Jordan’s recent activity — including public statements against institutional racism and managing player-owner relations during the bubble boycott — is a reconciliation of sorts with his voluntary exclusion from socio-political affairs in the past.
The NBA has shown once again how on point they are and in tune with what the league’s audience wants by providing two of the best musical performances available to them.
Ed. note — this post was first published in March 2015, when Nikola Mirotic, who was officially traded to the New Orleans Pelicans Thursday, most showed his promise as an […]
View this post on Instagram Chicago, What can I say?! I truly struggle with the words because you've been so much more than just my home for the last 6 […]
WARR contributor Josh Hicks offers his thoughts on the Chicago Bulls and the NBA This past Monday, Chicago Bulls all-star Jimmy Butler scored 52 points against the Charlotte Hornets, 32 […]
How are we loving that Fred Hoiberg era, huh? Haven’t seen the Bulls’ defense look that bad in awhile. Lots of uncontested shots, blow-by’s and playing with no discipline. — […]
The Rookie Wall is always something basketball observers keep in mind when breaking down the first NBA seasons of any player new to the League. In the case of Nikola […]
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 […]