer, members of local learners staged a prayer walk through dinkins's.
church walked down the road. they prayed for perspective. they ended the walk near the street side memorial. >> we feel like the city needs to be healed as a whole. we cannot think in terms of us and them. >> it is one thing to say that you're thinking about people, but there is nothing like seeing it in action. >> >> parishioners prayed for an end to the high crime rate. fayetteville drivers may want to hit the brakes. we will tell you how the city is setting up its red light enforcement. >> find out how you can adopt one of the hundreds of animals
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they will be in court again next month. the aspca scheduled an adoption event for the animals at the february shelter. >> more red light cameras may be coming to fayetteville. the company is in talks to add them to five more intersections this spring. police handed out nearly 9000 tickets from july through january of this year. each ticket is $100, $65 of which goes to the schools. >> the crews started moving one of the houses on yancy street from vickers avenue this morning. the process was painstakingly slow. numeral if all the planning they hit a snag.
truck carrying the house sank into that soft round. despite the delay the homeowner said it was well worth it to move it back to where it originally stood before construction of the durham freeway. >> this is a commercial downtown area and i think the houses have a long-term future in the residential neighborhood. >> once the homes are finally in place that will be renovated and sold. fire damage -- damaged one of the homes in 2010. from hurricanes that i storms and tornadoes. coming up, we will find out why people all over the state will be prepping for the worst storm this year. >> nice to see it as light out there which means that spring is
we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. >> those tornadoes that touched down here less than two weeks ago shall have important it is to be ready when mother nature flexes her muscles. governor mccrory declared it weather preparedness week. 920 dozen some 550 severe
$12 million in damage last year and we all saw that and felt that a couple weeks ago. >> they are still cleaning up and they will be cleaning up for weeks or months. >> we need to be ready. >> we do. and it is important to member that monday and tuesday are the days to get your plan in place. make sure the kids nowhere to go and they get home from school. today is a gorgeous day out there. believe it or not it will get better from here. the tough part is you will probably have to work through some of the nicest weather. sunshine will dominate the forecast through the middle part of the week. we should have a few days around here where we get to enjoy the pleasant springlike weather. clearing skies right now for the western zones and to some of the northeastern counties still see
but overnight most of us will get mostly clear and could eventually see some patchy fog. down to the south we still seeing clearing off to the west. it's really just a nice day. you can see gorgeous color in the sky the sun especially set at 615 tonight. the wind is pretty calm and precipitation is not much to worry about today. 53 on the ground there. we are at 55 and slightly warmer in fayetteville. upper 40's and siler city and earlier today the highs actually did reach the upper 50's and the trying go any with lower 60's in fayetteville. in a few days some areas down to the south could touch 80. first will let's go through tonight. we will likely drop to the lower 40's by midnight and finally end
remember that the low overnight is generally right around sunrise. we will predict about 36 in raleigh, 37 in fayetteville. patchy dense fog could be a possibility. they will likely need a jacket in the morning. it will probably be the coolest morning we will see for a while. we are already starting to see a warming trend and tomorrow will be warm. still, nice, 65 in raleigh and durham. high-pressure pushes out to the east. there is a big warm up for
the forecast and this high-pressure creates a nice doma all over it -- a nice dome all over it. friday we start to see it back off as we head into the weekend. for the end of the week we are talking saturday into sunday. we could see a little bit of rain. your forecast shows gorgeous conditions through thursday. 77 here in the triangle in some areas could touch 80's. >> let's turn to joe now, it is
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to reflect on the regular season and hand out awards. this virginia senior leads the way with two individual accolades. he is the defensive player of the year. he is the league's fourth leading scorer and led the stingy defense which gives up an acc low at less than 60 points per game. brice johnson finished a different second in the voting but the double-double machine is a selection close to 17 points. grayson allen is the league's