Dribble N’ Dimes

Dribble N’ Dimes

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Conversations exploring the stories and experiences that help shape New York Tri-State area basketball. The Mecca of tri-state area hoops podcast drops every Wednesday with new episodes. Website: www.dribblendimes.com Follow us on… - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dribblendimes - Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/dribblendimes For advertising inquiries: [email protected] Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support


30 - Jarrett T. Lockhart (former Univ. of Pittsburgh Player)
Jun 26 • 103 min
The son of a former NBA draftee, this Sweden born Bronxite established a reputation for himself as a fierce hoops competitor throughout NYC. His stock rose quickly and as a result he became the youngest player ever to attend one of the more prestigious…
29 - Jose “Chucky” Martin (Univ. of South Carolina)
Jun 19 • 85 min
Yankee stadium’s lights turned the attention of passerby’s onto his neighborhood court. Crowds would form and from there our guest and his boys would put on a show to hear them cheer. From these humble beginnings this Puerto Rican kid started to generate…
28 - Karl, C-Nick & Pauli (The Nickerson Boys)
Jun 12 • 102 min
This trio’s basketball roots can be traced back to the patriarch’s days at Cardozo H.S. where he was the school’s first ever basketball MVP and team captain. He’s also been an integral part in the development of several NYC area basketball standouts such…
27 - Marvin McCullough (Iona College MBB)
Jun 5 • 96 min
His family members were some of the baddest mother flowers balling throughout NYC in their day. His dad not only played professionally in the NBA, but was one half of the duo that started the Rucker Pro Tournament. This Harlemite attended All Hallows high…
26 - Talkin That Ish (feat. Los)
May 29 • 66 min
Being a hoops fan there’s a lot of angst, love and war that is spewed! The boys are back to talk that wholesome basketball SHIT and debate things every basketball fiend is thinking about. The homie Los joins Digi and the Poet for another candid back and…
25 - Greg “Scott2Be” Scott
May 22 • 95 min
He’s spent time working to improve our inner city community through his work in the social services. For over 25 years he has been a part of St. Raymond High School’s administration mentoring, teaching, coaching and guiding the many students who have…
24 - Randy Williams (All Hallows H.S./Iona College)
May 15 • 97 min
He first hit the hardwood when he joined the St. Dominic middle school basketball team. He recalls coaches George Ramos and Larry Villar being the reasons why he fell in love with the game. Money was tight, so in order to afford his middle school uniform,…
23 - Shane “The Dribble Machine” Woney (And1 Mixtape)
May 8 • 102 min
Raised in the Edenwald Projects of the Bronx this hoop star bounced around between the streets and basketball to earn his keep. At the Rucker he earned his moniker “The Dribble Machine” which paved the way for an opportunity to be one of the original…
22 - The Block Boys (feat. Los)
Apr 24 • 95 min
On this episode your beloved hosts sit down with childhood friend and Dribble N’ Dimes supporter Los to argue, debate and inevitably talk our shit on all things basketball. YOU’RE WELCOME 😆 —- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support
21 - Howie Harrison
Apr 17 • 103 min
This brother has his Harlem swag on 100,000! He came up playing ball via the Gauchos program traveling all over the country. He left Harlem for boarding school in Massachusetts attending the Bement school and Williston Northampton School while both…
20 - Matt Augustin
Apr 10 • 102 min
Right off the 6 train in the Boogie Down is where this lockdown defender was raised. The son of St. Lucian parents, he was taught early to appreciate what he was given and to extract lessons from the adversity he faced. He grew up surrounded by basketball…
19 - G. Moody Returns
Apr 3 • 76 min
We’re joined once again by Brooklyn’s finest! G. Moody stops by to get into some real deal NYC hoops talk. We also get the update on his FIVE STAR podcast “This That & The Third” and so much more. Get your hoops serving NOW with your homies from the Mecca…
18 - Jerry McCullough
Mar 27 • 103 min
This cat was around the game of basketball from an early age. The park was his home and where he got nice with his. You could find him hooping his tail off at the Gauchos gym and at Rice High School for coach Lou Demello. He was considered by his coaches…
17 - Ricardo Greer
Mar 20 • 70 min
Tragedy struck this young man’s family at a tender age when his mother unexpectedly passed away. Thanks to his older sister taking on the motherly role plus with the help of his extended family he was able to persevere, hone his skills and flourish as a…
16 - Dana Dingle
Mar 13 • 160 min
When he wasn’t break dance battling in building lobbies with his boys, this kid could be found roaming Parkchester playing the game of baseball. In the height of the crack era his parents decided to send him to a nearby Catholic high school to help…
