6/11/17 – Oklahoma City Thunder 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 looked back at the Oklahoma City Thunder’s 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 Continue Reading →

9/10/16 – Oklahoma City Thunder Season Preview

In today’s Locked On Fantasy Basketball Show, brought to you by Fantrax, and Basketball Monster, I was joined by Fred Katz of the Norman Transcript of Locked On Thunder to discuss the Oklahoma City Thunder’s 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 Continue Reading →

Ep. 617: Oklahoma City Thunder Season In Review

In episode 617 of the Red Rock Basketball Monster Podcast brought to you by Fantrax and BradEngel, I look at the home to two of the top five fantasy players in the league, the Oklahoma City Thunder. 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 Continue Reading →

Ep. 163: Russell Westbrook Is A Different Species

Russell Westbrook

In episode 163 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, brought to you by Audible, I break down Russell Westbrook‘s monstrous performance on Christmas Day, as well as a breakout by his Thunder teammate, Steven Adams. 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 Continue Reading →

Ep. 128: Steph Curry. That Is All

Steph Curry

In episode 128 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, Steph Curry tops the leaderboard yet again. I also talk a semi-breakout by J.R. Smith, a big defensive night from Steven Adams, poor nights from Jeremy Lin and Carlos Boozer, as well as Kobe Bryant‘s odd season to date. There are injuries to Aaron Gordon, Dwyane Wade, and Ryan Kelly, the Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 103: Sleepers

Steven Adams

In episode 103 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and Marc Roberts (@MarcFRoberts) try and give you the low down on some fantasy basketball sleepers for the 2014-15 season. There are always a bunch of players that start off the season on the waiver wire or the cusp of your roster, that blossom into must-own talents as the year progresses, Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 89: Oklahoma City Thunder Preview

Kevin Durant

In episode 89 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and Sam Macey, of The Fantasy Fix (@macetastic), delve into the Oklahoma City Thunder’s fantasy prospects. Sam and I talk the big three, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and Serge Ibaka and just how good they can be, but also touch on some of the lesser lights on this Thunder squad. We Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 64: C.J. McCollum Was A Top 10 Pick?

C.J. McCollum

In episode 64 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, I have another co-host. I’m joined by Steve D’Silva, another fellow Australian and leaguemate of mine, who will be a contributor to the website over the coming months. We cover the upcoming NBA Draft and talk our top five prospects as well as thoughts on guys to target for dynasty Continue Reading →

The Peek Ahead — Can Kevin Durant top LeBron’s 61?

Kevin Durant

GAMES ON TUESDAY 3RD 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 Tony Parker, PG, San Continue Reading →

2013-14 NBA Western Conference Preview Part Two – Busts, Sleepers and Super-Sleepers

We’re a third of the way through the Western Conference now, on the home straight. Click here to find part one. 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 Continue Reading →