A story line that did so much to define the past NBA season came to its natural conclusion just 48 hours after Toronto clinched its spot atop the basketball world. Superstar Anthony Davis finally got the trade he (and Rich Paul and LeBron James to a lesser, but still significant degree) wanted.
Ball is not a bad option, but there are some things that need to be ironed out regarding this transaction for all parties involved.
With the Bulls netting the seventh pick yet again, they have few options available to keep their rebuild on track.
Friday night, Jimmy Butler showed he was still capable of getting plenty buckets in the United Center. Some things never change, but some others feel free to do what they […]
“In The Scope With Joshua M. Hicks” is a weekly column from the Managing Editor of WARR
Josh Hicks is Managing Editor of WARR and a contributor to The D & Davis Show So far, the NBA trade deadline has sparked a new path for at least […]
The D & Davis Show, the guys break down the Chicago Bulls trading Luol Deng to the Cleveland Cavaliers and what is likely in the Chicago Bulls future with basketball […]
Today on The D & Davis Show, the guys break down the Chicago Bulls trading Luol Deng to the Cleveland Cavaliers and what is likely in the Chicago Bulls future with […]
Two weeks have passed since the last time D and Ken blessed the internet radio airwaves, but don’t worry Regal faithful, the dynamic duo is back on time and back […]