Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 83: Los Angeles Lakers Preview

Kobe Bryant

In episode 83 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and our very own Heath Tudor (@Heath_Tudor), delve into the Los Angeles Lakers’ fantasy prospects. Heath and I talk about what’s happening with this hodge-podge Lakers’ roster, including the fantasy outlooks of Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Jeremy Lin, Carlos Boozer, rookie Julius Randle, and of course, Nick Young. Could this Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 82: Head to Head Vs Roto

Michael Carter-Williams

In episode 82 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and Marc Roberts (@MarcFRoberts) talk fantasy basketball head to head strategy, as well as our thoughts on the differences in rotisserie leagues. We go in depth on how to value players, the value of Dwight Howard, Andre Drummond, Michael Carter-Williams, Josh Smith, Nicolas Batum, and Kawhi Leonard and how Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 81: Denver Nuggets Preview

Kenneth Faried

In episode 81 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and Matt Smith (@SmanSports) of thefantasyhoopsinsider.com, delve into the Denver Nuggets’ fantasy prospects. Matt and I break down the incredible depth assembled in Denver as they look to bounce back from last season’s disappointment, including the outlook for Kenneth Faried, Ty Lawson, and Arron Afflalo, as well as the return from injury Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Rankings 2014-15 Rotisserie Leagues

Paul Millsap fantasy basketball rankings

UPDATED RANKINGS RELEASED Nine Category Leagues Eight Category Leagues Over the last week, I’ve gone through my top 300 players for head-to-head leagues, but what about you guys playing in rotisserie league? Well fret not, because now it’s time to get into my fantasy basketball rankings for rotisserie leagues for 2014-15.

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 80: Atlanta Hawks Preview

Al Horford

In episode 80 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and Matt Smith (@SmanSports) of thefantasyhoopsinsider.com, delve into the Atlanta Hawks’ fantasy prospects. Matt and I break down the troublesome times in Atlanta of late with general manager Danny Ferry, as well as the super value from a fantasy perspective the likes of Kyle Korver, Jeff Teague, Paul Millsap, and DeMarre Carroll give owners. Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 79: Boston Celtics Preview

Rajon Rondo Boston Celtics

In episode 79 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and Trent Skurrie (@Skuzz23), a podcast regular, delve into the Boston Celtics’ fantasy prospects. Trent and I break down the most interesting storylines in Bean Town, including the future of Rajon Rondo, the drafting of Marcus Smart, the young frontcourt of Tyler Zeller, Kelly Olynyk, and Jared Sullinger. We both give Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Podcast Episode 78: Portland Trail Blazers Preview

Damian Lillard

In episode 78 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, myself and Marc Roberts (@MarcFRoberts) of RotoWire.com delve into the Portland Trail Blazers’ fantasy prospects. Marc and I talk about how solid the Blazers’ starting five of Damian Lillard, LaMarcus Aldridge, Nicolas Batum, Wesley Matthews, and Robin Lopez, how the new additions of Chris Kaman and Steve Blake will fair as well as Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Rankings 2014-15: Head To Head — The Top 300

Ben McLemore

UPDATED RANKINGS RELEASED Head-to-Head Leagues So now that the top 150 of my fantasy basketball rankings have been released (see below for the full breakdown of each player), now is the time to provide you all with the rest of my rankings, all the way up to number 300. This is just a list of the remaining guys, no breakdowns, Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Rankings 2014-15: Head To Head — The Top 150

Taj Gibson

The weather is changing, and no matter where you are located on the planet, that only means one important thing — the NBA is getting closer to a return. As fantasy leagues begin to set draft dates, the months of September and October are key in preparing yourself as best you can before that critical day. Peruse these fantasy basketball Continue Reading →

Fantasy Basketball Rankings 2014-15: Head To Head — The Top 100

Jabari Parker

The weather is changing, and no matter where you are located on the planet, that only means one important thing — the NBA is getting closer to a return. As fantasy leagues begin to set draft dates, the months of September and October are key in preparing yourself as best you can before that critical day. Peruse these fantasy basketball Continue Reading →