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The Step Back: Air apparent

He had the hops and the hype, but Sean Guest looks back on Vince Carter’s run as ‘the next Michael Jordan’ as a series of missed opportunities

The Step Back: Ewing some, you lose some

On this day in NBA history, the New York Knicks won the rights to the number one pick in the 1985 Draft to pick Patrick Ewing, who would change the face of the franchise, but not their ability to win a championship

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Episode 336 – NBA Special | Roland Lazenby on The Last Dance and Michael Jordan

On the latest episode, Mike Miller is joined by esteemed NBA author, Roland Lazenby to discuss The Last Dance and 1990s Chicago Bulls.

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NBA

Pippen Ain’t Easy: Scottie’s underrated shoe game

While much of The Last Dance talk has focused around MJ and the Air Jordan sneakers, Nick Whitfield looks back at the underrated signature line of Scottie Pippen

Michael Jordan’s final comeback is just what the world needs

“And with Netflix, when the earth’s sick M.J., AJs, fade away perfect” Not Jay Z,…

The Step Back: The long goodbye of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

If you’re old enough, cast your mind back to 1989: the year the Berlin Wall…

Jalen Green with Team USA
G-League players have their say on Jalen Green’s new contract opportunities

“It’s not only great for the league, but it’s good for the NBA too” – DJ McCall of the Fort Wayne Mad Ants talks to Adam Taylor about thew new G-League contract of Jalen Green

PODCASTS

Episode 335 – NBA Special | Kayce Kirihara

Fashion and kicks influencer Kayce Kirihara (@infamousKayce) talks about The Last Dance and how Michael Jordan revolutionized sneaker culture.

Episode 334 – NBA Special | Chris Vernon of The Ringer NBA Show

Tom Hall is joined by Chris Vernon (The Ringer NBA Show) to discuss what the return of the NBA might look like and much more.

Episode 333 – NBA | Two Truths and One Lie

On the second edition of ‘Two Truths, One Lie’, resident champ Nick Whitfield gets a chance to defend his title belt against Claire De Lune of Count the Dings.

Episode 9 – WNBA | Minnesota Lynx guard Lexie Brown wants to be the best shooter in the league

“We’re gonna surprise a lot of people this year” – Lexie Brown discusses the Minnesota Lynx and her favorite to win the NBA’s HORSE competition.

NBA

Pippen Ain’t Easy: Scottie’s underrated shoe game

While much of The Last Dance talk has focused around MJ and the Air Jordan sneakers, Nick Whitfield looks back at the underrated signature line of Scottie Pippen

Michael Jordan’s final comeback is just what the world needs

“And with Netflix, when the earth’s sick M.J., AJs, fade away perfect” Not Jay Z,…

The Step Back: The long goodbye of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

If you’re old enough, cast your mind back to 1989: the year the Berlin Wall…

Jalen Green with Team USA
G-League players have their say on Jalen Green’s new contract opportunities

“It’s not only great for the league, but it’s good for the NBA too” – DJ McCall of the Fort Wayne Mad Ants talks to Adam Taylor about thew new G-League contract of Jalen Green

WNBA

Top steals of the WNBA Draft

Beyond the top talent, Huw Hopkins looks at the best players selected in the 2020 WNBA Draft

Here comes the WNBA – 6 things to watch out for this year 

With a CBA in the books, a vision of the 2020 WNBA season is coming into focus, and Huw Hopkins looks at some of the biggest storylines that could impact the league in the coming months

“If you get knocked down, you’re going to have to get back up” – New York basketball is back

After the worst season in franchise history, the New York Liberty has got back to winning ways, and with players returning from FIBA EuroBasket, they could be set for a run to the playoffs

The CBA elephant in the WNBA room is yet to cause chaos

In a season when tensions between players, front offices and owners could cause rifts and distractions, Huw Hopkins finds that all parties are working hard to retain professionalism ahead of CBA negotiations

FIBA

Basketball Africa announces the official slate of teams for its debut season

Perhaps lost among the NBA All-Star activities was the introduction of the Basketball Africa League, which will tip off in March – Justin Quinn has the low-down

What NBA teams will be impacted by the FIBA World Cup?

International basketball has always helped players grow and reach that next level on their NBA squads, but Huw Hopkins looks at the most beneficial teams after the FIBA World Cup

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The Step Back: Air apparent

He had the hops and the hype, but Sean Guest looks back on Vince Carter’s run as ‘the next Michael Jordan’ as a series of missed opportunities

John Starks: an embodiment of Knicks fandom

The world might be re-living 1990s NBA through the prism of Michael Jordan again in The Last Dance, for Nick Whitfield it only brings back memories of his favorite player John Starks