Reggie Bullock Is In the Equality Fight

On the national holiday honoring murdered civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., it is convenient to be respectful in the moment and then, hours later, go back to how things were. However, the truly committed ones don’t show out or show off because the calendar tells them to. They are in it day after…

Welcome to Your Future D’Angelo Russell

After a lot of NBA ups and downs, a trade, disrespect by a Hall of Famer, and Lonzo Ball revenge, D’Angelo Russell is finally meeting expectations. Recently, I mean a few days ago, against the Orlando Magic and on the road, D’Angelo Russell dropped in a nice 40 in 33 minutes. He shot 64%, 66%…

Trust Kyrie With Eyes Wide Open

When Kyrie Irving came into the league the player he wanted to know and establish a relationship with was Kobe Bryant. Bryant and his isolation game, his shot making and me first mentality, resonated with the young Duke point guard. One summer, during the USA Basketball camp, when Irving was on the Select Team and…

The Student Is Still The Student

The Kyrie Irving apology is an example of humility, self-promotion, and you do better when you know better. The moment Kyrie Irving was drafted number one, he was filled with his own superstar dreams. Then he and LeBron James collided in a student-teacher way. The relationship had highs and lows, a championship, Kyrie biting his…

Where Have You Gone Dirk Nowitzki?

Halfway through the end of the end- you may know him. In 84 days, the NBA career of Dirk Nowitzki will be in the record books and the wait for the Hall of Fame will begin. Everything Dirk is this year is everything we thought we knew he would be at the age of 40…