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normally an exciting memorial day activity. turns fatal. good evening. thank you for joining us for kron. 4 news at 10. i'm pam moore and i'm ken wayne. investigators are trying to figure out what went wrong when a hang glider came crashing down. a man died. a woman was injured in that accident today at a south bay park. kron four's dan thorn has the story from milpitas. >> a windy afternoon at at our llevan county park becomes deadly. santa clara county deputies responding to the scene in milpitas after report of a hang gliding accident. investigators say one man died and one woman was taken to the hospital. the victims relationship is unknown. this >> especially on the holiday trial trying to have fun and end up losing your life. so doesn't get any worse than that. >> this park is a popular spot for the air sport. the usual winds and high hillsides make it ideal for launching off and then soaring into the air.
authorities say the woman and the man crashed on the 2500 foot tall monument peak just before noon monday. the circumstances surrounding the accident are still unclear. but it is known that there are risks despite how rewarding the sport maybe and pretty interesting. and it looks like it would be fun, but i know i would not write its latest fatalities. statistics. the u.s. hang gliding and paragliding association reported just one hang gliding death in 2020 down from 4 deaths the previous year reporting in milpitas, dan thorn kron. 4 news. >> santa cruz firefighters spent memorial day battling a vegetation fire north of boulder creek on those structures or power lines were threatened. the from fire grew to about half an acre before the crews were able to contain it. these pictures posted to cal fire's twitter page show just how difficult it was for the fire crews to even access the blaze because of the terrain. 2 inches will remain on the scene overnight to
monitor any hot spots. firefighters in the north bay are on high alert. a red flag warning is set to be in effect until 8 o'clock tomorrow night. >> gusty winds, low humidity and warm temperatures all make it easier for a fire to start and spread. officials say roughly 95% of fires are caused by people. so they're urging everyone to be careful, especially given that it is a memorial day holiday and dry and windy. not a combination is good here in the bay area. our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here with more. the red flag warning and was ahead. yeah. blustery conditions around parts of bay area today. so much so far at least more of a sea breeze. but i think that turning normally overnight and that's really important that we get those real dry winds developing in that in the islamic county expecting some windy conditions there overnight tonight. it's tomorrow morning. i think that will be to really the bulk of the strongest winds, a 15 to 25 miles per hour sustained, maybe gusting to 35. but just really, really dry down to
maybe 5% relative humidity. that is extremely dry. and that makes it a lot easier for a fire to spread. here's the forecast for the humidity as we take you through time. we take you through the night and yeah, by tomorrow, look at that. the afternoon down to 7% in fairfield, 9%. yeah. bill to 19%. the napa valley. 21 percent extremely dry. just not only la la county, but elsewhere around parts of the bay area to go along with that. and as we mentioned, those winds started to turn northerly. we're going to see that overnight tonight and it's tomorrow morning. all of a sudden you see the arrows pointing southward. that's that northerly wind kicking in so 20 some 30 mile an hour gusts, maybe even higher than that across some of the mountain peaks there. maybe upwards of 40 in some spots, not a major wind event, but it's so dry w.th those northerly winds that makes it dangerous for fire conditions by the afternoon that turns into a sea breeze. and that's good news that will carry with it. a higher level moisture in the atmosphere and that should slow the progress of any fires that would start in that period. but in the meantime, our our forecast model for fire conditions showing that
things are going to start to ramp up overnight tonight as those northerly winds start kicking, watch the colors begin to change in the county near vacaville near winters. you start to see some of those colors begin to pick up moving into the orange category. that is moderately high fire conditions developing overnight tonight and tomorrow. in the meantime, more of that westerly component that delta breeze blowing through the delta right now. and that will be the case shortly. but beginning to make a turn, you're still seeing some winds. the 22 miles per hour and the niece of 15 into fairfield vacaville at 16. the little for the north things begin to turn. see a little bit more of a northerly direction to those winds begin to build in. and that will start to ramp up overnight tonight. it's tomorrow morning. that said, of course we got the fire danger running high in spots otherwise around the bay area. we're talking about a gorgeous day today. another gorgeous day tomorrow, sunny skies all the way to the coastline. beautiful conditions. temperatures still mild in some spots are still mid 60's in a cocker. but cooler low 50's along the coastline in the pacifica and half moon bay. 57 degrees in
