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believe it! geico could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. this rally about free speech turns violent in san francisco. san mateo police went door to door warning residents of a mountain lion seen more than once. >> ewe seen them througout the bay area, shared spaces. here they're set to expire in a couple of months. record high temps today, but cooling tomorrow. finally, abc7 news starts now. >> building a better bay area for a safe and secure future. this is abc7 news. >> i love america. i love this country, and i love free speech. >> today in san francisco, a free speech rally came to an abrupt end. tonight on abc7, we hear from the organizer, now recovering from a punch that knocked out his teeth. good evening and thank you so much for joining us.
i'm dion lim. some well-known conservative personalities were on the agenda to speak at that rally today, but organizers canceled the event minutes after it started. police say several people participating in the rally were injured as well as three officers when they were sprayed with pepper spray. a warning now, some may find the following video disturbing. a witness captured the scene as a protester punched rally organizer philip anderson before his speech. cornell bernard has a look at how things quickly escalated. >> no nazis, no kkk, no fascist usa. >> reporter: a large crowd of demonstrators gathered to oppose a small group holding what was build as a free speech rally, protesting what they say is twitter censorship of some of their message. >> they have no business being here. >> we call them san francisco for jesus christ.
>> reporter: the rally was granted a permanent from the city. some of the speakers expected including well-known president trump supporters and conservative right personalities, but most never got the chance to be heard. tensions quickly escalated. counter demonstrators taunted police. sky 7 was overhead as some kicked barricades. police wearing riot gear tried to protect the speakers from the crowd, but many threw bottles at the stage and shouted down the speakers. before the event, the main organizer philip anderson said he was attacked and punched, knocking his front teeth out. >> you knock a black man's teeth out. you knocked my teeth out. >> reporter: minutes later, anderson announced the rally was over. >> canceled. it's too bad. but this is what happens when you louis fres lose free speech. >> some counter demonstrators felt victorious. >> i think the fact that they were outnumbered is important. >> it's tough, right, because i
absolutely believe in free speech. but i'm also anti-fascism. >> reporter: rally organizers were escorted away by police. >> police released a statement tonight about the incident say, quote, demonstrators began throwing glass bottles, plastic bottles filled with unknown liquid, metal cans and eggs at free speech rally participants. the rally became so violent in nature it was declared a public safety measure and shut down. and at 11:00 tonight, dan noyes talked to philip anderson, now recovering at home where he is staying. >> why did you come here? >> whole point, we don't have the right to peacefully protest, obviously. okay? we don't have the right to free speech. and that's a fact. you don't have a first amendment right. you don't have the right to peacefully protest, and that means we're no longer americans. one of my teeth was knocked out and the other one was dangling
and they had to put shots to my mouth and pulled that tooth. it hurt pretty bad honestly. and they told me that the teeth, you can't put them back in. you're going to have to get a replacement. >> a gofundme for anderson's medical expenses has now raised over $15,000. i-team reporter dan noyes was also at today's rally. we do have an extended cut of our footage. abc7news.com. meantime, thousands of people marched for women in at least a dozen cities around the bay area. >> we refuse. >> we refuse. >> to accept. >> to accept. >> a fascist america. >> abc7 was in san francisco for one of today's marches this morning. participants marched from civic center plaza on mcallister street to the embarcadero center. people held up pro-choice signs and honored the late supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg. black lives matter and human rights advocates were also
marching in solidarity. to the south bay now, where two people are dead and four others wounded after a shooting in san jose. abc7 news was outside the nueva vallarta restaurant where police were still at the scene this morning more than nine hours after the crime was reported. officers were first called out just before midnight. there is no word on a motive or any arrests. and in san francisco, police are urging witnesses to come forward after two men were killed in two different shootings. you are looking at the scene in visitacion valley when four people were shot at about 8:30 last night where one man died. in a second shooting, a man was killed on hunters point boulevard at around 8:00 last night. new developments now. a federal judge will decide if the undocumented man who shot and killed kate steinle along the san francisco waterfront in 2015 is competent to now stand trial on other charges. jose inez garcia zarate being
