After a long hiatus, the Razzball Basketball Podcast returns! Brent and Craig give their predictions for each series in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. From there, they make their predictions for the Top 10 picks in the 2018 NBA draft. All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Basketball Podcast!Please, blog, may I have some more?
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Yes Razzball nation, Dynasty Deep Dive is back. I was nearly out for the season, Greg Odon-style, but the current recovery from back surgery has allowed for a swift return back to prospecting and podcasting for your basketball needs on my 2 year anniversary of serving up delicious offerings for those dynasty teams of yours.
The season might be over for fantasy basketball, but now should be the time that your research and scouting clicks into overdrive.
Now for some time of a little self indulgent reflection. For those of you that are new to Dynasty Deep Dive, this was the article in the pre-season that recommended you draft Donovan Mitchell, Jayson Tatum, Lauri Markennan, John Collins and Malik Monk. Ok, it might have took Monk three quarters of a season to get going, but there are many a championship team out there that owe thanks to his late season production. Don’t believe me? Check out last preseasons article for yourself: https://basketball.razzball.com/dynasty-deep-dive-roto-rookie-effect-ft
This week I will be focusing purely on where I see potential fits for guys in the upcoming draft class and ease my way back onto the court with a minutes restriction. But it is good to be back and make sure to tune in throughout the off season for your prospect draft breakdown.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Whatup Razzball Nation!!
All good things come to those who wait. In what has been a challenging few months with my own health and the passing of a family member, I am back with another portion of Dynasty Deep Dive, as those of you who have been keeping up to date with the Razzball Basketball podcast would know.
So where are we at? What has happened in my absence?……………
Only the development of yet another superb freshman class, in what has been a topsy-turvy, can’t miss season in college basketball. The action hasn’t stopped there, though, as we have witnessed what no other 18 year old has done before and that is dominate the Euroleague (Europe’s highest level of basketball) with a mixture of wizardry and masterful shooting from one of the best European basketball prospects to have stepped foot on the court (and I believe that to be no exaggeration).
So who are these pretenders? What makes them so special? Well, keep reading and let me take you on a little journey of why I’m drooling over the 2018 NBA draft class.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The season has come. I started by feeling excited and anxious during the day on Tuesday, knowing that my favorite past time was about to start. The clock struck midnight (living in the UK I am five hours ahead of EST), my Astros were leading 4-0 in game 3 of the ALCS, life felt good, great in fact and then……………………………. BOOM!!
Quicker than you could say Georgios Papagiannis my whole world came crumbling down. Not only did I see my Astros blow a four-run lead, but simultaneously witnessed the potential career-ending injury of Gordon Hayward (of which I can gladly say, he is expected to make a full recovery).
Sport has it’s funny ways, and Tuesday provided one hell of an emotional roller-coaster. Wednesday was no different. Armed with some expensive gourmet shit (as Samuel L Jackson would say) and NBA.TV I felt like a kid on Christmas, not knowing which game to watch at any given time, attempting to watch four at once. Not well I might add.
So, to reestablish order, let’s take a few deep breaths and go back to my bread and butter, Dynasty Deep Dive style and take a look at next years top-heavy draft class.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Tehol is back with me to update everyone on the newest developments around the NBA! We start off focusing on Summer League in a number of facets. Surprise players, how each of the top picks looked, who disappointed, fantasy values for the rookie class, we got it covered! I gush over Dennis Smith Jr. some more after I declared future greatness on the previous podcast while Tehol loves him some Lonzo Ball. Afterwards, I get Tehol’s opinion on some of the big summer moves that Son and I discussed on the last podcast and also hit on the Avery Bradley trade plus Kentavious Caldwell-Pope signing. From there, we hit on the rumored Melo to Rockets rumors and our thoughts on its potential impact. All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Basketball Podcast!
Note: We recorded this right before it was reported Kyrie Irving wants a trade. A new podcast will drop if Kyrie or Melo are officially moved.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hey everyone! This is Viz and I’m back with Son, the new man in charge of Razzball Basketball, to talk about NBA craziness. We start off by hitting all of the big free agent moves and trades. Chris Paul to Houston, