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>> good morning, everyone, thanks so much for waking up with us on this saturday 10th. >> hey, chris, a lot of sunshine, patchy fog out there. live doppler 7 showing most of you are clear. as we look at a live camera, you will notice it looks pretty nice out there. but there is a system to the north of us, keeping a cool pool of air with us. we will look for temperatures, audience again, to be below average. the beach today, near 70 the winds will be cooler. 60 right now in concord
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yesterday it was muggy and grey. we're dry with temperatures anywhere from 4 to 7 degrees cooler. so that translates into a cooler afternoon. a look at summer-like heat making a come back. >> thank you. breaking news out of contra costa county, brentwood police are investigating a shooting. it happened last night. another suspect suffered injuries that were not gunshot wounds. officials say both suspects were taken to hospital and both were still alive this morning. right now, it's unclear what led up to the shooting. however, no officers were hurt. san francisco police are investigating after one of its patrol vehicles rolled over and landed on top of its roof. two officers were hurt in the crash on great highway just before 8:00 last night. abc 7 news spoke with a witness who was driving behind the squad
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car right before the crash. >> the police car was fast in the number one lane and the car in number two lane wanted to change lanes in front of the police car t. siren wasn't activated. >> police say the officer driving tried to pass that car when the squad vehicle hit a boulder in the center median and flipped over. both officers were taken to the hospital with middle eastern injuries. >> the officers don't appear to be on a call at this time. so we're still trying to understand where they're going and what they were doing. >> police are looking for more witnesses as well as very veils to help with the investigation. in the south bay, police are looking for a drone pilot who caused a large outlet. abc 7 news reporter katie marzulo has the details. >> reporter: suddenly, he
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sparks and we heard a loud sound. >> reporter: he was working at the performing arts center around 8:15 thursday night. the show could not go on. without power, staff couldn't use the automated announcement syst system. >> all the staff went in the corners and crannies of the library to find people. >> we had flash liepts and used our phones. they had a good strong flashlight on the phones to make sure everybody was route. >> reporter: this is the evidence mountain view police were able to work with. >> we were able cover a very good drone. right now, we are trying to figure out who owns the drone. where it was flying, where it was in that area. >> witnesses told police they saw a man with white hair flying a drone on polaris avenue shortly before the outage. the faa does not allow them to
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be flown their people and they must be kept clear of obstacles. >> we don't have enough to know what's going on with the drones. >> reporter: pg & e says 1,500 customers lost power. anyone with information about the drone pilot is asked to call mountain view police. in montana tain view, katie marzulo, abc 7 news. today two groups of protesters will express different views in santa clara, a group act for america will have a rally at winchester and stevens creeks boulevard. sharia is the law of islam. act for america claims sharia is incompatible with u.s. law and american values. local interfaith groups will stage a counter protest nearby. >> we want the voice of inclusion, celebrating, this very strong and vibrant
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community. >> santa clara pd will have extra patrols. >> they consider acts for america to be a hate group. anyone riding bart through oakland this weekend should plan ahead. bart are rebuilding the lake lae merit station and fruitvale. a bus bridge will connect passengers around the closure. this will be the last weekend for the work that began in april. bart says expect delays, normal service will resume on monday. the warriors are flying back to the bay area today after a tough loss in cleveland. outcome the hoped for t. team will win it on home court. the team returns to oracle monday night after an explosive game four. golden state was ready to make history, instead were handed their first post-season loss. it was also their first season loss since april 10th. >> obviously, i have felt this fear of walking on the court
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with a loss in a while. but we have done a good job of bouncing back and being resilient all year and, obviously, learning from all the different experiences we have been through. >> game five is monday night at 6:00 p.m.. abc 7 sports director larry biel will have more highlights from last night later in sports. cals fans, of course, had a lot to celebrate last night. abc 7 news reporter wayne freedman was at quicken loans arena in cleveland and has reaction from warriors fans that went to the game. >> reporter: two towards, you know what follows statements like this? we're expecting a sweep. >> history, 16 and o. warriors sweep your champions. >> that was the skipt as written by bay area fans who through themselves to the airline travel system. our bay area cameras helped justin as he hopped a plane to cleveland and arrived with plenty of time to spare. >> we made it by halftime.
