In aligning himself with the HBCU community, Bronny gives himself a chance to kick start his own chapter of the still-written James saga, while making his story stand out from his Pops, something that won’t be easy to do.
More than a retro-soaked feel-good story for college basketball fans, this is a team that has aggressively re-instated itself in the mix for attention both in the Big East and nationally.
Once again, the NCAA couldn’t help itself, inserting its bygone standards and irrelevant laws into situations that really didn’t call for them and we may all lose out on seeing any more highlights on the college level from two specially talented young men because of it.
When you’ve taken home five rings in the last 20 years, a span where no other team has won more than twice — and thank everything for the Giants — it’s insufferable to consider yourselves the underdog.
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