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going to come next on the warriors in 6. >> now at 10, a tough loss for the dobbs tonight. but fans say they will be back. thanks for joining us on kron. 4 news at 10. i'm ken wayne and i'm pam moore. exactly. one week after winning the western conference finals, the warriors hosted the boston celtics for game one of the nba finals. but >> they sail one 20 to one. 0, 8. it was stunning is that the boston papers are saying we have team coverage of tonight's game kron four's kylen mills inside chase center campus hacking outside at 5 city. we start with kylen on the floor kylen the warriors up by 12 points at the end of the 3rd and then the wheels fell off the wagon. what happened? >> yeah. guys, this nba fs came 4th quarter. the words went into the 4th up by 12. however, the celtics came out shooting red hot. they shot 75% from deep in the 4th
making their first 7 straight 3 pointers. worst head coach steve kerr said when a team is shooting like that, there's not much you can do. he said the celtics deserve all the credit they battled in this game. despite golden state being in control for those first 3 quarters. golden state came out playing sharp and they got early. thanks to some heroics from star steph curry is up for general scored. 21 points in the 1st quarter on 6 of 7 shooting from beyond the arc. >> is also played intense defense holding celtics star jayson tatum to 8 points halftime golden state. a 12 point lead going into the 4th. that's when the wheels fell off. the celtics started hitting threes left and right was just their stars. it was their role players, reserve guard derrick white had a pair of threes. so did big out for for marcus smart hit back-to-back threes in the force. he's only a 30% career. 3 point shooter. the celtics sharp shooting took the wind out of the warriors. sales to dump started missing shots suddenly their defensive intensity diminished as well. the warriors were outscored 40
to 16 in the 4th quarter. that's all she wrote for. draymond green said the margin for error in the series literally invisible because of how talented both these teams are. he says the words have to come out and play sharper in the next game for 48 full minutes now the words will go back home. get a good night's rest. look over the tape. try to figure out what adjustments they need to make heading into game 2 and they will have to come out ready to battle. >> in game 2. coming up here at chase center on sunday night. they're now down one, nothing in the nba finals to the boston celtics. for now we're live at chase center kylen mills kron 4 sports. all right, kyle and thank you for that. sand artillery attack is outside chase center at thrive city where the energy level has been sky high. >> all night until maybe the end of the middle of taylor. i'm sure the place indeed out pretty fast, didn't it? >> pretty quickly banned again. definitely not like when we were talking in the 8 o'clock hour, of course, not the outcome that fans are
hoping for here. but >> some of them still hopeful for sunday. maybe. take a little look at the video that we shot earlier. c what that energy was that we're talking about here at thrive city much earlier today, fans were hopeful, you know, again, the first finals game played at the chase center. and with that, of course, ticket prices were very high. we talked earlier about that. you know, they get in price for tonight was around $900. and when i spoke with just yesterday, they had mentioned that you can expect average ticket prices to be a little bit this set for sunday. you can expect a little bit higher as the average ticket price. i know a lot of fans are hoping to come back for that game and hopeful to see. hopefully, you know, of course, a win for the warriors. now we spoke with fans who are walking out of the game tonight. and this is what they had to say. >> the game, you we had to do all we had do. a lot of
people. going to the you know, this is you know, this you know, it's it is business at home. you know what i say in 6? >> warriors all day today as i and also job and they're going to go out on sunday. so we're good. >> of course, as you heard it, a lot of optimism for sunday despite tonight's loss. and we'll be back out here. of course, that thrive city. and at that game on sunday, hoping for a different outcome. for now, we're live at thrive city and san francisco. taylor bisacky kron. 4 news. >> all rhght, taylor, thank you for that. well, when the crowds turn out for the warriors, they also turn out to restaurants and bars in san francisco, the ramp a restaurant in mission bay is expecting a very busy weekend. general manager surgical muchow says it. they have been
getting lots of calls today asking about hours and reservations. the ramp has been in business for 36 years. and like many restaurants, it's had a difficult 2 years because of the covid surge is the variance and on and on. camacho says this year has been more favorable. >> us to regulations. he's definitely a bigger, be responsible. people just coming out and i worried about the mask will have to show vaccination proof of the door. it's been a blast to have that right next door to us. and we lucky that klay thompson comes to hear most summit sometimes and >> staffing, however, is still a problem. laurie thomas, with the golden gate restaurant association says a lot of restaurants and bars still have job openings with current staff members calling out sick. >> all right. time for a 4 zone forecast weather check stepping outside a big giant dark claro cloud showed up over chase center. i don't know. that showed up on radar. not panic. that's what it felt like. it sure does feel that way. let's check in with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow