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>> reporter: in fact it was not as anticipated the par warriors got done to them what they have done to 15 others they made this game look more leak a shoot around at this time. 86 points in the first half of the finals game. that's a record a. surprise to bay area fans, the cavaliers made 58% of all 3s, for once, they got drubbed. when the staple remains undaunted. >> what's this all >> it's since the oakland as in 1970s. >> in short, no worries. >> this will be done next week.
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>> from cleveland ray freedman, abc 7 news. >> if you want to be there for game five, tickets go on sale today. season ticket holders can get their tickets at 10:00. the final pre sale for all warriors insiders is at 3:00 p.m.. tickets go on sale to the general public at 5:00 p.m. t. only ticket to purchase is online at if you can't get tickets through the warriors website. they have plenty of tickets available. they won't come cheap. we checked some websites, here's what we found. on stubhub the cheapest is $820. gametime $872 per ticket. on ticketiq it's $900 apiece and all of those tickets are for upper-level seating. lower level will cost you at least $3,000 bucks. espn and abc's coverage of
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game five of the nba finals starts monday at 5:30 right here on abc 7. right before the became the, join us for the dubs pre-game show. they will be live mopped at 5:00 p.m.. meteorologist lisa argen is live. there is sun out there but it's a little cool. >> it is, even with a chance of showers want. not only tomorrow, in lake county, the north bay, check it out, santa cruz is sunny in the 50s and once again you will be in the 70s, a beautiful afternoon, can we warm it up any? the answer is yes. stay tuned for my accuweather 7-day forecast. >> looking forward it to. thank you. also next, president trump hitting back at former fbi direct e director james comey and his blockbuster testimony. plus a big milestone for a warriors fan who beat the odds
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pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center. we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e
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nearly 20 million people watched former fbi director james comey testify before congress. now the president is firing back. abc news reporter has details. >> no collusion, no obstruction. he's a leaker, but we want to get back to running our great
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country. >> reporter: president trump friday declaring james comey's testimony a total and complete vindication. in his first public appearance since being fired by president trump, former fbi director james comey accused the white house of lying about him and the fbi. >> the administration then chose to defame me and more importantly the fbi, by saying that the organization was if disarray, it was poorly led, the work force has lost confidence in its leader. those were lies, plain and simple. >> reporter: this prompting a new line of attack by the president accusing the fired fbi director of lying in much of the rest of his sworn testimony. >> we were very, very happy and, frankly, james comey confirmed a lot of what i said. and some of the things that he said just weren't true. >> reporter: the truth about the contested conversation they come down to tapes, which the president tweeted may exist. tapes comey and many in congress now demaened to hear. >> i've seen the tweet about
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tapes. lordy, i hope there are tapes. >>. >> reporter: friday night the house commission are giving them two weeks to turn over any tapes. the contra costa district attorney is now under criminal investigation. our immediate partners, the bay area news group reports the state attorney general's office has seized the phone and other items of mpeterson. she accused of spending $66 thousand of campaign cash on expenses and lying about it in documents sent to the state. last month they recommended that he be removed from office. governor jerry brown west met with germany's environmental minister yesterday in san francisco, there he criticized pulling out of the paris climbed accord. this path cannot be continued. you can't go against every country in the whole world, except what is it nicaragua and
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syria. i don't think that's possible. >> governor brown praised china to combat u.s. climate change. brown was asked if he tried to persuade the president to stay in the paris accord. >> no, i haveen talked to mr. trump since i was mayor of oakland, looking for a casino to try to promote economic growth. >> germany's environmental minister says she believes the u.s. will retake its role as the global leader on climate change in the future. an oak teenager who is battling cancer got to do something incredible yesterday. he graduated from high school. as abc 7 news reporter explains, the young man is a warrior in every sense of the word. >> here he is. the one and only. >> reporter: darryl aikens arrived to a hero's welcome and said he's