acquitted by a san francisco jury on state charges in 2017. his defense attorneys claimed he fired the gun accidentally, but zarate still faces gun charges in federal court. a judge refused to let zarate plead guilty to those charges yesterday. according to the san francisco examiner, zarate says he wants to plead guilty and be sentenced to prison or be deported. two doctors have diagnosed zarate with schizophrenia and declared him unfit to stand trial. we're learning more tonight about memorial services for san francisco firefighter paramedic killed in the line of duty during a training accident. jason cortez died on october 7th, and he leaves behind his wife and their two sons along with his father, mother, and stepmoth stepmother. a private vigil will take place monday afternoon at st. ignatius francisco campus. on tuesday morning, a private celebration of life will begin at 11:00 inside oracle park. well, san francisco's ocean beach was pretty packed today as
you can see. all those people trying to beat the heat. here with a look at just how long this hot temperature trend will last is abc7 news meteorologist frances. >> the answer is not long. san francisco had a record high today of 93 degrees. look at all the 90s along the peninsula. san jose 95 degrees, as well as 95 in richmond. so the areas in yellow are the cities that beat or tied a record. and we even had triple-digit heat in ukiah and cloverdle. but notice the cooling at the beach. half moon bay, 77. and that's because the sea breeze is starting to kick in. in fact, here is a look at the next seven days in san francisco. the 90s are completely gone. our average high of 69 will still be above average. but the cooling trend continues well into monday before things peak again midweek. and then i'll let you know what you can expect for your neighborhood. but definitely things are cooling down starting tomorrow. dion? >> sounds good, frances, thanks.
the expiration date for san francisco's businesses shared spaces program is coming up. the program has been a big way for restaurants to expand outdoor dining. the financial impact on the economy is something we are focused on as we build a better bay area. now many business owners are asking for the program to become permanent, not just something for the pandemic. abc7 news reporter luz pena tells us what the city is planning. ♪ >> you know, we had to have covid happen to make an experience like this in the city. so it's wonderful. it's awesome. >> yeah, we've been saying to each other it feels like we're in europe. >> reporter: david and catherine are talking about the shared spaces platforms. that's the technical term for this dine-in cubicles on parking spaces. come december 31st, that will have to disappear. over 2,000 business also be impacted once the city program ends. >> hanging on until the end of the year, that's what i've been hearing. if we just make to it 2021.
>> reporter: cat anderson and her business partner invested over $5,000 to build outdoor dining. this is what they say is keeping their doors open during this pandemic, even though now they can technically open for indoor dining with 25% capacity. >> we need a little bit more uptick in the business the pay for that, because we still have to pay for staff and all of our food. it's definitely investments. >> reporter: the precedent of the san francisco small business commission says 80% of business owners want to make this outdoor option permanent, even after december 31st. >> there is also commercial borders in neighborhood that don't have that kind of foot traffic. so i'd like to give them an incentive to help create community thisser in neighborhoods. and to do that, i think we need a longer program. >> reporter: san francisco supervisor rafael mandolin says he will propose a two-year extension to this program, but it won't be easy. >> certainly there are safety issues. there are financial issues for the city that they're displacing
parking which brings revenue into the city. and it's also parking that some of the other businesses rely on and need. >> reporter: in san francisco, luz pena, abc7 news. still ahead on abc7 news at 11:00, take a look at this big cat. a little too close for comfort for one peninsula family. and the mountain lion is no stranger to this neighborhood. plus a lemur who was allegedly stolen from the san francisco zoo is resting safely today. zoo visitors react to this trending story from this week. plus the special tribute in oakland tonight for the
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mountain lion roaming around their backyard. not once, more than once. tonight san mateo police are telling residents to use caution because of another confirmed sighting just a few blocks away just in the past hour. the cat was spotted on alameda de la pulgas at about 10:20. lauren martinez spoke to neighbors in the area who aren't surprised. >> reporter: a home surveillance camera captured a mountain lion roaming around a backyard in san mateo. video released by police shows the mountain lion on a deck area around friday at 10:00 p.m., and then again saturday morning at 6:45. officers alerted some neighbors by going door to door off alameda de las pulgas. >> this is the creek area. >> reporter: sue galloway lives next door to the homeowners who captured the video. she says the streak in their backyards attract deer and other wildlife. when she heard about the mountain lion, she wasn't surprised. >> no. but i was surprised when i saw how big he was. >> reporter: galloway says