oakland right now. 58 degrees in the napa valley. good news is we've got a high pressure overhead. the downside is you get the fire danger up in our direction as well. but i think overnight tonight we're going to see the really the bulk of the with about 8 or 9 o'clock in the morning. and then those winds should begin to back off towards the of the day tomorrow. so, yeah, all right. thank you. lines. the california primary election is about a week away and so far 8% of ballots are in according to the ballot tracker political battle, it political data inc about 2 million mail-in ballots out of the 22 million. >> have been returned so far. turnout so far is heavily democratic. again, it's early with the parties, registered voters, accounting for 52% of the ballots which have been turned in next tuesday, june 7 voters will select candidates for statewide offices, including the governor and attorney general. the latest campaign finance data show in the governor's race, incumbent gavin newsom so far has raised nearly 10 million dollars. this election cycle. he has a
long list of major donors including disney ride share company lyft and the california nurses association. his opponents include republican state senator brian dolly, who has so far raised 1.4 million dollars, including from. >> the logging and timber industries. no party preference candidate michael shellenberger has raised $995,000 to several maximum contributions, including from some tech real estate and finance executives in the attorney general's race, newsom's appointee, rob bonta's raise 5.1 million dollars. major donors include the california teachers association and several labor groups. he's no party preference opponent anne marie schubert has raised almost 2 million dollars, but her biggest contribution being from one of the state's largest police lobbying groups, the peace officers, research association of california republicans, nathan hochman and eric early have raised 2.2 million and $595,000 respectively. >> as we mentioned, we're just
a little more than a week out from california's primary election. but the campaign efforts of some candidates running for city office seats in san jose getting disrupted. they say their campaign signs are being stolen from people's yards. in fact, when force justin campbell shares one such incident which was caught on video. >> in this cell phone video, you can see a man taking matt mahan election sign right outside his headquarters. mahan is running to become san jose's mayor that the intimidation that comes into play when somebody is tearing down other people's lawn signs is is just unacceptable. there's no place for that in our democracy. it's not just him to other candidates. bonia and van lay say hundreds of their election signs have been torn down to both the running for san jose city council seat. lay says roughly 200 of her campaign signs have been torn down. i believed to have to be some. >> the candidate did you know,
my campaign, you can tell this is not an accident when the metal that holds the sides up is all working distorted. all of the candidates feel someone or whoever is behind stealing their signs are resorting to dirty politics. this is intended to try to dilute the massive support. we're all getting. and it's confusing voters. some people have even asked vonleh if she withdrew from the city council race. i say no way. >> it's a why did not see a sign? yes, it wants. and this area, all of the candidates, bill who ever is stealing their signs will not deter their campaign. >> reporting in san jose, justin campbell kron, 4 news, the san francisco district attorney's office is suing a vallejo man accused of illegally catching hundreds of dungeness crab. >> in a marine protected area state department of fish and wildlife. investigators say they found more than 90 crab traps at north carolina island state marine reserve officials say they traced the tags and buoys on the traps back to
commercial fisherman and vallejo resident tim van tran. investigators say more than 250 dungeness crabs from those traps for released back into the ocean. california lawmakers are considering a proposal to decriminalize jaywalking. the state's lower chamber approved safe to walk act. it now sits before the senate for consideration. the law would make it legal across the road outside of intersections, quote, when safe to do so. san francisco, some remember phil ting introduce the initiative. king says he hopes the law promotes fairness in fines and puts a halt to unnecessary police stops. >> cisco, giants manager gabe attended today's national and in philadelphia last week. you might remember he said that he would not take the field during the anthem until he
felt better about quote, the direction of the country. but in a blog post today, catholics said, quote, while i believe strongly in the right to protest and the importance of doing so. i also believe strongly in honoring and morning our country service men and women who fought and died for that right. >> friends and family came together on this memorial day. it was an opportunity to pay respect to the service men and women who died while protecting our for celso. the mon live in our newsroom tonight with a look at how memorial day was spent across >> pam and ken are u.s.. military members serve her country above all else, day in and day out. but today we're taking the time to specifically honor those who did not come home. stars and stripes could be seen in most places on monday for memorial day commemorations all across the bay groups gathered in every corner of the region to pay their respects to the fallen service men and women.
