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  • Perfect Shot: Durant’s Late 3 Gives Warriors 3-0 Finals Lead

    first_imgCLEVELAND (AP) — Kevin Durant released his deep shot, the one he always makes in his dreams.As the ball hung in the air, his plan to win a championship, Golden State’s grip on the series, Cleveland’s last-gasp attempt to defend its title, all of it was on the line.Perfect.Durant drained the shot of his professional life — a 3-pointer over LeBron James with 45.3 seconds left — and scored 31 points as the Warriors, pushed harder than they have been throughout their pristine postseason, moved within one win of a title and payback by rallying to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 118-113 on Wednesday night to take a 3-0 lead in the NBA Finals.The Warriors trailed by six with three minutes left before Durant, criticized for leaving Oklahoma City last summer to chase a championship, brought them back, scoring 14 in the fourth.“He took over,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “You can tell, he knows this is his moment. He’s been an amazing player in this league for a long time, and he senses this is his time, his moment, his team.”With their 15th straight win, the Warriors now have the longest postseason streak for any team in the four major professional sports.Click the image to see the Highlights of the game.But that means little to Golden State’s players, who with a win in Game 4 on Friday night can exorcise those haunting demons from last June when the Warriors blew a 3-1 lead in the Finals to the Cavaliers.No team has ever overcome a 3-0 deficit, and it doesn’t appear any team is equipped to hang with these Warriors, who may go down as one of the best ever.Still, Durant isn’t looking too far ahead.“I never been in this position before,” said Durant, long accused of not being able to win the big game. “I don’t want to relax. It’s not over. This is a crazy game. Anything can happen. So I don’t want to relax or feel like it’s over, it’s not.”Klay Thompson added 30 points and Stephen Curry had 26 for the Warriors, who are one win from their second title in three years.If not for their meltdown last year, the Warriors, whose record-setting 73-win season got lost in the Finals aftermath, would be looking for a third straight crown.“We talked about it since the finals last year that the last season was a very unique year, for a lot of different reasons, and we learned a lot,” Curry said. “I think we have grown and matured just mentally of how to just pace yourself through this long year and take every day as a new experience and something that you can kind of take control of.”James shook off a knee-buckling blow to the chin while scoring 39 and Kyrie Irving added 38 for the Cavs, who took a 113-107 lead with 3:09 left on J.R. Smith’s 3-pointer.Curry hit a layup and after both James and Irving missed for the Cavs, Durant dropped his 3 — a shot that could be the one most remembered in this magnificent run by the Warriors.“All I was looking at was the bottom of the net,” Durant said. “I saw he (James) was playing his heels behind the 3-point line. I’ve been working on that shot my whole life. To see that go in, that was liberating, man. We’ve got one more to go.”After Golden State went up, Irving missed a 3 from his favorite spot on the right side and the Warriors closed it out with four free throws in the final 12.9 seconds before celebrating briefly on the floor and then charging down the hallway to their locker room.After winning Games 1 and 2 by a combined 41 points at home, the Warriors had to scrap for all 48 minutes to take down the Cavs, who will need a similar effort to avoid being swept by a team with few — if any — weaknesses.“It’s the most firepower I’ve played in my career,” James said. “I’ve played against some great teams, but I don’t think no team has had this type of firepower.”James and Irving were relentless in the second half and it appeared they had done enough to get Cleveland over the top and perhaps back in the series.Durant, though, was not going to be denied. Not after getting this close, not after enduring so much heat for turning his back on the Thunder, not with a chance to put the Cavaliers in an insurmountable hole.The 7-footer finished 10 of 18 from the field with eight rebounds and four assists. Curry, who has benefited more than any other player by Durant’s arrival and is healthy in these Finals, added 13 rebounds and six assists.With Kerr back on the bench for the second straight game after battling back pain, Golden State, which made a record 9 3-pointers in the first quarter and finished 16 of 33 behind the arc, also got just what it needed from its reserves as Andre Iguodala had several big plays, none bigger than stripping James of the ball on a potential tying 3-pointer with 12.6 seconds left.TIP-INSWarriors: Golden State is the 13th team to take a 3-0 lead in Finals, and third since 1996. … Broke the record of 14 straight postseason wins held by the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins, who did it twice. … Curry has hit at least one 3-pointer in all 73 career postseason games. … Golden State’s nine 3-pointers in the first quarter broke the previous Finals mark held by five teams, most recently the Warriors in 2015.Cavaliers: James (1,175) passed Sam Jones (1,143), Bill Russell (1,151) and Elgin Baylor (1,161) to move into fourth place on the Finals scoring list. Michael Jordan (1,176) is next. … James became the first player to appear in 20 or more Finals games with two franchises. He played in 23 for Miami.TOM WITHERS, AP Sports WriterTweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

