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the playfulness, brings a joy to his work and team feeds off of that. >> tim: by the way, that was noah dickerson. he did foul out of the game. three-second violation called against ryan anderson of arizona. >> steve: don't see those very often. maybe a quota call. the end microsoft when meter maids start giving out more tickets or highway patrol pulls people over. >> tim: 11 lead occasion, see the field goal shooting story. arizona combating really tough day from the floor. >> steve: the high post. nice little rub. marquese chriss gives washington the 12th lead change of the game. >> steve: a trap. jackson-cartwright navigating.
[ crowd noise ] york, nice. with an answer. >> steve: york and anderson, the upper classmen. beautiful pass. and the foul. dime takes it right at anderson, tarczewski also coming over. andrews penetration forces arizona to help uphill. and that exposes the baseline. >> tim: caleb tarczewski gets his third. young man from senegal, spent time at indian hills community college in iowa. he speaks eight languages. he's improved his english,
spanish, arabic. he had it all. they asked him to tell something true about hip self, something about one of his teammates then tell a lie. he told the team, i no lie. i cannot lie. [ crowd noise ] >> tim: tied at 70-70. york. get the feeling we may have an extra session today? >> steve: it's a donny brooke from start to finish. >> tim: it has o.t. written all over it. just been that kind of game. so many lead changes. arizona's size and strength always keeps them in it.
washington's athletic. >> steve: punch and counterpunch. game of runs. >> tim: two minutes left. veteran takes it to the rack. tarczewski and anderson both tough down there when you bring the ball down low. [ crowd noise ] rejected and fouled by chriss. >> steve: baseline official didn't see it. but opposite of sean miller. the call was made. fourth foul. >> tim: that's four on chriss. anderson gets to the line. >> steve: isolation play by sean miller.
what a luxury to have ryan anderson, security blanket for sean miller. a great pick up. like a free agent. [ crowd noise ] there's the draft, free agent. nice high-low. >> tim: chriss, rejected by tarczewski. anderson, by the way, the human double-double that he is comes in averaging a double-double. 20-13 today. >> steve: four game tear, best any front line player in the country. >> tim: nearly 30 point blow out that they had at the mckale center three weeks ago, though. teams have evolved in the
college basketball, are washington has. at the shot clock fuzzer. -- buzzer. >> steve: good find by gabe york. dials one up. >> tim: andrews, fouled. york off the bounce there, tim, gathers, draws the defense. nice little reverse pivot and kick out. >> tim: 84% at the line. he came into today's game with 214 freethrows taken. 180 made. he gets to the line just shy of ten times a game. you see the poison display by the upper less men. andrew andrews for washington and on the other end of the floor, gabe york and ryan anderson. they have stepped up made the plays. that's what you expect out of grizzled veterans.
>> tim: one-possession game. 51.3 left. full court pressure. got to get it over the line. almost double dribbled. quick time out taken as a result by sean miller. the moment he saw that lorenzo romar going to play them straight up. >> steve: wants to make sure he gets a good look on this possession where they're either able to get a point blank shot, a wide open jumper or draw a foul. need to come away in productive manner. also can set your defense with your time out depending upon whether you score or don't score, talk to your team about
