Ben Taylor, creator of the popular YouTube channel Thinking Basketball (and author of Thinking Basketball the book) goes deeper on basketball analysis, history, philosophy and theory with co-host Cody Houdek, and a variety of guests ranging from journalists to former players. Ideal for fans interested in Xs and Os, stats & analytics, coaching and team strategy and adjustments, in-depth breakdowns on player strengths and weaknesses, and who is better and who is best in the NBA. (GOAT debates!) Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thinking-basketball/support
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I need that Kelly Olynyk section
Really needs timestamps. They tend to ramble on in the beginning before getting to the actual topic
WILL YOU MARRY Me COdy
Kyle Mann + Cody Houdek = Pure Magic!
Only basketball pod u really need to listen too, perfect balance of fun but really knowing basketball and not just saying stupid hot takes to get people to listen, using numbers and analytics but also understanding that is not the only thing
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Thinking Basketball launched 6 years ago and published 253 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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