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the former football player hasn't been to school in a while. in fact. he was told this day might never come. akeens has leukemia, even after a bone marrow transplant last spring. doctors told him he had only months to live. >> they said he wouldn't be here. he's here. >> reporter: aikens is not a quitter. >> when they count him out, he keeps going. >> but he's also proving something else. at a school where attendance and graduation rates are falling, he's defied the odds academically and medically. >> it's huge. the city makes those things better and darryl is one of those who made it. >> reporter: aikens has had some inspiration in his drive to keep fighting. he got to meet the team with the help of make a wish foundation months ago. he loves kevin durant. >> this is so beautiful. >> reporter: the feeling is
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mutual. >> you are always so strong and courageous. i have learned a lot from him. >> reporter: so can his classmates. they say he's easy to love. >> i was almost in tears because i thought he wasn't going to be able walk on the stage with us. >> darryl aikens. >> reporter: but walk the stage, he did, just hours before game four of the nba finals. >> his wish was to graduate and watch the warriors championship. here we are today. >> he says he will be on his feet again. in oakland, jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. >> now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> hello, everyone, waking up to sunshine, a pretty start to your weekend. it will be cool once again, here's live doppler 7. you have a little fog out there. there is a system, a cold system for this time of year. it will bring not only showers to the northern sacramento valley and to the northern sierra, but snow showers, down
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to about 5,000 feet. just about to pass levels so maybe two-to-four inches there. tomorrow is our coolest day, as we look outside, it looks pretty nice out there. golden gate bridge. san jose, vacate for you. on the coast, mid-50s, it will be chilly, breezy. gusty winds tomorrow along the shore line. a beautiful start here in the city with a blue sky. we will be looking at a breezy and cool afternoon. 54 santa rosa. you have come up significantly from your morning low of the mid-40s. it's 57 by the delta. 67 in concord, livermore 67. highs today barely in the 70s for our friends in our east bay valley. from mount tam, we had early gusty winds, breezy, not quite as gusty as it was this morning. if you are biking or hiking, will you notice that. we are looking at below average temperatures with the winds, a
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chance of showers tomorrow and much warmer next week. so let's skip ahead to tomorrow. you will notice we are waking up to fog-free conditions. by the afternoon, things get a little interesting up around lake county, sonoma county. we could see a few showers, light showers. otherwise, we see sunshine and cool temperatures. look at the winds, tomorrow morning, 20s to 30 miles an hour along the coast. by the afternoon, they ramp up here and remain breezy around the bay. so you know a warm-up isn't in the near future. redwood city, we have temperatures in the 60s today. your coolest day tomorrow, back to the upper 60s on monday, finally, near average, tuesday and wednesday, it's the end of the week when you will see those '80s. but our peninsula lows get that nice breeze, it shouldn't be too bad as we look at san jose, though, you will be in the 90s by the end of the week, 70s today, shy 8 degrees of your average. i'll take mid-week to be more like june. about ten days away from summer. this is the way it goes around here, 64 in richmond, 65 in
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oakland. upper 66 in the north bay. 67 fremont and those numbers just in the low 70s. so you download the accuweather app. you will notice the camera is shaking a bit. sunny skies today, below average temperatures, coolest day tomorrow, maybe a few sprinkles. upper elevations in the north and east bay. we turn around on monday for a mild afternoon. tuesday, we're in the '80s inland, mid-70 across the board, tuesday and wednesday around the bay, sounds nice. summer-like heat comes back thursday. boy is it getting hot next friday? so hopefully the pool party is next friday. >> we use a break from the heat for now. thank you. just ahead, dub nation could use some sweetness this morning t. bay area bakery that has just the perfect treat.
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kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. >> no states i states have more hybrid cars than california. could hybrids like bicycles be the next big thing? >> reporter: he has been riding a bike for five years, they just got on the saddle seven weeks ago. they built in an enthusiasm for electric bikes. >> it's kind of fun, it's like being on a two-wheeled golf cart. >> it's actually a fun day, just the ride, itself, is fun.