>> navy veteran brad craven joined in at the danville ceremony to remind us what the day is all about. you have to understand that the men and women who passed away and gave their lives >> and selfless service, i think is the biggest thing. and it's an honor remember that while we can letter grills and have good times of our families and be as free as we can is because of those men and women in mill valley was the first time in 3 years. parade went by along miller avenue. >> for this long standing tradition giving an opportunity for new generations to learn about the sacrifice. >> well, local dignitaries paid their respects at the san francisco presidio. >> for more than 30,000 service members are laid to rest. >> kron 4 anchor and navy veteran ken wayne led the event attended by house speaker nancy pelosi and u.s. senator alex padilla. >> so this is really a solemn occasion that brings up feelings of both pride and appreciation. come back to the
studio. ella, thank you for that. in the south bay, the united veterans council host your event at the oak hill funeral home in san jose. congresswoman zoe lofgren spoken reiterated that this is not a celebration, but a memorial for military members who gave everything to protect this country. east bay congressman mark the mark memorial day visiting the crosses of lafayette, the memorial behind the lafayette bart station commemorates the soldiers killed in iraq and afghanistan with a sign containing a running total of the death count as counted by the u.s. department of defense. congressman, the tweeted, quote, i'm so proud to see our community gather on memorial day each year in remembrance of those who laid down their lives for our freedom. >> also on this memorial day weekend, bad weather and so-called air traffic control actions made for a messy opening to the summer air travel season. thousands of flights were canceled this memorial day weekend with delta leading the pack.
airlines across the board are also blaming pandemic-related staffing shortages for cancellations and delays and soaring airfares are creating more headaches for travelers. domestic fares are up almost 25% over pre-pandemic rates but eager travelers are still paying up. tracking website flightaware shows that more than 1600 canceled flights today took place across the country. more than 14,000 flights were delayed and kron four's. rob nesbitt reports on what caused the stress of the terminals during the unofficial kickoff to summer. the majority of flights canceled this holiday weekend where delta flights, experts say the airline dropped the ball when it came to planning their flight schedules of the thousands of cancellations flashing across flight boards this weekend. most had delta next to them. >> the airline's chief customer experience officer said in a statement sunday that various factors contributed bad weather, vendor staffing and increased covid rates. travel industry analyst atmosphere research group henry harteveldt says
the airline should have scaled back its flight schedule prior to memorial day weekend. delta this weekend paid the price. >> they didn't have enough pilots. they didn't have enough other employees and they had to cancel a lot of their flights and delayed more. according to velde. other major airlines realize they have been too aggressive with scheduling ahead of time, reducing flights from may to august. delta announced on its website that it will reduce service by 100 daily departures from july to august. and i think that's responsible for delta. i think it will allow the airline to operate the flights that his schedule and hopefully avoid situations like we've seen this weekend as more people start to travel again and airline try to make up for lost profits during the pandemic. the experts say you need to pack your patience. clint henderson with the travel website. the points guy says. >> to expect more flight delays and cancellations this summer and to be your own advocate, know what other airlines are operating your route. so if one carriers having a meltdown, you are
armed and you can say to that airline, look, put me on the american airlines flight. i know that's leaving around the same time that the delta flight was leaving. now the airlines are scaling back their flight schedules this summer. it's important that you check and double check your flight status. timing and connecting flights before leaving for the airport. reporting at sfo. i'm rob nesbitt. kron. 4 news. >> school officials in santa clara county are urging parents to get their students vaccinated, especially during the upcoming summer months. >> in santa clara county, as of may, 26 about 60% of children ages 5 to 11 are vaccinated. 70% of children ages 12 and up have received a booster. the county does not yet tracked booster shots for ages 5 through 11 right now. pfizer's the only booster shot available for those children. they receive a 3rd of the dose given to those aged 12 and older. >> officials say there's no longer any doubt. san francisco is seeing another round of covid surges. in fact, it is not just case
