6/19/17 – Houston Rockets Season In Review/Fultz/PG13

In today’s Locked On Fantasy Basketball Show, brought to you by Lord Time Pieces, Blue Apron, Zip Recruiter, SeatGeek, ProFlowers, and Basketball Monster, I recapped the Houston Rockets’ 2016-17 season, and discussed the Markelle Fultz and Paul George news. Support me and the show at Patreon.com/RedRock_bball Intro music is a song by Sex Karate, called Gender Queer while The Side Bets close out the show with Haven’t Continue Reading →

9/12/16 – Houston Rockets Season Preview

In today’s Locked On Fantasy Basketball Show, brought to you by Fantrax, and Basketball Monster, I was joined by Ben DuBose of Locked On Rockets to discuss the Houston Rockets’ 2016/17 season. 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 Continue Reading →

Ep. 605: Houston Rockets Season In Review

In episode 605 of the Red Rock Basketball Monster Podcast brought to you by Fantrax and bballer224, the Houston Rockets imploded, but there is hope for a recovery. 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, as does Continue Reading →

Ep. 366: Houston Rockets Season Preview

In episode 366 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, in association with Basketball Monster, Benyam Kidane of Believe The Hype joins me and we talk Houston Rockets. Check out the music by Heavy Chevy to end the show, a song called Stepping Out. We cover James Harden, the Ty Lawson trade, the potential breakout of Donatas Motiejunas, as well as Continue Reading →

Ep. 331: Houston Rockets — Season In Review

In episode 331 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, Nico Miatello and I cast an eye over the Houston Rockets’ 2014-15 season, highlighting some fantasy take-home points. Check out the music by Heavy Chevy to end the show, a song called Stepping Out. We all know about James Harden, but about some under the radar players like Patrick Beverley Continue Reading →

Josh Smith: Smoother Than Ever

Josh Smith

In one of the most bizarre turns in fantasy narrative this season, Josh Smith went from a laughingstock, left languishing on the waiver wire, to suddenly a must-own, multi-category phenom. Josh Smith’s versatility has always been known, but similar to Rajon Rondo and Elfrid Payton, most owners just decided that the crazy inefficiencies just weren’t enough to offset the positives Continue Reading →

Deep Diving: The Canaanball Run

Isaiah Canaan

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: James Harden Plays Defense?

James Harden

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 →

Deep Diving: Jason Terry Takes Off

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 →

2013-14 NBA Western Conference Preview Part One – Busts, Sleepers and Super-Sleepers

Now that the Eastern Conference is in the rear view mirror, it’s time to move onto the West. Generally considered to be the stronger conference, but does that matter for fantasy. Slightly, in that there will be less resting of players toward the end of the season as the teams battle each other for playoff spots and seedings. Before we Continue Reading →