neighbors who lived at that same home a year and a half ago captured video of a mountain lion. >> so he is out there. and like i said, he was a big cat. >> reporter: we spoke to another neighbor who said he went jogging here at sugarloaf park and was turned around because of a mountain lion sighting here. >> i was literally stopped by a park ranger. don't go in there. there has been a mountain lion sighting. go the other way. >> that incident happened two weeks ago. we showed him the surveillance video. >> thisst last night at 10:00 and this morning around 6:00. >> wow. >> reporter: police said they searched the area and didn't locate the mountain lion. they issued the alert so residents can take precautions. >> we have a dog. we have a young kid. it's frightening to have a huge mountain lions running around your yard. >> reporter: in san mateo, lauren martinez, abc7 news. >> what a surprise. well, the lemur apparently stolen from the san francisco zoo is still under quarantine today. police say maki was stolen from the litman family lemur forest wednesday and discovered thursday night at hope lutheran
day school in daly city that same day san rafael police arrested 30-year-old cory mcgillway on suspicion of shoplifting and stealing a getaway truck. they later found photos of maki on his cell phone and one of the officers who tried to take his kids to the zoo before made the connection. >> then the lemur jumped over the gate, and he just come inside. he was there. >> and then they called police animal control. >> oh, they are so adorable. hope lutheran has received the $2100 reward and the trent family has received a lifetime pass to the zoo. meantime, mick giloway has been booked on four felony charges including burglary, grand theft of an animal, looting during an emergency and vandalism. abc7 news stopped by the san francisco zoo today to see how people felt about the theft. >> i don't like it. because it's not nice to take
things without asking. >> i'm pretty sure those punishment charges fit well. >> it's pretty messed up because he could die if he doesn't have the care that he needs, you know. >> no food and a dungeon. >> i think that's the best response. no food in the dungeon. well, the san francisco zoo says maki was dehydrate and hungry, but they are working to get him become to full health so he can be back in the exhibit. oakland paid tribute tonight to a player considered to be baseball's greatest second baseman ever who polished his game on the city's fields. flags flew at half-staff above city hall to honor hall of famer joe morgan. the castlemont high school grad died on monday at the age of 77. morgan starred for the cincinnati reds in the 1970s when the big red machine won four pennants and two world series. morgan played with both the giants and the athletics at the end of his 22-year career. well, certainly still feeling like summer. speaking of baseball, frances. but things are going to be cooling down in the next few
days. >> definitely, dion. a cooling trend on the way. it started a little bit today along the beaches. and here is a look at live doppler 7. we've got mainly clear skies all around the bay area. we could see some patchy fog develop. the marine layer really weak. and it might start to strengthen over the next couple of days as we see an onshore flow increase. check out this really pretty live shot as we look towards san francisco, city hall lit up in green. and you see the heart sf in the background as well. temperatures are still in the 70s. san francisco 73. oakland 71. even san jose 71. but half moon bay has been one of the coolest spots today at 59 degrees. beautiful shot of the golden gate bridge. just clear on through. you can see right through. santa rosa 61. novato, 63. and we're still at 70 degrees in concord. and this time from mount tam, we're looking south towards san francisco. you can see all the way across the bay. so cooler for all areas tomorrow
and into monday. but then it will be warming up again tuesday and wednesday. and we'll keep an eye on possible red flag warning for the north bay hills as well as the east bay hills as this offshore flow returns. and then you might want to head to the beach tomorrow, because next weekend, temperatures will be closer to average, and it will start to feel like fall. another live shot from the east bay looking west this time towards san francisco and the bay bridge. so there is an air quality advisory for tomorrow. the north bay inland east bay and santa clara valley may still have moderate air quality. but things improve a little bit more on monday. so we'll keep you posted on that. lows tonight near 60 degrees. around the bay and 55 in half moon bay. so we could see some of that fog develop overnight into tomorrow. but the marine layer has almost been nonexistent. and if it does develop, it will be very shallow. highs tomorrow. notice even though they're still well above average, they're noticeably cooler compared to
today's numbers. for example, in san francisco, tomorrow your high will be 75. so we've had three days of 90 degree or above 90-degree temperatures in san francisco. and san jose 89 degrees. oakland, 81. and in the inland areas, we'll see the low 90s. so if you do head to the beach, you will notice it's a bit cool were that sea breeze as well. over the next cengiz day, you can expect temperatures to drop tomorrow and into monday on the peninsula. our average high still above that. but notice tuesday and wednesday is when it picks up. and then things drop down considerably into next weekend where we might even be below average. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast that r. we have that onshore breeze. inland areas in the low 90s instead of the upper 90s. around the bay, mid-80s and at the coast near 70 degrees. so cooler for everybody noticeably as well by monday. and then we warm up again with plenty of sunshine tuesday and wednesday before another cooling trend heads our way.
