This week the NBA’s unique brand of New York-based drama once again shamed anything one could find on Broadway, as well as any and everyone who still bothers to attend Knicks games.
Two players dear to the host city, Chicago, — Zach LaVine and Derrick Rose — lead off my list of players who I previously believed would make the team and didn’t.
There’s no lack of players in the league who are All-Star worthy, but here are the players I believe should fill out the rosters in Chicago next month.
Don’t run from your feelings, Chicago sports fans, but maybe dig a little deeper or maybe do some exploring for other sports experiences near-by that could lift one’s spirits.
No matter what, through his ups and downs, Rose never forgot his hometown and he’s always given back to the city. For those who don’t understand the love he gets whenever he returns, who don’t understand the calls for his jersey to hang atop the United Center, start there.
Check out what some of our most devoted hoop-heads have to say about the rebuilding team’s chances this year.
Now a Knick, Portis says he finds it hard to stay away from Chicago, but he has big ambitions for his time in NYC.
When not supporting the Chicago Sky, White has tended to a busy rookie off-season. He expressed his excitement to play this upcoming season exclusively to WARR Media at a recent Sky game.
Playing meaningful baseball games before April 1 is stupid, its even more stupid to play some of those games in Chicago, where it will certainly snow and force the Sox’s opener at least to be actually played in June or July.
The Chicago Bulls didn’t land any big free agents yet again, but the guys they got will make them a better team next year — and a better option for the next big FA sweepstakes.