looking all clear through the 3rd quarter and 4th quarter came here. come the clouds roll right in. but out there tonight, we are seeing more of that san francisco fog rolling into the bay area. more that on the way as we head throughout the night tonight, going to fill into the bay and yang can see pushing through the golden gate bridge right now. more of that fog sweeping on in a big changes for the weather for tomorrow. today. temperatures actually running a little below the average in the san francisco, 60 degrees. 67 in oakland, 77 degrees right at the average in san jose and then warm temperatures in livermore at 85 83 in concord, in 87 degrees in santa rosa. but this the last day you'll see that likely see these numbers and a below average for tomorrow. 50's coast side right now with that fog moving in. still 60 in san mateo redwood city. 64 in concord. 61 degrees in the bottom. 54 degrees in petaluma. things really get interesting now in the pacific. and that's going to be a big change over the next couple of days. you see that big swirl. that's an area of low pressure that's spinning around the gulf of alaska. that is going to latch onto some of this moisture now just making its way across the
pacific. and here goes it's going to start to make its way in our direction in the next 48 hours, we're talking about the chance of some rain in california, maybe even in the bay area. onshore winds continue to blow outside. we have seen some blustery conditions this afternoon. at least 30 35 mile an hour gust along the coastline. the winds beginning to back off in spots. now you're still looking at some winds up to 35 at sfo. 33 34 miles an hour in the san francisco that sea breeze likely to continue overnight tonight and bring with it. some low clouds and some fog. tomorrow. we're talking some cooler temperatures around the bay area across the board. 50's coast side. that's not a big change is really the valleys. re. see that cool temperature settling in temperatures are going to be cold by any means. but instead of mid 80's, probably mid 70's tomorrow. and this weekend there's a chance of some rain. we'll have more on that a few minutes. all right. thank you. new developments tonight on a potential threat against a petaluma high school panel. petaluma police say the fbi identified a suspect. >> and found that that person doesn't live in california and
the threats that were made toward casa grande high school. what was not that high school in petaluma but instead a different high school also named casa grande. the location of that school was not given still given the recent in texas. and so on a teacher casa grande in petaluma says this is the last thing her students need. >> just said that these kids can just >> groping and graduate and have fun and be enjoying these last week. so i'm just trying to do my best to keep things as normal as possible. >> so that everyone feels comfortable. >> last week petaluma police say they tracked down a 13 year-old student at petaluma junior high school for falsely reporting an armed man on campus and referred that students and their parents to the department's restorative justice program. >> now to the latest on the mass shooting in uvalde, texas are lawmaker there says that officers at uvalde school shooting had no idea that students inside were frantically calling for help with the officers right
outside texas state senator roland says that it was a system failure, adding mistakes were made at every level. >> there is blame enough here to go around. there was human error and there was just a mayor. systemically. you've got some of you have asked for radio transmissions. systemically. we live in rural texas. we're different counties and different entities. contract with different radio companies. and we don't have them talking to one another and one uniform system. that's an absence of leadership. >> the state senator said the 9-1-1 calls were being communicated with a uvalde police officer but not to the commander at the scene of the shooting. 19 students and 2 teachers were killed in that shooting at robb elementary school. last to say, meantime, the community in tulsa, oklahoma, is still recovering after a gunman shot and killed
these 4 people and himself. police say it started with the gunman, blaming his surgeon for pain after recent back operation markie martin reports. >> our focus right now is on grieving. and i want to thank all of you. for coming to work today. less than 24 hours after the deadly tulsa hospital shooting. authorities putting names and faces to the innocent lives lost and work this morning. i really just wanted this be a bad dream, but this is the reality of our world right now killed in wednesday's mass shooting patient. william love receptionist amanda glenn doctor stephanie houson and doctor preston, phillips, who was the target of the shooters wrath. we have also found a letter. >> on a suspect which made it clear. that he came in with the intent to kill doctor phillips and anyone who got in his way. city leaders of tulsa is tight knit community trying to process the