and then much cooler and cloudier for next weekend. so you got one more beach day. enjoy it while you can. dion? >> ah-ha, good to plan out the week ahead. frances, thanks. coming up on abc7 news at 11:00 -- >> i'm great. the lord has been good to me. >> oh, happy 95th birthday to a man in the south bay. we'll see (garage door opening) it is my father's love... it is his passion- it is his fault he didn't lock the garage. don't even think about it! been there, done that. with liftmaster® powered by myq®, know what's happening in your garage- from anywhere.
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europe from the nazis. today's celebration was quite a surprise. >> overwhelmed. had no idea. i blame my daughter for this and my son. it's been wonderful. >> what a great sight to see everybody out. members of the local american legion and vfw posts also joined today's celebration. abc7 news reporter jr stone also posted on facebook, asking people to send cards to atwell, and hundreds have said yes, they will. all right. getting the sports now with chris alvarez. >> coming up in sports, two big baseball games tonight. we have game seven in the american league. plus mookie's magic. how a combination of great defense and timely hitting led
-i hear someone go, "did-strangers cough at me.ys?" -move away from me. -someone spit towards my direction. -all the stereotypes that we've worked so hard to break are just going to be reversed. and i won't let that happen. -we all have to play our part. -i donate my plasma. -i've been making masks. -we deserve respect just as much as everybody else. -i'm a firefighter, not a virus. -i'm a mask maker, not a virus. -i'm a nurse. -i'm a delivery woman. -chef. -a neighbor. -artist. -bus driver. -i'm a doctor.
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-i'm a doctor. now abc7 sports with chris alvarez. >> well, could it be dustiny? dusty baker has his team on the brink of history, the first and only 2004 boston red sox beat the yankees to win the alcs. they eventually won the title that year. here we come. from san diego, and he takes lance mccullers deep to right center. 2-0, tampa bay. he is all kinds of fired up. mike zunino, the hanging breaking ball, and that one will to the seats in left where no one is. 3-0. they're feeling it. harley morton cruising. strikes out carlos crea. diaz flies out to right, and that will do it. the rays win the pennant, 4-2.
they'll play in the world series for the second time in franchise history. dodgers need a win to force game seven against atlanta. corey seager staying hot. two homers in game five. here is his fifth homer of the series. make it 1-0. justin turner makes it back-to-back jacks, and the dodgers take a 2-0 lead. part of a three-run first inning. and we saw mookie betts make a great catch in game five. this is why they pay him all kinds of money. leaps and robs marcel of extra bases. so nice, we show it twice. look at the reaction. and kenley jansen gets pablo sandoval to fly out to left. dodgers win, 3-1 there will be another winner take all game seven in the national league. college football. you saw it right here on abc77. clemson number one in the nation against georgia tech. and trevor lawrence showing why he is a projected number one pick in the upcoming draft. 59-yard connection to jaylen camp. 14-7 tigers.
