Fantasy Basketball Dynasty Rankings — 2014/15

DeMarcus Cousins

Early on in this offseason, I posted my initial fantasy basketball rankings — the Red Rock 150. Obviously, since free agency and the draft have now taken place, there will be changes to those ranks, which will come later on this year. For now though, I’m targeting the hardcore fantasy players and presenting the first edition of the Red Rock Fantasy Continue Reading →

The Case Against — Michael Carter-Williams

Michael Carter-Williams

Throughout the offseason, I, along with Matt Smith, have written some articles highlighting guys that we are high on for this upcoming season — Kawhi Leonard, Kyrie Irving and DeMarre Carroll. You can find the archives for those stories here. But here, I’m gong to go in the opposite direction and talk about a guy that I will be avoiding Continue Reading →

Las Vegas Summer League Day 10 — It’s Donatas Motiejunas’ World And We’re Just Living In It

Donatas Motiejunas

Well, the two semi-finals of the Las Vegas Summer League were played today, leaving us now with just two teams to compete in tomorrow’s final. On the back of another big performance from Donatas Motiejunas, the Houston Rockets will take on the Sacramento Kings for the somewhat meaningless title of Summer League champion. Day Nine — Sunday July 20th Winners Donatas Continue Reading →

Las Vegas Summer League Day 9 — Winners And Losers

Glen Rice Jr

As festivities begin to wind down in Las Vegas, and the Summer League edges towards to naming a champion, we are still getting a number of eye-opening performances as well as thrilling finishes, including Glen Rice Jr.’s monster game in a triple-overtime victory for the Wizards. Day Eight — Saturday July 19th Winners Tim Hardaway Jr. — It was a Continue Reading →

Las Vegas Summer League Day 7 — Winners And Losers

Russ Smith

The NBA’s version of the Sweet Sixteen was played out today and some interesting performances were had by a number of players. Second-round draft choice Russ Smith of the Pelicans showed once again that he can be a NBA player in the not-too-distant future. Day Seven — Thursday July 17th Winners Russ Smith — Smith, in addition to scoring 19 Continue Reading →

Las Vegas Summer League Day 6 — Winners And Losers


With the tournament portion of the Las Vegas Summer League kicking into action Wednesday, it’s time to look back at the great, and not-so-great performances from Day Six in the desert, including a novel use of a 6’11″ point guard in the Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo. Day Six — Wednesday July 16th Winners Gorgui Dieng — Dieng had his best Summer Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 69: Free Agency Winners And Trevor Ariza

Trevor Ariza

In episode 69 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, I’m joined by Jordan Lloyd (@mad_rooter) and we break down all of the moves in free agency so far, including Trevor Ariza to Houston and the big one, LeBron James back to Cleveland. Jordan and I go back and forth on our thoughts on the best and worst signings, decidedly differ on Ariza’s Continue Reading →

Charlotte Abuzz With Lance Stephenson Signing

Lance Stephenson

This offseason has been a little screwy. No, scratch that. A lot screwy. And there haven’t been many more confusing issues than the plight of Lance Stephenson. Stephenson broke out last season, assuming the mantle as the Pacers’ starting shooting guard and having his best season to date, actually leading the NBA in triple doubles for the season. As a Continue Reading →

Las Vegas Summer League Day 5 — Winners And Losers

Doug McDermott

We’re five days into the Las Vegas Summer League and I’ve decided it would be a good idea if I looked back at the play during the day and pointed out a few notable and not so notable performances of the day, including another big night from Doug McDermott. Day Five — Tuesday July 15th Winners C.J. McCollum — McCollum, Continue Reading →

2014 Orlando Summer League Recap Part 2: The Duds

Aaron Gordon

The 2014 Orlando Summer League was beneficial and kind to a handful of players as discussed here, but it was also a tournament to forget for a select few. Lackluster performances, hampered by putrid shooting, Aaron Gordon the 4th pick of the 2014 NBA Draft kicks us off. Aaron Gordon 2014               GP MIN PTS Continue Reading →