>> know that's fine. the hospital's president and ceo doctor cliff robertson visibly shaken when asked about doctor phillips, a position he described as cut from the cloth of 4 decades ago. preston, doctor phillips was was the consummate gentleman. he was. >> he that we should all strive and to emulate officials touting these men and women as the hospital's heroes who had just survived the darkness of the pandemic only to die at the hands of a patient. our job is to help and heal. >> and we are here to do our job even if it's with broken hearts. >> again, that was markie. martin reporting for us tonight. so in the wake of all of these mass shootings, president biden addressed americans tonight in a somber and impassioned speech
proffers. also the mon in is eplive in our newsroom with wha he had to say tonight. l a. >> the president is trying to convince americans that the only chance that we have to ending these mass shootings is further firearm restrictions. >> gilroy laguna woods, buffalo uvalde tulsa. they are just some of the cities and towns that although far from one another now share something in common tragedy at the hands of a deranged gunman. >> we should americans not. not time for each of us to do our part. president biden went on to explain that doing our part means making it harder for anyone with bad intentions to get their hands on a gun, pointing to a startling statistic that more american children die in a shooting than in any other way. nothing has been done. this time. that can't be true. this time, which we must actually do something. his focus now in the wake of these living nightmare says to convince
congress to pass stricter gun control measures explaining that it is not about limiting the second amendment right. it's about making sure americans have the right to safely go about their daily lives like attending school or shopping without the risk of these ordinary places suddenly becoming a battleground with than there are american citizens. south bay congresswoman zoe lofgren admits it's a tough task to curb gun violence but insists lawmakers need to do whatever is in their power to try and stop it. however, a majority of republican lawmakers stand in the way of new gun laws. and she says their answer has largely been morgan's for potential heroes to save the day. something like 70% of republican voters think we ought to have uniform universal background checks. >> so i would hope that the republican house members reflect their voters and not the nra.
>> the congresswoman tells me that she remains hopeful saying that some republicans express that they do want to do something about this with her own republican constituents here begging the question is why an 18 year-old shooter could get his hands on an assault weapon when he couldn't legally buy a beer. back to the newsroom. ella, thank you. california governor gavin newsom is also calling on congress to act on gun control measures. >> after the president's address, newsome tweeted, quote, a ban on assault weapons. universal background checks, red flag laws waiting periods. these policies work. california has cut our gun death rate in half with the smart policies like these congress, europe. >> about 2 hours from now, the mask mandate will be back in place in alameda county and most indoor public settings. the county's health department announced the mandate citing the rise in covid cases and hospitalizations. kron four's gayle ong has details. >> alameda county is reinstating its mask mandate to stay ahead of a spring wave.
>> starting friday, alameda county is bringing back the indoor mask mandate place. people are gathered together. businesses, grocery stores, libraries, places like that. you work places that are not open to the masking requirement will apply. county health officer doctor nicholas moss as cases and hospitalizations began to rise in april. and now the covid infection rate has eclipsed the peak of last summer's wave driven by the delta variant. what we've known that covid wasn't going away and that if we continue to circulate frankly, that we continue to see way we were hoping we wouldn't see anything like this as quickly as we did. local health experts surprise the county is bringing back preventative measures, including that mask mandates probably isn't going make a difference, i think are recommending. >> people who are vulnerable to their strong is the best approach. but alameda county's pretty alone in the in the country right now in putting
back mask mandates, the bay area counties move as that pact to initiatives. so, >> you know, and then there's the state as well. so i think all eyes will see what will happen in the next few days. the health department is looking to see if the latest wave of covid patients are fully vaccinated or boosted. >> ucsf, infectious disease doctor monica gandhi says that's still the best way to stay safe. we're probably all going to see this virus at some point. but we need to be vaccinated boosted so that we don't get severe symptoms. the city of berkeley, which has its own health jurisdiction, will not be included in this policy. >> in the meantime, alameda county health officers will be monitoring covid cases and hospitalizations to determine when they can safely lift this mandate reporting from union city gayle ong kron. 4 news following alameda county's health order. the oakland unified school district is also bringing back its mask mandate starting tomorrow. >> the district says under the
