Merry Swishmas! The NBA season has arrived, contract extensions and Naughty or Nice predictions

Mike, Josh and Nick unite to bring you the Double Clutch NBA Christmas Special, fully loaded with hot takes and a naughty or nice list.

The 2020-21 season is so important for Kyrie Irving

Kyrie Irving has had quite the ride since leaving Cleveland. Now in Brooklyn, he looks to realign his career.

We have NBA basketball! Brooklyn’s 7/11, MVP PG and the Harden saga continues…

Mike and Tom unite to discuss all the latest action, including thoughts on the preseason so far and how different the game is with no fans.

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Step Back Special: Chris Paul, Kobe Bryant and David Stern’s legacy

Sean Guest looks at the Chris Paul-Lakers trade that would have shaken the NBA to the core, and did in a different way after not going through

2 weeks to tip, Houston puts a Wall around Harden, LeBron re-ups, with Joe Hulbert

Joe Hulbert makes a triumphant return as special guest alongside Mike and Nick. The three discuss the John Wall trade and more.

The Return of Moreyball

The style of basketball which Daryl Morey implemented during his time as the GM of the Houston Rockets was often labelled ‘Moreyball’. The Rockets, knew that in order to beat the NBA’s high-spending, bigger market, teams, they had to outsmart them. Now, in Philly, Morey is tasked with doing it all again and reshaping a team with mercurial talent.

Sam Presti and the Risks of Asset Accumulation

Asset accumulation is a prevalent front office strategy. Logically, it provides teams with the best chance of landing a star. But Charlie Liptrott asks whether the toll it takes on players is worth it.

NBA Free agency reactions with BCL and FIBAWC commentator Josh Bett

Mike and Tom are joined by Basketball Champions League and FIBA World Cup commentator Josh Bett to discuss NBA free agency.

A franchise-defining season awaits the Los Angeles Clippers

On paper, the Clippers had high hopes last season, but Charlie Liptrott shows why LA can’t just cross it all out and start again