11/1/16 – The Letters Of St. Paul

chris paul

In today’s Locked On Fantasy Basketball Show, brought to you by Fantrax, Seat Geek, and Basketball Monster, I looked back at Chris Paul‘s exemplary performance in leading the Clippers to a 3-0 start. 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. 356: Rotations — Part Two

In episode 356 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, Marc Roberts is back, and we look at more positional battles and rotations in the NBA. Check out the music by Heavy Chevy to end the show, a song called Stepping Out. We cover off the Sixers’ battle between Tony Wroten and Isaiah Canaan, the Celtics’ front and backcourt, as well as Continue Reading →

Ep. 237: The Phantom Of Oklahoma City

Russell Westbrook

In episode 237 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, brought to you by SideLeague, Matt Smith and Russell Westbrook returned, and Russ led the Sixers and the NBA in a rendition of “Simply The Best” – mask and all. Check out the music by Heavy Chevy to end the show, a song called Stepping Out. SideLeague is a mobile-only Continue Reading →

Isaiah Canaan Is A Splash Move

Isaiah Canaan

The brand new starting point guard for the Philadelphia Sixers is preparing to make a case to be the hottest pickup of the season’s second half. Isaiah Canaan didn’t get very much playing time with the contending Rockets during his time there, mainly dominating the D-League, but when given the opportunity to be a starter for the Rockets, he averaged 12.6 Continue Reading →

Waiver Wire Weekly Watch: Post-All-Star Edition

The NBA Trade Deadline is right up there with my birthday and Christmas on my list of favorite holidays so I was very ready to see which players would be changing addresses this afternoon. Rumors had been flying around all week about a few A-List players, but those rumors fly around every season, and usually the trade deadline comes and Continue Reading →

Deep Thoughts: Isaiah Canaan

Isaiah Canaan

Disclaimer: I started writing this series because I couldn’t find enough content relevant to my favorite league, which is a 20 team dynasty. Each week I’ll profile one or two young, high upside players who are currently owned in less than one percent of ESPN leagues. While some may break out this season, most will need a little more time, Continue Reading →

Ep. 136: Mo Money, Mo Williams

Mo Williams

In episode 136 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, I’m glad there are games back to talk about, as Mo Williams returns from illness to put a knife in the Lakers’ heart. We also had the long-awaited return of Russell Westbrook and David West, great nights from Nikola Mirotic, Jared Sullinger and Zach LaVine, and Goran Dragic struggled once more. Injuries 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 →

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 →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 99: Houston Rockets Preview

In episode 99 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and Matt Smith (@SmanSports) delve into the Houston Rockets’ fantasy prospects. Matt and I talk about the Rockets’ disappointing offseason, including the failed attempt to land Chris Bosh and the losses of Chandler Parsons, Jeremy Lin, and Omer Asik, along with the addition of Trevor Ariza. But the real story for this team Continue Reading →