If They Were Starters: Unleash Kosta!

Kosta Koufos

In fantasy leagues, we all know about the studs, Steph Curry, Anthony Davis, LeBron James, James Harden. They’re owned in all leagues, but that’s not necessarily where you win a championship. It’s about making adjustments, grabbing players who are set to produce when their opportunity arises. So, I thought it would be a good idea to have a look at Continue Reading →

Ep. 132: Breaking – Chris Paul Is Good

Chris Paul

In episode 132 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, Chris Paul reminds us all of just how good he can be. With only two games on the docket, I go in depth a little more than usual, talking the Heat point guard situation with Mario Chalmers and Shabazz Napier having big nights, and Norris Cole dislocating his finger, Luol Deng Continue Reading →

Ep. 131: 37 Points And An IV Bag

kevin martin

In episode 131 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, the bubonic plague apparently swept through the NBA, but Kevin Martin was able to fight through it and post the line of the night. Timofey Mozgov and Giannis Antetokounmpo showed what they can do in proper minutes, Gorgui Dieng is a must own and Tony Parker continues to struggle. I talk Continue Reading →

All Wired Up: C’mon Guys, Iman Shumpert Is Still Available

Iman Shumpert

The NBA season has kicked off and knowing lots of fantasy owners, you’ll all be eager to action your trigger fingers and make a grab at free agents on your waiver wire from the get-go. In these “All Wired Up” posts, which I’ll endeavour to have up daily, I’ll look at the best performances from players who are on the waiver Continue Reading →

Deep Diving: Do We Really Need To Talk About Zaza Pachulia?

Zaza Pachulia

In these “Deep Diving” posts, which I’ll endeavour to have up daily, I’ll look at the best performances from players who are on the waiver wire in deeper leagues, leagues of over 14 teams. This doesn’t mean that these guys should only be picked up in leagues that deep, but more that they will likely be available in a wider array Continue Reading →

The Triple Ones: Mr. Thompson. I Think He’s Talking To You

Klay Thompson

If you listen to the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast enough, you would have heard me bang on about guys who can average one three-pointer, one steal, and one block per game — of which there were only two players last season, Paul Millsap and Wesley Johnson. The reason I am so focused on that sort of production is that Continue Reading →

Ep. 130: Everything’s Coming Up Millsap

Paul Millsap

In episode 130 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, Paul Millsap gets it done, but can’t beat the Lakers (that’s an odd sentence to type in 2014.) We had nice lines from the Utah backcourt of Alec Burks and Trey Burke, Jeremy Lamb leading the Thunder, a mini Eric Gordon resurgence and Kobe Bryant hitting the 32,000 point plateau. Tim Continue Reading →

Ep. 129: It’s All A Bit Easy For Anthony Davis

Anthony Davis

In episode 129 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, if it’s not Steph Curry, it’s Anthony Davis lighting up the box score. Matt Smith joins me and we start things out with a question about our favourite players, then get straight into talking about big nights from Davis, Markieff Morris, Alex Len, Timofey Mozgov, Darrell Arthur, Kosta Koufos, and Bojan Continue Reading →

All Wired Up: Who Shot? J.R.!

J.R. Smith

The NBA season has kicked off and knowing lots of fantasy owners, you’ll all be eager to action your trigger fingers and make a grab at free agents on your waiver wire from the get-go. In these “All Wired Up” posts, which I’ll endeavour to have up daily, I’ll look at the best performances from players who are on the waiver Continue Reading →

Deep Diving: The Annual Marreese Speights Explosion

Marreese Speights

In these “Deep Diving” posts, which I’ll endeavour to have up daily, I’ll look at the best performances from players who are on the waiver wire in deeper leagues, leagues of over 14 teams. This doesn’t mean that these guys should only be picked up in leagues that deep, but more that they will likely be available in a wider array Continue Reading →