Ep. 137: Watch Out, It’s K.J. McDaniels Time!

K.J. McDaniels

In episode 137 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, the rookies made their statements, with K.J. McDaniels and Jabari Parker both posting great lines. Along with the younglings (Star Wars trailer reference!), James Harden showed everyone what standard they need to get to, to be considered elite, and Lance Stephenson added another brush stroke to his portrait in the dictionary under Continue Reading →

Ep. 136: Mo Money, Mo Williams

Mo Williams

In episode 136 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, I’m glad there are games back to talk about, as Mo Williams returns from illness to put a knife in the Lakers’ heart. We also had the long-awaited return of Russell Westbrook and David West, great nights from Nikola Mirotic, Jared Sullinger and Zach LaVine, and Goran Dragic struggled once more. Injuries Continue Reading →

Ep. 135: Happy Thanksgiving/Listener Questions

In episode 135 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, there are no games to cover, so I answer an inordinate amount of questions about DeMarre Carroll. Aside from Carroll, I give my top 20 fantasy players for the season so far, talk about Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook returning, what to do with Kemba Walker if anything, and a number of Continue Reading →

The Triple Ones: The Green Machine

Danny Green

If you listen to the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast enough, you would have heard me bang on about guys who can average one three-pointer, one steal, and one block per game — of which there were only two players last season, Paul Millsap and Wesley Johnson. The reason I am so focused on that sort of production is that Continue Reading →

All Wired Up: Ole Jose

Jose Calderon

The NBA season has kicked off and knowing lots of fantasy owners, you’ll all be eager to action your trigger fingers and make a grab at free agents on your waiver wire from the get-go. In these “All Wired Up” posts, which I’ll endeavour to have up daily, I’ll look at the best performances from players who are on the waiver Continue Reading →

Deep Diving: The Canaanball Run

Isaiah Canaan

In these “Deep Diving” posts, which I’ll endeavour to have up daily, I’ll look at the best performances from players who are on the waiver wire in deeper leagues, leagues of over 14 teams. This doesn’t mean that these guys should only be picked up in leagues that deep, but more that they will likely be available in a wider array Continue Reading →

Ep. 134: Why Would You Drop Tyson Chandler?

Tyson Chandler

In episode 134 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, Matt Smith joins me to talk Tyson Chandler‘s big night, as well as monstrous performances from Markieff Morris and DeMarcus Cousins. There was career night from Isaiah Canaan, an injury to Danilo Gallinari, as well as talk about Jabari Parker and Andrew Wiggins, Lou Williams and the wakening of Andre Drummond. Don’t Continue Reading →

Rookie Report: The First Noel

Nerlens Noel

There hasn’t been a more heralded rookie class than the class of 2014 in recent years. The fact that we’d heard about guys like Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker for years really cemented the excitement in all of our minds and as fantasy owners, surely influenced how we valued these rookies in our drafts. In these rookie report articles, I’ll Continue Reading →

Ep. 133: Guess Who’s Back?

Steph Curry

After a few days off, I’m back for episode 133 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, where Steph Curry goes bananas. I talk the emergence of Jabari Parker, Mario Chalmers‘ continued hot streak, what’s happening with Al Horford, and of course, Derrick Rose got injured. All this and more in the latest episode of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast.

If They Were Starters: Unleash Kosta!

Kosta Koufos

In fantasy leagues, we all know about the studs, Steph Curry, Anthony Davis, LeBron James, James Harden. They’re owned in all leagues, but that’s not necessarily where you win a championship. It’s about making adjustments, grabbing players who are set to produce when their opportunity arises. So, I thought it would be a good idea to have a look at Continue Reading →