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Odds & Ends: Bobby Cannavale Will Bring Mick Jagger Satisfaction & More

first_imgHere’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Kinky Boots’ Shakeup! Kinky Boots is switching up its schedule for the next fortnight. Univision has bought up the production’s venue, the Al Hirschfeld, for TV “upfronts” May 8 through May 13, so the Tony-winning musical has added some special shows to compensate for the eight it won’t be performing. Performances are set for: Monday, 5/5 at 8 PM; Tuesday, 5/6 at 7 PM; Wednesday, May 7 at 2 PM & 8 PM; Wednesday, 5/14 at 2 & 8 PM; Thursday, 5/15 at 7 PM; Friday, 5/16 at 8 PM, Saturday, 5/17 at 2 & 8 PM, Sunday, 5/18 at 2 & 7:30 PM. Back to normal after that! Star Files West End’s Good People Sets Closing Date Good People, starring Imelda Staunton and Lloyd Owen, has set its final performance date for June 14. The show has been running at the Noёl Coward Theatre since April 10. The production had always planned a ten-week limited engagement in the West End, but had not confirmed its precise schedule. Broadway Vet Hal Linden to Make his Cafe Carlyle Debut Hal Linden will make his Cafe Carlyle debut in Hal Linden Live in Concert, May 20 through May 24. The Tony winner will perform a selection of Broadway hits, Big Band favorites and jazz numbers, as well as talk about some of his most memorable theatrical moments. Bobby Cannavale Will Bring Mick Jagger Satisfaction Broadway favorite and Annie movie star Bobby Cannavale will appear in a Rock ‘n’ Roll drama pilot for HBO. It may not yet have a title, but Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese are among the Executive Producers, so we’ve got a feeling we’ll be watching it back to back with Game of Thrones sometime soon! According to Deadline, Cannavale will play Richie Finestra, a 1970s record executive who is attempting to resurrect his label and discover the next new sound. View Comments Kevin Spacey’s ‘Monster’ Kevin Spacey stopped by The Today Show on May 2 to discuss his upcoming documentary NOW: In the Wings on a World Stage. The film follows what happened behind-the-scenes when the Tony winner took Shakespeare’s classic Richard III on a world tour. Check out below, as Spacey explains why the bard’s naivete at the time of writing the play, makes it a “monster to do.” Bobby Cannavalelast_img read more


