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only the third team foul. 104-96. "sportscenter" currently airing on espn. buccigross and levy at the controls tonight. >> jeff: i like this lineup for the rockets. ariza at the pseudo four but spreading the floor around, one big. >> mike: three to shoot for e e'twaun moore. howard on him, howard defends him well. here comes brewer. brewer drives, side steps dunleavy who fouls him and a 1:49 remaining. >> mark: we got on dwight howard earlier for lack of effort. give him credit that possession, guarding the point guard with the clock dwindling down, got down low and defended at a high level. closed out, contested. beautiful defense by howard. >> mike: we've seen the last several -- that's a critical miss right now.
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>> mark: so you can do it. this is against a point guard to close out a possession. that's outstanding defense. you've earned the right to trot back offensively. >> mike:104-9 the bulls have led the entire second half. most of it by double figures. gasol stripped by beverley. picked up. another turnover. 25 turnovers now for chicago. harden guarded by dunleavy. puts up a three-pointer. way off. rebound comes out to moore. >> mark: bad shot by harden. let him off the hook. >> mike: dunleavy quick three. too strong. >> jeff: that's a bad shot too. >> mike: early on the shot
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gibson guarding him on the perimeter as we hit a minute remaining. harden drives, step pass to howard, howard out of bounds. 19 turnovers for houston. >> jeff: i think the better play there is to throw it up to howard. as gasol comes to help, instead of trying to find them with the bounce pass throw it up. >> mark: having moore handling the basketball tells me that derrick rose is not 100%. >> mike: fred hoiberg calls timeout before the double-team converges. we'll take a break. 44 seconds remain. bulls' ball, up 7 here in
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>> mike: bulls trying to close this out. they have possession, up by 7. houston was down 18 earlier in the period. now trying to get back as the rockets currently in the 8 spot in the west. because detroit lost earlier tonight, chicago now tied for 8 in the east. tonight. houston 21. both these teams trying to turn around what's been difficult seasons and get into playoffs season. dunleavy has to call time. violation.
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since when did experience become something to hide? i say we own it. lose all that negativity. just let it go. it's just bad energy. oh, and lose those terrible black balloons they give you on your 50th. what's up with that? hey we hear you. that's why our members love aarp the magazine. it celebrates you. with fun and provocative content, from lifestyle and entertainment to in-depth reporting. and it's just one of the great benefits of membership. if you don't think "this is right for me" when you think aarp, then you don't know "aarp". get to know us at >> mike: houston rockets tonight starting a five-game eastern swing including in toronto where recently. then philly, boston and charlotte as they try to secure a playoff spot. looks like they're going to fall
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home. charlotte is playing outstanding basketball. >> mike: howard will guard the inbound. 11 on the 24. >> mark: with moore, you got to find a way to create an open. >> mike: dunleavy lobs it in. knocked away. another turnover. beverley across the lane, kicks it out in the cosh rner. fakes, fires three, hits. it's a four-point game. chicago will inbound again. houston will not give up. to their credit, keep coming back every time you think this one is over. >> jeff: it's not the penalty. it's side out of bounds. have to have ways to get the ball in.
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>> mike: howard making the pass inbounder. >> mark: you also have to have guys who want to go get the basketball. >> jeff: that's more important. >> mike: rose breaks free. they get it to mirotic. fires a wild pass, gets to gasol and gasol is fouled. >> jeff: if howard had hustled, that ball would have been right to him. instead he's trotting. dwight howard just slowly trotting. that's his ball. >> mike: howard has fouled out. that's his 6th foul. gasol will go to the free-throw line. the turnovers, 26 for chicago, 19 for houston.
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time this season with 8 points, 12 rebounds. gasol trying to wrap up a marvelous game, not only those 24 points but he's got 16 boards and six more assists. this is the 31st and 32nd free throw attempt. two important free throws there for gasol. back to a six-point game. timeout houston. 106-100, bulls in front, rockets ball when we come back, no more howard. sweetheart, don't look at me like that,
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>> mike: it's been a rough stretch for the bulls as they've dropped four in a row and 8 in 18 in the last 26. here's their schedule coming up. against the bucks on monday and a quick one-game trip to texas in san antonio, miami at toronto at washington. after tonight 21 games left but derrick rose continues to play like this, jimmy butler now back, pau gasol, all three of them having strong games tonight with the exception of turnovers, everybody turning it over. ariza asking for some room as gibson trying to deny. inside to harden. harden launches it up. misses, gasol the rebound. fouled by capela. rebound number 17 for pau gasol.