rates that are climbing but hospitalizations to tonight. kron four's dan kerman talks with medical experts about who's getting sick and what those not sick can do. >> a bright sunny memorial day may be masking what's happening in san francisco. cases of covid-19 are surging again with an average of 500 new cases a day, at least those are the ones being reported. also, 98 people are in the hospital more than double where we were a month ago that 2 main groups said seen the hospital right now. the bigger group is those that are unvaccinated. >> the second group is an older group was not received any and of course, always, a few immunocompromised medical experts say that increase could continue following the memorial day weekend. >> they're not all that worried while there has been an uptick in hospitalizations, these patients you know, not ending up by and large. an icy is and certainly aren't dying so they can to get cut off at the at the hospitals and and
which may well be a testament to some of the newer antiviral therapies like a like paxlovid. doctors say what is clear is that covid is not going away anytime soon. >> there's way too much of this virus around. it's replicating way too frequently. it's not going to go away. we're not going to be able to put this back in the box or returning to pre-covid world is not happening think. but medical experts say that doesn't mean retreating to your home in closing the door. >> they say it means assessing your risk each day and taking steps to prevent infection and serious disease. number one is to get up to date on including blue, says if you're eligible, need a vaccine kids. number 2 is to carry a high quality mask around with you. you bring it out when you feel that it's a risky situation. indoors pull ventilation. a lot of people. number 3 is the use diagnostic tests. smart. >> dan kerman kron. 4 news. the top monkey pox expert for
the world health organization says she does not expect the number of the hundreds of cases reported so far to turn into another pandemic. she acknowledged there are still many unknowns about the disease, including exactly how it spreads and whether the suspension of mass smallpox immunization decades ago may somehow be speeding. the transmission. but doctor rosamund lewis says past outbreaks have suggested the disease does not spread easily and says there's still time to contain this current problem. happening tomorrow, korean pop supergroup bts is heading to the white house. the group not just there for fun, though. the group just partner with unicef to launch a global anti violence campaign. the group will meet with president biden to talk about the rise in anti-asian hate crimes around the world. the discussion happens on the last day of aap i heritage month. anti-asian
hate crimes have been up since the start of the pandemic, especially those crimes targeting women and people who are older. still ahead on kron, 4 news at 10, a somber memorial day and uvalde texas residents honor the students and teachers who died in last week's mass school shooting. plus, a brazen attempt to vandalize one of the world's most iconic paintings. what one museum visitor tried to do to the mona lisa and an east bay city leaders speaking out after being arrested for driving under the influence. what she's now saying about that incident i'll pick this one up. i earn 3% cash back on dining including takeout with chase freedom unlimited. so, it's not a problem at all. you guys aren't gonna give me the fake bill fight? c'mon, kev. you're earning 3% cash back. humor me. where is my wallet? i am paying. where is my wallet? i thought i gave it to you. oooohhh? oh, that's not it either. no. no. stop, i insist. that was good though. earn big time with chase freedom unlimited
year-old was released on $5,000 bail speaker pelosi's office released a statement saying she was on the east coast at the time and will not be commenting on this incident. conquers vice mayor laura hofmeister is speaking out after she was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence last week on wednesday. in a statement, she said, quote, i am extremely disappointed in myself and deeply sorry and my lack of judgment. i sincerely apologize to the residents of concord and clayton, my colleagues, my family and friends, unquote. the california highway patrol is continuing its maximum enforcement period until midnight tonight. numbers released today show its. >> already been a busy weekend since maximum enforcement started friday night. the chp has responded to 15 deaths. the agency also arrested almost 900 people across california for dui. coming up next, a 10 residents of the livermore community are coming together this memorial day to
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>> memorial day has new meaning in uvalde, texas, where newly uncovered 9-1-1, calls suggest some children may have survived the mass shooting, only police and acted sooner. meantime, president biden and others are hopeful that some form of new gun safety legislation might come in the wake of the texas tragedy. reporter robert sherman has more. >> on memorial day in uvalde, texas. >> will not relent until youvaldee recovers. >> we are texas and texans. are you not? >> texas governor greg abbott calling on texans across the
state to pray for those families who lost loved ones at the robb elementary school shooting tuesday as the community works to recover the investigation into the law enforcement response intensifies. the department of justice announcing they will conduct a critical incident review to quote, identify lessons learned and best practices to help first repponders prepare and respond to active shooter events. the investigation into what exactly happened led by the state of texas has been met with criticism due to a lack of public clarity and changing timelines. but texas dps now believes they have an accurate account of the shooting from start to finish. they say local law enforcement's decision to not reach the classroom door. the 18 year-old shooter was hiding behind and instead wait for backup was a mistake. the benefit of hindsight where i'm sitting now. >> and of course, it was about the right decisions, the wrong decision, variant, there's no no excuse for that. the department of justice's review was initiated by the mayor of uvalde and will be independently conducted. eliana alina jaramillo is a
