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Every week Martin Rickman, Robby Kalland, and a special guest huddle up to talk through the compelling spectacle we all can’t get enough of — the NBA. But they aren’t discussing box scores, they’re diving head first into the culture and social narrative surrounding the game of basketball. They’re tapped into what makes the NBA the sports interest choice of millenials. Martin Rickman is Uproxx’s well-connected Sports Managing Editor, who got his start at SI. DIME Editor Robby Kalland came from CBS Sports and is a notable up and comer in sports journalism.

Episode 41: Kristen Ledlow

The Dime Podcast talks summer league ball with NBA TV/TNT host and commentator Kristen Ledlow.


The Dime Podcast Ep. 41: Kristen Ledlow Talks LeBron In L.A., Summer League, And More

07.12.18 1 week ago

The Dime Podcast Ep. 40: Talking Free Agency With Tim Bontemps

07.06.18 2 weeks ago

The Dime Podcast Ep. 38: Recapping The 2018 NBA Draft

06.22.18 4 weeks ago

The Dime Podcast Ep. 37: Let’s Talk About The Celtics And Other Things With DJ Bean

06.15.18 1 month ago

The Dime Podcast Ep. 36: Cassidy Hubbarth Talks About A Potential Gentleman’s Sweep In The NBA Finals

06.08.18 1 month ago

The Dime Podcast Ep. 35: Discussing The Absurd Bryan Colangelo Saga With Michael Levin

06.01.18 2 months ago

The Dime Podcast Ep. 34: Remembering Bo Churney And Discussing The Cavaliers With Justin Rowan

05.25.18 2 months ago

The Dime Podcast Ep. 33: The Playoffs, Fake Trades, And Much More With Sean Highkin

05.18.18 2 months ago

The Dime Podcast Ep. 32: LeBron James From High School To Now With Ryan Jones

05.10.18 2 months ago

The Dime Podcast Ep. 31: Seth Rosenthal On The New York Knicks And The Drake-Kendrick Perkins Beef

05.04.18 3 months ago

The Dime Podcast Ep. 30: Whitney Medworth On The NBA Playoffs And Definitely Not The Cleveland Browns

04.27.18 3 months ago

The Dime Podcast Ep. 29: CBS’ Adi Joseph Talks Anthony Davis And Some Early Playoff Surprises

04.20.18 3 months ago