This episode is FIRE! The triple threat of basketball podcasts is back together and they discuss it all. From social media burns suffered by the Clippers after their historic loss against the Denver Nuggets in game 7 of the second round of the playoffs to hot takes about the Lakers – Nuggets series, why is Miami staying hot after beating Boston 2-0 and we also discuss the All-NBA Teams.
And it wouldn’t be a playoffs episode if we didn’t do our last 2 minute commentary on the game between the Celtics and the Heat, all of that while Raf tries to come up with a catchphrase.
Prepare for bubble and make it double!
To protect the sports world from boredom!
To unite all Lebron fans and haters!
To denounce the evils of the Kings and Wiz!
To extend our reach to #NBATwitter!
Team Dropping Dimes dropping an episode at the speed of light!
Check it out now, or prepare to fight!
The NBA Bubble has started and with that, we’re back to discuss the top teams on each conference as well as the race for the 8th spot on the West. As expected, Rod loses it a little when discussing the Lakers and Raf also kind of loses it when discussing the Blazers, check out what the boys have to say about the return of the NBA!
We already miss the Last Dance and we’re sure you miss it as well so, in honour of this fantastic documentary-series, we revisit the last four episodes of the docuseries. Rod and Raf discuss Pippen’s season in charge, how Steve Kerr handled the whole getting punch in the face situation, Michael’s comeback, and whether the Bulls would have been able to go for title #7 had they stayed together.
We had the absolute pleasure of chatting with producer, director, writer, podcaster, analyst, storyteller, and dare we say pioneer of media basketball in Canada. The one and only Duane Watson!!! Over the course of our conversation, we had a chance to get to know Duane a lot more through basketball of course, for instance, we talked about his favourite team growing up, which player he most identifies with, his most prized basketball possession and more.
We then took Duane on a trip down memory lane to revisit his basketball journey, how he got to write for Hoop and SLAM, his first interviews with Canadian NBA players, his work with Raptors. Heck, we even talked about Duane being a road manager for a hip-hop band on a tour!
On the third section of the show we talked about Duane’s most recent projects, including Crown League and ‘Nique (which btw, you should subscribe right now). We then finished off our chat with a not-so-fast lightning round where we got Duane to pick between some touch choices.
We say this time and time again but really, trust us, this is an episode that you don’t want to miss!
%FGM, Off REB., +/-, STL%, you’ve probably seen or at least heard about stats and the stats movement in the NBA and this week’s guest Dr. Rodrigo Vargas Hernandez joins us to shed a bit more light into science in basketball as well as data analytics and machine learning in the NBA. In the first section of the show, we get to know Dr. Vargas and his love for basketball and the Chicago Bulls. We then jumped right into science, how is basketball affected in every moment by science and how do advanced analytics and machine learning are being currently used by almost all NBA teams. We also discuss a scientific paper on basketball written by Andrew Miller, Luke Bornn, Ryan Adams, and Kirk Goldsberry. Last but certainly not least, we tried to predict the future of basketball (using science, of course!)
On this episode of the Weekly Dime, Rod and Evans are joined by recording artist, Challenga! The guys discuss the feud between Giannis and James Harden,, should the Sixers be concerned about the injuries to their all-star players, and Tatum and Beal’s hot streak. In the last part of the show, the guys try to honour the No Dunks crew by doing their own version of the No Dunks SQUAD! Rod, Evans, and Challenga come up with the following categories for their “new” NBA franchises: city, , branding, front office, concession stand item, and celebrity ambassador. You don’t want to miss what the guys came up with!
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!