There really is no better time to get re-acquainted with the league than on Christmas Day, the day when the NBA’s stage shines brightest outside of the postseason.
Working for the Bulls is a devalued proposition in the NBA, having lost as much esteem as any organization could in the space of 20 years.
Yearly, the NBA gears itself up with its greatest talents to provide a memorable showcase for lovers of basketball. This year, the league’s scope is arguably as wide as its ever been on its best holiday.
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.
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 […]
After initial stops in such worthy places as Indianapolis, Memphis and Brazil, the #TheReturn Express finally brings itself back home to Chicago, where tonight Derrick Rose played for the home […]
Nate Rob’s inventive way of showing love to the fans has gotten a good deal of attention this weekend. Nate’s good at getting attention but this summer has been some […]
By Kyle Means, Regal Radio In the wake of another exciting night of playoff basketball action last night, we saw two home teams, the Chicago Bulls and the Golden State […]