Ep. 540: For A Hard Earned Thirst

In episode 540 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, in association with Basketball Monster, and brought to you by Moneyball and Chriswalll0313, Victor Oladipo roasted the Cavs, making his early season benching seem comical in the process. 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 Continue Reading →

Ep. 361: Philadelphia 76ers Season Preview

In episode 361 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, in association with Basketball Monster, Bryan Toporek of Hardwood Paroxysm, Bballbreakdown and Bleacher Report joins me to talk Philadelphia 76ers basketball. Check out the music by Heavy Chevy to end the show, a song called Stepping Out. We discuss the young frontcourt of Nerlens Noel and Jahlil Okafor, the backcourt situation including Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 95: Sacramento Kings Preview

DeMarcus Cousins

In episode 95 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and Sam Macey (@macetastic) delve into the Sacramento Kings’ fantasy prospects. Sam and I talk about emerging superstar DeMarcus Cousins, as well as analytics punching bag, Rudy Gay. The many questions in the Kings’ backcourt are tackled, as we turn our attention to Darren Collison, Ray McCallum, Ben McLemore, and rookie Nik Continue Reading →

Las Vegas Summer League Day 10 — It’s Donatas Motiejunas’ World And We’re Just Living In It

Donatas Motiejunas

Well, the two semi-finals of the Las Vegas Summer League were played today, leaving us now with just two teams to compete in tomorrow’s final. On the back of another big performance from Donatas Motiejunas, the Houston Rockets will take on the Sacramento Kings for the somewhat meaningless title of Summer League champion. Day Nine — Sunday July 20th Winners Donatas Continue Reading →

NBA Draft Pick Fantasy Profiles — #8 Nik Stauskas

Nik Stauskas

If you thought Aaron Gordon to the Magic at four was baffling, I now present to you the Sacramento Kings’ eighth overall pick, Nik Stauskas. Just 12 months after selecting Ben McLemore with the seventh overall pick, the Kings went ahead and picked another shooting guard in the sophomore from Michigan. Are they Kings done with McLemore after one season? Continue Reading →