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Mavericks fined $100K for bench decorum vs. Warriors

NEW YORK – The Dallas Mavericks organization has been fined $100,000 for continuing to violate league rules regarding team bench decorum, it was announced today by Byron Spruell, President, League Operations. The amount of Dallas’ fine also reflects prior infractions of team bench decorum rules in the 2022 NBA playoffs.
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San Francisco professional cyclist found slain in Austin

Authorities are searching for a woman accused of fatally shooting a cyclist in Austin last week.Kaitlin Marie Armstrong, 35, is suspected of killing Anna Wilson, 25. Wilson, a Vermont native who lived in San Francisco, was in Austin for a race when she was killed on May 11, according to a release from the U.S. Marshals Service, whose Lone Star Fugitive Task Force is assisting with the investigation. Police responding to a call at a residence in East Austin found Wilson bleeding and unconscious from multiple gunshot wounds. CPR was performed on Wilson, but she was pronounced dead at the scene,...
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Mystery surrounds body discovered in Oakland burning car

OAKLAND (CBS SF/BCN -- Detectives were trying to unravel how a man died after his body was discovered in a burning car on Friday night.Authorities said  firefighters responded at about 9 p.m. to the 2600 block of High Street to a call to douse a vehicle that had caught fire. After the fire was out, firefighters asked police to tow the vehicle. But when officers searched the vehicle, they discovered the man's body.Police have called the death "unexplained" and would await a coroner's results to determine if foul play was involved.The man's name was not available from the Alameda County coroner's bureau Sunday morning.  He had not been identified and his next of kin notified.
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NBA fines Mavericks for bad behavior against the Warriors

DALLAS — The NBA clamped down on the Mavericks Sunday, fining the team for bad bench behavior in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals against the Warriors Friday night. It’s gonna cost Dallas owner Mark Cuban $100,000. Lucky for him, he carries that much around in his wallet.
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Half Moon Bay reaches record low temperature

HALF MOON BAY, Calif. (KRON) — Half Moon Bay recorded its lowest temperature on this day since 1993, the National Weather Service Bay Area said in a tweet. The city was a low 38 F on Saturday. The previous record was held at 39 F nearly 30 years ago on May 22. Half Moon Bay […]
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Giants Fan Throws Beer Bottle At Padres Outfielder

SAN FRANCISCO—Fans at a San Francisco Giants game threw a beer bottle and at least one baseball towards San Diego Padres outfielder, Jurickson Profar, on Friday, May 20. During the bottom of the third inning Profar got into an exchange with fans. According to reports, he acted as if he was going to throw a ball into the stands and ended up throwing the ball onto the seats near the third base line. During that time someone threw a ball back onto the playing field. Fans booed during this period.
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Warriors playoffs: Mavs fined $100,000 for bench violations as fans get ready for game 3

SAN FRANCISCO - The NBA fined the Dallas Mavericks just hours before Game 3 against the Golden State Warriors because of bench violations. The team has been fined three times, with the latest at $100,000 after Game 2 of the Western Conference finals Friday. NBA officials said players and coaches stood for extended periods, strayed too far from the bench and encroached on the court during game action.
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Warriors' trust in Moody might have earned rookie a bigger role

DALLAS -- Warriors coach Steve Kerr wasn't the first voice to let rookie Moses Moody know he would be starting the fourth quarter with Golden State down by two points to the Dallas Mavericks on Friday night in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals. That honor belonged to Draymond...
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Dramatic CHP Daly City cliff rescue captured on video

DALY CITY (CBS SF) -- Despite challenging winds, a California Highway Patrol helicopter crew safely plucked a man clinging to a Daly City cliff 500 feet above the Pacific Ocean -- a rescue recorded on video.The CHP said they got a call from Daly City firefighters around  5:10 p.m. Thursday, asking for helicopter assistance at Mussel Rock along a cliff face high above the ocean. A local fisherman had called 911, reporting a male victim clinging to a vertical cliff wall, approximately half way down a 500-foot cliff. Due to his location, ground rescuers were unable to locate him.When the CHP helicopter arrived overhead, the crew located the victim. Due to his location, it was determined that a helicopter rescue would be the safest and most efficient way to remove the man from the cliff face.The pilot maneuvered chopper and an officer/paramedic was dropped down to the man. He was placed into a rescue harness and both he and the officer were short-hauled to a nearby landing zone.The man's condition was not released and an explanation about how he got stranded given.
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Warriors vs. Mavericks: Game 3 prediction, pick, TV channel, live stream, how to watch NBA playoffs online

If you watched the first 24 minutes of Game 2 between the Golden State Warriors and Dallas Mavericks on Friday night but turned the game off at halftime, you'd probably be pretty surprised to learn that the Warriors ended up winning by nine points. The Mavericks led the game, 72-58, at halftime, and they appeared to be in control of the contest. However, the game did a complete 180 in the second half. Golden State outscored Dallas by 12 in the third quarter, and then they outpaced the Mavs by 11 in the final frame to secure the victory.
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Warriors need bounce-back game from Draymond on the road

After spending Friday night in outer space, circling his feelings while his teammates were rallying to win Game 2 of the Western Conference finals, Draymond Green is scheduled to return from orbit Sunday evening. Scheduled to, as in expected to. As in making his reentry to planet earth in time...
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