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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.

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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 as NBA All Star Kemba Walker and former Villanova Wildcat Corey Fisher.His sons followed suit carving out respectable careers on the hardwood both as players for St. Raymond H.S. and all throughout the AAU circuit. They played with some of the fiercest kats of their era. Names like Andre Barrett, Kenny Satterfield, Ron and Daniel Artest to name a few. Karl Jr. (also known as C. Nick), was said to be one of Ron Artest's toughest opponents (by the man himself). Pauli, the consummate NY Point Guard, held his own and took full advantage of the opportunities the game has yielded him. On this episode we get into a dope conversation with our first basketball family. Coach Nick, C-Nick and Pauli... The Nickerson Boys!Mix & Mastering courtesy of DJ Trends (https://soundcloud.com/djtrends)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support
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 school in the Bronx where he led them to back to back Catholic High School championship finals taking home the chip in their first appearance.  He proceeded to earn a college scholarship and play for Iona College where he became the first player in Iona history to record four straight 100+ assist seasons. While there he also earned three MAAC All-Academic Selections and graduated with an accounting degree. Today he's the head coach of the All Hallows Varsity basketball team, math teacher and active participant in his father, Bob McCullough's, Each One Teach One program. On this episode of Dribble N' Dimes... Marvin McCulloughIntro/Outro Credit: Mix & Mastering courtesy of DJ Trends (https://soundcloud.com/djtrends)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support
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 forth.Happy listening!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support
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 walked those halls. As a student athlete at St. Raymond's he beasted! With his grit and leaping ability he excelled mightily racking up all sorts of rebounds and monstrous dunks. He chose to attend Fairfield University on an athletic scholarship, shutting down offers from programs such as Wake Forest and Tennessee.On this episode of Dribble N' Dimes we sit down with the current Chair of the Guidance Department and St. Raymond H.S. legend Mr. Gregory Scott.Intro/Outro Credit: Mix & Mastering courtesy of DJ Trends (https://soundcloud.com/djtrends)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support
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, coach Ramos would subsidize $5 from the cost of the uniform for every completed dunk. Needless to say he earned his uniform and finished his time at St. Dominic balling out!When it came time to choose a high school, he side stepped St. Rays to attend All Hallows where he dominated. Regretfully, in his junior season he passed up on committing early to a few D1 mid majors that later resulted in many of his scholarship offers drying up due to a serious foot injury.Thankfully, he was offered academic dollars to attend  Iona college. Once there he was able to walk onto the Iona Gaels men's team. That set the stage for him to live his dream of playing D1 basketball and ultimately graduating as an IT professional.On this episode of Dribble N' Dimes hear the basketball story of Randy Williams.Intro/Outro Credit: Mix & Mastering courtesy of DJ Trends (https://soundcloud.com/djtrends)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support
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 members of the infamous And1 Mixtape Tour. Through the tour he was able to travel the world showing off his ball handling mastery while embarrassing the opposition. He was also able to Today he spends his time training and developing up and coming hoopers across the NYC. On this episode of Dribble N' Dimes we sit with the homie Shane "Dribble Machine" Woney.Mix & Mastering courtesy of DJ Trends (https://soundcloud.com/djtrends)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support
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
Episode 21 - Howie Harrison

Episode 21 - Howie Harrison

2019-04-1701:42:34

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 hooping and slaying the academics. A graduate of UMass Amherst he went on to earn several post graduate degrees and a slew of certifications. Today he's an assistant coach at Hostos Community College and serves as both the Supervisor of Phys Ed and Assistant Athletic Director for the city of Newburgh's school district.On this episode of Dribble N' Dimes we welcome Howie Harrison.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support
Episode 20 - Matt Augustin

Episode 20 - Matt Augustin

2019-04-1001:41:11

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 phenoms like Terrence Rencher and Carl Krauser and knew early that he would make a name for himself with that same rock. In high school he was regarded as the heart and soul of his team. Teammates nick named him Matt Lock for his tenacious D and never back down attitude. In 2001 he played an integral role in St. Raymond's championship run and impressed onlooking collegiate coaches enough to earn an athletic scholarship.Get comfy as we take you through the basketball journey of Matt Augustin on this episode of Dribble N' Dimes.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support
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 of Basketball podcast!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support
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Marvin McCullough

Great episode

Mar 31st
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Marvin McCullough

That was good

Mar 31st
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