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Meet David Grubb
Born in Detroit and raised in New Orleans, David Grubb has nearly 20 years of experience in journalism, broadcasting, and communications. An alumnus of Edna Karr High School and Wake Forest University, David began his career in front of the camera at KLAX-TV in Alexandria, La., and WGGB-TV in Springfield, Mass. After a diversion into public relations and marketing, he rejoined the sports world in 2013 as a Sports Information Director for Southern University at New Orleans and the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference, as well as being a regular contributor to SportsNola.com. Since that time he’s grown into a multimedia presence, covering LSU, high school football, and primarily the New Orleans Pelicans for The Bird Writes and Crescent City Sports.
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The News, My Views
“I am a professional sportswriter, among other things, and I take the games seriously. It is only one of my many powerful addictions, and I don’t mind admitting any of them.”
– Hunter S. Thompson
Ballin’ in the Bubble: The potential impact of the eight game postseason sprint on the future of the Pelicans
What should we hope to see out of Zion, B’Easy, Jrue, Zo and the rest of the guys? Originally appeared on TheBirdWrites.com, 6/27/2020 With the time to report to Orlando drawing near, NBA front offices are beginning to assemble their travel rosters for the schedule...
Players like Kyrie Irving shouldn’t be vilified for raising honest questions in light of current events. Originally appeared on TheBirdWrites.com, 6/13/2020 Reports from ESPN this week raised awareness of concerns that a number of players were having with the league’s...
New Orleans Pelicans and Saints must show unwavering level of commitment to encourage transformative social change
Great perseverance will be required to significantly curtail decades-long problems Originally appeared in TheBirdWrites.com, 6/2/2020 The history of sports and matters of race in America have been tied together from the beginning. Our latest demonstration of that fact...