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>> abc 7 sports sponsored by river rock casino. >> warriors continuing their winning way. steph curry did not go for 50. subplot was andrew wiggins going off against the team who discarded him, the timberwolves. jason richardson known for throwing it down on people's heads. warriors channeling their energy award. gp two with the warriors up 10. andrew wiggins puts carl anthony towns on a poster with authority.
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wiggins started the game 10-10. the venture loving this. a 20 point lead started to slip away. deangelo russell, anthony edwards. a four-point game. fourth quarter. jordan poole struggled shooting. curry enjoying this from the bench. it is good. keeping the timberwolves in it. he hit 48 points. a career-high. less then three minutes to go. step backsplash. wiggins with the exclamation. the monster putback slam. look how high he is. six in aero for the warriors. 123-110 the final. the latest on the battle between cal and the berkeley health department. after 44 bears tested positive for go it, -- covid, they said they did not get tested, or wear masks.
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coach wilcox said the team has been monitored all season. >> we have health professionals housed in our building at our practices, on our planes. in the weight room, in the training room. there are people here to help us with all of that on a daily basis. >> desean jackson to the raiders might be a perfect match. after being released, he signed with the silver and black. the tragic henry ruggs accident left them looking for a speedy receiver. at age 34, he can fly. >> my first nfl game was a raider game at the coliseum. chiefs were playing the raiders. i was on the sideline. i was seven or eight years old. >> derek carr said all of them wanted to go out to practice and watch him run. jackson still has the speed.
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outside of a skyscraper, remind me why we did this again? >> i don't know, but we gave you a little tease of it yesterday, our 1200-feet trip up. will ganss is here with the rest of the story. >> that's right. so the cliff is the very beginning of the city climb adventure, and that's 1,190 feet above new york. then you have to go up after that, along a staircase on the outside of a skyscraper. this morning we're going all the way up, and you're coming with us. it's the highest open air building ascent in the world. city climb, located above the edge at hudson yards. the opportunity of a lifetime for thrill seekers. and anybody else. every climber is fitted with jump suits and harnesses. clipped in on the front and the back. >> just got real. >> safety checked by four separate climb guides.
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zip ties around each carabiner as the final safety measure. each climb team walking into the open air tethered only to the building. >> we love the clicks, baby, we love the clicks. >> ah [ bleep ], ah, man. >> first view facing east above the vessel, above new jersey and then making that turn, walking up 161 heart-stopping steps. >> you good? >> just a heads up, we might have an evacuation. come on, andrew, you got this. >> you're stronger than you believe. stronger than you believe. >> yes! yes!
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you go >> finally, making it to the apex, climbers take in the view. >> fromle the top the world baby! >> four states, pennsylvania that way, new jersey that way, connecticut that way and of course new york city all around us. this is a once in a lifetime experience. i can't believe i'm experiencing it with mona. andrew on the other side of the fence. >> a once in a lifetime view, and a perspective of cinematic proportions. >> i'm on top of the world!
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♪ >> and the team at city climb on hand at every moment to lift you up. >> a quick thank you to the incredible guide team here who made us part of the family. you made us feel safe. thanks so much. >> thanks, guys, appreciate it. >> we were singing up there. we were singing up there. >> leo dicaprio and did rose from the "titanic." >> i made it to the top. i just couldn't do the lean. i couldn't do it, so i went into the safety fence. it was over for me. i'm just glad to be on solid
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ground. >> honestly, shout out to the instructors. they really talked andrew through this and brought out the courage that's already in him. they were sweet, they were patient, they were kind. >> anissa, who you see jumping around with us described this as her third child. they've been working on this for two years, and finally we were there for opening day. i do want to say, city climb officially opened to the public seven days a week, tickets are 185 bucks. i think well worth it. that includes the city climb experience, entry to the edge, which we hung out on afterwards. >> you guys are so brave. >> we also are medal recipients. >> i have one at home even though i didn't lean. i don't deserve one. >> no, you do deserve it. >> when we got out there, i gave up. i said i can't do this. like once they open the door and there's a ledge and no railing, no window, i'm out. >> chris is the real mvp of this thing. he was filming us so he had to walk backwards.
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all those stairs, he walked backwards. and his cord is a little longer than all of ours. so when he is leaning back to shoot this, he is leaning back further than we were. i don't know how he managed to do this and still got all the shots.
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see if a reverse mortgage is right for you. call now, the number is on your screen. time now for "the mix," starting with taxis taking to the skies. what is with everything going up today? >> it's a trend. hyundai has announced plans for its new spinoff company to develop autonomous self-flying electric taxis. they hope to launch them into the skies by 2028. we are behind schedule as the world for flying cars. back to the future promised us. >> i'll stay right here on the ground. next to one restaurant's solution to the labor shortage that does not require paychecks. >> meet the paisley pig gastropub's rosy the robot.
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he's busing tables helping to lessen the workload on the existing bus boys. >> each of the busboys wears a watch that can summon rosie. as soon as she's full, she zips right back into the kitchen. >> that was my question. the restaurant owner says rosie has been quite a hit with the customers. i guess she doesn't accept ips though. >> i guess not. speaking of the labor shortage, there's apparently a nationwide shortage of santas. >> we're talking about santa's helpers, because of course the real santa is busy at the north pole. >> yeah, the founder of hiresanta.com, says despite surging demand for santas, the potential pool of men willing to play the part has plummeted. >> the men are usually older and higher risk for covid. new vaccination and testing requirements are also having an impact. >> but good news for the smaller pool of willing candidates, pay
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is 25% higher to an average of 50 bucks an hour. i knew a santa, and some of them take this so seriously. this is like a year-long gig for them. they get the beard, make sure to maintain the weight. so hopefully we won't have that shortage anymore. and finally to a 105-year-old woman setting a wrld record for running. >> julia hawkins, better known as "the hurricane," ran 100 meters with a time of one minute and three seconds at the louisiana senior games. >> she is blowing us all away. that set a new world record with hawkins becoming the first female track and field athlete and first american to set a track and field world record. she even established a new age category, 105 and older. >> hawkins had hoped to run the race in under a minute. when asked if she wanted to run the 100-meter race again, she said yes. 105 years old. i'm just trying to make it to monday. >> she's probably running faster than you, not going to lie.
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