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Game 51 - Reaction

Final Score: Clippers 116, Knicks 108

Record: 26-25 (2nd in Atlantic, 6th in EC)
Current Streak: Loss 1
On Pace: 42-40

Randy effin Foye.

You have got to be kidding me.

I was pumped to watch this game in person tonight, just to see what Blake Griffin was like live. What I got treated to instead was Randy Foye shooting his rocks off all over the Knicks.


There was absolutely no energy from the Knicks tonight. You would think that we were the team playing the back end of a back-to-back series.

I can’t recall one Knick that actually had an impact on the game, wait…. Toney Douglas was actually working his butt off this game, but that’s about it.

The Garden crowd was aching for a win tonight, but the Knicks just didn’t show up.

It’s games like this that make me think that Coach D is not the right coach for us. I can’t stand teams that don’t give an effort on defense.

KNOTEWORTHY KNICK OF THE GAME: Toney Douglas. Just because he was the only Knick that cared about playing defense tonight - 12 pts, 4 rbs, 1 stl
Hollywood legend leaves staff starstruck
Hollywood move legend Sir Anthony Hopkins enjoyed keeping it real at Rydges Port Macquarie during a Mid North Coast visit.
By Australian Community Media - Fairfax Media

Hollywood icon and Academy Award winner Sir Anthony Hopkins took some time out to meet with Rydges Port Macquarie staff during a recent stop over.

Rydges’ area director of sales and marketing Kate Wood-Foye was a little star-struck when she posted photos of the movie legend meeting and greeting staff on Tuesday.

“It’s been a pretty fabulous week at Rydges with some big announcements and special visitors. None more special than Oscar Winner Sir Anthony Hopkins - a total gentlemen who was genuine and friendly and took time to speak with all our team,” Kate said.

Sir Anthony slipped into Port Macquarie incognito for an overnight stay while he is in the country to film Thor with Cate Blanchett and Chris Hemsworth.

“He was travelling with his gorgeous wife Stella and dined with us at Zebu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

“He was a true gentleman and lots of fun stopping to have photos with our so many of our team and lucky guests.

“Parissa and Ashleigh looked after him during service with Sir Anthony complimenting our chef on departure for our Zebu Crispy Skin salmon. He was lots of fun - insisting we call him Tony.

“What an honour to have him with us and to experience Port Macquarie hospitality - a personal favourite and certainly an experience I will never forget.”

The Welsh born actor is best known for his portrayal of Hannibal Lector in Silence of Lambs.

Odin’s in Oz 😊