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love the warriors or you love the spurs. they don't make the same mistakes that everybody else makes. it does not matter who's on the floor. they compete at a high level. they execute. they have fun and they hold each other accountable. there's a reason why those teams have a small amount of losses during the course of a long season. >> mike: for the rockets it has this game a perfect example, as gasol hits another. gasol, 27 points, 17 rebounds, six assists. he's got seven turnovers though. james harden has nine turnovers. the two teams combined 45 turnovers. now an 8-point lead.
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some of the fans heading out of the united center which was packed once again. got a game tomorrow on abc. the sunday showcase presented by bbba compass, golden state warriors at the staples center against kobe bryant and the lakers. coverage begins with countdown at 3:00 eastern. the warriors' historic run just continues. 55-5. just incredible. so many road games --excusee, so many home games to finish, that record perhaps to be broken, set by the chicago bulls in '95-'96. 72 wins.
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those bulls won 72 and the next year they won 69. timeout called as the rockets couldn't get it in. rockets now out of timeouts. how are you doing, jeff? >> jeff: i'm doing fine. wow. >> mark: the interesting thing, no team has ever gone undefeated at home for an entire season. spurs are still undefeated at home. >> jeff: who beat them in '95-'96 at home? >> mike: indiana. >> jeff: did you get them at home? >> mark: we beat them twice. don't blame it on the indiana pacers. that's the rest of the league. >> mike: indiana once and charlotte once. our statistician gets you what you want.
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they had in 95-96. was that larry johnson? >> mike: mugsy? >> jeff: they had a good team. >> mike: inside to ariza. shot clock turned off. they got to shoot quickly. ariza takes a lot of time. puts up a three-pointer. that won't go. harden tips it to himself. go. rebound knocked loose. rose comes up with it and can dribble it out now. him. that will do it. the bulls end their four-game losing streak. pau gasol has a marvelous game and the triumphant return of jimmy butler, after missing 11 games he was excellent tonight with 24 points, 11 rebounds, six
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derrick rose with 17 and 9. a food-goodwin win for the chicago bulls as they move into the 8 spot in the eastern conference and go a game over 500 for the season. butler first game back plays 34 minutes, fouls out for the first time but was excellent on the court. he's with lisa. >> lisa: you fouled out for the first time in your career. what was up with that, watching pau gasol wrap things up? >> that's me being too thirsty for steals. coach is always telling me to stay solid. i'm glad we won. happy about that. >> how did the knee feel? >> good. i was winded a little bit. i need to get back in shape. my teammates have a lot of stretch. it's a big win. >> you were saying before the game you thought lately your team defense has been soft. how do you think you played defensively?