order all students, staff visitors and volunteers will have to mask indoors at all district sites, including facilities running summer programs and preschool settings. oakland international airport is also bringing back its mask mandate. the airport says starting tomorrow, everybody over the age of 2 must once again mask up inside the airport facility. >> children under 5 may be able to get their covid-19 vaccine as soon as june. 21st, a white house official says the food and drug administration's outside panel of advisors will meet on june 4 teams to evaluate pfizer and moderna's shots for younger children once approved. the first shots will be possible. the following week. the officials says states can also begin placing orders for pediatric vaccines tomorrow. >> still ahead tonight at 10, a sad development in the search for alexis gave. investigators now say the oakley woman was murdered by her former boyfriend. why they say this case is still far from over. plus, in 5 days,
san francisco voters will decide of chase a bowl game will stay on as the city's district attorney. >> how this local recall effort is causing ripples far beyond the bay area. but first, who will be marching in this year's pride parade in san francisco after all, following a compromise that was reached today. i'm dan o'dowd and i approved this message. elon musk promised to pay a million customers $30,000 a year if they bought his car. they bought his car. so, where's their money? he promised customers if they bought his car,
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>> what san francisco's pride parade hits the streets later this month. there will be some law enforcement officials marching after all in their uniform. and this is a little a battle of contention here. mayor london breed says she'll also be marching after a copyright finally reached today between the police officers, pride alliance and the pride board kron four's amanda hari has the latest. >> hours of negotiations and a community forum have resulted in a change for the san francisco pride parade. some police officers will now be marching in uniform. >> on june, 26 built a load lifted off of me. and i was truly in a celebratory spirit board. president of san francisco pride. carolyn, why singer tells me the negotiation has been weighing on her. the pride board first enacted a ban on uniformed officers back in 2020. a lot of time we it to the incident that happened in 2019. but it was really the result of a lot of conversations around
community or our organization over. i say the last sticking the incident in 2019 involved a protest on the parade route, ending with people arrested as well as others allegedly pushed and injured by police because of covid-19. this was going to be the first year of the ban. but supervisor matt dorsey helped facilitate the compromise command staff and a limited number of on-duty law enforcement officers will be allowed to march in uniform. i feel that. >> i said if you honors both sides, i feel it honors law enforcement and some of the concerns brought up by the community. catherine, when jurors that the sepsis co police officers, pride alliance and an out trans woman, she was part of the negotiation and believes it's important to see officers in uniform at pride. i've also had to play i think that when people can say that there are lgbtq people who are in uniform or serve in the city. >> who are trying to make a difference? >> it has a.
>> has the ability to change the dynamic of the conversation and improve those those conversations. most of the public safety contingency joining the parade will be in casual department approved by the panel. mayor london breed announced she will also be participating because of the resolution. why singer says she knows some people won't be happy about the compromise, but she says it's not the end of the dialogue between law enforcement. >> and the community part of our agreement is to continue having these conversations. so this is not the is in of the journey. this is just the beginning. said cisco police chief william scott tweeted that he is extremely pleased with the resolution. >> in san francisco, amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> and we hope you join us on june 23rd for our bay area pride special called love will keep us together. our 30 minute special airs thursday evening, june 23rd at 6.30. >> next on kron, 4 news at 10, an alleged hate crime incident at a south bay starbucks. how investigators say a woman
target is several people including a child inside the coffee shop. plus, a new proposal on the table to help the a's stay rooted in oakland. and the dub nation may not have gotten the win tonight, but some fans so going home with some new kicks. a close look at the new steph curry sneakers. >> and we've got a nice shot for you. that beautiful coit tower. we've got the movie. i did. we've got some fog and some rain on the way or 10 is coming up next.
look him in the eye and ask him why. a skimmer is a lexus. >> an east bay family devastated tonight after learning their daughter who they have been searching for for more than 4 months was murdered and her alleged killer is also dead. oakley police about several developments today in the search for alexis, gabe, the 24 year-old went missing back in january. police say after a lengthy investigation, they charge this man. >> games, ex-boyfriend, marshall curtis jones with her murder. investigators say they tried to arrest jones yesterday in kent, washington, near seattle, where he was staying with a friend. >> marshall jones responded by coming out the front door with a knife and recharge those officers marshall jones was shot because of his deadly and threatening actions. he died at the scene.