lawrence throws for 404 yards. clemson improves to 5-0 with a 73-7 win. number two alabama hosting number three georgia. nick saban cleared for the sidelines after his third straight covid-19 test. bennett connects with james cook, and he is going 82 yards to the house. that made it 14-7 georgia. the bulldogs led by 4 at the break. mack jones finds jaylen and he has gone 90 yards to the house. 27-24, 'bama. late third, naji harris, two yards out and in. roll tide. 'bama wins, 41-24. that's your look at sports. let's send it back to you. much more to come on abc7 news at 11:00. the fight for battleground states how. the president and former vice president are spending their last few weeks before the election. and 18,000 acres of land donated to the national park service. how this piece of history is protecting wildlife and the
building a better bay area for a safe and secure future. this is abc7 news. >> once again, good evening. i'm dion lim. in tonight's headlines now, a free speech rally at san francisco's united united nations plaza turned violent today. police say water bottles and other objects were hurled on stage as the organizer of the event was speaking. a man later punched the organizer, knocking out two teeth. due to the violence, police shut down the event just minutes after it started. the expiration date for san francisco's businesses shared spaces is approaching. the city program expires
december 31st and it's been a way for restaurants to expand outdoor dining while battling the economic impact of the pandemic. many business owners are now asking for the program to remain permanent. and a san mateo neighborhood is on high alert after three mountain lion sightings since yesterday. the latest sighting was in the 400 block of alameda de las pulgas at about 10:20 tonight. the earlier sightings were on the same street, just blocks away. well, with many americans already casting their ballots, president trump and former vice president joe biden are wasting no time on the campaign trail. this weekend, they are focusing on several key battleground states. abc7 news reporter carina mitchell is in new york with details. >> reporter: more than 22 million americans have already cast ballots this year, many standing in line for hours. >> being in the line like this, and all these people who are so excited to vote, wonderful. >> reporter: with just 17 days until election day, the race for the white house is playing out
across several battleground states president trump carried four years ago. the president with a stop in muskegon, michigan. >> this election will decide whether we preserveour magnificent heritage, or whether we allow far left radicals to wipe it all away. >> reporter: then heading to wisconsin, the state currently seeing 3,000 new cases of coronavirus every day. >> biden's plan will crush wisconsin. my plan will crush the virus. >> reporter: in pennsylvania, vice president mike pence making no mention of the rise in virus cases across the country, but promising a vaccine soon. >> i'm proud to report to you that in just a little while, we're going to have the first safe and effective coronavirus vaccine for the american people with tens of millions of doses in operation warp speed. >> joe biden not on the campaign trail saturday, spent friday in michigan with a drive-in rally
in detroit. >> can't forget that winning in november doesn't just mean defeating donald trump. it means winning back the united states senate and expanding our majority in the house of representatives. >> reporter: his running mate, senator kamala harris set to return to campaigning monday after suspending travel this week after an aide tested positive for covid-19. harris tested negative. a pew research poll showing biden leading nationally by more than 30 points with latinos. his campaign sitting down virtually with celebrity couple jennifer lopez and alex rodriguez. >>. [ speaking spanish ] >> the retired baseball star making an appeal to latino voters in florida. and former president barack obama set to hit the campaign trail next week, appearing on wednesday in philadelphia. carina mitchell, abc7 news, new york. >> a major exception to the focus on battleground states, president trump will be visiting
newport beach in california tomorrow. now while it may seem a little strange to visit a democratic state this close to the election, it could pay off with republican donors. he also could be coming to boost congressional campaigns in orange county which turned blue in 2016. the event will be held at the newport beach home of tech mogul palmer lucky, a long beach native who sold his virtual reality company to facebook. we told you earlier about the women's march here in san francisco today, and thousands more marched nationwide. in washington, protesters voice their opposition to the supreme court nomination of judge amy coney barrett. today's march on washington was the second of the year with the earlier one in january. >> we are sicker. we are poorer. we are scared. we don't see ourselves in the future that is to come. and women are here. we are fired up. we are fed up, and we are voting trump out of office. >> with the huge turnouts for early in-person voting,
organizers say hey hope to bring a final show of force before the november 3rd election. covid-19 cases are surging in rural communities across the midwest, and hospitals say they are struggling to keep up with the rise in patients. the united states topped 8 million cases that is according to johns hopkins worldwide tracker that is the most of any country. california's department of public health reports more than 864,000 cases with nearly 3,000 new cases confirmed yesterday. and university of alabama head football coach nick saban is coaching. the school said he tested negative three times. the 68-year-old saban said he had no symptoms of covid before he tested positive for the virus on wednesday. to the east bay, where a national park service is celebrating the purchase of land crucial to saving wildlife and the opening of an historic area to the public. west hills farm in martinez was recently bought by the john muir land trust thanks to a massive donation campaign.
