It's been a boring day at the office. You've finished your daily quota of work and would do anything rather than wait for your shift to end and punch out from the time clock. Thus, you resort to the Internet to help you finish your shift. What would you rather do as a basketball fan that sates your appetite for the game?
Chances are, you turn to YouTube for some refreshing, insightful basketball content. After all, you are a fanatic follower of the NBA, and basketball is the primary sport you watch on television.
To help you out at such drab dull and boring times, we have compiled a list of YouTube channels worth subscribing to. These channels, taken together, will spice up your YouTube homepage feed with solid content worth watching. Without further ado, here are 10 channels you need to follow:
Note: These are not ranked.
Channel URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEjOSbbaOfgnfRODEEMYlCw
If you're looking for season-wise footage of a top offensive player, look no further than FreeDawkins, who is one of the most aggressive basketball fanatics on YouTube. With over 9400 videos already up and running, FreeDawkins (whose Twitter handle is DawkinsMTA) is one of the largest collections of basketball footage available on YouTube.
Dawkins specializes in uploading duels between individual players. But you'll also find footage of epic comebacks (he did a video of Kyrie and LeBron scoring 41 each in Game 5 of the 2016 NBA Finals, for instance), players taking over a specific game and play-by-play footage of some historically exciting NBA games.
Dawkins also goes vintage from time-to-time. Only last week, he uploaded a video of LeBron James destroying his competition in a high school dunk contest.