Traveling One (Two?) Weeks Into the Future: Feb 9 – 22

Blake Griffin

So the All-Star break is about to break directly through the fantasy schedule, and for some teams, this could not come at a better time. There are multiple players who have been sidelined who will have time to rest up over the break, especially those with mid-tier nagging injuries like Dwyane Wade, Darren Collison, Jrue Holiday, and the like. Throw Continue Reading →

Most Added/Dropped: Pulling Two Ways Simultaneously

Robin Lopez

Last week, I mentioned the importance of injuries in this column. This week, I will again mention the importance of injuries in this column. However, what injuries take away in fantasy with one hand, they often give with the other hand. I would encourage anyone who is dealing with injured players on their team, or who merely notices injuries on Continue Reading →

Most Added/Dropped: THERE IS BLOOD EVERYWHERE

Wayne Ellington

Injuries are a part of the game of basketball, and thus, they are a part of the game of fantasy basketball. With that said, injuries are one of the things that can violently derail an otherwise promising fantasy season even faster than they can derail a promising NBA season in many cases, and we just had several big ones this Continue Reading →

Traveling One Week Into the Future: Jan 26th to Feb 1st

D.J. Augustin

There are an inordinate number of real NBA teams that are giant fantasy hairballs right now. I want to lead off by saying that, for those of you in weekly leagues, it’s not a bad idea to avoid all but the most reliable of players on Boston, Charlotte, Denver, the Lakers, Milwaukee, and the Knicks. Even when schedules are favorable, Continue Reading →

Most Added/Dropped: The Langston Galloway Hype Train Lurches Forward

Incessant churn of players on the bubble of rosters is the standard for fantasy basketball, so it is perhaps unsurprising that some of last week’s most added players appear on this week’s most dropped list. With that in mind, let me reiterate that understanding your team’s context is the key point when evaluating these moves. This is something that every Continue Reading →

Traveling One Week Into the Future: Jan 19th to Jan 25th

Khris Middleton

As referenced last week, there is a method to the madness you are about to witness. So if you want the ground rules, head to the previous column, where you can find them written in virtual stone and preserved for all eternity. This week, I want to lead off with a few thoughts on streaming players effectively using both schedules Continue Reading →

Most Added/Dropped: Who Are We Overreacting To Now?

Timofey Mozgov

One of the great constants of fantasy sports is tinkering with rosters, and if you are the kind of person who is reading this article in the first place, you are likely to be one of those people doing the tinkering. Finding waiver wire gems is highly profitable for a team, as is knowing when to cut bait on an Continue Reading →

Traveling One Week Into the Future: Jan 12th to Jan 18th

Jeff Green

While Jeff Green is likely on his way to Memphis, Josh has also been working the phone lines for Red Rock and has made some roster changes. In addition to waiving Josh Smith on all his fantasy teams, he has asked me to write a weekly article for all of the Red Rock readers covering the upcoming week’s schedule in Continue Reading →