>> authorities say the investigation is ongoing and they still need to find gabe's body. there's $100,000 reward for any information that helps in this case. kron four's been following this case ever since alexis gabe was first reported missing. yeah. and kron four's justine waltman has the details on how this investigation has unfolded. >> on january, 26 oakley police say alexis gabe was last seen in antioch with her ex-boyfriend. her car was found days later with the keys inside on january. 30th kron 4 was there when family, friends and volunteers began their search for a lexus with the help of the class kids foundation team spread out across eastern contra costa county. the search is one on throughout february march, april and may in february, oakley police served a search warrant at her ex-boyfriend's house in antioch. but at that time did not name him a person of interest on april 28th police released a black and white video of a person of
interest asking for the public's help. the oakley police department, the city and the family put together a $10,000 reward for any information that reward eventually went up to $100,000 on may. 12 detectives went back to collect evidence from the texas home and ben tree. on may 13th investigators located a lexus is unique cell phone case in antioch on june. first, officers in kent, washington attempted to arrest the ex-boyfriend, marshall curtis jones on murder charges. police say he charged at them while holding a knife, forcing them to shoot and kill him. while oakley police believe that alexis gabe was murdered. they have not found her body. in the newsroom. i'm justine waldman. kron. 4 news for the latest developments in the alexis gabe case. you can just take out your phone and scan this qr code. it will. >> take you to our web page
with all the latest updates, including the timeline of events leading up to her disappear. snow for the 4 zone forecast stepping outside showing a san francisco airport were boston fans probably don't want to leave town right now. they're probably pretty happy with that they are. lawrence is standing by take us through the weekend. like other probably stick around for the weekend. could get interesting to weather wise in the bay area. usually. >> this time of year, we're just worried about the low clouds and fog this weekend could be talking about some rain out there. so watch out for that. some clouds moving sfo right now. we've got some fog has moved in along the coastline and more of that to come. but just off the coast, hey, this looks pretty impressive specially for this time of year to see that kind of low develop in the gulf of alaska. this late in the season. that is not bad at all. still a ways to go here. but you see some of the white clouds just making their way across the horizon here and getting in trained really in that low. and that's going to be the big factors that system begins to make its way toward the bay area ever so slowly and starting to organize just a little bit so off the coastline. right now, we have
a weak cold front. that front is falling apart, but it's going to leave around a lot of clouds for tomorrow across the skies and cooler temperatures and that storm system gets a little bit closer to the focus, starting out a little further to the north in the pacific northwest, rain in the seattle and portland all the way down to parts of northern california, but keeping dry here. and then as we head in towards saturday evening, a chance of rain developing in the north most of this at this time of year with this kind of front public coming is sprinkles or light showers north of golden gate bridge. and then as we head in toward the early on sunday morning, a chance of showers developing. want give you a look. one of our high-resolution computer models you see right here, the clouds rolling across the day tomorrow, maybe some drizzle along the coastline. and then as we head in toward a saturday. well, things get interesting in there you go the high resolution model paid some showers in the north bay by saturday evening and then continuing to see more showers on and off and some brief downpours right through sunday morning. then by the afternoon that starts to taper off. so all that being said tomorrow
should be mainly dry. the exception, maybe just along the coastline, 15 60's in the san francisco. you look at 54 in montour and cool. there you see the big batch of drizzle along the coastline near elder. not up as you make your way inside the bay. you'll find some sunshine and some clouds and temperatures in the 60's about 70 degrees in redwood city. 72 in mount view tomorrow. lot of 70's in the south bay and then in the east bay said those mid 80's. i think tomorrow we top out mainly in the mid 70's about 73 degrees in danville, about 74 in pittsburgh. 78 in fairfield while back toward the coastline. keeping a cooler generally in the 50's. so about a 10:10:40am, as we take you through time, we're going to see some cooler temperatures on the way a chance. some showers moving in late the day on saturday and on sunday. looks like by next monday, just some partly cloudy skies. and if i showed you this 2.10, attend, this is this is called the 10 -7 or the 10 -3, which is your seven-day forecast. so in this forecast looks like it will be staying dry at least next week. a lot hotter next week and maybe some triple learned.
