Who are your favourite NBA brothers?

Lonzo and LaMelo are the latest in a long history of NBA brotherhood, so Aoife Kane took a look at some of the more well known siblings to rock the league in recent years

Farewell to the mediocre Magic

It might feel like the Orlando Magic traded away everything, but Sean Guest thinks that it couldn’t have come at a better time

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Strangest MVP race in history? Super Teams and drafting in a global age

Mike and Nick discuss the strangest MVP race in NBA history, before reviewing super team recency bias and drafting in a global age.

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Charlotte Hornets
Let’s Hear it for the Hornets

Charlie Liptrott looks at how the Charlotte Hornets have emerged as a surprise playoff contender and a team with a bright future.

NBA arenas might be full by 2021-22, but Global Games will have to wait

The NBA is slowly but surely getting back to normality after Covid-19 impacts, but Justin Quinn worries that the Global Games will take a little longer

The statistical Most Valuable Player is…

There’s a clear frontrunner for MVP, and it’s not the guy you think it is. Tom Hall crunches the numbers to reveal there’s one man who stands ahead of the pack at the halfway point.

Once again, the Portland Trail Blazers’ hopes rest on Damian Lillard’s shoulders

The Portland Trail Blazers’ hopes rest on Damian Lillard’s shoulders and he’s uniquely positioned to deliver for his team. It’s Dame Time

The Timberwolves suck and it’s not because of Karl-Anthony Towns

There’s no doubt that the absence of Karl-Anthony Towns has hurt the Timberwolves, but their poor start has highlighted plenty of other pressing issues, writes Harry Harrison.

Rookie Reviews: 10 games in edition – The Ball, the Ant and the Fast PP

In this early part of the 2020/2021 NBA season, Tom Hall and Harry Harrison appraise some of the standout Rookie performers.

The Sound of Silence: NBA’s PA Announcers on life without fans

In the midst of a pandemic, fans face a season away from their teams, Josh Coyne speaks to some of those closer to the game than anyone – the PA Announcers.

Out of cold storage due to the pandemic’s fiscal impact, NBA expansion talk is heating up again

After most of a year with the primary focus of the NBA geared towards survival…

PODCASTS

Jrue makes big Bucks, the East’s second tier, and the ongoing struggles of the NBA in the UK

Mike, Nick and Harry discuss the Jrue Holiday extension, the ongoing struggle of being an NBA fan in the UK, and more.

NBA Trade Deadline, Buy Outs, The Parity Fallacy and Pop G.O.A.T

Mike, Nick and Josh rejoice in the arrival of BST, as they give their thoughts on the winners and losers of the NBA trade deadline.

Injuries, MVP, Blake’s Slam, and who is Minnesota’s franchise player?

Mike Miller and Tom Hall discuss the MVP race, the recent injuries to LeBron James and LaMelo Ball, and more.

Trade season and overrated triple doubles, with Elliot from Hoopin N Lootin

Mike and Tom are joined by Elliott Wade aka Hoopin N Lootin to discuss the NBA’s trade season, triple doubles and more.

NBA

Charlotte Hornets
Let’s Hear it for the Hornets

Charlie Liptrott looks at how the Charlotte Hornets have emerged as a surprise playoff contender and a team with a bright future.

NBA arenas might be full by 2021-22, but Global Games will have to wait

The NBA is slowly but surely getting back to normality after Covid-19 impacts, but Justin Quinn worries that the Global Games will take a little longer

The statistical Most Valuable Player is…

There’s a clear frontrunner for MVP, and it’s not the guy you think it is. Tom Hall crunches the numbers to reveal there’s one man who stands ahead of the pack at the halfway point.

Once again, the Portland Trail Blazers’ hopes rest on Damian Lillard’s shoulders

The Portland Trail Blazers’ hopes rest on Damian Lillard’s shoulders and he’s uniquely positioned to deliver for his team. It’s Dame Time

WNBA

Sabrina Ionescu
The Rise of Sabrina, the next face of the WNBA

Sabrina Ionescu’s rookie season was cut short, but Aoife Kane is still excited for her career with the New York Liberty

New LA Sparks big Kristine Anigwe will use experience with GB Basketball

Playing with WNBA championship contender LA Sparks will help Kristine Anigwe in her professional career, but she tells Huw Hopkins about how she plans bring the experience back to the British team.

Episode 337 – Black Lives Matter

Huw Hopkins speaks to Chicago Sky head coach James Wade about the Black Lives Matter international human rights movement.

Shooting hoops with legendary basketball photographer Mansoor Ahmed

In the modern history of basketball, one man has been there for almost every big moment in Britain, and Huw Hopkins met the great Mansoor Ahmed

WNBA

Sabrina Ionescu
The Rise of Sabrina, the next face of the WNBA

Sabrina Ionescu’s rookie season was cut short, but Aoife Kane is still excited for her career with the New York Liberty

New LA Sparks big Kristine Anigwe will use experience with GB Basketball

Playing with WNBA championship contender LA Sparks will help Kristine Anigwe in her professional career, but she tells Huw Hopkins about how she plans bring the experience back to the British team.

Episode 337 – Black Lives Matter

Huw Hopkins speaks to Chicago Sky head coach James Wade about the Black Lives Matter international human rights movement.

Shooting hoops with legendary basketball photographer Mansoor Ahmed

In the modern history of basketball, one man has been there for almost every big moment in Britain, and Huw Hopkins met the great Mansoor Ahmed

FIBA

Successful FIBA Continental Cup Qualifiers showcase FIBA’s global operational capacity

FIBA delivered a successful November window of FIBA Continental Cup Qualifiers across four continents amidst the global pandemic.

FIBA TCL
FIBA enters global partnership agreement with electronics giant TCL

FIBA and TCL have announced a new global partnership, following the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019

VINTAGE

The Step Back: One for the record Books

Sean Guest looks back to this day in 2017 when Devin Booker became the youngest ever player to drop 70 points in a game against the Celtics.

The Step Back: Where there’s a Wilt, there’s a way

On this day in 1962, Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points in a single game, a record that still stands today.