Matthew Wellington

Matt Co-Founded Double Clutch in July 2012 and is the current Editor-in-Chief / Lead Designer. He is a Los Angeles Lakers fan, a Brandon Roy stan and a stalwart of the vibrant UK-based community. He never shuts up about the fact Damian Lillard follows us on Twitter, and has represented Double Clutch as an analyst on BBC Radio 5 Live.

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Episode 326 – NBA | Rockets, Raptors, Jordan Clarkson, Forbes team values, and the All-Star Weekend

Matthew Wellington, Mike Miller and Justin Quinn unite to discuss the Rockets, Raptors, Jordan Clarkson, Forbes NBA team values, and the All-Star Weekend

Jordan Clarkson is playing the best basketball of his career – period.

Behind Jordan Clarkson’s best basketball of his career, the Utah Jazz roll into the All-Star break in spectacular form.

Daryl Morey and the Rockets are trying to change the game, again.

Behind Daryl Morey the Houston Rockets changed the game, placing an emphasis on getting the best out of James Harden. Now with Russell Westbrook on the team, they have changed again.

Episode 324 – Kobe Bryant

Matthew Wellington, Mike Miller and Huw Hopkins mark the passing of Kobe Bryant.

8 | 24 – Goodbye Kobe

Kobe Bryant’s impact goes far beyond the hardwood. Our Editor-in-Chief, Matthew Wellington writes about Kobe’s significance on a personal level

Teamwork makes the dream work for the Toronto Raptors

Toronto’s total team performance last night isn’t just a one-off, it’s been happening all season

Things James Harden was (probably) thinking during that Russell Westbrook brain fart

Last night the NBA world witnessed an all-time great play – in the sense that is was terrible, meme worthy material. But just what was (probably) going through James Harden’s head at the time?

Julius Randle is the biggest loser on the New York Knicks, but he still has hope

According to Matthew Wellington, Julius Randle has suffered with the New York Knicks, in large part due to organisational ineptitude. Could a trade help both parties?

Kings’ Buddy Hield and Bulls’ Zach LaVine join exclusive shooters clubs

Buddy Hield and Zach LaVine shot the lights out, on their way to a unique shooters club