all right. >> the old fire that's been burning in napa is now. 55% contained. the fire broke out tuesday, north east of napa and bird 570 acres. one firefighter was sent to the hospital for minor injuries while taking on that fire. no structures have been damaged or destroyed. cal fire says all evacuation orders and road closures have been fully lifted in the south bay. a woman has been charged with a hate crime after allegedly making racist comments to a mountain dew, starbucks manager witnesses say she then physically attacked a customer and then went after a child. >> kron four's justin campbell has more on why the santa clara county district attorney once or in jail. >> it all happened here at this starbucks in mountain view last saturday afternoon. may 28 of a typical day in the afternoon. people going and having a cup of coffee with that changed quickly. authorities say 33 year-old die shun. kwan came inside and went after 3 people. first
yelled at the manager saying should go back to your country and danielle, she would have him deported back to mexico even though the manager is an indian man, there's absolutely nothing that provoked this woman. there's nothing provocative that anyone did other than ordering a cup of coffee district attorney jeff rosen says kwon heard another customer that had a hispanic accent and was filming with her phone when she didn't put down her phone. kwan made racist remarks and attacked or hit her several times leaving scratches on her neck customers then intervened and separated them. finally, 3rd person. rosen says kwon went after hispanic child, but the father stepped in shortly after police arrived were prosecuting this woman for misdemeanor hate crime. we want to hold her responsible in jail for some period of time. rosen says the amount of heat crimes has almost doubled since the start of the pandemic. they filed 14 cases in 2020 and 23 in 2021, i'm
hopeful that we'll have fewer hate crimes this year than we did last year. but what happened here on saturday is just totally wrong and senseless after rosen says he would like want to take classes about their achievements. hispanics have made to our country. so changes her heart and mind reporting in mountain view. justin campbell kron, 4 news. >> kron 4 is your election headquarters and we're now 5 days away from the primary election and one of the ballot measures grabbing a lot of attention is the attempted recall of san francisco da chase according to our political analyst david mccuan. there's an enthusiasm in saying no to the district attorney. he says building has become a scapegoat for a lot of frustrated voters. mcewan points to the big money being spent on the recall effort and the organization involved in that. but even more than that, looking at this particular primary, this particular primary season. he's saying
what he calls the politics of know and the politics of protest. and that means that there is, if you will, a threat behind the door. >> against most politicians for moving too far too fast and in a difficult direction. for example, if you look at san francisco and you see the pictures and the images of retail robberies of burglaries break-ins of a feeling of insecurity or where you have to, you know, file a police report online because i'm never going officer to come by unless it's a life-threatening situation. all of that becomes a a sanction of this protest politics. and that's where the san francisco dhs ability is really the target. what we see as it becomes a sanction. a pox on all your houses. i think one of the things to watch on tuesday is up. not just a few loses, but if he loses by more than 20 points is a 60, 40 something like that. and that will be a rapid and huge, deep message. but this electorate is not just worried. they're very upset and they're using the d a
recall race in san francisco as a proxy for all that is going wrong. professor mckeown says a lot of people will be watching what happens to move gain, including the los angeles county district attorney. >> he says if this is sending a chill over politicians and leaders across the country. san mateo county sheriff's office is joining law enforcement agencies across the country using virtual simulators to train officers on how to respond to an active shooter, specially a lot of everything that's been going on recently. kron four's haaziq madyun shows us how it works. >> we do want to warn you some of the simulations can be pretty intense for viewers because of the violence associated with active student situations. >> a >> deputy sergeant david weidner has demonstrated an active shooter inside of a
courthouse scenario using this virtual reality simulators set up here at the 7 tail county sheriff's training facility in belmont. >> over there. that deputy down san mateo county sheriff carlos bolanos talks about what he aims to accomplish by putting his deputies through this virtual reality based training. >> i believe it's realistic training that will provide my deputy sheriffs with the ability to go in effectively and immediately neutralize any threat that endangers the safety of the public for so long. this, the computer program is made by a company named virtua. it simulates both violent and nonviolent situations as well >> dealing with people experiencing a mental health crises there's a scenario is teach de-escalation? >> any part of this training or they're additional training
being made available to make sure that deputies. where the training that they received in when they arrive on the scene of >> active yes, you know, ever since columbine, a law enforcement changed their tactics we used to wait and staging way for the tactical teams to come. but after columbine, all that training change to a meeting at lee partner up with the first available law enforcement officer that arrives on scene it going and address that threat over the next several months. each of said county's 400 deputies wanted to go there. first round of training of the simulator. >> the sheriff a says the training will then continue on annual at least 3 to 4 times a year in belmont has a lead. you kron 4 news. >> oakland officials to public comment today on the future of the proposed oakland a's ballpark. they are trying to evaluate whether they should
remove the port designation from howard terminal to move the ball park construction forward. the 12 billion dollar development project has been met with resistance from groups which say the project could affect port operations, adding to supply chain woes. the next official meeting for comment will be on june. the 30th. >> today on instagram, i saw that this lawyer store. so they're going on sale and i jumped in the car and drove here. >> and there she goes that lawyer stan had to cut the interview short so she could get a pair of the new steph curry. we believe under armour for her son. sorry. i can't talk buy some shoes. the limited edition kicks have been teased for years. a sport. the colors of the 2007. >> we believe team that knocked off the top-seeded dallas mavericks in the first round of the playoffs that year. former nfl running back and bay area native job at best was also on hand today to pick up a pair for his father.
