In this terrifyingly good edition of Dropping Dimes, Rod and Evans take a look at what has been a scary good beginning of the 2019-20 NBA season. The boys also look back at the NBA Gallery that came to Vancouver (shoutout to NBA Canada, Victory, Vancouver Basketball, Vancouver Basketball Foundation) Also, on this episode we play a little trick or treat and the boys give us their scariest starting 5!
After a couple of weeks off, the boys are back just in time to celebrate Thanksgiving (in Canada). In this episode of the Dropping Dimes podcast the boys share what are the things that they are most grateful for in basketball and just like your traditional turkey day dinner, there were some disagreements and arguments but in the end, we’re all family…right?
What does the squad do when they’re in different countries? RECORD! Distance is not a challenge and on this episode Rod and Evans discuss the WNBA Finals, the NBA Pre-season game in Vancouver and Rod becoming a celebrity in Mexico
En este episodio especial de Dropping Dimes – oh hold on, we got a bit carried away with the whole Spain being World Champs. On the 40th episode of Dropping Dimes Rod and Evans go over the FIBA Basketball World Cup. What made these teams great? Did Rickyy Rubio deserve to be named MVP, where does Team USA go from here and more!
Rod and Evans are joined by two local legends, Coach Clay from HD Training and Demi Harris! Clay ad Demi share their experience playing ad winning the Canadian qualifier of the Red Bull Reign Tournament, how physical the games were and how they were able to conquer Canada to move on to the World tournament. The guys also talk about Demi’s recent trip to New York where he was crowned as champ of Bobbito Garcia’s Full Court 21 Tournament. And, as Demi says…when you get that thang, SHOOT THAT THANG!
The crew is live from the Ball for All event where, along with the Vancouver Basketball Foundation, Vancouver Basketball, Jr. NBA, NightHoops, the BC Wheelchair Basketball Society and PNE, we celebrate inclusivity in basketball. On this episode, the guys talk about some of the great programs available for youth – Jr. NBA and NightHoops – the crew also talked about wheelchair basketball and how much fun and physical it can be. Last but not least, the boys go through each group of the FIBA World Cup of Basketball and pick their teams to advance from each group.
After a 1 week break, the boys are back and with more complaints than ever! Well, not really. On this episode, Rod, Raf, and Evans do talk about why the FIBA Basketball World Cup might be as electric as its closest cousin, the FIFA World Cup, and what can be done to make the tournament more interesting.