This year’s off-season in the NBA has proven to significantly change what it means to have a successful legacy in the highest level of basketball and what it means to pursue that type of legacy.
Whereas prior to the injury Durant seemed destined to do only one thing — opt out his final year with the Warriors and hit free agency once again — Durant’s options post-injury have opened up in ways many of us could not have expected.
The first round of this significant playoff season is one that could be signalling a new era of basketball, an era of basketball that does not include the king of the postseason, LeBron James.
In a previous column, I mentioned that Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving should not dismiss the “second” teams within the big city markets of New York and LA due to […]
LeBron James deserves at least some blame for his role in the Lakers’ struggles, however, most of the blame goes toward Magic Johnson and the front office.
In both the Nets and the Clippers, KD and Uncle Drew can not only be stars, they’ll also have clean slates to work with and platforms to creating new historic feats.
Originally published in April of 2013, Joakim Noah’s partially injured stand defined the Chicago Bulls’ seven-game victory over Brooklyn in Round 1 of the Eastern Conference Playoffs. Game 2 […]
This post was originally published on Christmas 2013. This Christmas, the Chicago Bulls take on the Oklahoma City Thunder in OKC. (1:30 pm, ABC). In the NBA on ESPN/ABC era we’ve […]
Michael Walton II writes about the Chicago Bulls and the NBA for We Are Regal Radio. Michael is a student, freelance writer and high school basketball scout based in Chicago. […]
Michael Walton II writes about the NBA for We Are Regal Radio. Michael is a student, freelance writer and burgeoning high school basketball scout based in Chicago. He’s previously been […]