Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 87: Washington Wizards Preview

John Wall

In episode 87 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and Trent Skurrie (@Skuzz23), delve into the Washington Wizards’ fantasy prospects. Trent and I discuss arguably the most exciting young backcourt in the league, in John Wall and Bradley Beal, veteran acquisitions Paul Pierce and Kris Humphries, the owner of the NBA’s number one nickname, the Polish Hammer, Marcin Gortat and a 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 →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 102: George Is Top Of The Hill

George Hill

FRIDAY 7TH FEBRUARY 2014 THE BEST PLAYER EVER, TONIGHT George Hill, PG, Indiana Pacers: 37 points (12-19 FG, 11-12 FT), 2 threes, 9 rebounds, 8 assists, 2 steals, 1 block, 1 turnover I’ve hammered George Hill all season, and deservedly so, but tonight he was simply outstanding. In his last four games, he scored a combined 34 points, so Friday Continue Reading →

The Peek Ahead – Rajon Rondo to return to greatness

Rajon Rondo

GAMES ON WEDNESDAY 29TH 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 Rajon Rondo, PG, Boston Celtics 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 50: Damian “Illard”

There were only five games in the NBA today, but there was still enough fantasy meat on the bone to digest. TUESDAY 17TH DECEMBER 2013 THE BEST PLAYER EVER, TONIGHT Damian Lillard, PG, Portland Trail Blazers: 36 points (11/23 FG, 6/7 FT), 8 threes, 8 rebounds, 10 assists, 0 steals, 1 block, 3 turnovers Lillard hit his second consecutive game-winner, Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 49: From Downtown

A bit out of the blue, but Bradley Beal made his welcome return to the Wizards in tonight game and immediately played 30 minutes. This is a fantastic sign going forward and we can only hope that this injury doesn’t flare up again. MONDAY 16TH DECEMBER 2013 THE BEST PLAYER EVER, TONIGHT Joe Johnson, SG, Brooklyn Nets: 37 points (13/20 Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 34: Like Mike, KD Was Quite Like Mike

It’s always a disappointing day when the number one player in fantasy goes down with an injury. Anthony Davis broke his left, non-shooting hand and at this stage we don’t know any timetable for his return. In his absence, I don’t think there’s anyone that’s a must add, but Al-Farouq Aminu may see an uptick. Sunday 1st December 2013 THE BEST PLAYER Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 29: I’ll Martell You Who’s A Must Own

In preparation for the big 13 game slate tomorrow, the NBA only scheduled four games tonight, but there will some interesting things to come out of them. Following on from yesterday’s news of the Derrick Williams trade, the Sacramento Kings plan on playing him mainly at SF, but also at PF. The Kings do have a lot of PF, but they Continue Reading →

2013-14 NBA Eastern Conference Preview Part Five – Busts, Sleepers and Super-Sleepers

Onto the final part of the Eastern Conference season preview. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Before we get into the good stuff, a few explanations of what will follow. I will base my thoughts on standard 9 category leagues, 10 teams, 13 players per team. For each team I will offer up a bust, a sleeper and a super-sleeper (I know that Continue Reading →