mother herself and says she wants the truth. whatever it may be. >> to see the light of day as more comes out. >> that's where anger comes because i know with me as a mother and it was my children in this school. there's nothing i would have kept me from going for neal hersh. all he wants to make sure students return to school in the fall. >> feeling safe. >> i want the fear it will be before these kids go back to school. they're not afraid to go to school. >> that was robert sherman reporting for us tonight in the nation's capital, president biden and vice president harris honoring fallen members of the u.s. military this morning. the president laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier at arlington national cemetery. he made remarks on the sacrifices, the sacrifices that the nation's military has made for the nation. the first family also attended mass in delaware and visited their son beau biden's grave. today marks 7 years since his death
from brain cancer. mothers. >> fathers, siblings, spouses, children. if we forget. but they sacrifice what they may. so that our nation might indoor. strong for a united. then we forget who we are. >> a special group of northern california veterans presented a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier at arlington last month. world war, 2 veteran at le of san ramon along with korean war veterans. jean dall of calaveras county no monica roseville and can fair oaks all participated in the wreath laying here are the sights and the sounds of that solemn ceremony.
>> that is what memorial day is all of. that's my right there. all right. let's step outside and you can see on this camera. but there are things flying around the sky out there today. that's right. our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow talking about the meteor shower tonight. get numerous reports. now people are seeing some the meteors out there tonight. so you get a chance. walk outside and check it out. there's one that's a hanging that's one concern in the half moon bay. but this that our and this could be a spectacular meteor showers. some of the forecast as a to 1000 meteors per hour. i've heard even more than that. but it is very difficult to forecast these meteor showers, especially this one. so new you're going want to look toward the northwest temperatures into the 50's going a little chilly out there in spots. but mostly clear, get out there. check it out. it's going to continue until early in the morning. we had our first hurricane of the
pacific make landfall today in mexico. you see near puerto escondido and also in the and now as we're seeing the center of that system moving on shore now, it has become a tropical storm sustained winds of 60 miles per hour northeast at 8 miles per hour. a slow track taking a ride across mexico. so these areas you see a tremendous amount of rainfall, 10 16 inches. i think you start to see some of the elevation there at the topography starts to see this. a tropical system interact with some of the mountain range there that can squeeze out a tremendous amounts of rain. you may be talking about 20 inches of rain and a short amount of time. of course that will cause some flooding conditions there and some flash flooding out across our skies. still looking for some of those meteors out there for tonight. skies are mostly clear. the exception of patch to fog along the coastline. want to show this to this gets really interesting. you know, we're looking at some nice weather now. nice weather tomorrow. then as we get them in the week, things change the clouds roll in and this weekend. how about that? this
would be oppressive. this all comes together. a chance of rain as we get into late saturday into sunday. that looks like a significant cold front, especially for this time of year. we'll see it all holds together. alright, temperatures around the bay area tomorrow under sunny skies. look at the 60's and san francisco 50's and 60's co-signed little breezy toward the afternoon. but mild 6, 7, degrees in millbrae about 72 in foster city. 77 degrees in mount view. 81 in santa clara tomorrow. then you got some mid 80's into the tri valley and some very warm weather in those locations. a little warmer than what we had today back inside the bay. those temperatures moderated somewhat. but still, you see some nice weather fire danger. yeah, windy conditions across much of the north bay. and then as we head toward the coastline tomorrow, you got that breeze in the afternoon and temperatures in the 60's next few days. so some warmer weather on the way. then the clouds roll in. temperatures cooling down a chance of showers this weekend, late saturday into sunday. somewhat unusual to see a cold front coming to but even more important, the showers tonight
