10/21/16 – Investigating Injuries

In today’s Locked On Fantasy Basketball Show, brought to you by Fantrax, and Basketball Monster, I talked about injuries across the NBA and how things should play out for opening night. Intro music is a song by Sex Karate, called Gender Queer while The Side Bets close out the show with Haven’t You Heard. CXLMBIA also contribute their song Don’t Go to the mix, Continue Reading →

The Hoops Barometer – Do You Love What You See?

In this week’s installation of the Hoops Barometer, we’ll take a look at the power forward position. This is an overview of what has taken place in 2014 so far, and what to make of it in the future. We’ll look at two who are losing power, and two who have been charging up the leader boards.  Let’s look at Continue Reading →

The Curious Case Of Nicolas Batum

Nicolas Batum has had a dreadful season that has recently gotten worse. A career 45 percent shooter, Batum has managed a career low 39 percent from the field this season. Many owners have been waiting patiently for Batum to turn it around. As the wait has extended speculation about Batum’s play among fans and the media has grown. A recent Continue Reading →

The Hoops Barometer – Gasolve Your Problems

In this week’s installation of the Hoops Barometer, we’ll take a look at the center position. This is an overview of what has taken place in 2014 so far, and what to make of it in the future. We’ll look at two who have disappointed, and two who have been great.  Maybe you need to Gasolve your problems. When I Continue Reading →

The Hoops Barometer — Go Harden Or Go Home

In this week’s installation of the Hoops Barometer, we’ll take a look at the shooting guard position. This is an overview of what has taken place in 2014 so far, and what to make of it in the future. Go hard or go home. Shooting guard has been the source of some pretty nice surprises this year.  The three-pointer is Continue Reading →

What To Do With Kawhi Leonard

Kawhi Leonard

Kawhi Leonard, reigning Finals MVP, has been missing from our courts and fantasy rosters since December 15th, altogether too long without one of the most loved real-life and fantasy players in the league. If you have held onto him in your fantasy league, your frustration level is real, but there could be some hope on the horizon. Let’s start by Continue Reading →

Uh Oh, Spaghetti-Os — Kevin Durant Injured

Kevin Durant

Well, the (semi) unthinkable has happened for fantasy basketball managers, Oklahoma City Thunder fans, and lovers of basketball in general. Kevin Durant is hurt. In fact, he’s more than hurt. Durant is set to miss between six to eight weeks with a Jones fracture, a specific type of fifth metatarsal fracture. Disturbingly, the fifth metatarsal is the bone that Brook Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Mailbag — Derrick Rose, Kobe Bryant, And The Walking Wounded

Kobe Bryant

The Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Mailbag is back with issue three, and for this one, I’m going to tackle just one email, but there’s a lot to digest about the NBA’s injured players, so let’s get straight into it.

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 71: The Infirmary

Derrick Rose

In episode 71 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, I’m joined by Heath Tudor and Steve D’Silva and we discuss a pressing topic at the moment, NBA injuries. As well as discussing the horrible injury to Paul George and his replacements, we talk about the guys coming back from injury, including Derrick Rose, Kobe Bryant, Brook Lopez, Al Horford, Jrue Holiday Continue Reading →

It’s A Cruel, Cruel, World — Paul George Likely Out For The Season

Paul George

What a terribly cruel mistress sport can be? One day, Paul George is plying his trade with the best of the best, readying himself to represent his country with pride and honour. Nek minute (if you are unsure what that means, check the video below), he’s on a hospital bed awaiting surgery for a compound fracture to both his right Continue Reading →