>> he's got that magic touch. so, you know, got to support a bay area native got to support. the worry is them. and so, you know, it's just showing support. >> by the way, best is now the head football coach of the saint mary's college high school panthers in berkeley. the shoes, if you can find them retail for about 160 bucks, but they might be a lot more online and probably, but that's pretty reasonable considering with those initial gym shoes, though, for so. >> that does it for us tonight on kron. 4 news at 10. but stay tuned. hoopsession starts right after the break. >> to see tomorrow.
>> you're watching kron 4 hoopsession. >> what a welcome to kron four's championship edition of hoopsession. i like the sound of that. i'm jason dumas. this is kylen mills. by told you before today team is going to go on a 17 o run hit 9 threes in the 4th quarter and just let the game upside down. we'll probably say, i'd say you're crazy. jason warriors, they did not do that. they've done it in the past. but tonight that was the boston celtics shocked everybody. you could hear a pin drop here.
let's see how it all went down at chase center. like i said, a crazy night from start the finish and its place loud and proud early and again it was raining threes. but >> from this guy right here, steph curry, he came in boys and boy, did he show it getting he hit 6 threes in the 4th quarter that the nba finals record. 21 points for steph in the quarter. on follow through and he was feeling himself, too. but the warriors still only up by 4 points at the end of one. know porter, he made his return after missing the last couple of games in that dallas hearings made his presence felt immediately 3 train in the 2nd quarter. 7 point lead. let them start hitting tough shots that all night jalen brown had 12 in the first. then marcus smart. you know, are going to put his hand in
there gets the tough bucket yet 10 at half. celtics up by 2 at the break. 3rd quarter of our off as he leaves the postseason offensive rebound and we can catch out. had 20 points a nice night for him. thank not a video game. nice move on jalen brown event. the scoop. nothing but net right there. and he misses the coming right off lakes. stephanie, up backed away. guns. as i said earlier at a good game, knowing the dirty work, getting the offensive rebound and the now like i missed a couple games, too. he was back. that 3 pointer. steph curry looking nice and relaxed. we're going into 4th quarter. and the warriors are winning.
>> that's where the momentum completely shifted. the celtics could not miss. in the 4th quarter. it was raining threes here at chase center, derrick white had 2 of them back-to-back to lead cut to a point out for for cats. one from beyond the arc. he had 6, 3, celtics take a lead. boston goes on an 11, nothing run to go up 8 less than 2 minutes to go. marcus smart continues. the three-point barrage. it's now a 17, nothing run 14 points. celtic lead finally for for it puts this one on ice, the bucket and one. that's 3 the hard way. it was over. celtics win one 21. 0, 8, they lead the series. one. nothing. game. 2 is sunday. back at chase center. they shoot 21 for 40 from deep. here's some reaction from head coach steve kerr and the warriors players on the stuff in one lost their first. they were moving the ball really well. and they they had us on our heels. they made good push, you know, to start the 4th. >> and they kept that momentum
going. it's going to be it's going to be tough. you know, to to to beat boston of if they're making 21 threes and they're getting, you know, combined 11 from and hartford and you know, those give them credit. they knock down every big shot in the 4th quarter. just says what we've been doing all year. >> you we've been kind of year. rightfully so. you know, we've moments, but we will continue to fight. and that's who we are. you know, i over the last couple months, that's what we've been. alright, identity, i think he's stuck with for a reason. so, you know, for me, we have great players around around us and just got to stay calm. it was a tough loss, especially the way we did lose, you know, squandering a >> 15 point lead. very, very rare for us. so something in the world and group tomorrow? well, pretty much better
effort on sunday. you know, they >> stay within striking distance and made shots late. so that will be filed. figure out the ways we can stop them from series and take them away. but no, i don't think it was a rhythm thing. pretty much dominated the game for the first 40. one. 42 men. so. >> this game was won and lost in the 4th quarter. the warriors were outscored by the celtics 40 to 16. boston shot 75% from deep in that quarter. they made their first 7 straight threes. jason, could the worse have done anything different or made any adjustments to think? >> of course they could do stuff different. obviously you want remind close out on out for for a little harder than he did tonight. a bunch of al horford's looks were wide open. i know horford. he's in
