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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Thanks to a college football players small gesture of kindness, it could be a long time before a mother will have to worry again about her autistic son eating lunch alone.Tears streamed down the face of Leah Paske when she saw the photo of Florida State University wide receiver Travis Rudolph sharing a cafeteria table with her sixth-grader. Then she shared her gratitude on Facebook, and the story took off.By Wednesday, Bo Paske had no shortage of lunch companions.Everyone was super welcoming him. He was at a table full of girls, which I thought was funny, Leah Paske said. The feedback has been good.Rudolph was among several FSU players visiting Montford Middle School in Tallahassee on Tuesday when he saw Bo sitting alone in the cafeteria. He grabbed a slice of pizza and asked if he could join him.The child said, Sure, why not, Rudolph recalled after practice that day.We just had a great conversation. He started off, telling me his name was Bo, telling me how much he loves Florida State. We went from there, said the West Palm Beach, Florida, native, now beginning his junior season.It was real easy ... youd never think anything was wrong with him. He had a nice smile on his face. Just a really warm person.Bos mother had shared her anxieties in the Facebook post. Middle school can be tough. Would other kids be welcoming, or mean?Sometimes Im grateful for his autism. That may sound like a terrible thing to say, but in some ways I think, I hope, it shields him, she wrote.He doesnt seem to notice when people stare at him when he flaps his hands. He doesnt seem to notice that he doesnt get invited to birthday parties anymore. And he doesnt seem to mind if he eats lunch alone. Its one of my daily questions for him. Was there a time today you felt sad? Who did you eat lunch with today? Sometimes the answer is a classmate, but most days its nobody.The photo was taken by Mike Halligan, the middle schools resource officer and a friend of the family. Halligan said he texted it to Paske to ease her concerns about how her son was acclimating to a new school.I knew it was important for Leah to be comfortable and know that her son is doing OK and is not afraid, Halligan said.Paske said their encounter has given autism awareness a huge boost.The picture speaks way more than a thousand words. You can see how far away the rest of the students are, but you can see how engaged Travis is with Bo. Hes looking at him while hes eating, she said. Its so telling. I cant get over how such a small moment can have a huge impact.FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said hes proud of his player.You can make someones day by being yourself and understanding the impact you have as an athlete, he said.Rudolph said his phone hasnt stopped ringing.I just wanted to go say hi to the kid, because I saw him eating alone. I didnt even know anybody took a photo of it, Rudolph explained in an email. Im glad it can bring awareness to helping others.Bo, too, is excited -- about Rudolph signing his lunch box, as well as all the attention.Its been awesome. Everyone was so proud of me, he said.Paske said they have been invited to dinner with the team and possibly a game. 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Curry scored 22 points to go with six rebounds and four assists on a bum ankle, rallying the Golden State Warriors past the San Antonio Spurs 97-87 in overtime Sunday to even the Western Conference semifinal at two games apiece. "It seems like every time you get on a roll and feel somewhat healthy theres a setback," said Curry, who shot 7 of 15 from the floor, including 5 of 10 from 3-point range. "And it just tests you. It changes your routine. It changes your outlook on the game, your preparation. Youve got to deal with the injury and the adjustments your making as a team." Game 5 is Tuesday in San Antonio. Curry and the Warriors overcame the obstacles with contributions from all over. Rookie Harrison Barnes had a career-high 26 points and 10 rebounds, Jarrett Jack added 24 points in reserve and Andrew Bogut grabbed 18 rebounds to help Golden State erase an eight-point deficit in the final five minutes of regulation. The Warriors scored the first nine points of overtime to whip the yellow-shirt wearing crowd of 19,596 into a frenzy and give this topsy-turvy series yet another twist. Even Warriors coach Mark Jackson doubted whether Curry could play, especially after his star point guard took an anti-inflammatory injection in the morning to ease the soreness in his sprained ankle and still had trouble getting loose. Jackson cornered Curry outside the chapel service at the arena to see how he felt. "He said, Im going to give you what I got, coach, Thats not the language he speaks. I knew right away that he was not 100 per cent," said Jackson, who conferred with general manager Bob Myers in his office before letting Curry play. "Once again, its that same spirit flowing through that locker room that refuses to quit." Even for all of the theatre Curry provided, the Spurs seized control of a sloppy slugfest at the start until going cold shooting when it mattered most. Tony Parker, wearing a black sleeve around his bruised left calf, poured in 17 points on 6-of-17 shooting but never broke free the way he did in scoring 32 points the previous contest, saying the injury limited his ability to elevate. Manu Ginobili had 21 points and Tim Duncan added 19 points and 15 rebounds as the Spurs ran out of steam in the end. "We put ourselves in a position to win the game and its frustrating because we feel like we gave it away," Duncan said. Golden State outshot San Antonio 38 to 35.5 to per cent. The Warriors also outrebounded the Spurs 65-51. "They did a good job in overtime. Just as simple as that," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. Ginobili hit a mid-range jumper and a 3-pointer,, and Kawhi Leonard put back a rebound for an easy layup to put the Spurs ahead 80-72 with 4:49 remaining in the fourth quarter.dddddddddddd With the series slipping away from the Warriors, their home sellout crowd sat down and fell silent for one of the few times in the fourth quarter all post-season. Jack hit three jumpers and Klay Thompson added another to pull the Warriors even with less than a minute to play in regulation. After Parker provided a jumper to put the Spurs ahead 84-82, Thompson dribbled to his right and banked in the tying shot over Leonard with 30 seconds left. Both teams missed shots to win in regulation, and the Warriors turned the extra session into a runaway. Curry capped the overtime spurt with a floating layup, drawing a foul on Duncan to begin a three-point play that gave Golden State a 93-84 lead. San Antonio missed its first nine shots -- and two free throws by Danny Green -- to start overtime until Greens corner 3 with 1:29 remaining. By then, it was too late -- Curry had taken control again. "Hes a player that you may see him playing one leg, one arm, and you got to guard him," Ginobili said. "So you got to respect him. He can really go off at any time." The upstart Warriors are once again on the brink of something big. The franchise hadnt won two games beyond the first round since 1977, when it pulled even with the Lakers in the conference semifinals through four games before losing in seven. This time, all the odds seemed against them again. The tight turnaround from Friday nights game to the early afternoon start Sunday surely didnt help Currys cause. Curry clearly favoured his left ankle and never showed any burst off the dribble, often getting face-guarded by Spurs defenders and taken out of the offence. Some of his teammates even wondered whether hed respond. "Watching him warm up, I said, Man, theres no way this kid is playing," Jack said. "Then watching him run around on one leg, he looked like Isiah Thomas against the Lakers in the finals, man. The performance he put on down the stretch, making plays, making shots, defensively, I sat back and was honestly in awe." With Curry quieted on the perimeter early and Bogut benched in foul trouble most of the first half, the Warriors missed 13 straight shots and went scoreles



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