After the tragic events from last Sunday, we tried our best to honour the memory of Kobe Bryant, the Black Mamba. Kobe and his daughter Gigi are now the new constellations in the basketball heavens and we will always remember them. RIP Kobe.
What a better way to start off the year than reaching a milestone? That’s right folks, our 50th episode of Dropping Dimes is now live! That’s right folks, we have accumulated 50 dimes/5 dollars worth of episodes. In this episode, the boys talk about David Stern’s legacy, Rod and Raf share their experience from their most recent trip to Portland to catch the Blazers vs Lakers. The boys also share their All-Star votes and they give their boldest predictions for 2020. Thank you all for your support throughout these 50 episodes, here’s to many more Dimes!
Happy New Year, Dropping Dimes fam! Since we just wrapped up the 2010s decade, Rod, Raf, and Evans take a look at their favourite moments from 2010 to 2019. Let us know what are your favourite moments of the decade! May 2020 be a baller year for all of you!
Ho Ho Ho, folks! In this very festive edition of the Weekly Dime the boys get together to discuss what presents would they give to some of the NBA teams. Maybe a new uniform for the Magic or the Mavs? Maybe a much-needed veteran to a contending team? Maybe some teams just deserved a lump of coal! You don’t want to miss out on what Santa Dimes has for these teams!
A Slovenian basketball player representing a team from Dallas drops a triple-double in Mexico City. Now that’s a sentence that’s a sequence of words that no one ever dreamed of typing but this is 2019 and basketball is international folks! In this episode of The Weekly Dime, the whole gang gets together to talk about the Raptors and the Nuggets’ recent hiccups and whether we should be worried about them, the lack of recognition in the Bucks’ winning streak, the Lakers playing even better than expected. The trio also discusses the Mexico City games series and the recent news of Mexico City hosting a G-League team. You don’t want to miss out on this episode, folks!
Good news, Dropping Dimes Devotees! We finally found a name for our weekly banter, The Weekly Dime!!! We will bring you the beloved debate and analysis show every week as we have been doing so far but this will allow us to bring you even more exciting content.
Having said all of that, on this week’s episode, we talk about James Harden’s phantom dunk, a quick recap of the Lakers-Blazers game from last Friday, the Knicks firing coach Fizdale, Zion’s projected debut, and we try to solve the mid-season tournament question.
If you tuned in for a basketball podcast, good, you will get that content as we chat about Carmelo Anthony, Luka Doncic, and the Lakers and Clippers. Now, if your real intentions were to get advice on the latest NBA fashion, you’re in the right place, friend. Rod and Raf, also known as NBA style-gurus, pick their favourite city edition jerseys. You don’t want to miss this conversation bout basketball haute couture.
In this week’s episode, Rod and Evans are joined by the Vice-President of the Fraser Valley Bandits and co-founder of the Abbotsford Basketball Association, Dylan Kular! Dylan tells us how basketball got into his life and how he ended with the Bandits. We also talked to Dylan about the Bandits’ inaugural season and all the exciting things to come for basketball in the Fraser Valley and Metro Vancouver region thanks to the Bandits.
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?