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in the end, we did what we were >> thank you. congratulations on the win. >> thank you. >> mike? >> mike: they improve to 31-30 east. the rockets fall to 31-31. they're trying to hold onto that 8th and final spot as the bulls united center. final score, the bulls 108, the rockets 100. for jeff, mark, lisa, our producer tim, our director jimmy moore and or outstanding abc crew, thanks for watching. up next, late local news except the west coast. we thank you for watching espn
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trump wins kentucky! republicans in the bluegrass state caucus for the frontrunner ... but ted cruz is not far behind.we have the late breaking results out of kentucky. long lines across the commonwealth today ... as republicans wait to cast their votes in a caucus ... what at least one party official says they'll do 'differently' to keep this from happening again! and ... two candidates have a super saturday the polls turned out for senators ted cruz and bernie sanders as several states cast their
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long lines to vote ... and a long wait for kentucky republicans went to caucus for the first time in decades ...and encountered a different kind of march madness than they're used to in the bluegrass state crowded polling places and backed up traffic put a kink in the g-o-p's operation to choose a presidential nominee. now at 11 ... we are tracking the latest results in the kentucky caucuses ... donald trump wins the bluegrass state ... but texas senator ted cruz has swept the three largest northen kentucky counties ... winning in kenton, boone, and campbell counties by margins as large as 6 percent and as narrow as 3 point two percent. and northern kentucky came out strong for ohio governor john kasich ... who placed 'third' in all three counties. 9 on your side reporter rose ann aragon is live in
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she's been at a watch party for kentucky republicans waiting for results to come in. rose ann? roe: there was lost of energy here at braxton. what was expected to be a short night -- turned into a much longer night here--leaders of the kentucky republican party told 9 on your side -- they expected to have the results by 7--and 8 at the latest, but that didn't happen. "our votes matter and we want to see how kentucky did and who we want to put in the oval office"a night starting with anticipation. votes for kentucky at about 25% percent in-- at half past 8. "it seems like the votes for kentucky went really slow. we want to know who won kentucky --what all of our hard work went to." "there's a lot of energy for all the candidates, so we're just waiting to see who comes out for kentucky."but just before 10 it became clear -- trump leading the kentucky caucus with more than 40%-- cruz at about 30.. "he tells it like it is. he's an outsider. you know cruz and
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they're really in it for themselves.""that's great. i do believe that our country is at a point where it needs to be run as a business."others believe there are better candidates(kristin turner - nky young republicans vp)"i think he doesn't say a lot in debates. i think he would rather argue and point fingers at people and he's not giving a concrete plan. i really would like cruz to win. i believe he's the true conservative candidate and i believe he stands behind his morals and beliefs"as for trump's competitive edge thus far some were shocked.(claire mcvey-lexington)"i first heard that he might run over a year and a half ago and i kind of laughed it off. and now i wish that i hadn't . i think everyone is really surprised (john vincent - caucus worker campbell county)"people are angry--people are losing their little more research and find just goes to show you got to look at what someone does and not what they say."many voters sticking to their core values."protect the unborn an be a constitutionalist."but in the end--leaders here say-- there's more energy now than ever.(justin vandergelas - nky young republicans president) "whether you're for donald trump or not it had a lot more people talking about politics in general."roe: leaders of the young republicans here tell me that their goal is to support whomever the candidate is -- and continue this momentum through november. reporting live ra 9 oys. roe: leaders of the young republicans here tell me that their goal is to support whomever the candidate is -- and continue this momentum through november. reporting live ra 9 oys. northern kentucky bucked the
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for ted cruz.right now - every county has gone to either cruz or donald trump. something wcpo-dot-com politics and government reporter amanda seitz says a lot of people saw coming.. coming..amanda seitz/ politics and government reporter0018 i think it's no surprise we saw it shape up to be a showdown between donald trump and ted cruz. trump kind of appeals to the people that voted for matt bevin in november, he's kind of an outsider and hasn't been in government for a very long time. meanwhile, on the opposite side, ted cruz is someone who has really held the line on his conservative values which appeals to some of the evangelical voters and the tea party in kentucky. the other storyline in northern kentucky tonight -- major headaches even before voters got to their polling place.john genovese is on your side tonight with why party officials say they did what they did... and their plan for the future. (john)bottom line - i'm told this turnout was well past with most of these caucus officials were expecting. with such a short time frame to
