Ep. 364: New Orleans Pelicans Season Preview

In episode 364 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, in association with Basketball Monster, Matt Smith of RotoWire joins me to talk all things New Orleans Pelicans. Check out the music by Heavy Chevy to end the show, a song called Stepping Out. Before we get into the Pelicans, Matt & I talk recency bias, as well as our ideal settings for Continue Reading →

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 →

Ep. 104: New Orleans Pelicans Preview

Anthony Davis

In episode 104 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and Heath Tudor (@Heath_Tudor) delve into the New Orleans Pelicans’ fantasy prospects. Of course, the main topic of conversation is Anthony Davis and where he slides given the injury to Kevin Durant, but he isn’t the only intriguing option on this young team. Jrue Holiday is bouncing back after an injury derailed Continue Reading →

The Peek Ahead — Look out for Trevor Ariza

Trevor Ariza

GAMES ON SATURDAY 1ST MARCH Each day after looking back on the games of the day, I will 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. MATCHUPS TO EXPLOIT John Wall, PG, Washington Continue Reading →

Episode 17: Alexis Ajinca Watch Has Begun

Alexis Ajinca

In episode 17 of the podcast, I discuss the injury to Anthony Davis and the opportunity for Alexis Ajinca to shine, as well as Jordan Hamilton excelling in his new digs and Andre Drummond‘s marvellous performance. Here is my FanDuel lineup for Thursday PG – Brandon Knight PG – Deron Williams SG – Randy Foye SG – Tim Hardaway Jr. Continue Reading →