Cambodia has increased their interest in basketball in the past ten years. Pick-up games, friendly games, and titles games are now being played at local schools that have venues to support the event. Boys or girls of all ages are not a factor for the Cambodians, just for the love of the game.
It is also given that the international scene of basketball has grown popular in the country. Especially the NBA, where people nowadays are more conscious about statistics and in-depth details about their favourite teams and players. It’s a good thing that there are podcast shows that provide such entertainment for basketball fans. Here are some of the best podcasts for basketball worth listening to:
A podcast show that offers daily news and details about significant developments in the NBA, The Ringer was launched in 2016 and had an entire staff of 43. Their content area is primarily concentrated on pop culture, sports, and a few with politics and technology. The HBO Network is an initial investor in the podcast.
The Ringer ventured into a partnership with Vox Media, which renders advertising and technology. Vox Media gave access to its in-house publishing platform when they handled the advertising sales. The editorial staff of the Ringer voted to unionize alongside Writers Guild of America East and days later, the Ringer’s management voluntarily recognized it.
Formerly known as “The Basketball Jones,” The Starters is written and hosted by Australian Leigh Ellis, American Trey Kerby, and Canadians Tas Melas and Phil Elder (J.E. Skeets). The audio-only podcast is currently broadcasted on NBA TV and is also available on YouTube. The show is produced and edited by Canadians Matt Osten and Jason Doyle.
The show features a regular segment called “Wanker of the Week,” where it focuses on an NBA personality and discuss several topics and argued over it in a “lightning-round” format. It also paid attention to bloggers who maintained web pages of their respective NBA teams.
This podcast features amusing daily segments like “Two for the Road” and Rants of the Day,” and it presents an up-to-date commentary on the most critical sports issues, interviews with notable personalities, and point of view on the top stories.
Colin Cowherd hosts the show. He is a sports media personality who began his career in broadcasting as a sports anchor on some TV stations and as a sports director of Las Vegas television station KVBC before joining ESPN in 2003 where he hosted on the ESPN Radio Network for a radio show. Cowherd also became one of the ESPN’s television program SportsNation as one of the original hosts.
The Herd is Fox Sports’ top-rated studio program which was simulcast initially on ESPNU and ESPN Radio until Cowherd’s departure from the network. When Cowherd joined Fox Sports, the show transferred to the Premiere Networks-distributed Fox Sports Radio network.
This podcast show is hosted by Matt Norlander and Gary Parrish, who delivers reports, commentaries, statistical analyses, and insider details throughout college basketball. The show is CBS Sports’ official podcast for college basketball with an upscale entertainment and information.
The GSMC Podcast Network hosts a number of National Podcasts such as MMA Podcast, Women’s MMA Podcast, Football Podcast, Soccer Podcast, Entertainment Podcast, Health and Wellness Podcast, Technology Podcast, Relationship Podcast, Movie Podcast, Book Review Podcast, Bible Study Podcast, Music Podcast, Sports Podcast, and Basketball Podcast. Golden State Media Concepts’ Basketball Podcast provides information in all things basketball, from March Madness, college to NBA. The show discusses NBA drafts, NBA trades, and all topics on and off the court.
This podcast covers the NBA for Yahoo Sports’ platform The Vertical. Hosted by Chris Mannix, you will learn more information about the league and in-depth conversations with personalities that top the game. Chirs Mannix covered boxing and the NBA when he joined the Yahoo Sports from Sports Illustrated. Chris is also an NBA analyst and a sideline reporter for CSN New England.
Sekou Smith spent five years on the NBA Beat at the Indianapolis Star and another five more years doing covers for the Atlanta Hawks for the Atlanta Journal-Consultation. He joined the NBA.com company in November of 2009, and since then, the show gave its listeners all they need to know about the NBA.
Justin Cousart and Kevin Rafuse are the hosts of The Drive and Dish NBA Podcast. The two hosts love the game so much that they tackle the latest news around the league with their own personal view. The show discusses statistics, news, rumours, and fantasy basketball advice
ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski hosts The Woj Pod. It features almost everything about the NBA. The show has some breaking news reaction and analysis, coverage NBA’s significant events, in-depth conversations, calendar, and even remarkable events in NBA history.
Significant people in the league like, coaches, players, newsmakers and executives are some of the regular guests of The Woj Pod.
JJ Redick is a professional basketball player who plays starting point guard for the Los Angeles Clippers. He serves as a correspondent on Adrian Wojnarowski’s The Vertical platform. The show features a different approach in gathering and disseminating information about the ins and outs of the game. Coming from a professional athlete’s view, JJ brings the life of his co-players closer to the fans. This is a different kind of podcast as JJ chats with current basketball personalities and gives his own perspective about the league.
The Lowe Post is an NBA Podcast that talks about almost anything about the sport. Zachariah Ulysses Lowe hosts the show and delivers all you need to know about the NBA. He transitioned to reporting about basketball after covering the criminal justice system in Connecticut. Lowe is considered one of the principal columnists covering the league.
The Jump is hosted by Rachel Nichols and a cast of ESPN NBA Insiders and analysts that goes on schedule for the show. It caters a daily NBA discussion and debate on everything about the league.
NBA A to Z is a weekly podcast series that is hosted by Jeff Zillgitt and Sam Amick, two of the finest and most respected journalists in the industry. Each show is presented by what’s going on behind the scenes about your favourite teams. The hosts talk to the players, executives, and coaches to give you their stories.
There’s more than just watching our favourite basketball players play in the hardcourt. It includes in-depth analysis, interactions, statistics, and perspectives of the ins and outs of basketball. Podcasts are now modern radio, where you can access it anywhere with an internet connection. You can even enjoy reruns to look back at details you might have missed.
Podcasts are entertaining and very informative. Get hooked on it.