In aligning himself with the HBCU community, Bronny gives himself a chance to kick start his own chapter of the still-written James saga, while making his story stand out from his Pops, something that won’t be easy to do.
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.
The two-day boys and girls’ basketball showcase is back at Wintrust Arena and Chicago’s South Loop for the second consecutive year and, somehow, the event promises to be even more competitive.
More than a retro-soaked feel-good story for college basketball fans, this is a team that has aggressively re-instated itself in the mix for attention both in the Big East and nationally.
Once again, the NCAA couldn’t help itself, inserting its bygone standards and irrelevant laws into situations that really didn’t call for them and we may all lose out on seeing any more highlights on the college level from two specially talented young men because of it.
This week’s decision is a definite positive step forward, but it is also a hypocritical move that the NCAA had to make.
Deciding the best HU, one of the most storied school-wide rivalries in all of HBCU culture, provides a delicious primary story line this year for one of the most well-established “Classic” games.
The NCAA’s enactment and subsequent amendment of the so-called “Rich Paul Rule” is a sign that athletes and their prospective agents are eroding the NCAA’s hold on amateur sports revenue.
Kaden Smith has the potential to become a complete tight end that can be both an inline blocker as well as a formidable receiving option when released on routes.
As the only Illinois team in the field of 68, located only 160 miles southwest of Chicago, it’s the Windy City’s duty to ride the Bradley bandwagon, no matter how far it goes this March.