Ep. 151 | DAL/GSW, defence and international prospects with Matt Parnell

The Phoenix Suns have slipped behind the horizon, the Golden State Warriors are battling the Dallas Mavericks and the playoffs keep rolling on. This week we welcome The Deep Two contributor Matt Parnell to run through the latest playoff action before turning our eyes to the return of playoff defence and the upcoming draft.

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Hosted by Dante and Sean (@SeanCarrollNBA), The Deep Two is a weekly NBA podcast that goes live weekly to talk about all things NBA-related from opening night all the way to the offseason. We hope you enjoy!

Ep. 150 | GSW/MEM, PHX/DAL and news recap

Well, the Memphis Grizzlies decided to beat the Golden State Warriors today. Can we blame Mike Brown? And on the topic of blaming, can we blame anyone for Ja Morant and Gary Payton II's injuries? After giving Sean some time with his team, we switch over the Phoenix Suns series where they comfortably put away the Dallas Mavericks but is it really that simple? And finally, we wrap things up by talking about the Brooklyn Nets offseason, the Atlanta Hawks/Ben Simmons rumours and more.

Ep. 149 | What’s next for the Brooklyn Nets and Chicago Bulls? Trae Young’s struggles

The first round is almost over and some big names have already been eliminated including Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving of the Brooklyn Nets, DeMar DeRozan and Zach LaVine of the Chicago Bulls as well as Trae Young of the Atlanta Hawks. In this episode, we break down where everything went wrong for these three teams and what they can do in the offseason to address their issues.


We're in the thick of the first round of the NBA playoffs (the most-watched first round since 2011) and boy do we have some incredible matchups on display. We break down the lacklustre performance by the Brooklyn Nets in a loss to the Boston Celtics, a surprising win by the New Orleans Pelicans over the Phoenix Suns and finally, the ever-exciting three quarters we get from the SeanBowl, Golden State vs Denver.

Ep. 147 | NOP/SAS, ATL/CHA, MIN/LAC and do we need the Play-In?

We're in the thick of the second-ever NBA Play-In tournament and while we had one very close matchup, the others haven't been as tight. In this episode, we run through everything that happened in the 9-10 matchups including the New Orleans Pelicans holding out against the San Antonio Spurs, the Atlanta Hawks destroying the Charlotte Hornets and the Minnesota Timberwolves winning an NBA title.


The Deep Two is an Australian-based podcast that talks about all things basketball. Established in 2019, hosts Dante and Sean run through everything happening in the NBA as well as run the accompanying blog. If you’d like to contribute, got a question you want us to answer on-air or just say hello, you can find us on social media or at deeptwopodcast@gmail.com