6/20/17 – San Antonio Spurs Season In Review

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 San Antonio Spurs’ 2016-17 season. 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 You Heard. You’ll also hear Arcade At Midnight with Continue Reading →

9/22/16 – San Antonio Spurs Season Preview

In today’s Locked On Fantasy Basketball Show, brought to you by Fantrax, and Basketball Monster, I was joined by Jeff Garcia of the Locked on Spurs podcast to discuss the San Antonio Spurs’ 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 Continue Reading →

Ep. 381: Chicago Bulls Season Preview

In episode 381 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, in association with Basketball Monster, Matt Smith of RotoWire joins me to break down the Chicago Bulls and their fantasy basketball relevance. Check out the music by Heavy Chevy to end the show, a song called Stepping Out. We talk up, and down, Nikola Mirotic, discuss the prospects of Joakim Noah and Derrick Rose and Continue Reading →

Ep. 327: Chicago Bulls — Season In Review

In episode 327 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, I cast an eye over the Chicago Bulls’  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. Jimmy Butler and Pau Gasol assumed the mantle as the team’s best players, while Nikola Mirotic burst out of former Continue Reading →

The Hoops Barometer – Gasolve Your Problems

In this week’s installation of the Hoops Barometer, we’ll take a look at the center position. This is an overview of what has taken place in 2014 so far, and what to make of it in the future. We’ll look at two who have disappointed, and two who have been great.  Maybe you need to Gasolve your problems. When I Continue Reading →

Ep. 179: Wow, Pau!

Pau Gasol

In episode 179 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, brought to you by Audible, Pau Gasol belied his advancing years and popped the Bucks right in the kisser with a career night. Check out the music by Heavy Chevy to end the show, a song called Stepping Out. Help support the podcast by going to Audible.com, and signing up for the Continue Reading →

Ep. 172: Ethical Sweet Spot

Tony Wroten

In episode 172 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, brought to you by Audible, the toxic nature of Tony Wroten’s game bears fruit to a great phrase, the ‘ethical sweet spot’. Check out the music by Heavy Chevy to end the show, a song called Stepping Out. Help support the podcast by going to Audible.com, and signing up for the FREE Continue Reading →

Ep. 138: Boom Boom Pau Gasol

Pau Gasol

In episode 138 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, Pau Gasol made his owners very happy with a ridiculous performance against the struggling Nets. Also, Danny Green showed why he should be owned in every league, Kobe Bryant had a triple double, Josh Smith continues to impress and is Kentavious Caldwell-Pope back into the fantasy good books? There’s an injury to Continue Reading →

Ep. 132: Breaking – Chris Paul Is Good

Chris Paul

In episode 132 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, Chris Paul reminds us all of just how good he can be. With only two games on the docket, I go in depth a little more than usual, talking the Heat point guard situation with Mario Chalmers and Shabazz Napier having big nights, and Norris Cole dislocating his finger, Luol Deng Continue Reading →

Ep. 125: It’s The James Johnson Show

James Johnson

In episode 125 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, it’s a rare double, as James Johnson gets the line and waiver-wire line of the night from one performance. But that’s not where it all ended Thursday. Pau Gasol, Draymond Green, and Andrew Bogut were all electric, Kyle Lowry was great, and DeMar DeRozan, not so great. Mason Plumlee and Ben Continue Reading →