Janie Mccauley, Ap Sports Writer Updated 1:42 pm PDT, Monday, July 1, 2019 OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — All-Star guard Klay Thompson says on social media he is staying put with the Golden State Warriors, using a clip of Leonardo DiCaprio in the movie "The Wolf of Wall Street" with the line "I'm not leavin!'" Thompson posted on his Instagram account Monday. He is expected to sign a five-year max contract for $190 million when the NBA free agent moratorium period ends, remaining with Golden State just as he had hoped all along. Last year, he made it clear again: "I've said it many times before: I would like to be a Warrior for life." Thompson had been scheduled for surgery this past week for a torn ACL in his left knee after he was injured during a Game 6 loss to the Toronto Raptors in the NBA Finals. Neither the Warriors nor Thompson's agent have confirmed whether he has had the surgery. Along with Stephen Curry, Thompson is part of one of the most dangerous … [Read more...] about Thompson says on social media he is staying with Warriors
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ROB GRONKOWSKI'S model girlfriend has brought one of Hollywood's raunchiest scenes back to life - in EVERY detail. Camille Kostek, the NFL legend's long-time partner, channelled Margot Robbie's provocative "no touching" outburst from Wolf of Wall Street as she sat open-legged on the floor in a pink, off-the-shoulder mini-dress. The 27-year-old showed off her impressive acting and improvisation skills by posting the video from a photoshoot for her 583,000 Instagram followers. In the risqué exchange from the 2013 movie, Robbie's character Naomi Lapaglia taunts and teases her stockbroker husband Jordan Belfort, played by Leonardo DiCaprio. And in the recreation for a Sports Illustrated photo session, Kostek was up for the challenge when asked to "say something funny". She responded with a mesmerising impersonation of Robbie's role and Brooklyn accent, raising the palm of her hand to say: "Mummy doesn't want to hear it. "And from now on there's going to be nothing but short, SHORT … [Read more...] about Stunning girlfriend of NFL legend Gronkowski channels Margot Robbie from Wolf of Wall Street in risqué photoshoot
Sonia Rao, The Washington Post Published 8:57 am PDT, Tuesday, April 2, 2019 This image shows Matthew McConaughey in a scene from "The Beach Bum." (Atsushi Nishijima/Neon via AP) This image shows Matthew McConaughey in a scene from "The Beach Bum." (Atsushi Nishijima/Neon via AP) Photo: Atsushi Nishijima Photo: Atsushi Nishijima Image 1 of / 77 Caption Close Image 1 of 77 This image shows Matthew McConaughey in a scene from "The Beach Bum." (Atsushi Nishijima/Neon via AP) This image shows Matthew McConaughey in a scene from "The Beach Bum." (Atsushi Nishijima/Neon via AP) Photo: Atsushi Nishijima What's going on with Matthew McConaughey? 1 / 77 Back to Gallery "The Beach Bum" … [Read more...] about What’s going on with Matthew McConaughey?
PUBLISHED: 18:00 30 March 2019 Gareth Newnham Last Podcast On The Left head to Bristol as part of their first tour of the UK in four years Picture: Last Podcast OnTthe Left Last Podcast OnTthe Left New York-based comedy podcast and live show Last Podcast on the Left are stopping off in Bristol as part of their Back in the Habit World Tour. Last Podcast on the Left barrels headlong into all things horror over their ongoing 350-episode run.Together, hosts Ben Kissel (Roundtable of Gentlemen), Henry Zebrowski (Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell, Wolf of Wall Street), Marcus Parks (Cave Comedy Radio Hosts and Abe Lincoln’s Top Hat) cover an array of rather dark subjects, ranging from death cults, serial killers, and werewolves to massacres, famous hauntings and the history of war crimes, among other things.No topic is taboo as the trio dare to stare into the abyss and mock the darker side of the human condition.Last Podcast on the Left is to perform … [Read more...] about Comedy-horror podcast Last Podcast On The Left heads to Bristol church
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jonathan Saltzman and Maria Cramer Globe Staff January 28, 2019 The federal government, which has been accused of failing to hold drug companies to account for the nation’s deadly opioid epidemic, hopes to dispel that impression Monday when the first criminal trial of pharmaceutical executives who marketed a painkiller begins.John N. Kapoor, a onetime billionaire andfounder of Arizona-based Insys Therapeutics, is scheduled to go on trial in US District Court in Boston along with four former company executives on charges that they acted more like mobsters than pharmaceutical executives when they sold a brand of fentanyl, a powerful and addictive opioid.In a trial expected to last up to three months, federal prosecutors will try to convince a jury that the five defendants paid bribes and kickbacks to physicians in a nationwide racketeering conspiracy. The … [Read more...] about Opioid company executives set to go on trial in Boston Monday