Introducing: Uhh, Basketball?
StringerLabs is proud to announce Uhh, Basketball? a new podcast that focuses on the lighter side of the sport hosted by Katie Heindl and Sean Woodley.
Uhh, Basketball? is show predicated on the reality that when you get down to it, there is nothing that can't be tied back to basketball and that its most captivating, gut wrenching and occasionally infuriating moments happen off court. Join our brilliant hosts as they dive into everything except the final result on the scoreboard. Subscribe to Uhh, Basketball?: The podcast we’re pretty sure is about hoops.
The podcast is being launched on the Spreaker.com platform, a Voxnest company, a leader in the world of audio technology, podcast hosting and distribution. It joins a stable of podcasts in the StringerLabs family including Columbia House Party, Sportsfeld, Resting on Pretty, Open Era and The Stringer.
The podcast can be found on iTunes, Spotify and Spreaker (links below). The first episode will air on Thursday May 7th.
Spreaker :: https://bit.ly/uhhbasketball
Spotify :: https://bit.ly/uhh_basketball
About The Hosts:
Katie Heindl: Katie is a writer from Toronto whose bylines include Rolling Stone, The Athletic, VICE, Yahoo Sports and Canadian Art. She is a contributor at Dime Magazine and was embedded with the Toronto Raptors as the team's feature writer in a first in the league editorial strategy that featured a different writer for each month of the 2019-2020 season. She is a cohost of the women-led Dishes & Dimes podcast, a contributing host of Locked on Raptors and a regular guest on Yahoo's Raptors Over Everything, Sportsnet's 590 The FAN, and at Hoop Talks live events. She writes a weekly newsletter called BASKETBALL FEELINGS.
Sean Woodley: Sean is a freelance writer and broadcaster based in Hamilton, Ontario. He has been covering the Raptors for SB Nation's Raptors HQ since 2015, is the host of the daily "Locked On Raptors" podcast, and is a regularly heard voice on TSN 1150 Radio in Hamilton. He also co-authored a book on the Raptors' championship run called "We The Champs," and has a framed photo of the most talented Raptor of all time, Terrence Ross, hanging above his desk.