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>> reporter: he co-founded sausalito bay's easton shows us the lithium ion battery that gives these bikes an extra extra oomph. >> it feels like have you rocket et boosters in your legs. >> reporter: as soon as you turn on the power assist the battery kicks in, you will notice a sudden thrust. >> he is also, like zoom, so you feel really strong. >> there is no feeling to me that compares to riding on the bike. i would say having the winds through your hair. it doesn't quite apply to me. >> reporter: he co-owns one of the few regional shops in the bay area that sells ebikes. but new wheel opened its first store in 2011 in san francisco. since then, it has opened a second shop in marin and sales have increased from under 100 bikes to more than 500 annually. overall, in north america, it's estimated 152,000 ebikes were sold last year.
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compare that to the nearly 33 million in asia. >> our infrastructure improves, we see the demand as bikes go way up. >> reporter: class i and ii electric bikes can go up to 20 miles per hour and have no age restrictions, class iii bikes go up to 28 miles per hour. you must be 16 to ride them. no driver's license or special permit is needed. after seven weeks of riding one, he says we can't see going without his ebike. >> the lone ranger had his course, silver. this is my trusty speed. >> they signed a deal to make its bikes available to uber drivers at a 20% discount. so you may soon be seeing a lot more ebikes on the road. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. >> if you are headed to south lake tahoe, expect some delays this morning, cal-trans is hoping to have a mudslide on highway 50 at allegeder creek w
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opened by this afternoon. officials say 50 tons of debris from the hillside slid onto the road on thursday t. highway shut down for five miles, now crews are looking on reverse traffic control. cal-trans says water from winter storms got in between boulders causing the mudslides. abc 7 news, dropped into a pacifica bakery that's extra sweet on the warriors. >> that would be mazzetti's bakery. both staff and customers are big warriors fans, that adds up to a lot of warriors inspired goodies. cakes, kook goodies, you name it. they will take special orders with a player's name or jersey. still to come, dub nation packed oracle arena for a watch party. fans are worried about the cars leading 3-1 again? plus, why people in china are cheeri
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>> thanks so much for starting your day with abc 7 morning. i'm chris nguyen. lisa arjen is tracking the conditions where you live. >> hey, chris, you can see the future tower camera there is some fog floating by. plenty of sunshine here in san francisco. it will be a cool day today, a lot like yesterday, breezy to gusty winds at times.
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55 here in the city. vacate in san jose. oakland already at 60 and over in the east bay, emeryville, it is sunny now with low 60s in the north bay and 60 in concord. so we're cooler. we got rid of that humidity in the atmosphere yesterday, boy, we are looking at breezy winds and a cool weekend. in fact, tomorrow looks to be the coolest day. as we get into monday, you notice things are cool. on the seven-day outlook, we get much, much warmer, feeling like summer before the official start of summer. i will explain in a few minutes. >> thank you. the warriors are coming back to'ing the bay area today in hopes of whenning a championship on their home court t. team will have a chance to be the first bay area team to clinch at home since the oakland as won 43 years ago. golden state is now up three games to one after an explosive and record-setting performance from the cavs. the loss is the warrior's first the post-season and the first
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since april 10th. the series returns to oracle monday night at 5:00. oracle fans patched the arena for a watch party. we were there and we talked with fans who aren't worried about the loss. >> reporter: the drum line brought the intensity t. warriors on the other hand did not. for the first time this series the dub nation focussed a team of defeat. it cleared out quickly, fans say they're not concerned. >> i think we're going to close around 5. >> reporter: we asked some pint-sized experts their take. >> it was really sad, but i think we can win the next game at home. >> we probably would win it, but cleveland played hard like they just played this game, i don't know, hopefully they win at home on game five on monday. >> they wasn't trying their
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best. >> reporter: the dub nation always delivers a strong home court advantage so we're sure we'll see a reenergized team come monday night at oracle, abc 7 news. >> no doubt dub fans across the nation. the warriors have championshiptured the hearts of people in china. >> in chain, san francisco, fans don't have to look far for a sense of warrior's pride. >> i have a display in the window. you will see that. >> reporter: yes, we love golden state here in the bay. but dove nation actually extornadoes across the pacific, especially in china a. country that loves to win as much as it loves a superstar, or in this case, a group of them. >> we're a west coast team, a 12506r789 over there is a 10:00 start in beijing. it's better than an east coast team. >> reporter: players like steph curry seem to be more relatable. >> if they're not as being played, there is hope for them. you know, if they go to the gym and practice a ton, they can
