When it comes to sports, guy talk and the NBA Playoffs, objectively speaking, there’s no better man cave to discuss all of the above with than the crew that’s on the rise in the Windy City, The D & Davis Show.
The show which features two Chicago centered hosts in Kenneth Davis and Demonze Spruiel and their all-knowing producer Kyle Means, their Regal Radio brand that broadcasts at the Illinois School of Broadcasting on ChicagolandSportsRadio.com have been fixtures at places like WGN.
I’ve been rocking with these guys since I called in as an expert during my days at BrooklynFans.com during the 2013 NBA Playoffs when the Chicago Bulls took on the Brooklyn Nets.
The Bulls would end up winning the series with the heroics of Nate Robinson.
Five years later, we’re still going strong. Call ins talking LeBron James’ next destination and even having the honor of penning articles for their WeAreRegalRadio.com‘s platform with interviews with Naomi Campbell and Nelson Mandela’s daughter Zindzi Mandela about the Mandela biopic as well as my chat with D.L. Hughley about what else? Race!
It’s about family!
It was no different over the weekend when I stopped by the D & Davis Show along with Detroit’s finest; journalist, Montezz Allen, sports anchor and assistant producer at WBBM who was in studio promoting his book, Watch Your Words: How we should use our words to speak faith, victory and prosperity instead of evil, lack and discouragement.
Click here to purchase the book convenietly on Amazon.
Also scroll down and press play below to check our chat on Saturday’s show. On the D & Davis Show. We discuss possible destinations for New York Knicks guard Derrick Rose, a Chicago native.
Speaking of Rose, he was was in attendance and sitting courtside at the United Center for game 4 of the Chicago Bulls’ round one series against the Boston Celtics. When shown on the jumbotron, Bulls fans gave Rose a standing ovation.
But I digress! Montezz, myself and the D & Davis Show and debate Allen Iverson’s place in NBA history and predictions for the rest of the 2017 NBA Playoffs.
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