"I don't care if you're a Le Bron "fan," or not, I have seen it: Bron has something I've never seen," Jefferson wrote."The way he says "follow me and I'll take you there" with actions, more than words, is like no one else I've ever played with.Gere has expressed belief that his politics regarding Tibet and China, the latter an important financial resource for major studios, have made him persona non grata within Hollywood.Gere made a notable departure from his traditional screen persona with Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer (2016).The political drama (written and directed by Academy Award-nominee Joseph Cedar) saw him portray Norman Oppenheimer, a "small time Jewish 'fixer'".
He played a small but memorable part in Looking for Mr."But unlike the Cubs or the Red Sox before their titles, Cleveland's lack of championships isn't accompanied by a sense of misery. It's not, "We'll get it next year." It's, We can do this.Let's do this." Jefferson has had big moments in the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors.He scored his playoff-high 12 points in a Game 2 loss.In the Cavaliers' Game 3 victory, he pulled down eight rebounds, including three defensive boards, and tallied nine points, two assists, and two steals.Not long thereafter, all in the same year, he appeared in the hit films The Mothman Prophecies (2002), Unfaithful (2002) and the Academy Award-winning musical film adaptation Chicago (2002), Gere went on to co-star with Jesse Eisenberg and Terrence Howard in The Hunting Party (2007), a thriller in which he played a journalist in Bosnia.He next appeared with Christian Bale, Heath Ledger and Cate Blanchett in Todd Haynes' semi-biographical film about Bob Dylan, I'm Not There (2007); Gere was one of six actors to portray a variation of Dylan.Gere was one of the first notable Hollywood actors to play a homosexual character, starring as a gay Holocaust victim in the 1979 Broadway production of Bent; Gere's performance earned him a Theatre World Award.He began appearing in Hollywood films in the mid-1970s.Jefferson had three steals in the Cavaliers' Game 5 victory.The 35-year-old forward is an unrestricted free agent next season.