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maybe upset steph curry. he is like a symbol of hope. >> reporter: emily tang helps content exclusively for the chinese market. >> the fans in china is more than half the population here in the states, so it's because there is a lot of people in china. that's what it comes down to. >> reporter: basketball isn't just a means of cultural exchange between china and the u.s., it's a huge money-maker for the nbat. warriors have also capitalized on their success, tapping into the market by selling jerseys that celebrate the country's heritage. >> they are like big stars, steph curry, draymond green and kevin durant. they love to share the ball and they love shooting 3s and the excitement of them is really high. >> reporter: china viewership has been high, with more than 30 million web clicks per game. espn and abc's coverage of game five of the nba finals starts
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monday at 5:30 right here on abc 7. before the game, be sure to join larry biel and mike schuman for the dubs on 7 pre game slope. larry and mike will be live monday at 5:00 p.m.. we want to see your fan photos, post them to social media. use the #dubs on 7 so we can find them and feature them on air and online at abc 7 a 13-year-old boy in millbray is recovering after being stabbed outside the library. they took his alleged attacker into custody. abc 7 news reporter las the story. >> reporter: in millbray classes ended early, when kids came to the library a normal routine became a bad situation. >> it's appalling. it is, it leaves you frightened,
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for yourself. >> reporter: detectives say the male teen was hanging outside of the library with his friends when a 40 yeeshld transient man walked up to him. >> without 18th sight or reason he stabbed him with a pact knife. >> the teenager was shocked, he was panicking. he didn't know why he was attacked. >> reporter: police officers at a substation next door rushed to the scene. officersed a minstered first-aid on the young victim before he was taken to the hospital. police took the man into custody, detectives say strangely the suspect hung around. >> after the attack, he didn't flee. he stayed in the area, so on top of that, it's another unusual circumstance. >> reporter: the teenager is a taylor middle school student. he underwent surgery. she expected to recover. as for hess attacker, he's in san mateo county jail. detectives say they're trying to figure out who he is and why he randomly attacked a kid.
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in millbrae, lonnie rivera, abc 7 news. >> the woman sexually assaulted by director roman polanski when she was 13 asked the judge to end the case. yesterday she appeared in a los angeles courtroom telling the judge she wants either an outright dismissal or to have him sentenced without him being present t. oscar winning director's repeated requests for the same rulings have been denied. the judge did not issue an immediate ruling. >> i am standing here saying, he served his sentence. he went to jail for 42 days. i never asked anybody to sit if prison for one day. he was lied to, he did his sentence. he owes the state of california nothing. >> polansky fled on the eve of sentencing for having unlawful sex with a middle eastern. she describes herself more a victim of the criminal justice system than polanski.
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they have hired a noted anti-trust attorney. the group retained james quinn, a relevant rnted litigator. quinn defeated the nfl in a landmark federal court case in 1992 and grant. ed players unrestricted free agency. it likely set the stage for a lawsuit against the raiders over the team's planned move to las vegas. new details this morning on a summer of love concert to exempt rate the biggest anniversary of the iconic year. our partners report the city of san francisco has revealed plans for a free concert after denying a promoter permits for celebration. the recreation and parks promoter rejected votes twice from getting perms. willie brown is behind the concert. tickets are already sold out. still ahead on abc 7 morning, no matter which way the cookie crumbles in the nba
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the newest attraction at the oakland zoo. the zoo's gonzales la opened yesterday. right now visitors can write it up to a gonzales la. they are transform them to a california exhibit currently under construction. it will feature animals native to california, including grizzly bears. 8:41 the time. preparations are under way for a big pool party in walnut creek t. grand opening will be held at 11:00 a.m.. it features a splash playgrounds. you can get in for free all day today few want to join in on that celebration. lisa argen joins us now. you might want to have that towel on standby, a little chilly out there. >> we have that, we know about that. sierra nevada, it will go down to freezing tonight a. windy day today, 58 degrees, looking at perhaps mountain snow tomorrow.
