GiveMeSport is the official media partner of the NBA in the United Kingdom, and we aim to here create a regular-ish podcast that UK fans can be proud of. Nothing gimmicky, just a conversation with NBA folk who know what they are talking about.
We aim to bring you high quality NBA news, views, analysis and stories via any medium possible. And so with that in mind, we are here introducing the second episode of The GiveMeSport NBA podcast.
Episode one features as its guest Marc Stein, New York Times senior writer. The topics covered are as follows:
00.31: How to pronounce (and spell) Marc Stein
01.23: How can Americans love football, and how can the British love the NBA?
04.32: A cold rainy Tuesday night against Bournemouth
08.57: How to promote the NBA in the UK
13.39: The American sports' franchise model versus the British need for local ties
18:40: How do the Utah Jazz slow James Harden?
22.37: Start Alec Burks?
24.07: Is Harden's playing style going to hinder the league down the road?
27.05: Is there a potential X-factor for the New Orleans Pelicans in reserve?
28.53: Don't call him Playoff Rondo....
32.52: Has the Golden State Warriors' defence slipped that little bit too far?
36.52: Is Paul George done in Oklahoma City?
40.19: How long will it take the Dallas Mavericks to find a path to competitiveness?
The GiveMeSport NBA Podcast is coming to all podcast apps and directories, and will also always be available here at GiveMeSport.com/NBA and at NBA.com/uk.
That roll-out has already begun; get the second episode here.
Also available on Spotify, Google Play, Pocketcasts, Podcast Addict and coming soon to iHeartRadio!
Enjoy, and please subscribe for all future episodes.