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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 chance to cut it to six with 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
we've seen wild comebacks recently. >> 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 7. 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.
clock, harden goes back door, gibson guarding him on the 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
>> 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. chicago 22 games left counting tonight. houston 21. both these teams trying to turn around what's been difficult seasons and get into playoffs and make some noise in the post season. dunleavy has to call time. close to a five-second
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short here tonight with 44.4 remaining. >> jeff: boston's been great at 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
sets to get the ball inbounds. >> mike: howard making the pass difficult guarding the 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,
howard fouls out for the third 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.
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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.
>> mark: mike, this is why you 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 been so inconsistent. 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.
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.
those bulls won 72 and the next 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
>> jeff: trying to think who 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. harden sets, fires, that won't go. rebound knocked loose. rose comes up with it and can dribble it out now. hopefully the rockets won't foul 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
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 confidence in me down the 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
>> we did our thing tonight. in the end, we did what we were supposed to do. >> thank you. congratulations on the win. >> thank you. >> mike? >> mike: they improve to 31-30 and moving to the 8 spot in the east. the rockets fall to 31-31. they're trying to hold onto that 8th and final spot as the bulls get another victory here at the 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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>> donald trump won the kentucky gop caucuses. that was a close race. trump also won the gop primary in louisiana. ted cruz won the main caucuses. cruz is also the winner tonight in the kansas caucuses. trump is speaking with supporters in west palm beach. marco rubio is trailing in 3rd or 4th place tonight. we heard from him and donald trump. >> there will be more delegates awarded in florida than basically every state tonight combined. >> rubio had a very, very bad night.
drop out of the race. i think it's time now that he dropped out of the race. >> d also held a primary in louisiana and caucuses in kansas and nebraska. bernie sanders won kansas and nebraska. the caucuses there. and hillary clinton won the louisiana democratic primary by a sizeable margin. so far she has more than 70% of the votes over sanders who has just about 22%. clinton spoke to supporters in michigan after losing. bernie sanders won kansas and nebraska and used his speech to attack connections to wall street. >> if you're going to pay $225,000 for a speech, it must be a fantastic speech. [ laughter ] >> a brilliant speech! which you would want to share with the
>> we are less than two weeks away from the florida primary . >> look up there, camera! look at the protests, camera! >> the packed rally was heated with demonstrators being removed more than a dozen times. trump supporters were not phased by the protestors who said trump encourages hatred. >> that's not what america stands for. america stands for treating your neighbors with respect. loving each other. >> screaming and jumping up and down. we were on the floor. he wants to protect us. >> trump took more jabs at his competitors and promised to help floridians looking for work.
hundreds of you watched our live stream. marco rubo was campaigning in florida today and wasted no time saying donald trump is not a real conservative. people say rubio's message really resonated. he also said the country is heading in the wrong direction. >> my first day in office i am going to repeal every single one of barack obama's unconstitutional executive orders. >> rubio will be campaigning in sanford and in tampa on monday. fhp troopers are investigating a crash last night that killed two people in orange county. neither one was wearing a seatbelt. jesus soto was in this mangled van.
it was hit. the driver of that vehicle reportedly ran a stop sign. he also died. two other people and three children were taken to the hospital. trials set for three men accused of gunning down a 19-year-old woman outside a club. they all faced a judge this week. investigators say the men are responsible for the shooting death. police say the men shot into a crowd outside the cloud nine nightclub last september. police say this woman was drunk this morning when she ramentd her car into people and parked cars -- rammed her car into people and parked cars during bike week. angela jake
eyewitnesses who saw it happen. >> reporter: nathan simons and his friend james couldn't believe what they were seeing early this morning when they watched a black truck plow through a line of vehicles and people. >> they didn't see it coming. >> reporter: crumple chaireds and twisted metal left behind when abbey mcdaniel kinney careened into motor homes and vehicles. >> it was pretty bad. >> reporter: simmons, a firefighter, told me he and his friend tried to aid the best they could. >> i didn't have any of my gear or anything. i'm not an emt, but i'm trained in medical care. >> reporter: police say kinney told an officer after the crash "i shouldn't have been drinking." it also notes she had three beers while a breathalyzer
twice the legal limit. >> a lot of people's lives were changed. pretty sad. >> kinney posted bond on one dui charge. and nine charges of dui with damage to people and property. police need your help identifying the man who robbed a bank this morning and dropped the money outside the front door. officers tell us the robber walked into a woofrlz on seabreeze boulevard with a note that suggested he had a gun. after following the man outside, another customer found the money in some bushes. downtown orlando will have another road closure. garland avenue will be shut down monday from colonial drive to orange avenue, and it will remain closed for more than a year as crews do drainage work, build bridges and an on-ramp from colonial.
