StratPinion – Finding Free Agent Value

Without good numbers to look at, it can be difficult to figure out when it is time to cut a player, or just to figure out what player you should pick up. There are so many variables to consider, including playing time and how the different players could affect your team. In games like fantasy football it is a black Continue Reading →

Waiver Wire Weekly Watch: January 26th-31st — Hey, Mr. D.J.

D.J. Augustin

Welcome all to the third installment of the Waiver Wire Weekly Watch, where each week we take a look at some players owned in less than 20 percent of ESPN leagues that might be worth taking a look at. It was a pretty crazy week last week with superstars going down for the season, other superstars opting to delay surgery, Continue Reading →

Ep. 120: Who Would You Drop For Solomon Hill?

Solomon Hill

In episode 120 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, I’m joined by Marc Roberts of RotoWire.com and we discuss Solomon Hill and the Pacers’ injuries, amoung the other happenings in the NBA. Steph Curry and Anthony Davis battled it out for the line of the night, and there were also big lines from Aaron Brooks, and of course, Solomon Hill. Continue Reading →

Deep Diving: Aaron Brooks Raises An Eyebrow

Aaron Brooks

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 “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 Continue Reading →

Ep. 116: I Wish He Scored 32 Points

In episode 116 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, it feels like deja vu, as I’m discussing James Harden and another ridiculous box score. There are more Thunder injuries to talk about with Perry Jones III not able to return and Reggie Jackson and Serge Ibaka nursing ankle problems, as well as Jonas Valanciunas getting his face smashed for the Raptors. Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 96: Chicago Bulls Preview

In episode 96 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and Steve D’Silva (@sdsi1) delve into the Chicago Bulls’ fantasy prospects. Steve and I break down the Bulls’ fantasy prospects and given that we both follow the Bulls fervently, we try our best to keep any homerism at bay. We talk the big stories, Derrick Rose‘s return, the addition of Pau Gasol, Continue Reading →

The Peek Ahead — Lob City

Chris Paul

GAMES ON TUESDAY 15TH APRIL Let’s spend a little time having a ‘peek ahead’ of what to look for in the coming day’s games. I will name one player from each position who is likely to exceed their usual production given their upcoming matchup, as well as guys available on the waiver-wire to help you in specific categories. Disclaimer: With only two games left Continue Reading →

The Peek Ahead — Do You Wanna Noah Secret?

Joakim Noah

GAMES ON WEDNESDAY 9TH APRIL Let’s spend a little time having a ‘peek ahead’ of what to look for in the coming day’s games. I will name one player from each position who is likely to exceed their usual production given their upcoming matchup, as well as guys available on the waiver-wire to help you in specific categories. MATCHUPS TO EXPLOIT Brandon Jennings, PG, Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 57: Pardon Me, Roy

roy hibbert

In episode 57 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball podcast, I discuss the vile performance of Roy Hibbert, juxtaposd against big nights from Stephen Curry and P.J. Tucker.  I also discuss the Minnesota Timberwolves’ inury situation and the sad state of affairs with Dante Cunningham. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast here or in iTunes here. I’d really appreciate it you Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 26: Have A Wowwipop!

Terrible news for Chicago Bulls and NBA fans in general with the news of Derrick Rose needing surgery to repair the meniscus in his knee. To go along with that, Eric Bledsoe is still out and now James Harden has been ruled out for two games with the foot issue that has been bothering him all year. There are a number of other injury Continue Reading →