Ep. 184: Bye, Bye, Brook?

Brook Lopez

In episode 184 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, brought to you by Audible, I talk trades, both confirmed and rumored, including the futures of Brook Lopez and Lance Stephenson. 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 30-day Continue Reading →

All Wired Up: Jusuf Nurkic Is Primed To Thrive

Jusuf Nurkic

With the 2014-2015 NBA season approaching its halfway point, most fantasy team owners by now have defined the strengths and weaknesses of their rosters and, especially in deeper leagues, are looking to bolster their lineups through timely waiver wire additions. Here we will delve into the depths of the free agent pool to uncover a few of the remaining hidden treasures Continue Reading →

Deep League Pickups For Deep League Pros: New York Knicks

The turning point of the NBA season has arrived. Right around this point, pressured by the impending trade deadline, teams decide if they want to continue to make a playoff push or if they will decide to turn into a heap of flaming shit to get the best possible 2015 draft pick. This means we will get to see veteran, Continue Reading →

Ep. 165: Night Of The Point Guard

Darren Collison

In episode 165 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, brought to you by Audible, it’s the night of the point guard as Kemba Walker, Darren Collison, C.J. Watson, Shane Larkin and Deron Williams take out the awards of the night. Check out the music by Heavy Chevy to end the show, a song called Stepping Out. Help support the podcast by Continue Reading →

Ep. 114: Dwayne Cwasey Loses Him

DeMarcus Cousins

In episode 114 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, I’m talking about DeMarcus Cousins and his monster performance in the Kings’ upset victory over the Clippers on Sunday. I also manage to get tongue-tied speaking about Dwayne Casey and James Johnson, (as you can tell by the episode title), talk Gary Neal and Shane Larkin, as well as big nights Continue Reading →

Ep. 111: Wall-J

John Wall

In episode 111 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, Matt Smith is back in the co-pilot’s seat and we talk John Wall‘s big game and LeBron James‘ homecoming amoung other things. There’s more talk on Brandon Jennings, Jeremy Lin, Mario Chalmers, Perry Jones III, as well as big nights from Caron Butler, Evan Fournier, Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving. Continue Reading →

Las Vegas Summer League Day 7 — Winners And Losers

Russ Smith

The NBA’s version of the Sweet Sixteen was played out today and some interesting performances were had by a number of players. Second-round draft choice Russ Smith of the Pelicans showed once again that he can be a NBA player in the not-too-distant future. Day Seven — Thursday July 17th Winners Russ Smith — Smith, in addition to scoring 19 Continue Reading →

Tyson Chandler Back To Big D — A Five Man Deal

Tyson Chandler

How long since the NBA Finals ended? It feels like we’ve had no respite from NBA action, not that that’s a bad thing. Dallas owner Mark Cuban wanted Tyson Chandler to come back ‘home’ and he got his way today as the first deal of the offseason went down. First, what went down. Dallas acquired — Tyson Chandler, Raymond Felton Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Keepers For 2014/15 Season — Southwest Division

Anthony Davis

One of the more fun ways to play fantasy basketball leagues is in a dynasty or keeper league. In this series of articles, I’ll tell you which fantasy basketball keepers you should target. As a bit of background, a keeper league is a league that allows you to retain normally up to five players from the season before on your Continue Reading →