Transcript for The luckiest basketball bounce in the bubble
We're going to turn now to ABC's Kyra Phillips who's in Washington with the latest headlines for us. Good afternoon, Kyra. Great to see you, Amy. We begin with Joe Biden's choice of a running mate after months of speculation. Reaction around the country still coming in to the naming of the first woman of color in history on a major political ticket. Vice president Biden and his former rival California senator kamala Harris delivering remarks together in Wilmington, Delaware, today. Our colleagues at fivethirtyeight launching its 2020 presidential election forecast today. It uses polls and other data to project president trump's and Joe Biden's chances of winning in November. As we edge closer to election day, check it out. Fivethirtyeight.com. And it was one of the most closely watched and expensive primaries in the state. After a hard-fought congressional primary contest in Minnesota in the 5th district, representative ilhan OMAR victorious in that battle. And to one of the luckiest bounces in the history of basketball. Take a look at this -- Damian Lillard of the Portland trail blazers, first clinking the rim, sinking that wild bomb from 33 feet away, he scored an incredible 61 points in that win over the Dallas mavericks and, Amy, apparently that amazing shot, just one of eight three-pointers in that game, 16 points in the fourth quarter for him and a teammate saying after the game we weren't meant to lose. I was going to say -- and the crowd went wild -- except maybe they did virtually. Exactly, in front of their television sets. Exactly. Thank you very much.
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