it includes 18,000 acres of open space which protect the red-legged frog, american badger, and golden eagle. governor gavin newsom shared his thanks during a live website celebrating the farm's donation today. >> thank you to the national park service for being a model to other nations for all of your stewardship for your faith and devotion to the cause that unites each and every one of us today. and that's the generational cause, a sustainable not just situational mind-set. >> the land trust also celebrated the opening of almond ranch to the public for the very first time. today marks an anniversary of an event the bay area will never forget, the loma prieta earthquake. it's been 31 years since the 6.9 magnitude quake rocked the san andreas fault. it killed 63 people and injured more than 3700 others. the quake split part of the bay bridge and caused the cypress
freeway to collapse. it all happened during a live broadcast of the 1989 world series between the giants and the a's. so as we mark the loma prieta anniversary, scientists and emergency teams are working to prepare the bay area for the next big one, from hospital improvements to the impact of the covid crisis. we'll show you what's being done and how you can help protect your family. join us for the earthquake effect, staying safe, tomorrow night at 6:30 right here on abc7. still ahead on abc7 news at 11:00, movie theaters are getting creative to lure customers in during the pandemic. private screenings aren't just for the rich and famous anymore. and if you're looking for a break from the heat, it's heading our way. in fact, tomorrow significant cooling. i'll
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is a new way to rent a movie and it guarantees you will get the best seat in the house. amc is offering people the chance to rent out a theater, for get this, for as little as $99. for some movies the price could go up to $349. popcorn, that is extra. people are allowed to invite up to 20 people to the screening. the offer is available in most states, including some theaters here in the bay area. amc is joining other cinemas in the offering, which is intended to keep them afloat after record-breaking losses because of the pandemic. six flags discovery kingdom in vallejo believes it has the answer for safe halloween celebration for the entire family this year. the theme park opened its boo 2020 halloween event today. friendly ghouls and goblins with festive halloween costumes will entertain guests from a distance in the park's outdoor plazas in midways. animals will also be part of some displace. social distancing and masks are required.
six flags says the attraction meets or even exceeds cdc guidelines on safety. hold on to your shopping cart. there are some grocery aisle craziness coming to abc7. tomorrow is the premiere of "supermarket sweep", a new take on a classic game show. hosted by comedian leslie jones, where teams participate in fast-paced shopping challenges, aiming for a chance at the $100,000 in prize money. contestant kelsey sing is originally from cupertino. she says it combines cold calculation with pure chaos and requires lightning-quick reflexes. >> i think the craziest part about it is just running through the aisles. i think as an audience member, like i know for me, i was taught to be kind of frugal and to see what the cheapest items were. but you'll be surprised what items we can grab and how much we grab of it. it's insane. >> i cannot wait. now if she wins, kelly wants to
donate some of the men to her favorite animal rescue group. supermarket sweep premieres tomorrow at 8:00 p.m. right here on abc7. i don't know about you, frances, but that was always my dream to be on "supermarket sweep." i always loved getting those big inflatable animals in the aisles, bonus item. >> we can do it, just the two of us. >> i'm in. let's do it. >> clear skies all around the bay area. it was a gorgeous but very hot day. and air quality right now is good to moderate. but there is an advisory for tomorrow. it looks like some areas may be moderate. and we could see some hazy conditions, and possibly some smoke due to impacts from the wildfires. but it does improve into monday. overnight lows will be in the upper 50s to near 60 around the bay. so not bad. but i was hoping for cooler weather. that's heading our way. tomorrow, temperatures will be cooler, and that's because we have an onshore flow returning.