department of strpgz about any future closures drivers can expect. >> we do have some things coming up for the 408. it's a huge, critical point . drivers can expect the closures of roads under i-4 downtown to continue. and you can get updates on the project on our website, wftv.com. zoo three men who pointed a gun at a 2-year-old have been granted bond. they are all in the jail. voss tried to rob two women by pointing a gun at a toddler. the women fought back.
the women chased that car, rammed it. the child was not hurt. a funeral home accused of storing bodies for an extended period of time. the county contracted with the service to handle services for people with no relatives. last month it removed 15 bodies that had been stored for too long. a teacher says bullying has gotten so bad, he had to speak out. he didn't want to reveal his in a minute or identity over fear ref taliation but he said he witnesses bullying every day, from name-calling to homosexual and racial slurs and fighting. he believes the school is not doing enough and a student may take his or her life.
anything about it because the person who's bullying is still in my classroom, still doing the behavior, thinking he's not getting in trouble when i'm just waiting for that shoe to drop, and it never does. >> a parent whose son attends the school told us he's talked about killing himself because bullying. and last week, a middle school parent told us her daughter tried to overdose on pills. one of the people accused of stealing a cash box from a girl scout had his bond revoked. he was initially granted bond. it's now been taken away. detectives say they stole a cash box from a 12-year-old girl scout. winters is out on bond. deputies are looking for a missing teenager. he hasn't been seen since last night.
have driven away in a 2004 white ford explorer with ohio tags. his family says he made comments that have them worried for his safety. lane closures for the next several days on the beach line. crews shut down lanes at the toll plaza near orlando international airport on thursday. a woman scammed out of thousands of dollars. >> i should have hung up. >> the irs scheme that ended before the victim gave the suspect even more money. and just hours away from the orlando city season opener. the transportation concerns ahead of the match. >> and as temperatures fall tonight, i'm updating who will
>> you have to go to court. and then you've got 48 hours, and they're gonna take to you jail. that's all you hear after they say that. >> reporter: she hopped in her car and raced over to this wells fargo bank to withdraw $2,000. she then wired the cash on the person who the phone who was nothing but a con artist. >> i should have hung up at the very beginning. i should have known better. >> reporter: the scammer on the phone told her because she took too long to send the money, she needed to wire over another $6,000. but that's when she says deputies stepped in and pulled her over after her husband called and told them he was worried. >> i was going to get more money. so thank god he called and got the cops here. >> the irs says if you have a tax problem, they will not contact you by telephone. and they will not threaten you with an arrest or ask for your credit card information.
to the sheriff's office and titusville police to check on the status of the investigation. drivers in titusville need to know more about an important street closure this weekend . garden street will be shut down from draw road to canaveral avenue while the work continues . los angeles police perform tests on a knife found at oj simpson's new home, investigators say it's too small to have been used in the murders of brown-simpson and goldman. the cop said he got it from a construction worker in 1998.
believe has any validity, to ensure people that this investigation was done appropriately. >> this case is still open. in 1994, police arrested oj simpson, considering him the only possible suspect. a new voice weighing in in the face-off between apple and the fbi. the federal government wants the tech giant to create software that would let them unlock an iphone used by the shooters in the san bernardino attack. apple has refused. in a new brief, the district attorney says the device could lead investigators to a possible third gunman. >> do you believe there is a third assailant out there? >> i don't know if i believe it. but i'd like to make sure there isn't. >> the fbi, law enforcement, and eyewitnesses have all discredited the theory of a third gunman. apple is stand big
thousands of bikers have packed the streets for bike week. this is shaping up to be the biggest bike week ever. the event brings in more than $200 million to the local economy. tomorrow's season opener for the soccer club kicks off at 2:00 pm. sunrail won't be running. links buses will have extra routes starting at 10:00 am tomorrow. gates open at 12:30. there are fewer than 3,000 tickets left for tomorrow's match. the lions are hoping to