The Hoops Barometer – Spicy Curry

Steph Curry

In this week’s installation of the Hoops Barometer, we’ll take a look at the point guard position. This is an overview of what has taken place so far in 2014, and what to make of it in the future.  Because there have been so many great point guards this year, I’m going to take a slightly different approach to this Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Rankings 2014-15: Head To Head Point Guard Tiers

Steph Curry

Over the course of the offseason, I’ve released my initial head-to-head rankings, roto rankings and two versions of the dynasty rankings. But, as I’ve mentioned in the many team preview podcasts that have been released, and can be found here, you can’t be a total slave to the rankings. At many points in drafts, you should be considering groups of Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Rankings 2014-15: Head To Head — The Top 10

Andre Drummond

Football is back, but for fantasy hoops players that means one thing. It’s time to prepare for your fantasy basketball drafts! With nearly all of the offseason moves done and dusted, (still looking at you, Eric Bledsoe), it’s time to begin releasing my fantasy basketball rankings for the 2014-15 season.

Fantasy Basketball Dynasty Rankings — 2014-15

DeMarcus Cousins

UPDATE — New Head-To-Head Dynasty Rankings Available HERE Early on in this offseason, I posted my initial fantasy basketball rankings — the Red Rock 150. Obviously, since free agency and the draft have now taken place, there will be changes to those ranks, which will come later on this year. For now though, I’m targeting the hardcore fantasy players and presenting Continue Reading →

Ranking The Top 10’s — Fantasy Value Of Rookies Throughout The Years

lebron james

As I close in on fleshing out the top 10 of my fantasy rookie profiles and after looking at the rookie seasons of last season’s top fantasy stars, I thought another interesting exercise would be to see how the top 10 of each draft panned out in terms of fantasy value over the years. What I’ll do is present the final, per-game Continue Reading →

When They Were Young — Reviewing The Rookie Seasons Of The Stars

In going through my fantasy profiles of this years rookie class, which you can find here, it got me thinking. I wonder what the fantasy stars of today, like Kevin Durant, were like as rookies. This 2014 Draft class has been extremely hyped, but doing my individual breakdowns, there’s hardly been a guy who I would take in standard drafts, Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Awards: 2013-14 Most Valuable Player

LeBron James Kevin Durant

2013-14 NBA regular season is now in the rear-view mirror. And that means that fantasy leagues, with the exception of daily leagues and NBA.com’s Drive to the Finals, are done and dusted. Now’s the time to look back on what transpired over the last five and a half months and reminisce on all the great performances from a fantasy basketball perspective. Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast: Episode 61: Farewell, Sweet DeMarcus

DeMarcus Cousins

In episode 61 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball podcast, I talk about the end of DeMarcus Cousins‘ breakout season and huge nights from Kevin Love, Stephen Curry and Gorgui Dieng. I also discuss the horrible play of two Pacers — George Hill and Roy Hibbert. FanDuel Lineup For Monday PG – Stephen Curry PG – Jordan Farmar SG – Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 57: Pardon Me, Roy

roy hibbert

In episode 57 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball podcast, I discuss the vile performance of Roy Hibbert, juxtaposd against big nights from Stephen Curry and P.J. Tucker.  I also discuss the Minnesota Timberwolves’ inury situation and the sad state of affairs with Dante Cunningham. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast here or in iTunes here. I’d really appreciate it you Continue Reading →

Boxscore Breakdown Day 121: Listen To Your Uncle

Kyrie Irving

WEDNESDAY 26TH FEBRUARY 2014 THE BEST PLAYER EVER, TONIGHT Kyrie Irving, PG, Cleveland Cavaliers: 31 points (10-19 FG, 7-7 FT), 4 threes, 5 rebounds, 9 assists, 4 steals, 0 blocks, 3 turnovers Somehow, the Cavaliers are one of the hotter teams in the NBA and it’s Kyrie Irving carrying them. They pulled the upset against the Thunder on Wednesday and Continue Reading →