that we've out there for them, you know, they're taking out the meteor shower. yes, should be nice. i 1000 in an hour 1000 an hour, you're doing the math. 16 a minute. there we go. 16.6. that would be oppressive. i want to go. i mean, and then tail came in from. he went out on the deck and said you can really see it from here. they love the city light yet you can see it in san francisco. just think how well you can see the places the east bay away from the lights on and out of the spectacular. all right. thank you. know, >> on this memorial day, members of the livermore community are chipping in to help a navy veteran who lost his home and almost all his possessions in a fire. and 67 year-old ronald weber and his dog buddy. they managed to make it out of the rv as it was going up in flames. kron four's amanda hari talked with weber about how the community is helping him get his life back. >> its like nothing you can imagine. this is what 67 year-old navy veteran ronald webber's home looks like now black and melted destroyed by fire. still hasn't hit me. his rv was parked outside the lowe's on first street in
livermore. when weber turned it on, there was a popping noise and smoke and flames. duane woods was leaving lows on friday around one in the afternoon, but he saw firefighters putting out the rv fire on anybody. >> they got out through the driver's door. he he's lost everything. woods lives nearby. he hadn't met weber yet, but he knew of him and i would see him take his star buddy. i'm out for a walk. i asked weber what is going to miss most family pictures, but he did gain something. a friend woods's started fundraising to help ever get back on his feet. it's off the charts. what people are doing. we actually had a motorhome donated. this is weber and buddies. new motor home. the people that donated it want to remain anonymous. but before hearing weber story, they were going to sell it for $10,000. i was
>> more room for buddy to move around. yeah. would be too bad. wasn't for them. i would be one today. where would you be? many i'd be in this >> and that's what i want to be in livermore. amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> turning now to the ongoing invasion of ukraine. russia now claims it is close to capturing the eastern city at the center of its efforts to take control of the donbas region. the mayor of severodonetsk says the city is in complete ruins and has lost most of his buildings and critical infrastructure. he also says tens of thousands of people have been driven from their homes. a french journalist was killed today while reporting on efforts to evacuate this city. ukraine has been pleading for long-range missile systems that can target inside were can hit targets inside russia.
president biden responded those requests today in no uncertain terms. >> and that is to communities. >> ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky called on the european union to set aside internal disputes and approve a 6 round of sanctions against russia. today leaders announced that they did reach a compromise to a partial oil embargo right now, it only covers russian oil brought in by sea. >> new shipments of baby formula are arriving in the u.s. after weeks of shortages across the country, a french company is vowing to send half a million cans of specialized medical formula. it's the equivalent of 5 million bottles of formula for babies, allergic to cow's milk and certain animal proteins. other shipments are also arriving from australia, the largest baby formula manufacturer in
the country has been shut down for months after suspected contamination was discovered by the fda abbott. nutrition is expected to reopen its michigan facility later this week, but it could take weeks before formally arrives on store shelves. if you're looking to buy a new home, you are very aware prices are incredibly high right now, especially here in the bay area. a new analysis from the national bureau of economic research shows it's largely because people are continuing to work from home and they want to accommodate their new lifestyles are coining the phenomenon. the great reshuffling. they found that home prices rose almost 25% during the pandemic. demand for homes is also skyrocketed. additionally, people are also seem to be moving to warmer climates. >> the legendary mona lisa painting came under attack in paris. cell phone video shows a guard cleaning the glass of the exhibit at the move
museum. that's after somebody threw a piece of cake at the painting and the skies as an older woman in wheelchair through the cake, shouting at people to think a planet earth. the 36 year-old was taken into custody and sent to a police psychiatric unit. the mona lisa has really had a history of vandalism and theft, which is why it is now protected bike, less. >> every dog has its day, especially these dogs and barcelona, seaside village of el moss know hosted a panel surf race with the dog's name. the game is to have the dog sit patiently on the paddle board while their human companions paddle on the surfboard almost 4 mile, it might seem simple, but a dog's natural instinct would be to jump in the water. so the goal is to have them stay still. the slowest team took 20 minutes to complete the race. the quickest team. 10 minutes. the dogs haven't figured out. don't think yeah, they just
sit work hard. yeah. they don't have to do any of the work and feed me when we get to the absolutely. that wraps up kron. 4 news at 10 o'clock. thank you for joining us. have a nice night. sports coming up with talk about boy right. go outside and get a chance to take a peek at the sky. have a nice night tonight.
