About The Deep Two
We’re Sean and Dante, Melbourne’s most insightful and entertaining NBA podcasters. Since 2019, we’ve been releasing episodes weekly, tackling the biggest – and smallest – news from around the NBA. We’re masters of the audio form, but we’re also both writers, and we love using the written word to prognosticate and pontificate alongside the podcast. You can find every episode of the podcast and every article we’ve written right here.
We make up the editorial team at The Deep Two, and we have a fleet of writers who supply us with all the takes an NBA fan could ever ask for. Our writing covers NBA gameplay, decision making, fashion and culture, and we’re not shy about tackling the social issues the NBA faces either.
If you’re a longtime listener or reader, welcome to the site, and if you’re just finding us now, listen in and join The Deep Two family. We’ve built up a loyal following over the last two years thanks to our in-depth NBA knowledge and commitment to having a good time. We want you to consider the salary cap implications for taking on an albatross contract, but we also want you to laugh with us, cry with us and Deep Two with us.
Our NBA minds connected during a conversation about one-time Spur and EuroLeague legend, Nando de Colo. We cater to every NBA fan, and we leave no stone unturned. We’ll chat trades to reignite the Warriors dynasty and we’ll chat superstars and superteams. But we’ll also chat Derrick Jones Jr., Nic Batum and every niche role player for way too long.
From the Eastern Conference to the Western Conference, the Northwest Division to the Southeast Division, you can find everything you need to know about the NBA right here, in print and in your ears.
If you’d like to contribute, got a question you want us to answer on the podcast or just say hello, you can find us on social media or at email@example.com.
At the start of The Deep Two, we thought it’d be a great idea to get some photos together with a ball. We haven’t used them since our first post but trust us, we have a folder full of em.