ATLANTA, Aug. 13 (UPI) -- Given the speech that Robin Williams made regarding an infamous Red Sox game in Good Will Hunting, it may been more appropriate for a Boston sports personality to pull this off, but an Atlanta sports anchor really stepped up to the plate to honor the late comedian.
Atlanta's WSBTV sports director Zach Klein paid tribute to the 63-year-old in his Monday night sports report by referencing 20 of Williams' movies or name-dropping their titles.
Can't believe comedian Robin Williams has been found dead. Off all his roles, Dead Poets Society & Good WIll Hunting are tops RIP— Zach Klein (@ZachKleinWSB) August 11, 2014
Klein was able to work in the 20 references while reporting about the Atlanta Braves, a charity fantasy football league and Atlanta Falcons training camp.
Please join me tonight during Ch 2 news at 11 as I try to honor Robin Williams during my sportscast. Over 20 movies will be named— Zach Klein (@ZachKleinWSB) August 12, 2014
It's a sad subject, but Klein's tribute really knocked it out of the park.