DOUBLE CLUTCH NBA PODCAST
Established in 2012, Double Clutch has been discussing the ins-and-outs of the NBA for over half a decade. We are home to the UK’s longest-running NBA podcast.
We have secured interviews with some big names in the NBA world, including conversations with OG Anunoby; Isabelle Harrison; Cheryl Reeve head coach Minnesota Lynx; Ben Golliver of The Washington Post; Hall of Fame columnist Peter Vecsey; Jonathan Tjarks from The Ringer; Tas Melas of The Starters; and NBA TV’s Kristen Ledlow.
On the latest episode of the Double Clutch podcast; Mike Miller, Huw Hopkins and Tom Hall preview the rapidly incoming NBA season.
Tom Hall takes the reigns of his first podcast and brings you an interview with Kyle Draper, host of Celtics Pre & Post Game Live on NBC Sports Boston.
In this week’s edition of the Double Clutch podcast, we share an interview between Huw Hopkins and head coach Nate Reinking.
On this special edition of the Double Clutch podcast we bring you three interviews from Josh Coyne and Mike Miller, with 2K’s Mike Wang, Ben Bishop and Erick Boenisch.
Mike Miller and Josh Coyne are joined by NBA 2K YouTuber JD Crossover, aka Josh Dixon to discuss their experience at the NBA 2K20 Community Day in Los Angeles.
Matthew Wellington and Mike Miller are back to discuss the leaked opening night match-ups, Vince Carter’s return to the Atlanta Hawks, Team USA’s mass exodus and NBA2K20’s never-ending list of gameplay improvements.
On this special edition of the Double Clutch podcast, NBA legend Hakeem Olajuwon took time out of his Summer Basketball Camp with the City of Birmingham Basketball Club to speak to Huw Hopkins.
Matthew Wellington and Mike Miller discuss Kawhi Leonard’s decision to join the Los Angeles Clippers. His powers of persuasion; the Clippers year-long pursuit and what this move means for the NBA as a whole. Also, is there an overriding lesson to learn from Leonard’s decision? And more.
Matthew Wellington, Mike Miller and our resident Brooklyn producer, Jaime Oppenheim, discuss the key moves in free agency so far; including Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving to the Nets.