  • NBCs Al Trautwig Backs Down from Comments About Simone

    Al Trautwig and Simone Biles (Daily Dot, US News)Al Trautwig, the gymnastics commentator for NBC’s Olympic Games coverage, has found himself in hot water for claiming Simone Biles’ adoptive mother and father are not her parents. The athlete was adopted by her maternal grandfather  and his wife – Ron and Nellie Biles –at age 6 with her younger sister Adria. The pair took the siblings in after their daughter struggled with drugs and alcohol.Trautwig referred to Ron and Nellie as Simone’s grandparents on air during the competition. When a Twitter user corrected him he said, “They may be mom and dad but they are NOT her parents.”The tweet was later deleted but not before others captured a screenshot, including Maggie Astor.Funny, @AlTrautwig deleted his vile tweet about @Simone_Biles’ parents. Fortunately, screenshots exist. @NBCOlympics pic.twitter.com/08uUIBCDFG— Maggie Astor (@MaggieAstor) August 8, 2016Many responded to the message, including Aimee Boorman, Simone’s long-time [email protected] actually they are her parents.— Aimee B (@Salto_Coach) August 8, 2016Lauren Brewer questioned why Ron and Nellie kept being called her grandparents, adding “adoptive parents are parents.”Why do the #nbc commentators keep saying #SimoneBiles parents are her parents to her, her actual grandparents? Adoptive parents are parents!— Lauren Brewer (@knowinvno1) August 8, 2016Andrew Watring thought the network needed to “educate yourself about adoption.”[email protected] Those are @Simone_Biles’s parents – she doesn’t “think of them” as her parents. They are. Educate yourself about adoption, please.— Andrew Watring (@AndrewWatring) August 8, 2016Later on, NBC released a statement saying, “we became aware of the situation last night and addressed it with Al quickly.”Time reported the 19-year-old Olympic all-around finalist was formally adopted by her grandparents on Christmas Eve 2002. Biles asked if she could call her grandmother mom on the first day it became official. Now, she refers to Nellie and Ron as mom and dad. While she has met her biological mom a few times, she only hears from her on birthdays and holidays.“When I was younger, I thought every kid was adopted,” she told the magazine in June. “I didn’t understand why people made it such a big deal. To me, it’s just normal.”According to USA Today, Trautwig emailed an apology to NBC Sports.“I regret that I wasn’t more clear in my wording on the air,” he explained. “I compounded the error on Twitter, which I quickly corrected. To set the record straight, Ron and Nellie are Simone’s parents.”The statement came too little too late, however. The hashtag #FireTrautwig sprung up online after the commentator [email protected] called for Trautwig’s “immediate dismissal.”Dude needs immediate dismissal. They raised her. They’re her parents. This isn’t about biology. It’s about NURTURE #FireTrautwig— smh_yet_again (@mskavon) August 8, [email protected] thought Trautwig’s statement was simply a defense of his “insensitive words.”@Gymtertainment I think by “quick correction” he means defend his insensitive words and belittle people who pointed it out. #FireTrautwig— Olympics to Election (@olympicstoelect) August 8, 2016 read more

  • 19300 people without power in San Diego County due to wind conditions

    first_img Posted: December 7, 2017 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter 19,300 people without power in San Diego County due to wind conditions December 7, 2017center_img , SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — SDG&E cut the power in parts of Julian and other areas in the backcountry Thursday as a way to minimize the threat of live power lines being blown down and igniting a fire.Early Thursday morning, the power was interrupted for about two hours in the main district of Julian. The outage was not part of the utility’s shutoff plan and SDG&E said the short-lived outage was due to a different cause which has yet to be determined. Fortunately, SDG&E brought a backup generator to downtown Julian, which is now doing the job of keeping the lights on.However, other parts of the mountain community remain in the dark, affected by the utility company’s plan to deliberately de-energize the power lines.That preemptive shut-off has led to concern and some inconvenience among Julian residents who say they’ve been told this deliberate outage could last for several more days. As of 2:30 pm Thursday, a spokesperson for SDG&E reported 19,000 customers were without power. 12,000 customers did not have electricity because of the utility company’s preemptive shut-off.last_img read more

  • Blame on BJP for attack on TMC polling agents son

    first_imgBalurghat: The son of a TMC polling agent was allegedly beaten up by some BJP activists after the polling ended in Banshihari on Tuesday.The incident took place in Dilkanthi under Mahabari gram panchayat. Nabin Kabiraj (21), the son of Trinamool polling agent Narayan Kabiraj, was seriously injured in assault incident. He was rushed to local Rashidpur health centre from where he was shifted to Gangarampur sub-divisional hospital as his condition deteriorated. A police complaint was lodged but no one has been arrested so far. The local Trinamool polling agent, Narayan Kabiraj, had been appointed in booth no 197-198 for party candidate Arpita Ghosh. During voting BJP activists asked him to stay away from the booth but he didn’t listen to them. After the polling ended Nabin was on his way back home when he was attacked by two BJP activists Bablu Singh and Paglu Mahato. It is alleged that they had beaten him mercilessly and left him on the road. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataLocal residents rushed him to a nearby health centre. His father was also being informed by them. A police complaint was lodged against Singh and Mahato. “It is my fault that I work as a TMC polling agent. My son was attacked by BJP workers. Mangal Mahato, who wanted to save my son from them was also attacked and thrashed. Local residents rescued both of them,” said Narayan Kabiraj. “We have received complaint. The investigation is on. If anyone is found guilty, he will not be spared,” said a police officer.last_img read more