>> you're watching kron 4 hoop session. >> what up doe. welcome to kron four's hoop session road to the championship. i'm your host, jason dumas, u.s.. the warriors had their first official practice of the nba finals today on a day when boston had to travel back from miami to massachusetts, the dubs they were putting in work on the court. you love to see it. that is what happens when you take care of business in 5 kron. 4 sports reporter kylen mills. she was at practice today at chase. she has more on the opening practice mood. >> jason, the words held their first official nba finals practice here at chase center this afternoon. the energy was a mixture of excitement and anxiety star steph curry says that he was confident heading into this nba finals matchup. however, he says the respect is there because of all boston is accomplished playing in boston that feels special every year. we you know, we only play they want to your regular season, but it always
feels like a special game here. >> for fans love the game is a great energy. and there. >> the green and white jerseys. it's it's classic nba stuff. it's exciting to be playing them. you know, some guys play a really high level very well-rounded team to they've been battle tested this playoff series playoff run. so, >> you know, we like the matchup in terms of just confidence going and know that we can win. but hurry, get there's obvious respect. all. what is your conversations like with jordan? cool way some of the younger players who haven't been on this stage before, but my visor then a day wants to wants the ball drops. you may have a little for 6 minutes. 1st quarter. >> as you settle in pretty quick and this is that just passed will obviously mean. >> we know what to do. you know how to play. don't do anything different you've been doing. but it's also. importance of every possession. you'll for t then
there's the gentleman. some failures if you hasn't, because every nobody is going to be important just to stay ready to andre iguodala gary payton, the second auto porter junior, all practice today, but did not scrimmage. >> they each could be key in this nba final series. their status remains up in the air for game one on thursday. tipoff will be here at chase center on thursday. the words will be back out here as well tomorrow for another practice in san francisco. kylen mills kron 4 hoop session. >> thank >> you for that report, highland. and coming up. >> will last in sports talk radio host brian barrett w e e i-97 3. they're riding high out boston right now. we'll break down the series after the break. (music throughout)
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joined by a special guest. my guy, brian barrett. he's the host at w e e i 93.7 sports talk radio in boston, massachusetts. he's actually joining us live from fenway park where his station's studio is located. can't get any more boston that. brian, thanks for joining us. >> any time, jason, but it's doing that. all right. is the day after the celtics one in eastern conference championship. we know they live breathe and i celtics basketball out there. >> they must be riding on a high right now.
