It would seem that the Bulls wound up offering Parker the most of what he’d like to have in his second NBA stop but there was a lot to tempt him in his other options.
Belief regarding whether this native of Chicago could be a significant building block in the Bulls’ rebuild often shifts from one game to another. One thing that will never change is Parker’s support and love for the community that bred him.
Today on The D& Davis Show, the guys will dive right into a big basketball weekend! At 11:20 AM the guys will speak with friend of the show Carmron Smith […]
As the McDonald’s All-American basketball games have set-up indefinite shop in Chicago its allowed the city to solidify itself as a hub for prep basketball and a draw for those […]
Today on the D & Davis Show, the guys will break down the upcoming NCAA Final Four & the first week in Chicago baseball. Plus will touch on boxing, Wrestlemania […]