Most Added/Dropped: The Langston Galloway Hype Train Lurches Forward

Incessant churn of players on the bubble of rosters is the standard for fantasy basketball, so it is perhaps unsurprising that some of last week’s most added players appear on this week’s most dropped list. With that in mind, let me reiterate that understanding your team’s context is the key point when evaluating these moves. This is something that every Continue Reading →

Ep. 134: Why Would You Drop Tyson Chandler?

Tyson Chandler

In episode 134 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, Matt Smith joins me to talk Tyson Chandler‘s big night, as well as monstrous performances from Markieff Morris and DeMarcus Cousins. There was career night from Isaiah Canaan, an injury to Danilo Gallinari, as well as talk about Jabari Parker and Andrew Wiggins, Lou Williams and the wakening of Andre Drummond. Don’t Continue Reading →

Ep. 121: Go Pick Up Draymond Green

Draymond Green

In episode 121 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, it’s almost like déjà vu, as I give Steph Curry the line of the night and get on board the Draymond Green bandwagon. We also had a big breakout from Nets’ rookie Bojan Bogdanovic, comebacks from players who had owners ready to drop early in the season Jeremy Lin, Carlos Boozer Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 83: Los Angeles Lakers Preview

Kobe Bryant

In episode 83 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and our very own Heath Tudor (@Heath_Tudor), delve into the Los Angeles Lakers’ fantasy prospects. Heath and I talk about what’s happening with this hodge-podge Lakers’ roster, including the fantasy outlooks of Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Jeremy Lin, Carlos Boozer, rookie Julius Randle, and of course, Nick Young. Could this Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Rankings 2014-15: Head To Head — The Top 100

Jabari Parker

The weather is changing, and no matter where you are located on the planet, that only means one important thing — the NBA is getting closer to a return. As fantasy leagues begin to set draft dates, the months of September and October are key in preparing yourself as best you can before that critical day. Peruse these fantasy basketball Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 96: Stop! In The Name Of Kevin Love

Kevin Love

SATURDAY 1ST FEBRUARY 2014 THE BEST PLAYER EVER, TONIGHT Kevin Love, PF, Minnesota Timberwolves: 43 points (12-22 FG, 17-18 FT), 2 threes, 19 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 0 blocks, 3 turnovers Love did it again. He put on a clinic, but somehow wasn’t able to will his team over the line against Hawks. sSrprisingly, Atlanta is one team that Continue Reading →

The Peek Ahead – John Wall Will Light It Up

John Wall

GAMES ON MONDAY 20TH JANUARY 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 Wizards vs Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 64: Hollywood Knight

TUESDAY 31ST DECEMBER 2013 THE BEST PLAYER EVER, TONIGHT Brandon Knight, PG/SG, Milwaukee Bucks: 37 points (15/25 FG, 4/6 FT), 3 threes, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 4 steals, 0 blocks, 2 turnovers Knight has definitely been a surprise packet this year, well exceeding his preseason expectations. His scoring and rebounding have been fantastic, although owners were probably hoping for more Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 32: Happy Holidays

NBA is back! And so was James Harden, Eric Bledsoe, Spencer Hawes, Enes Kanter and Brook Lopez. Unfortunately we were without Chris Paul, Jameer Nelson, Kyle Korver, Nene, Tony Parker, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Tobias Harris, Caron Butler, Deron Williams, Kevin Garnett and Jeremy Lin. We also lost Jose Calderon to an ankle injury, of which there is no word on severity yet. And Ersan Ilyasova played only 12 minutes due Continue Reading →