In episode 200 of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast, brought to you by Audible, Jimmy Butler gave me and Seth Klein a glimpse back to the early season Jimmy Butler, but put a little worry into our minds, leaving the game with a knee injury, of which the severity is unknown at this point.
Check out the music by Heavy Chevy to end the show, a song called Stepping Out.
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All this and more in this episode of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast.
2:16 Jimmy Butler
7:00 Jerryd Bayless/Lou Amundson
10:14 Jordan Clarkson
13:13 Jordan Hill/Joakim Noah
18:04 Tobias Harris/Carmelo Anthony
25:09 Injuries and accents
26:44 Bucks @ Magic
36:08 Knicks @ Pacers
41:17 Nuggets @ Grizzlies
48:40 Daily fantasy for Friday
1:11:25 Trade talk
1:16:17 Twitter and Facebook questions
1:33:49 Top 20/100
1:38:39 Rookie and Sophomore Reports
1:41:36 If They Were Starters
1:43:44 Triple Ones
All this and more in the latest episode of the Red Rock Fantasy Basketball Podcast.
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