Huw Hopkins

Huw grew up in Wales and was too much of a wimp to play rugby. He fell in love with the quiet brilliance of Tim Duncan and ended up a San Antonio Spurs fan. Huw is a Lead Writer for Double Clutch and also contributes to Sky Sports (NBA/WNBA) and Sporting News (FIBA).

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Who has the most to gain from the remaining regular season?

What teams stand to gain the most from these unprecedented times? Tom Hall, Thomas Lamming and Justin Quinn give their thoughts…

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

3 matches showed Dennis Rodman would have never made it as a wrestler

In episode three of The Last Dance, Dennis Rodman’s foray into wrestling looked serious, but his matches in WCW showed he wasn’t

Top steals of the WNBA Draft

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

With Gar Forman out, the post-Jordan era can finally begin for the Chicago Bulls

It’s been 22 long years for the Chicago Bulls. More than just a stiff, uncomfortable…

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.

Why Double Clutch wants the NBA to return this season

Everybody is missing the NBA, but some of the Double Clutch staff share some of the reasons they want the league back sooner rather than later