15 - Coach Jorgé Lopez (St. Raymond H.S. Varsity)
Mar 6 • 117 min
His passion for coaching awoke when a group of local Wash Heights kids needed a coach to enter a tournament and they asked him to commit. From that spark he made his way up the local coaching ranks which set him up for the opportunity to enter the family…
14 - J.R. Gamble
Feb 27 • 91 min
Season 2 starts NOW! As a child this St. Albans native carried the nickname “stats” for his spongelike ability to memorize, calculate and dictate sports statistics at the drop of a dime. He parlayed this fascination with sports into a career as a sports…
13 - “Halftime” End of Season 1
Jan 2 • 12 min
It’s unbelievable that Dribble N’ Dimes was born just a few short months ago. After 12 episodes we’re taking a small hiatus to retool and re-up! We thank you for your listenership and look forward to serving up some fly content soon. In the meantime we…
12 - Absolutely x Dribble
Dec 26, 2018 • 62 min
On this episode of Dribble N’ Dimes we sit with White Plains Road Alumni Daybar Is Open to talk about basketball in India and a whole bunch of Millennial-istic debates. —- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support
11 - Peter Mulligan
Dec 19, 2018 • 81 min
He grew up 4 blocks away from Rice High School in Harlem, but chose St. Raymond because of the adventure it offered. Considered the consummate blue collar player, he used his full arsenal of skills and basketball IQ to adapt and play alongside a slew of…
10 - Rickey Rivers
Dec 12, 2018 • 97 min
As a teen the streets of Brownsville Brooklyn tempted him to head in the wrong direction. Luckily, he connected with the father of Brooklyn basketball, Mr. Gil Reynold’s, which put him on the path toward All American honors as a player at Lamar College.…
9 - Vohn Hunter
Dec 5, 2018 • 72 min
This Bronx native attended St. Raymond H.S. The son of former Harlem Globetrotter Bobby Hunter, he excelled mightily on the court and was regarded as a reliable bucket getter throughout his high school career. So much so that you can find his name among…
8 - Felipe Lopez (a.k.a. Miguelito Jordan)
Nov 28, 2018 • 78 min
He arrived to the South Bronx not knowing the English language. He frequently walked past crack infested blocks to attend Rice High School. Through hard work and determination he learned the language and dominated the basketball landscape. He racked up…
7 - Coach Massaroni & R.J. Davis
Nov 21, 2018 • 57 min
Last season Archbishop Stepinac H.S. took home the NY CHSAA boys championship and then went on to Glen Falls to win the NY State Federation chip. Since his appointment as head coach in 2015, Patrick Massaroni and his staff have taken Stepinac basketball…
6 - Digi & The Poet (a.k.a. The Montilla Bros)
Nov 14, 2018 • 71 min
The hosts of Dribble N’ Dimes crack open some whiskey and get into that good old NY basketball talk. They go through a series of random rants, drop a gang of names, and talk some Knickerbockers. Mix & Mastering courtesy of DJ Trends…
5 - Mike “Da Mayor DP” Jones
Nov 7, 2018 • 73 min
He’s known in Wash Heights as da Mayor. He’s helped assemble a number of streetball legends who’ve put on the Dominican Power jersey and gone to war for Dominicans on the court. As the coach of DP he led the team to the 2006 Dyckman Tournament…
4 - Nesta Felix
Oct 31, 2018 • 87 min
We sit down with former Iona College athlete and current women’s head basketball coach of the Westchester Community College Vikings, Nesta Felix. We learn about her basketball journey, the New Flex Hoops program she runs and the numerous chips she’s been…
3 - Jaime Peterson
Oct 24, 2018 • 125 min
Manny Digital and Emilio the Poet talk basketball with former Pitt Panther, international pro hooper and Dominican descendant Jaime Peterson. We learn about what drove him to persevere through homelessness, earned him athletic scholarships to remarkable…
2 - Gerald Moody a.k.a. G. Moneti
Oct 17, 2018 • 110 min
In this episode we sit down with the 3x podcast co-host of the year from the Michael Rapaport Podcast to hear his stories of World B. Free and how he fell in love with the game of basketball. He tells us about how he met and played with Queens legend…
1 (Part 2) - Darren “Mr. Q” Quinlan a.k.a. Buck
Oct 10, 2018 • 62 min
We continue with the final part of Mr. Q’s story. He shares the challenges and opportunities that led to him hanging up his basketball kicks to focus on developing the youth of the Bronx. Mix & Mastering courtesy of DJ Trends…
1 (Part 1) - Darren “Mr. Q” Quinlan a.k.a. Buck
Oct 3, 2018 • 61 min
We kick off the Dribble N’ Dimes podcast with Long Island basketball standout and former St. Bonaventure Bonnie Darren “Mr. Q” Quinlan. Mr. Q walks us through his basketball journey and how he transitioned into becoming a vessel to help develop, empower…
0 - We Got Next! (Intro)
Sep 6, 2018 • 2 min
Wondering what Dribble N’ Dimes is about? Here’s a quick primer. Be sure to follow us on @dribblendimes across Instagram, Twitter and Youtube. —- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support