The Hoopsfix Podcast is the hub of British basketball discussion. Hosted by Sam Neter, founder of British basketball website Hoopsfix.com, and featuring guests ranging from players, to coaches and key influencers within the UK basketball community, it is one of the few places to get accurate, topical and thought provoking information on the British basketball landscape.
Making an easy transition into retirement from pro ball - with Joe Ikhinmwin - Ep. 105
For episode 105 of the Hoopsfix podcast, we sit down with England international and nine year pro, Joe Ikhinmwin.
Getting a BBL & WBBL franchise off the ground - with Jay Marriott - Ep. 104
For episode 104 of the Hoopsfix Podcast we sit down with Jay Marriott, CEO of Gloucester Sport, responsible for new WBBL franchise Gloucester Queens and potential BBL franchise Gloucester Kings.
How the love of the game keeps you playing into your 40's - with Jason Swaine - Ep. 103
For episode 103 of the Hoopsfix Podcast, we sit down with former England senior international and BBL pro, Jason Swaine.
Developing a performance pathway for British basketball - with Warwick Cann - Ep. 102
For episode 102 of the Hoopsfix Podcast, we sit down with Warwick Cann, the former Performance Pathways Co-ordinator and National Teams Director for GB and Basketball England.
Career pathways for British coaches - with Tim Lewis - Ep. 101
For episode 101 of the Hoopsfix Podcast we sit down with British coaching trailblazer Tim Lewis.
What happened to the London 2012 Olympics basketball legacy? Ep. 100
For Episode 100 of the Hoopsfix podcast, we do a deep dive into the London 2012 Olympic legacy, interviewing 8 different people who were in and around the British basketball programme.
A must listen
Sam doesn’t an amazing job covering British Basketball, he should be knighted!
Sam does a great job of covering the British basketball scene
Hands down, THE best podcast on British basketball. The love for British basketball (with all of its problems) shines through, the range of guests gives unrivalled insight into the game in Britain. Keep up the great work Sam!