the defensive side of the ball. >> tim: there you see our game reset. the possession arrow is with washington. that's critical particularly if you're talking about a low post pass to one of the bigs. >> steve: i would imagine two-man game here with anderson and york. whether it's high ball screen or an iso, but those two will be involved on weak side to try to get your bigs to clean up the garbage. >> tim: if you get the stop, lav, and you're washington, do you look for the three or do you try to get the quick two extend the game? >> steve: you opportunistic knock down 3s if you can score directly and set your defense there's still time in the backcourt, i would imagine if washington pushes and scores, whether it's a two or a three there will be quick time out. >> tim: lot of times coaches decide not to take time out because they're concerned about the inbounds pass. >> steve: absolutely. a lot of bad thing can happen
out of the time out. it's a philosophy or an approach of feel for your particular team in that situation in a game. >> tim: sean miller has a veteran team. he's got allen and jackson-cartwright, two good handlers out there with york. then tarczewski and anderson have been erasers in the middle. allen will trigger in the inbounds defended by andrew andrews. >> steve: working out of a stack. [ crowd noise ] >> tim: high pick from tarczewski. york. anderson the rebound. anderson goes back up and is fouled. second and third chance opportunities that have been catalyst all day rear its ugly head for the washington fans right there. >> steve: not a better front line player in america at finding a way to carve out
space, to come up with those second and third efforts. that's why the karl ma lobe power forward candidate. he's numbers i think as good as any front line player in the country. >> tim: 9.8 now left on the clock. i think they're taking a long look at that. chriss picked up a foul. his fifth. he's done for the game. 18 points and seven rebounds. we have a clock issue and they are going to work on how much time really does actually remain. >> steve: sean miller instructing his wildcat team, he has wisely played through his seniors as officials review the clock situation. york misses, but watch ryan anderson again, finds a way to secure the ball then goes strong
to the cup to draw that foul. >> tim: right. clearly just a little under 16 seconds should be remaining not the 9.8 as you see up on the board right now. that is what the officials are working on. tony along with eric and sean. they're going to give 16.1 which may be arizona thinks is a little generous, it could be 15.9 if you want to -- >> steve: sean miller clearly instructed his team, depending whether anderson makes one or two freethrows. whether it's three-quarter court press. if he misses both freethrows potentially foul they don't get game-tying three-pointer at the rim. anderson the story for the wildcats. 15 rebounds and eight of them on the offense. >> tim: unbelievable. that's difference in the game,
really. if this score holds up. >> steve: we talked about it at the outset. on a tear the past four games. all aspects of his game. watch this set up like good ball at the freethrow line. [ crowd noise ] >> tim: gets the shooter's touch as a result. that reserve time was almost picked off by kadeem allen. here is murray all the way to the rack. that ball was deflected. a drone draws, the foul with the three. will not get the whistle from the officials. that should effectively put it away. two-possession game. you got to get it inbounded once you do then -- 77-7. allen's got it. trying to play keep away.
and he does. arizona survives, i do mean survives washington this afternoon. >> steve: this is indicative of pac 12 play this year and why as many as nine teams are under consideration for the ncaa tournament. high level basketball out west, tim. >> tim: enjoyed it lav. >> steve: i loved it. like gangsters. tim brando. >> tim: and for steve lavin and molly mcgrath, tim brando, so long where we were not sleepless in seattle. what an exciting environment. huskies go down 77-72. arizona looks to be getting ready to march in march. goodbye from seattle.
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this is fox5 local news at 6. good opening and thank you so ta much for joining us, i'm lauren demarco. and i'm matt ackland. ack we begin, we're talking about the weather again. all isin quiet now, but get reay we could get another dose of winter in the next 48 hours. a beautiful picture of d.c. d.c mike thomas is in for gwen witht the very latest.est.
