‘Blue Bloods’ Pays Tribute To EP Leonard Goldberg With End-Of-Show Card
Blue Bloods executive producer Leonard Goldberg was saluted tonight with an end card tribute at the conclusion of the show. © Courtesy of Mara BuxbaumThe card came up following the cast’s traditional dinner table scene, with this particular version sporting a “Merry Christmas” theme all around. The happy moment then faded to black and the Goldberg end card: “In loving memory of our founder and mentor Leonard Goldberg.” It was followed by the episode’s end credits, the first of which was for Goldberg as the series’ executive producer.Goldberg was a main driver behind Blue Bloods.
Just a few months after leading the Toronto Raptors to the franchise's first NBA championship, Kawhi Leonard will return to Scotiabank Arena on Wednesday night alongside Paul George and the Clippers.
Leonard will receive his championship ring from the Raptors prior to the game, and on Tuesday night, the Raptors released an excellent tribute video to celebrate the return of the "fun guy." The Clippers-Raptors game will be televised nationally on ESPN, and will start at 7:00 p.m. ET.
Fun Guy in town.
- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors)
Leonard also thanked the city of Toronto upon his return with a massive New Balance billboard.
Opinion: Raptors fans should embrace Kawhi Leonard upon his return to Toronto
Clippers star Kawhi Leonard deserves nothing but cheers from Raptors fans as he returns for the first time since helping Toronto win the NBA title.
Kawhi & New Balance have a simple message to Toronto on the eve of his return.
- Nick DePaula (@NickDePaula)
Kawhi denies knowledge of uncle's reported free-agency demands .
Kawhi Leonard denied awareness of any improper requests made by his uncle, Dennis Robertson, toward the Los Angeles Lakers during free agency this past offseason. "I have no knowledge of it. People make up stories every day," Leonard told reporters Tuesday. The Athletic reported Monday that Robertson asked Lakers owner Jeanie Buss for an ownership stake in the franchise, access to a private plane, a house, and a guaranteed amount of off-court endorsement money in order for Leonard to join the team in free agency. All of those items fall outside the confines of the league's collective bargaining agreement.