Episode 323 – NBA | A Whole Lotta Kyrie, and the importance of the NBA Global Games

Mike Miller is joined for the first time by Dr Justin Quinn to talk about the Boston Celtics and their recent win over the Los Angeles Lakers, and more.

World In Sport
Top 5 MVP Race – Jimmy Butler is doing it

While Giannis Antetokounmpo holds on to the top of the MVP rankings, Huw Hopkins believes a new face deserves to be added to the fifth spot on the list

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?

Half empty or half Fultz? – how avoiding the all-or-nothing approach is working for Markelle

In a league where the culture is all about winning or losing, Nick Whitfield assesses the slow but gradual rebuild of Markelle Fultz’s career, and why the patient, middle-ground has been the best route forward

Who to watch at the NBA trade deadline? – part 1

We have already seen the first domino to fall ahead of the NBA trade deadline, but Tom Hall looks at some of the key players to watch this season

Does DeMar DeRozan have the most unstoppable move in the NBA?

The San Antonio Spurs are turning things around and DeMar DeRozan is back to playing on an All-Star level, thanks to his patented move. Huw Hopkins breaks it down.

Episode 322 – NBA | Zion, Tatum and up and down trends

Mike Miller and Huw Hopkins discuss some key teams that will benefit from a fuller line-up as injured players return, including much hyped Pelicans rookie Zion Williamson.

The Step Back: Carving out a ‘Nique

In the latest edition of The Step Back, Sean Guest remembers this day in 2001, when the Atlanta Hawks retired the jersey of Dominique Wilkins

The business side of expansion abroad – supporting the NBA in Mexico

The NBA has its first G League franchise outside of North America, and NBA Mexico Director General has spoken exclusively to Double Clutch’s Justin Quinn about the country’s basketball future