Bob Ryan

Bob Ryan is a retired columnist for the Globe’s Sports section whose work appears in the section semi-regularly. He has been writing for the Globe since 1968, covering all of Boston’s sports teams. Ryan is a regular panelist on ESPN’s Sunday morning roundtable, “The Sports Reporters.”

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Bob Ryan

Marcus Smart, Jackie Bradley Jr., and the value they bring to their teams

By , Globe Correspondent

I am a paid-up member of the Bradley Fan Club, and I believe the Celtics are a significantly lesser team without Smart in the lineup.


From the archives: Reggie Lewis touched the lives of thousands, and it came to him naturally

By , Globe Staff

You fell in love with Reggie because you saw grace, beauty, effort and, somehow, dignity in his performance.

Bob Ryan

Without Bill Littlefield’s show, Saturday mornings won’t be the same

By , Globe Correspondent

The beloved NPR radio host is calling it a career after 25 years providing listeners with good reason to tune in at 7 a.m.

Bob Ryan

One dominant team in NBA is nothing new, and it’s never been bad for the league

By , Globe correspondent

So the Warriors added another All-Star; the NBA has been based on dominance from the very beginning.