>> yeah, it's pretty and i'd say everybody is really happy that they escaped that series against of my because it felt like the celtics for the driver seat. they were the better team, but they blew that game on friday night. game 6 of the garden. but he's already. but it was all to the warriors at the celtics won game 5. they lose game 6 and that last night it like everybody to get. jimmy butler is a chance late to tie that thing up or at least take a lead with takes a 3. and then right now the number one thing is relief that expecting a miami heat. >> all right. now you guys got to make a quick pivot and focus on the golden state warriors. what are just year early impressions on that matchup. where do you think golden state could be had in order for the celtics to prevail in the conference nba finals? >> the one thing that sticks out to me about this that 6 in this series is the celtics, a force teams to play in an isolation all the time. and i know that's not what the
warriors like to do. believe they're 24th in the nba this season in isolation, possessions. the celtics defended was isolation possessions because they switch everything defense. they really if you look at their top 7, but there's worst offender is jalen brown and a pretty good defender. so i look at it in terms of 6 ayes and their defensive scheme should give them enough that it could be pristine. the one issue is the celtics do, but for some dry spells offense, look at you mention offensively. they can go through droughts. the boston celtics. is that your main concern going into this final series with the warriors? what is that thing that you think is keeping that celtics coaching staff up at night as they scout the golden state warriors team. >> yeah, that's definitely one of them. i mean, if you look at game 3 of the series that they lost a game up, 33 points out their turnovers to beat. i mean, it's just unacceptable. it can't have that happen against this war easy, especially the way that the warriors get out run. i would say the other touring the serious is the health robert williams because robert
williams last night, he doesn't look the same right now. he came back early from getting credit for ministers. surgery came back about 3 and a half weeks when that i've heard is supposed to be 4 to 6 weeks. the problem is you just don't know from a game to game basis what his availability is going to and if they don't have williams, it's a real problem for it. they don't have a good enough properly. it's an issue because the bench that they have to really get reserves in debt or white can grant williams. but after that, it falls off the cliff. if payton pritchard has to play in that series, it's very tough for the celtics to make up from the best way to the sea gives you something offensive, lee. but with daniel tight, they found out the miami series is just not good enough to play. i mean, its first 36 minutes in that series that celtics scored by 37 point. it's so the hope is that robin williams gets these 3 days gets that the recovery. there's no telling what could happen in between games and they really just don't know from a day-to-day basis how that needs to know about side say the turnovers, obviously in just the health and general robert williams, right? do you
know? did the celtics go straight from? >> miami. >> out here to the bay or did they go back to boston for us? >> they went home which is kind of a weird decision, at least from my perspective, i i thought that it would behoove them, especially with some of the injuries. they're that smart has been dealing with an ankle injury. and robert williams, of course, that we mentioned, i thought it may be better just to get the one flight another i believe they're leaving tomorrow to go out to san francisco to get ready for game want. wow, couple travel days for boston as golden state practicing, preparing. >> last thing before i let you go, brian spent a couple years been a little bit the celtics have hosted an nba finals. what has the home-court advantage been like for the celtics? how have the atmosphere then during this nba playoff run for them and what can the warriors expect when they come to td next week and play a couple road games? >> well, i'll say this. the garden has been electric. i
mean, it's been incredible. they really haven't had big playoff games post covid last year, of course, was i want to say just supporting season facility. they dealt with a lot of injuries. the campbell, what was their ration jalen without the postseason as well? and they got hammered by so the crowd has been fantastic. absolutely electric. there's the problem that it way better on the road throughout this postseason. the winning all these big road games and when they come home, they have like the disappointment, the disappointing games like we saw the other night on friday in game 5 of the series. so as great as the crowd has his greatest, the energy has been. they just haven't performed as well at home as they have the right now. hopefully that changes in this war. you're serious 10 and a letdown. these home games, the that jason, they respond really well after losses. they're 6 and oh, after their postseason loss. the problem is they don't respond well to prosperity when they win games. they have this tendency against both the bucs and the heat to look. i think the next. >> yeah, it will be interesting to see these 2. i feel like it's an experience. first experience. lance burst. fun asks want to be a lot of
fun. brian, thank you so much for joining us here on kron four's hoop we'll see down the line. >> sounds good, james. thanks for having me. man. >> my guy, brian, good friend of mine. all righty. let's break down his match up some more. if you remember that is the lasting image really from this boston golden state regular season matchup, marcus, smart rolls over on steph curry's left foot. he's done for the rest of the regular season. that first matchup, though, in december, steph was in his bag. he was playing really well as you can see, showing off a little bit that the steps we've come to know left, just knocking down threes against the celtics from stuffed. >> this is steps moment. you know, i don't think he needs to win finals mvp to solidify his legacy. in fact, that people who say that in my is ignorant. and, you know, staff has done enough have 4
celtics, but him get in and out awards. it would be nice to be nice to show some people up because best that may be between that and an olympic gold medal might be only thing he never accomplished but should have been free boston team is really good. but they have folks on the perimeter lane in the paint. they are well coached and they have some pedigree to one thing. the warriors you really have on them says the experience they're going to have to lean on they also have rest. you heard brian? boston went. >> from miami to massachusetts and then they fly to the bay tomorrow voting state. they're going to take advantage of that. >> i'm glad to take advantage of some rest to topple me to go with. thanks for tun
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