[Awards]: Hoops Distillery 2022 NBA Podcast of the Year

2022 NBA Podcast of the Year voting has concluded and we have a winner! Thanks to the overwhelming participation of over 2700 voters from 33 countries via #NBATwitter, the No Dunks pod crushed the competition with 70% of the vote, and is our first back-to-back award winner.

The race was never close, but The Dunker Spot, Game Theory, and Poster Up pods all came out of the gates strong, followed by The Lowe Post and the Bill Simmons podcast. Then the storm hit. No Dunks fans came out in droves to stuff the ballot box, as they did last season, and laid waste the competition yet again to claim this year’s award.

The vast selection of quality NBA pods these days is staggering. So, as I always say, you’ve got to be real good to rise to the top and stay there, which the No Dunks crew has been able to do. The depth of knowledge, the consistency of high-quality content in various forms, their stellar chemistry, and overall love of the game, are a few of the key ingredients that make the pod a must listen and/or watch on YouTube.

BIG CONGRATULATIONS to the No Dunks pod! And congrats, as well, to all of the nominees for an impressive 2022 season. We will keep this tradition going each year to show our support for all the hard work that these podcast teams put in each season to keep us entertained and informed. In the meantime, keep listening and supporting all of these great shows!


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2021: No Dunks pod

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