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Best Basketballanalytics podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Basketballanalytics podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Stephen Gentry, assistant coach at Illinois, joins the podcast for episode 33. This season, Illinois drastically changed their style and scheme on both the offensive and defensive side of the floor. We discussed the changes from the Spread offense to ball screens and from pressure/deny defense to pack line -- including how data played a role in the…
 
John Ezekowitz, a former analytics consultant for the Phoenix Suns, joins the podcast for episode 30. We discussed John's work experience with the Suns and a variety of basketball analytics topics: Intentional fouls against poor shooters, foul or defend up 3, the hot hand, momentum going into OT, and predicting the NCAA tournament. For more informa…
 
Baker Dunleavy, head coach at Quinnipiac, joins the podcast for episode 29. Last season, Quinnipiac ranked top 5 in shot selection with 88% of halfcourt shots coming at the basket or from three. We discussed the different ways that shot selection was achieved. Including: Recruiting shooters, spacing/X's & O's, and educating players. The HV+ shot se…
 
Edgar Walker joins the podcast for a different type of Solving Basketball episode. Edgar has been helping me behind the scenes for several months now with turning Hoop Vision into a sustainable business. In this episode, we discuss the story and business strategy behind Hoop Vision and why we decided to launch Hoop Vision Plus -- a paid newsletter …
 
Luke Yaklich, associate head coach at Texas, joins the podcast for episode 27. We discussed all things defense. The similarities and differences between college and the NBA, guarding the 3-point line vs Villanova, ball screen coverage, Texas Tech's no middle, measuring your defense, and communicating with players. For more information on Solving Ba…
 
Jon Scheyer, associate head coach at Duke, joins the podcast for episode 26. We discussed the evolution of Duke's scheme going back to Jon's national championship team in 2010 to now, the scouting decision to switch everything against Virginia's Blocker-Mover offense, and analytics. For more information on Solving Basketball and Jordan Sperber, fol…
 
Jonathan Safir, director of basketball operations at San Francisco, joins the podcast for episode 25. Jonathan coached against Gonzaga twice this season in WCC play, so we went in depth about scouting the Zags and some of USF's points of emphasis when preparing for them. For more information on Solving Basketball and Jordan Sperber, follow on Twitt…
 
Gibson Pyper, assistant coach at Cary Academy, re-joins for episode 24. The episode features an in-depth discussion of the x's and o's behind this weekend's Michigan-Michigan State game. Michigan State's offense without Nick Ward, Michigan's response to Michigan State's switches, and much more. For more information on Solving Basketball and Jordan …
 
Adrian Atkinson joins for episode #23. Adrian is a data scientist by trade who also happens to cover UNC basketball by combining both X's and O's and data. Some topics: The process for offensive and defensive team charting, Carolina's famous secondary break, the fit of Nassir Little, automated scouting reports, and more. For more info on Solving Ba…
 
Geoff Grammer, Sports Reporter for the Albuquerque Journal, joins for #22. The episode centers around CBB coverage and reporting. Some topics: How Geoff's news and crime background relates to basketball, using analytics in local media coverage, the NMSU and UNM rivalry dynamic, off the court athletic department reporting, and #drink. For more info …
 
Gibson Pyper, assistant coach at Cary Academy, re-joins for episode 20. The episode features an in-depth discussion of the x's and o's behind this weekend's Duke-Virginia game. We discuss the contrasting styles of the two teams, the adjustments made by the coaches, and much more. For more information on Solving Basketball and Jordan Sperber, follow…
 
Jeff Goodman, Basketball Analyst at Stadium, joins for #19. The episode includes plenty of analytics discussion - with Jeff switching roles at the end to ask Jordan some questions. But also: Jeff's pick-up scouting report, the process to interviewing head coaches on podcasts, the current CBB media landscape, and much more. For more info on Solving …
 
Eric Musselman, head coach at Nevada, joins for #18. Topics include: The use of stats by coaches long before the "analytics movement", communicating stats with players, the recent trend to more switching, Nevada basketball philosophy, and the impact of grad assistants. For more info on Solving Basketball and Jordan Sperber, follow on Twitter @hoopv…
 
Bart Torvik, creator of barttorvik.com, joins for episode #17. We got geeky about using analytics to evaluate the impact of specific players (like Duke without Tre Jones) and to rank teams. We also discussed what Bart has learned in his attempt to reverse-engineer the NET rankings so far this season and ended the episode with some fun examples of s…
 
Sam Vecenie, Senior Writer for The Athletic, joins for episode #16. Similar to episode #9, this episode is based around a draft. Sam and I drafted and discussed our top players in college basketball this season that are currently outside of Sam's top 100 NBA draft prospects. For more info on Solving Basketball and Jordan Sperber, follow on Twitter …
 