treating the leather off the rock regularly. but still when he knocked down his first 4, you've got to get more of a hand up and look. >> the celtics game 6, 3 pointers at a house hurt 5, 3 pointers out of character white and then 4, 3, pointers out of marcus. smart every night. they're going to win this series. the warriors are just going to have it. the hole that big cool down a little. but of course, we're going to have to do their part to close out on the shooter. rush to pick and rolls. and i mean, derrick white. the second time they play the warriors this year with over 5, the first time he played the warriors this year with over 7 over 12 combined against the warriors and then he comes in and he had one of the game of his life. 21.5 for 8 from deep were before from the free throw line 6 for 11. overall. you've got to just shake your head at that. but, you know, his i said it wasn't
one of the areas syria this team to win his 7th highland. and i mean, here you see, i mean, it was shocking to see the manner in which all in one. i'm not surprised that one is just. like you said. it's a legal order to it. little warrior going on the alert. >> what made it so hard for the worst defend to jason. you just touched on it. everyone was making three's 4 different players hit a pair of threes in the 4th quarter and it was the celtics role players, not their stars to you. maybe you're a little bit sharper when closing out the words now know they need to tighten up defensively for draymond green. talk about it and post game. he said we know what we need to do. we need to sharpen up on defense. we need to close out quicker and some of role players. we maybe we're slacking off of a little bit and lacking off a little bit and focusing on jaylen brown, jayson tatum and the players. you expect to take some of those dips, deep shots. >> so we'll see if the worst
can make t e adjustments you need to make game 2. now, though, becomes critical to stay in the series. you can go down to nothing ahead on the road to boston. >> that's right. the warriors do not take advantage of a 3 for 17 night from jason tatum. the celtics role players killed them on this night. now, when we come out of the break, it's the warriors key players who did not have the night needed to. that really hurt the warriors. we will get to that we get back from the to that we get back from the break. i've lived in san francisco for 20 years. i'm raising my kids here. this city is now less safe for all of us. chesa boudin is failing to hold repeat offenders accountable. he prosecuted zero fentanyl drug dealing cases, even though nearly 500 people have died of overdoses. i'm voting yes on h to recall chesa boudin now.
>> welcome back to crown boards. hoopsession playoff edition. a little tongue twister there kylen. the warriors get 34 points out to stepn curry 20 points out. andrew wiggins. you can't really ask for more. and jordan poole and klay thompson, a combined 8 for 21. and that really hurt the warriors offense to that. >> the words needed more from shooting guard klay thompson. he went 6 of 14 from the floor. it was a combination of him forcing shots, rushing possessions and then also in some instances, shots not falling. however, with thompson throughout the postseason, you see him taking these really difficult shots right there. he was in double coverage. also other times he's taking fade. away's. he's under pressure. he doesn't always make it easy on
himself. when it comes to jordan poole, he needs to be more aggressive. pool has found success getting to the bucket in the postseason and not necessarily relying so much on the outside shot or the deep 3 ball. what did you see, jason? >> well, he at all postseason on really all season long ways. what clay kind of starts to hunt. a through the offense out of whack and if they want to beat the celtics, they're going to have to at least get one of the 2 clay and jordan poole going so we'll look for that on sunday. stepped in out. andrew wiggins did job. someone else needs to step up. we'll have all your coverage leading up to game on sunday. but for kylen mills, i'm jason but for kylen mills, i'm jason dumas. have a great night. but for kylen mills, i'm jason dumas. have a great night. that was quick. and rewarding.
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