though it's weak, temperatures will be above average. some relief from the temperatures we've seen over the last few days. 70s along the beaches. 80s around the bay and low 90s inland. san francisco 75. oakland 81 degrees. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. so that onshore breeze with the cooling trend continues into monday. and then warming up again midweek with a possible red flag warning for some of the north bay areas in the east bay hills. we'll keep an eye on that. >> and get that beach time in
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now abc7 sports with chris alvarez. >> well, the 49ers are going to turn the season around, a win against the rams on sunday night wuld be a great place to start. san francisco swept the rams last season. jimmy garoppolo, he is 3-0 in his career against l.a. george kittle, he is healthy and key in the passing and running game. number 85 says there is always
room to improve. >> i think you can definitely get better. and i think, like i say, we have gotten better. ought it really is if you want to get better. that's what football. if you put your mind to it and your passion in it and your heart in it, you definitely come out better. i feel like i've gotten better this week. >> see one of the more complete tight ends that you'll see in terms of competing with the ball, without the ball. he is as good as anybody after the catch. and then all the things that he does in line. he is an igniter for them. >> during the pandemic, the warriors basketball academy got creative, holding virtual workouts over the summer. lift, the former practice facility in oakland has been transformed to allow for physically distanced and safe workouts. ♪ this is amazing. you're going give us a little sneak peek. what's coming up in a month? >> we're really excited.
with the pandemic, we haven't been able to have any of our campers or camp families in the building. this is our new base for all things basketball warriors academy. our first in-person program offerings is going to be shoot 360, and we'll be happy to take you through that today. >> i'm going to run through some drills and we'll see if i can make one basket. >> get it done. ♪ >> before i jumped in, i had to see how it was done from the pros at the warriors basketball academy. >> we have two people who play collegiate basketball, they're going have a blast competing against each other. you can put two 8-year-olds in there and they're going to have their heyday. a lot of fun. >> reporter: then it was my turn. i got the rock. pumped up, sanitized. >> cross over dribble. you're going to show -- >> like this? >> yeah. >> good. >> got that arm up.
>> i can tell you were a point guard. >> is bob myers watching this? there you go. bulls-eye. >> no, no! what did i do? oh, i won? >> you got 150. >> thought i hit the red. >> with 11 seconds to spare. >> yeah! all right. moving on to the next one. on to shoot 360 to learn about my jumper. >> why we like it so much it is presents the data back to the shooter in their workout in realtime. >> do a regular shot. >> oh, we're done! no. okay. air ball. ♪ >> first shot. you missed 13 in a row. >> all right, what do you see? so i'm short, right? >> your trouble is with the arc. you're missing low or front to
back missing. >> let's move a little closer. >> i thought maybe the top of the arc. >> okay. >> focus for the top of the arc. >> you can tell when they feel good. trying to add some movement. >> basically, shot info. >> yay! yay! time for a little post workout analysis. i made my first shot. i think that's the highlight of the whole session. >> you shooting in a shooting machine, it definitely affected your arc little bit. i think you were shooting a higher ball than you typically do, and that's reflected in the numbers. one thing i did notice, when you did make your shots, they were pure. it was nothing but net. you came in and got close to 150 you would see the number get up automatically just getting more comfortable with it. but easily knocking down to 30 shots the next time you come.
>> in all right. that doesn't sound terrible. >> when you come in here, you're actually getting the numbers. you're seeing the live shot. the arc, the depth, all these neat things that are going to help you make the small adjustments you need to be a better shooter. >> how much fun was that? the facility reopens november 5th. for more information, visit our website, abc7news.com. send it back to you. >> gets all of the fun assignments. well, that's it for tonight, everybody. everybody. i'm (garage door opening) it is my father's love... it is his passion- it is his fault he didn't lock the garage. don't even think about it! been there, done that. with liftmaster® powered by myq®, know what's happening in your garage- from anywhere.
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