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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.
>> look looking live, tonight is looking pretty good, tomorrow looks pretty good, too. then things change. >> future cast sees a storm working up the coast and could impact the start of the work week. good evening, i'm dawn timoney. >> i'm joyce evans, the second week of february could be wild one, let's get on over to fox 29 meteorologist, dave
warren, for a look but for now, dave, it is kind of nice. >> we have active weather forecast, few tricky forecasts, fix the easy stuff, 39 degrees, not nearly as windy, cold windchill, light breeze, about 7 miles an hour, it will be dropping tonight, maybe some areas back below freezing, two storms we're watching, you saw the hint of the first one, they'll impact our area, monday, tuesday, and wednesday, we will talk about some snowfall, mix even coastal flooding. doppler, tomorrow is safer, first start of the storm over the carolinas there, working its way up from south carolina, so will slowly push its way up. clouds will move up ahead of it. that will keep the temperatures from dropping too much tonight, mid to low 30's, one spot down below freezing, mount pocono, but by this evening, maybe dropping into the mid to low 30's, watch for some slick spots, as you get
some standing water, still some snow trying to melt the snow piles, stubborn snow piles, north and west, 31 degrees, things along freezing along i-95, calmer night, 36 degrees, 33 south and east, just light breeze. here's the storm, here's this first track. as it skirts by to our southeast, it could be close enough to impact part of the area. the timing of this looks like it will be working its way up, and intensifying rapidly. so want to keep close eye on this, for right now the storm's well off the coast. close enough where we'll see some rain maybe mix initially on monday then as it starts to move out tuesday, another storm comes in. so, some accumulations we'll look at, what areas could get what, and what happens once this all moves out, don't expect warm weather to stick around. that's all in the seven day forecast, i'll have it coming up. >> thank you, dave. happening nowed, the search for missing elderly man in montgomery county. ninety-three year old harold lister, disappeared from his pottstown home thursday. his family said something
happened the day before he went missing. and that's the reason they're so concerned tonight. sabina kuriakose live in pottstown tonight. what happened? >> reporter: well, right now, joyce, harry's family is pleading for information on the whereabouts of this missing wormed war two veteran. they tell us this is one of the only meals he has missed here at his favorite diner in the last five years. now, take a look, this is the photo of harry, he has been missing since thursday morning when a neighbor went to check on him. lower pottsgrove police have issued silver alert for the 93 year old navy veteran, he's five-five, with white hair, and blue eyes, his grandson, mark, says he's well known in this community. he has a lot of friends, and sticks to a rigid routine. now,'s believed to be driving a 2011 buick luzerne with pa tag djh1547. now the family believes a recent fall may have contributed to harry ace disappearance, they tell us they are worried he may have
sustained a brain injury or other impairment that has led to this. >> my grandfather had slipped and fell on wednesday, hit hit head, i think it might be worse than what was once thought. but we're very concerned. he's the greatest manual ' ever meet. everyone loves him. we're scared. we just are anxious to see him and to make sure he's okay. >> and again, the great grandfather missing along with his white buick luzerne that looks a lot like this car in the photo, has pa plate tjh1547. if you have seen harry, call pottsgrove police or 191, again, his family says he answers to the name of harry. dawn, joyce, back to you. >> hopefully they finds him, thank you. following several other developing store thinks saturday night, first search for survivors of mid-air plane collision near the port of los angeles, that search called off.
authorities say it is now a search and recovery mission. the collision happened yesterday afternoon, there were two men on board, one of the planes, the other was being flown by a 73 year old woman, she had no passengers on board. divers have found a small debris field, but so far no bodies have been recovered. and in new york, officials stay could take weeks to determine why a huge crane came crashing down in manhattan. that accident killed a pedestrian and crushed a row of parked cars yesterday morning. several people were also injured. investigators are reviewing the crane's movement recording computer and trying to determine if the wind may have played a role. meantime, workers hope to have that area where the crane fell cleared of debris by monday. >> a desperate race is underway in taiwan to find survivors of a powerful earthquake that hit that island. collapsing a 17 floor apartment building, where hundreds of people were sleeping at the time. fox's brian yanis has new details on this. >> reporter: the search and rescue continues in taiwan.
there are more than 100 people still missing, hundreds more injured after a powerful earthquake shook the nation. just before 4:00 a.m. local time, saturday. >> at least 14 people are dead, and at least 11 of those victims were killed inside this collapsed 17 story residential build located on the southwestern side of the country. the apartment building is now ground zero. its floors, pancake g like accordian, building crashing on its side as families left inside. strike striking two days before the lunar new year, most important family holiday in the chinese calendar. more than 2,000 firefighters and sold remembers searching through the rubble, so far about 250 people have been rescued but the search is growing more desperate. authorities say part of the apartment building is believed to be burried underground, swallowed by its own foundation, loose ends by earthquake tremor found from main line chair a, housed for
newborns, mothers, some lucky enough to be reunited when their infants, others were not. ten day old little girl and three other children, were among the victims inside the apartment building. at 6.4 magnitude, this earthquake wasn't particularly the strongest, but the us gee logical survey says the quake was specially destructive because it was shallow striking 6 miles underground, shallow earthquakes cause more damage than deeper ones, the epi-center also located on the island, not off shore, intensifying the earthquake. authorities say it appears the more than 20 year old highrise build diagnose not meet earthquake construction standards, taiwan used to earthquakes, its deadliest recorded occurring in 1999, when 7.6 magnitude earthquake killed more than 2300 people. in new york, brian yanis, fox news. north korea has moved up the window of it planning dollars long-range rocket launch threatening move that come commas soon as tomorrow. us defense officials say north
korea could launch during the superbowl. claims its attempt to go sends satellite into orbit. but it would be in violation of several un security council resolutions banning any launch that uses balistic missile technology. us officials don't believe this missile will be caring a nuclear war head, still, the us navy has positioned a destroyer ship near japan equipped with the latest anti-balistic missile defense technology just in case there is a threat. attacks i cab driver survives a terrifying night after a group of passengers turned violent when it was time to pay the fare. all started when the taxi driver picked up two men and a woman at broad and wharton, this was early this morning. when the cab arrived at their destination in south philadelphia, the driver says the two men pointed guns at him, and demanded money. the cabby says both men fired at him, he was hit in the arm, and that is when the taxi slammed into several parked cars at 23rd and morris. both gunmen and the woman got
out of the cab and they got away. the cab driver was able to flagg down a police officer. he was taken to the hospital and now he is in stable condition. still ahead on "fox 29 news", local health officials trying to track down a man who saved a little girl from a vicious attack. why they say he may be in serious danger right now. >> thrill seekers show up at local amusement park. police say they pull off a dangerous climb. what they risk to get to it. plus, local air men share inspirational history lesson, few facts about the american heroes that might surprise you. >> and we're looking at the radar here tonight. things are all clear, the temperatures, nice and comfortable, few clouds coming in, so maybe not quite as cold. little wider show shows little touch of rain coming into the carolinas. this is the storm we'll keep a close eye on, rapidly intensifies, slowly works its way up the coast. it will impact the area monday, and another storm comes in on tuesday, details in the seven day, i'll have that whether we return.