>> you are absolutely right. we do have snow in the forecastr once again. exactly how much we're going too get is still up in the the air. a lot of question marks with this system. unlike the one we had in january that brought us all the snow amounts and we knew what was going to happen ahead of time. this is not the case and i'll explain why a little bit later. let's start with on what we know at this time.ime. what our current thinking is for this monday night in tuesday system it that it will begin sometime monday evening as a rain/snow mix. i'm not worried about the commutes on monday. mon i think tuesday will be the worst day when it comes tot commutes. it also may not be a continuous snow. once we do see the snow switchwc over to snow. it may come in two ways, lighter snow into the overnight hours, maybe a break and then more snow coming ourur way tuesday afternoon. ace mentioned earlier, totalsotl still up in the air on this onee but what is a guaranty at this point is that we're in the talking about a big snow. it will not be anywhere nearear
what we had there in late january. nobody will be digging out from feet feet of snow. fee this is the system up in southern points of canada. still developing the harmless looking snow showers around ed monday ton is what we're watching through the course off the weekend and into early next week. for right now, we're going to be quiet. just a few clouds out thereut t tonight president. it is chilly, temperatures in the 40s. 30s north and west.est. do watch out for a couple slick spots. we're headed for about 32-degrees. we'll talk about that system in just a bit. as we get ready for our possible next snow officials in prince william county are getting feedback on how they did fromrom the huge blizzard. representatives along with vdot attended a meeting earlier today. they updated on some of the new technology. some residents still had
concerns. from the vehicle tracking that indicated that our street actually had been plowed when most of it had been plowed, but certainly not all a of it.a of so there were some issues withih that. there were issues with call what it times and trying to get ahold of vdot during the snow to find out where the plows were and when we might see a plow. my particular part of my street was not plowed during the big snowstorm.owst you just saw they say they are confident, officials heard their concerns today and the county will make improvements with snow removal in the future.ure. hundreds of people packed a meeting about proposed new bike lanes between the shaw neighborhood and downtown d.c. this has become a heated debatet between cyclists and residents. fox5's alexandra limon is live in northwest with the details. it sounds like people are really fired up over this.s. >> this really has become an emotional heated debate. ddot is considering adding bike lanes in neighborhoods like this
one, the shaw neighborhood in n order to connect the via bike lanes to the eastern part of downtown d.c. however, the problem is this right here, these beautifulutif historic churches that have beee in the area for decades and unfortunately they say these bike lanes would leave them with little to no parking. p take a look at this video so you can see just how many peopley pe were at a meeting that took place earlier today, nearly 300a people packed that room and previous meetings have been juss as crowded. cro the d.c. government and ddot are making the pitch that bike lanen will help ease traffic and have more echo friendly ways to get around. they are taking a look at four different alternate routes and d also the option dog nothing. cyclists of course the idea off the protected bike lanes becausc they say that's a safety concern. however, there's a very emotional part of this for the churches in this area.rea. they say there's already littlel
to no parking and therefore this leaves people with no way too come and get to the churches and it's especially a concern for older people, maybe anyone whoe might be disabled. it's a concern in the within the he. they really have a lot of issues and both sides make a strong argument. well, historic black churches in this area are running out of parking space for our members to come. they usually are coming in not i far from the d.c. area, usually coming in from maryland or virginia and they need spacespae for park and we would like foror them to have a space to park that's not going to be inconvenient for the residents of the neighborhood. you can also look at a publicubi investment where it's much cheaper to get people to move by bike than it is by car.ar with the growth in the s iterative it's not enough for people to get around. we're expecting get of 10 percent per year or hundreds of thousands of people coming po back into the city long term and there's just not enough room for cars for everybody, that's for sure. > now, the big point of dispute
is the fact that these bikee lanes would be protected, pro meaning there would be some sort of physical barrier and that means the city couldn't make an exception to allow people to park on sundays, for example,mpe because the lanes would be blocked. the united house of prayer, another large church in thisthis area actually had their lawyer write a letter to ddot saying these bike lanes infringe on their freedom of religion. rel they say this is a constitutional issue because iss again the bike lanes they claimm would prevent people being able to go to church.rch. definitely an emotional issue for many people. at this point we don't know when ddot is expected to make a decision on what bike lane they'll choice, if they'rehey' choice one at all. > certainly an interesting debate.te. thanks, alex, we'll look forwarr to hearing the very latest on that one. the federal administrationdmin transit is proposing new safety