Neil Johnson, Sports Analytics Developer at ESPN, joins for episode #15. Neil has done a lot of work on using EYBL and other AAU stats to predict college performance. The episode revolves around that work, the traditional evaluation process, JUCO stats, and other basketball analytics and coaching topics. For more info on Solving Basketball and Jord…
 
Andy Schmitt, director of basketball operations at North Texas, joins for #14. The episode looks at the role of the "ops guy" on staff with a behind the scenes look at the logistics that go into a college basketball road trip. We also discussed in-game responsibilities and different stats that we have charted during games. For more info on Solving …
 
This episode revolves around the supposed "transfer epidemic". The pod includes a conversation with Leland King. Leland started his career at Brown before transferring to Nevada and then UCSB. We talked about the circumstances behind that and advice Leland would have for others. I also gave background on why so many transfer and looked at the NCAA'…
 
Jesse Bopp, assistant coach at FIU, joins for #12. The episode revolves around 3 topics: 1) Analytics vs Eye Test in evaluating recruits. We talked about a real debate from working together at NMSU about a recruit 2) FIU's style of play. In their 1st year on the job, they rank #2 in the country in pace. 3) Ball screen defense. We got technical on t…
 
Jesse Newell, a KU beat writer for the Kansas City Star, joins for episode 11. The episode is about Jesse's job as a beat writer and how he incorporates analytics and X's and O's into his writing. We also talk about the relationship between head coaches and beat/national writers and whether or not coaches read articles about their teams/opponents. …
 
John Gasaway, a college basketball writer for ESPN, joins for episode 10. The topic of the episode is the new NET rating and the NCAA selection process as a whole. John describes how the selection process would operate if he was NCAA commissioner and we discuss the NET and if the early season criticism is warranted. For more information on Solving …
 
Gibson Pyper, assistant coach at Cary Academy, joins for episode nine. The episode is based around the following scenario: In April, the NCAA switches rosters and randomly assigns players to each school. Coaches have until November to implement their styles in their new players. Given that hypothetical, Gibson and I each drafted our top 5 coaches -…
 
Zak Boisvert, assistant coach at Army, joins the podcast for episode eight. A week ago, Army played Duke at Cameron Indoor immediately following Duke's 34-point demolition of Kentucky. Zak went into detail on the scout and gameplan for that game vs. Duke -- as well as his general scouting framework. For more information on Solving Basketball and Jo…
 
Kyle Smith, head coach of the University of San Francisco Dons, joins the podcast for episode seven. The three main topics covered were: 1) Recruiting. We went in depth on recruiting inefficiencies at various school -- Saint Mary's, Michigan, San Francisco, New Mexico State, etc. 2) Coaching the Princeton Offense. We talked about why the offense is…
 
Rob Dauster, Lead Writer and Managing Editor for College Basketball Talk, joins the podcast for episode six. Topics covered include: Transitioning from D3 player to blogger to national writer, pick-up scouting reports for other national writers, skill ball vs small ball, #DausterMath, and a deep dive (starting at 24:00) into both Kentucky and Duke …
 
The number one question we've received since starting the podcast is: "How do I get started working for a college basketball team?" In this episode, we answered that question. The pod starts with Jordan's personal story from starting a blog to being hired by Nevada and NMSU. Then Rafi Goldman (graduate assistant at Tulane University) and Justin Tab…
 
Jordan Caroline, a senior forward for Nevada basketball, joins the podcast for episode four. Topics covered include: Playing in high school with Ben Simmons and D'Angelo Russell, transferring from Southern Illinois to Nevada, the Scout Team, developing his three-point shot, defending Mo Bamba in the NCAA tournament, this year's loaded Nevada team, …
 
Chris Jans, the head coach of New Mexico State men's basketball, joins Jordan for episode three. Topics covered include: The 1998 NJCAA national title and how Jans' coaching style has evolved since, Wichita State stories from the Final 4 run, the use of analytics in Jans' program, coaching and emphasizing rebounding, "Jans-isms", and more. For more…
 
Kory Alford, UCLA men's basketball video and analytics coordinator, joins Jordan for episode two. Topics covered include: Kory's transition from a player to an analytics role, communicating analytics with coaches (including his dad) and players, UCLA and Lonzo Ball's historic 2017 offensive season, Thomas Welsh's three-point shooting development, i…
 
In the opening episode, Ken Pomeroy comes on as "Coach Pomeroy" to build out his coaching philosophy as if he was running a Division 1 program. Some topics discussed include: Recruiting, Style of Play, Scheduling, Scouting, In-Game Strategy, and Post-Game Stats. For more information on Solving Basketball and Jordan Sperber, follow on Twitter @hoopv…
 
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