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blustery there. bow it looks pretty. we will talk about the local forecast in a few minutes. >> you say freezing. also ahead, the nba finals heat up as tempers flare in cleveland. larry biel has the the energy conscious whopeople among usle? say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear.
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camera. it's not a bad morning for a run, mild conditions throughout the region. in sports today, both the as and giants will try to rebound from losses last night take on the tampa bay rays at tropic can that field. the giants face the twins at at&t park. first pitch there is at 1:05:00 p.m.. the nba finals last night, history was made at quicken loans in cleveland. it wasn't the history the warriors were hoping to make. here's larry biel with the highlights and post-game reaction in this morning's sports. >> good morning, everybody, the warriors were hoping to make history, instead they were on the wrong end of it. they set records for points and crushed the warriors in game four t. warriors fans are messing with the shirt. nba finals records, 49 points in the first quarter. are you kidding me?
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lebron james tested the foul. off balance, he goes for 35. cavs 24 3s. it's looking like a parking lot. kyrie irving dominated, finished with 40 t. drive the lefty cavs were up 18th at the half and lebron james, you want to talk about thinking on the fly here, literally. well, he won the pass, it was already opened, so he flipped it up on the glass, himself. 11 assists for lebron and kyrie. the finishing dagger, cavs roll 137-116, handing the warriors their first loss since april 10th. >> well the cavaliers were a desperate team. they came out, threw the first punch the warriors could not respond. it's the first time in a long time the warriors felt what it's like to lose a game. >> i felt this fear of walking off the court with a loss in a
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while. we done a good job of bouncing back, being resilient all year. >> we got to be better. we can't expect since we are at home, it's our game. we have to take it. i think it starts on the physical side of it. both teams will be battling, so, it should be fun. >> the hardest thing is to close out a series. they're not going to lay down. they're here for a reason. we have to get back to ifing the aggressor. >> this year is this year. i'm pretty sure bradraymond won get suspended. maybe he we'll. we'll go back and tee it up again. >> reporter: now they want to go back to oracle and close this series out. reporting from the q in cleveland, mike schuman, abc 7 sports. >> thank you, game five at oracle on monday, giants and twins, the 13 seasons, matt moore drops to
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2 and 7. santana pitched a shutout. twins win 4-zip. as meanwhile opened four games in three series against the rays in tampa oakland gave up five homers. andrew trigs, he allowed three of them. allowed eight 1s in the game. started a tough season so well. rays roll 13-4. they will play a double header today. that's a rap on morning sports, have a great weekend, everybody, i'm larry biel. >> good morning to you. lots of bowl pictures out there. once again, kind of stuck in this pattern where we are well below average. we are clear, we are going to look for breezy winds, gusty out there. once again, low 60s. it will be cool spring-like afternoon with the breeze, you can see that flag blowing. we will lock for warmer weather in livermore, not today, 70
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degrees, tomorrow is the coolest day, 66 and then we come up, look what happens by the end of the week. we're really warming up to the lower 90s. it will take a lot to get there. today look at that flag shredded a new one. looking at not only the sunny skies, tomorrow will be the wednesdayier day. so play all night and also if you were headed to the sierra nevada, northern california this weather system pretty strong, upper level low, bringing unseasonably cool air, mountain snow, scattered showers throughout the weekend in the mountains, overnight lows freezing in the mountains, 33 degrees at south lake tonight t. golden get a bridge, nice and clear before those winds will be kicking up today. 55 in the city. it's 58 in san jose. for our friends on the peninsula, 59 degrees, gil roy same deal. at the coast, it's going to be a blustery one. no delays here the peninsula will be cool in the 60s with
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breezy winds again, a few clouds around, overall, a spring-like pattern again and temperatures won't get out of the 60s in many locations today. 63 in novato. it's 67 in livermore the winds and the upper elevations have been over 40 miles an hour right here in mount tam. if you do any of that biking, you will feel it a. chance of a few showers tomorrow from that system. and looking at much warmer weather next week. so look at today, notice we have a few clouds around hour by hour. otherwise, it will look pretty nice out there. no fog tonight skipping over into tomorrow. maybe a few patches along the san mateo coast. then by the afternoon, as that system passes, clear lake, lake county, could see a few light showers and then it dissipates and when we get behind that system, we're getting to an actual flow. this is how they look in napa the week ahead. well below that, today, tomorrow, monday things begin to turn around. it will feel different on tuesday.