Harry Kane at the double as Tottenham brush aside West Ham

first_img With West Ham unquestionably beaten, Walker’s goal, from inside the area in the 83rd minute, resembled one more likely to be seen in training. Casually exchanging a one-two with Son that began outside the penalty box, the full-back masterfully bent the ball with the outside of his right foot into the bottom corner. Equally casually, he then gave Lanzini possession four minutes later in defence, allowing the midfielder to run into the area and beat Hugo Lloris by finishing high inside the near left post. Conceding will understandably have frustrated Pochettino, but while much has been said about his team’s promise so far this season, on this evidence there remains more to come. TWEET OF THE MATCH Gary Lineker ‏@GaryLineker This is the most promising Spurs outfit for many a year. Pochettino has got them bang on! https://twitter.com/GaryLineker/status/668481510622797824 PLAYER RATINGS Tottenham Hugo Lloris: 6 (out of 10) Kyle Walker: 7 Toby Alderweireld: 8 Jan Vertonghen: 7 Danny Rose: 7 Eric Dier: 7 Dele Alli: 6 Mousa Dembele: 8 Christian Eriksen: 7 Son Heung-min: 7 Harry Kane: 8 Subs Ryan Mason (for Alli, 71): 6 Josh Onomah (for Son, 86): 5 Tom Carroll (for Kane, 91) 5 West Ham Adrian: 7 Carl Jenkinson: 4 Winston Reid: 5 James Tomkins: 4 Aaron Cresswell: 4 Mark Noble: 5 Cheikhou Kouyate: 6 Diafra Sakho: 5 Manuel Lanzini: 7 Victor Moses: 6 Andy Carroll: 6 Subs Nikica Jelavic(for Moses, 63): 5 Mauro Zarate (for Carroll, 63): 6 Alex Song (for Noble, 80): 5 STAR PLAYER Harry Kane: His double means it is now eight goals in five games for the Tottenham striker, who could have had a hat-trick had he slotted a one-on-one in the first half. Undeterred, Kane managed another rousing display and looks firmly back to his best. MOMENT OF THE MATCH La Marseillaise played out around White Hart Lane before kick-off in tribute to the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks and there was a moving show of support from the Spurs fans towards their goalkeeper and France captain Hugo Lloris. Lloris received a standing ovation from the home fans behind the goal and at full-time,expressed his gratitude by clapping all sides of the ground. VIEW FROM THE BENCH Mauricio Pochettino will be delighted with another confident display from his side and he was even afforded the luxury of resting Alli, Kane and Son in the second half, with a six-hour trip to Qarabag to come in the Europa League on Thursday. Slaven Bilic’s men looked a pale shadow of the disciplined team that beat Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City earlier this season. MOAN OF THE MATCH Dele Alli has enjoyed a brilliant start to the season but the 19-year-old was less influential playing further forward behind Kane. With Tottenham 3-0 up, he picked up a needless booking for an altercation with Mark Noble and will now miss Tottenham’s game against Chelsea next Sunday. WHO’S UP NEXT Qarabag v Tottenham (Europa League, Thursday, 26 November) West Ham v West Brom (Premier League, Sunday, 29 November) Man of the match Kane said on Sky Sports: “I enjoy the atmosphere of these games, especially when we’re at home. The crowd were incredible, they got right behind us, and we put in a good performance.” Tottenham have lost just once in this Premier League campaign, but Eric Dier tempered expectations. “We’re going game by game, we’re not going to get excited,” he said. “We’re going to keep doing what we’ve been doing since the beginning of the season. If you ask any Spurs player, that’s what they’d tell you. We’ll keep on trying to perform as we’ve been doing, work hard, and we know that if we perform like we did today then we’re going to get wins and push right at the top, so we just need to do that.” Pochettino, the Spurs boss, saluted his team’s display. “It was a high level of performance. It was fantastic, I’m very proud of the players,” he said. “The way we played today, we showed how we can play, and we need to perform like that all season. “I never had a doubt about Harry Kane. It’s difficult sometimes to score in every game but Harry is top. We have a very good squad, I’m very happy in the way we work every day.” They consistently outplayed their visitors as two goals from Harry Kane and one each from Toby Alderweireld and Kyle Walker took them within two points of joint-third-placed Arsenal and Manchester City and three ahead of sixth-placed West Ham, whose goal came from Manuel Lanzini. Son Hueng-min returned to Tottenham’s starting XI in the absence of the suspended Erik Lamela, while West Ham, for the coming three months without the injured and important Dmitri Payet, started with Andy Carroll, Victor Moses and Diafra Sakho. Following his outstanding recent goal for England against France, much of the early attention inevitably centred on Dele Alli and the midfielder – curiously switching with Mousa Dembele from his usually-deeper position to No 10 – was central to Spurs’ opening goal. Receiving possession from Son in the 23rd minute, Alli found room to shoot from inside the area but watched as Winston Reid deflected the ball to Kane, who in one motion classily turned Carl Jenkinson before shooting with his left foot beyond goalkeeper Adrian into the roof of the net. It could easily have already been more. With West Ham defending from a deep position amid Spurs’ intensity, Christian Eriksen had previously tested Adrian with a powerful strike from midfield and the visitors’ Cheikhou Kouyate, albeit from an offside position that went unnoticed, had hit the crossbar with a bicycle kick. The momentum theirs, Spurs continued to threaten and within 10 minutes had doubled their lead. From a corner on the left, Eriksen delivered a typically-accurate, inswinging cross which Alderweireld read to routinely head in from close range. Kane soon should have scored a third when one-on-one with Adrian after Alli’s through-ball, but despite time and space the forward showed an uncharacteristic lack of composure to shoot with his weaker left foot and miss the target by considerable distance. Had he done so, it would have been difficult to see any way West Ham could have recovered from such a half-time deficit. It said much about the inaccuracy of suggestions that they can compete with Spurs for a place in the top four when they were so visibly an inferior team. The only chance they had came in scoring the second half’s first goal, and ideally soon after the restart, but Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs are a more ruthless team than has been seen under his predecessors, and they instead swiftly sealed victory. Maintaining their aggressive, high-paced football, they immediately attacked and then took advantage when James Tomkins thoughtlessly conceded possession with a misplaced pass to Eriksen. With West Ham’s defence out of position, the midfielder played in Kane, and he atoned for his earlier error by shooting past the exposed Adrian into the bottom left corner to score his eighth goal in his past five Spurs games. Tottenham demonstrated their Champions League credentials with a convincing 4-1 Premier League home defeat of West Ham that exposed their London rivals as pretenders at that level. 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Kawhi Leonard free agency rumors: Knicks expected to ‘push hard’ to sign star

first_img NBA trade rumors: Lakers, Knicks among teams expected to pursue Marcus Morris There will be plenty of teams interested in Kawhi Leonard this summer.The Knicks are “expected to push hard for Leonard when free agency begins on June 30 at 6 p.m.,” according to a report from Newsday, which cites an unidentified source with knowledge of the team’s plan. Kyrie Irving free agency rumors: Nets clear cap space, are ‘serious contender’ to sign star 🖐️ @kawhileonard’s (30 PTS, 7 REB, 6 AST) 13th 30+ point game this postseason guides the @Raptors to victory in Game 3! #WeTheNorth #NBAFinalsGame 4: Friday (6/7), 9pm/et, ABC & TSN pic.twitter.com/ex6sN91l1H— NBA (@NBA) June 6, 2019“I just want to play and just let people remember that I played hard at both ends of the floor, I was a winner, and that’s basically it,” Leonard told reporters Thursday. “I’m just here enjoying my dream, having fun. I mean, legacy is going to be opinionated by each person, but I’m just playing right about myself really and what I feel, what makes me happy.”The Clippers will pursue Leonard this offseason and rival executives believe he “likes” the team, according to an earlier report from Bleacher Report. He also will consider re-signing with the Raptors, according to ESPN, and he has reportedly purchased property in Toronto.The Knicks, meanwhile, have continually been linked to Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, although the guard is reportedly “serious” about potentially signing with the Nets, according to ESPN. They also hold the No. 3 pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.“We’re excited about where we are,’’ Knicks president Steve Mills said last month, via the New York Post. “We know we’ll get a good player at three. So, it’s something we’re excited about and look forward to. “We want to build this team the right way. We’ve always said we’re going to continue to work hard during the draft process. We believe we’re a team that can draft well and this is all part of our plan and growing our team.”The Knicks finished the season with a 17-65 record. They last made the playoffs in 2012-13. The 27-year-old star led the Raptors to their first Finals appearance in franchise history with a fantastic playoff run. He’s averaging 30.9 points and 9.0 rebounds in 21 postseason games so far.Toronto leads the Warriors 2-1 in the series entering Game 4 on Friday. Related News NBA free agency rumors: Kawhi Leonard has bought a property in Torontolast_img read more