Our main man in New York, Brandon Robinson, is continuing his march to dominate all media with a very special appearance today.
Brandon’s going to be a guest on Sirius/XM’s The Bottom Line Sports Show today at 11:00 A.M. ET, marking his first national radio appearance. You can listen to the show on Sirius/XM NBA channel 217. He will be discussing the Brooklyn Nets with Bottom Line Sports show host Gerald Brown.
You may remember Brandon making his first appearances with Regal speaking on the Nets back in the spring while they were taking on the Bulls in the Eastern Conference Playoffs.
The Nets are currently 8-15 in the 2013-14 season and have not lacked for stories, most prominent among them of late being the release of assistant coach (and former Nets head coach) Lawrence Frank.
You can listen to the show on your desktop computer as well as your iPhone, Androids, and tablet devices. If you do not have a subscription to Sirius/XM Radio, download a free trial by visiting www.siriusxm.com/freetrial.
Now would be a good time to also list all the other publications Brandon has contributed to online and elsewhere writing on sports and culture: Ebony Magazine Online, SLAM Magazine, The Source Magazine, Madame Noire.com, VIBE, TD Daily, CBS Interactive, The Queens Times Ledger and the Brooklyn Courier. Last year, he covered the Brooklyn Nets in their inaugural season in Brooklyn, New York and he currently writes about the Nets for The Source Magazine. He is also a multimedia journalism lecturer at NJIT in Newark, NJ.
Brandon has also had a story run in The Source about the effects that the late Nelson Mandela had on the boxing world. You can check out that story here. The brother Scoop B is one of the hardest-working young journalists out there and he’s also one of the most humble and loyal guys we’ve come across.
We at Regal Radio are lucky to have him be a part of our squad in any fashion and we look forward to seeing all the moves he’ll continue to make. Read his most recent contribution to this site on the recently released documentary on former high school basketball phenom Lenny Cooke here and make sure to check out his big radio appearance today.