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we will take a huge jump from monday into tuesday and then look at next week. many locations, late next week, in the 90s. today in the south bay, 72 santa clara as well as 69 sunnyvale. on the peninsula, you have that breeze. 58 in pacifica, winds up to 20, 25 miles an hour. looking at the north bay, 68 in pin petaluma. 65 in oakland. 68 today over in san ro money. 71 in pittsburgh. download the accuweather app. you can track our warming trends. it will not be warm at the ballpark, with low 60s, breezy winds, cooler tomorrow with the winds and then looking at monday, pretty nice, but as we warm up, it will be quickly abeen the mid-week and we stop until we hit the 90s and mid-80s inland and the coast stays cool. >> spring in the bay area. always all over the place. lisa, thank you. the warriors will try to put the cavs away on monday in game five
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of the nba finals. as you are about to see. there is one woman in cleveland who supports both teams. here is ac 7 news reporter wayne freedman with the sweet story. >> reporter: why does this man look like he has something to hide. it's a long story, one that in cleveland requires a trip beyond the additional tourist areas into a red brick suburb where in this house dozens of mir rals occur before every nba playoff game. >> aftyou want to try one? >> it smells nice, i don't have a sweet tooth. >> you don't sister a sweet tooth? >> reporter: her name is diane simon and dozens of miracles taste like heaven as we a told. around the league, she is known as the cleveland cookie lady, that would include for players like framed green and steph curry. they like sugar cookie, red ones. >> after the game he likes to have about ten. >> reporter: draymond favors sneker doodles. >> she is texting him now.
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>> to me, he's a teddy bear. >> around the leak, she a sen sakes. she takes no money from this. just an occasional picture. the batch of chocolate chips will go to kevin durant and that is where the trouble started. >> you have to try my cookies, before you leave this kitchen. >> reporter: rumor has it that no one can eat just one. hmm. i am speechless. hence the box, one dozen filled with cookies, boardering on sinfully good. she has a new suspicious character who doesn't have a sweet tooth n. cleveland, abc 7 news. and breaking news just into the abc 23450u7zroom, adam west the -- abc newsroom, adam west died after a short battle with leukemia. we'll have more
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what's the story behind green mountain coffee and fair trade? let's take a flight to colombia. this is boris calvo. boris grows mind-blowing coffee. and because we pay him a fair price, he improves his farm and invest in his community to make even better coffee. all for a smoother tasting cup. green mountain coffee. >> happening today, it's the opening day parade for the san mateo county fair. it features a mile long succession of bands and floats. for the first time, organizers have created a passport to fair fun activity, where kids can learn about science, technology, engineering. it starts today and goes through june 18th at the san mateo events center. let's get a check of your accuweather forecast with lisa
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argen. >> it's breezy, upper 60s, later on this afternoon, it will take a while, 68 in san rafael as well. gusty winds along the coast. 67 in fremont the accuweather 7-day forecast, cooler tomorrow, maybe an isolated shower. north of the of the bay. it will take several days to warm us back up to seasonal averages. we go beyond that to summer-lake heat into the end of next week. pre pa irfor that. >> lisa, thank you. thanks, to you for joining us on abc 7 morning. the news continues now online, twitter, facebook and instagram. abc 7 news continues. we will leave you a live look outside from our mount tam camera. until then, make it a great day, everybody. ♪
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