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.
Our Mike Miller is not the Mike Miller picked 5th overall by the Orlando Magic in the 2000 NBA Draft. He is in fact one of our podcast hosts and a Lead Writer. He loves beards, begrudgingly respects James Harden, writes a weekly NBA column for GiveMeSport and contributes to Sporting News (FIBA). He’s also represented us as an analyst on Sky Sports, BBC Radio 5 Live, ESPN’s Head in the Game podcast and Love Sport Radio.
Nick provides us with a rather unique look at basketball, often merging cultural moments from videogames and cinema with on court and sometimes off court actions in the NBA. He’s our Google Analytics guru; the perfect accompaniment to a digital league and sport. Oh, and he used to work for FIBA Media.
Josh is a hoops, music and TV sitcom fanatic who survives primarily on copious amounts of pasta. He fell in love with basketball when his mum and dad showed him Larry Bird footage at a young age.
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).
Sean is the site's resident hoops historian, exploring some of the NBA's most significant moments through the 'Step Back' series. He's also written for Fansided's Orlando Magic Daily and the Last Word on Sports network.
Justin is our resident Anthropologist. In fact, he's our only Anthropologist. When he's not engaged in the practice of anthropology, he's writing about all things basketball. He finds it difficult to not mention the Boston Celtics and often contributes to multiple USAToday Sports Media Group sites and Off The Glass.
Tom is a teacher based in Stoke-on-Trent and can usually be found playing 2K, drumming or hosting his other podcast, Almighty Pod, when he's not cheering on his beloved Celtics. He contributes with articles and is regularly featured on our podcast, where he typically shoehorns conversations to do with anything trade, free agency or draft-related!
Jonah is a Medical student in London and he won't shut up about it. He is also a Pacers fan and hopes to see a fully fit team play one day.... Jonah is about the same height as Isaiah Thomas, so he's pretty sure there's still hope for his NBA career.
Sports Journalism student at the University of Huddersfield. Student Press Officer for Bradford Dragons basketball.
Sid is a writer who was born and raised in India. His fandom is a testament to the ever-widening reach of the NBA. Always rooting for the underdog player and/or team, Sid has lived through many exhilarating ups and frustrating downs as a New York Knicks fan for nearly two decades.
Kirk is our resident video/tech guy. Playing basketball since the 90's, Kirk brings a different view to the team with a gaming aspect background and a hands on approach to the latest tech and innovations. There's nothing Kirk can't google and get working for Double Clutch.
Aoife is one of the youngest members of our team and currently the only female. She hails from Kildare, Ireland and plays basketball for her school team. Her interest in a variety of sports led to her starting her own podcast, which you can find on Soundcloud under 'Aoife Kane'.
Ger is a freelance sports writer based in Dublin, Ireland. He has a passion for the NBA, a BA in Journalism and Broadcasting, and like many others is a long suffering Knicks fan. Ger would describe himself as a James Harden advocate. You can find Ger talking football on the Maine Road Ramble Podcast where he regularly co-hosts.
Harry is a journalism student at the University of Sheffield and Head of Sport at the student newspaper, Forge Press. He is a T-Wolves fan and covers the B. Braun Sheffield Sharks’ BBL campaigns for Forge. Harry loves Karl-Anthony Towns and has a figurine of the big man in his bedroom. Over the last few years he has also won an MVP and Coach of the Year award whilst playing for and coaching youth teams at Nene Valley Venom in Peterborough.
Charlie is an American Studies BA graduate and a Sports Journalism MA student at the University of Lincoln. He’s also adamant that if Derrick Rose didn’t get injured in 2012 the Chicago Bulls would have at least one more banner in the United Center.