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the best they could - and some things were simply out of their control (story) caucus-goers met with brake lights as far as the eye could see "been waiting in line for an hour to come a half a mile" when times got tough-some deciding to take a hike "we had to park at the steak and shake and we just walked" others braving the backup-not happy when it came time to cast a ballot"they act like they don't want to make it easy for us - and i don't believe in this caucus anyway" 42:31"it was wild - it was crazy - it was exciting at the same time" boone county caucus chair 'phyllis sparks' says to an extent... they were working on the fly. as for why there was only one spot to vote in the entire county--43:56"we did consider two locations - but because our books were printed by the republican party and not the secretary of state - we would've had to divide the books up like a through m and n through z - those would be in separate locations - and that would've caused even more confusion with our voters"and nearing the 4-o-clock cutoff- another problem. she says the sheriff told her there was at least an hours worth of traffic still waiting. she made a call to kentucky gop officials. 45:21 "they got back with me and
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the hours"so staff and volunteers writing up signs- closing off the church parking lot and allowing anyone inside to continue. it wasn't ideal - phyllis says - but there was no other option. 44:23"this was our best shot at it - i think we did really well - if we consider doing this again in 4 years certainly we will evaluate all the problems and try to come up with a different process"(john) phyllis tells me in 4 years ago in the regular primary there were around 9,000 republican voters who turned out in boone county. they were planning for around half that number today given the new process and single location but instead there were nearly the same number of people. john genovese 9oys it indeed was a "super" saturday. from gymnasiums...t o barns....long lines snaked around caucus and primary locations...across kansas, nebraska, kentucky, and louisiana and it was a good one for donald trump and ted cruz ... the republican texas senator captured two of the four states he was vying to win ...taking home the nods in kansas and maine.donald trump
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... .even as ted cruz promised his supporters he would take out the frontrunner. sot - sen. ted cruz / (r) presidential candidate "we're the only campaign that can and will beat donald trump in this race." at a trump rally in orlando florida today ... violence broke out as protesters voiced their opposition to the candidate. here's what the primary race looks like so far on the republican side ... donald trump is still leading in terms of total number of delegates gained ... he has 375 to ted cruz's 291 ... but both are still a long way away from the 1 thousand 2 hundred and 37 total delegates needed to win the nomination. ohio governor john kasich is putting pressure on front runner donald trump he released his partial tax returns ... something the g-o-p candidates have been asking trump to do for some time. time.they show the ohio governor and his wife made about five-million dollars between 2008 and 20-14. kasich's campaign says they paid an effective tax rate of 24-point-three percent.ted cruz and marco rubio released their partial returns last
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keeping his returns under wraps because the i-r-s is auditing kasich spoke at a rally in traverse city michigan ... emphasizing his fight to unite the conservative voters of the country. sot - kasich: "it's a matter of us being americans and not republicans or democrats. it's about having conservative solutions to fix it." it."kasich has said that if he doesn't win ohio, he plans on dropping out of the race ... ohio goes to the polls in ten days on march 15th. in the run up to that primary ... candidates from both parties are starting to make stops all over the buckeye state... state...bernie sanders brought his campaign to cleveland this afternoonhe made a stop at the olivet institutional baptist church... where the senator from vermont told the crowd he learned the most important economic lessons when growing up... he explained that he grew up poor in brooklyn new york... and that good paying jobs left our country because of bad trade agreements "in 1960 detroit was one of
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america, cleveland, flint michigan good jobs, good income, the chinese traded agreement shut down in this country." country." today's stop was sanders third visit to northeast ohio ahead of the march 15th primary. taking a look at the democratic layout at the moment ... vermont senator bernie sanders won two out of the three states up for grabs today ....voters in the democratic caucuses in nebraska and kansas broke for sanders ...while hillary clinton took the nod in louisiana.maine democrats go to the polls tomorrow. 9 on your side is staying on top of this super saturday coverage.we're still waiting on results froms some kentucky counties - and constantly updating those numbers at the
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make sure you join us on good morning tri-state tomorrow for all the latest from kentucky and around the country ... plus sign up for the 9 on your side mobile app to receive alerts when election results
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tonight - a reading man is in jail - accused of holding a woman at gunpoint and hurting her 10-month-old baby. nine on your side was there when the swat team had to be called in for this situation on maple drive last neal royal is charged with kidnapping and felony assault. police say he held a woman against her will - with a gun - and caused serious physical harm to her baby. cininnati police are asking for your help in finding who killed this man ... charles weathers.the 46 year old was found dead of a gunshot wound early this morning inside a home on derrick turnbow ave in the west end. end.if you have any information about you're asked to call crimestoppers ... that number is 5-1-3 3-5-2 3-0-4-0. was it evidence after all? all?a new discovery announced last week in the o-j simpson
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