promotionals.pr there is no federal standards in place for transit. tonight, fox5's meaghan dice talked to riders to get reaction to these possible changes. the sound of the metro. there's a bunch of track work on the green line and the orange line so i have to get to anacostia by 10:00 so instead of taking metro ran in from virginia. than some other sounds, those of train delays you might be familiar with. we were on our way to a regularr station stopped and it stopped on the middle of the tracks andd we were waiting it went saying y over and over we will be moving shortly, but no one knew whatat was going on. you're happy with the metro. yeah. >> how often do you ride? >> usually about maybe three times a week. > any issues riding the metro. >> no. this is actually my first time ever riding the metro. > whether you're a seasoned veteran or first timer, riders today giving mixed review, with the metro facing much larger
issues than delays. 2009, for instance, saw a crash on the redline. red it was nearly one year ago where a woman died at the l'enfant plaza after the station filledie with smoke, the ntsb saying it was an electrical issue that posed a spark. s they would wrap this concerns into a measurable, reliability, safety and fatalities. measurement or not, one rider we spoke to today has different expectations.ex you look out for number one. you have to watch out for yourself.urse okay. that's what i'm saying. say in southwest, d.c., meaghan dice, fox5 local news. > meanwhile, so many peopleso m have been asking what's that oily substance on the potomac river earlier this week. lab tests are currently underway, the oily sheen extended for about eight miles.l it's still not known where the substance came from. officials say 18 geese are being cared for at a bird rescue after coming in contact with that oily
substance. you're just three day away from the new hampshire primary and tonight there will be a pause in campaigning.mpai foxest mike emanuel tells us this evening's contest could bee make or break for some candidates. the stakes tonight are huge for republican candidates just days before new hampshire voters go tot polls. pol the candidates are out working it and hoping to convince some undecided voters to support them here in the granite state. one candidate who won't be on the debate stage tonight is carli fiorina. i'm going to beat her. you know i'm the best debater on the stage and you know i have hv been fearless in telling the truth about mrs. clinton. she's a liar. she lacks a track record of accomplishment.acco she's been wrong on every major foreign challenge.
and that's why. new jersey governor chris g christie who needsov a strongon showing predicts tonight debate will provide a contrast. on that stage tonight you'll sey a difference.e. we're going to make sure you see a difference.e. for those who are going to leadd and those who are continuing to talk. > ben carson would be droppingo out in iowa. today dr. carson talked to his campaign volunteers about his future. do not let anybody, i don't know care who it is, convince youe yo that i'm going anywhere. > applause) they have written myo bit wear i every week foror the last year and a half. > finally new hampshire is so critical you even had 90 year old former first lady barbara
bush out in the snow with her walker campaigning on behalf of somebody general.mebo the stakes that are high and a few much ines of snow didn't seem to face her. > mike emmanuel, fox news. > still coming up tonight whenn we come back, a wild and chaotic scene in baltimore, a man goes to extreme lengths to get awaywy from a group of attackers. all caught on tape. what investigators are sayinging about that deadly collapse of a huge construction crane in new york city. we'll be right back.
> investigators say it may tako weeks to determine why a huge construction crane crashed down onto a new york city streetreet killing a pedestrian.tria three people were hurt by debris, two of them seriously.us this is cellphone video you're looking at right now of the incident. city officials say it could have bench worse. the crane was being lowered to safety during a strong windstorm at the time of the crash. city building inspectors took a look at the crane earlier in the week. we're learning knew details about two very vial event incidents in baltimore overnight. three people shot at a bar in falls point, the santa clara bab and restaurant. two of the victims suffered heaa wounds but all are expected to survive. just blocks away from the shooting a man who police say may have been drunk while w running away from an assault got behind the wheel of a minivan.
the driver rammed into parked cars. throws his cars into reverse, and then heads down the sidewalk hitting two more cars and then a woman. she was seriously hurt. police eventually caught the man a few blocks away. he's been identified as orlando red of park villian he is facing numerous charges tonight. i know you were reading at the time, but boy, look at that. t oh, my goodness. right there in busy tells pointb i think i heard a comment that they said it was great someone was taking video so they could see how it played out. > if you go out and drink, it's best to have designated driver. >> however, but don't do what a wisconsin couple was accused of. amanda and her boyfriend, jason were just too drunk to drive the other night. so police pulled over the pickup truck only to their nine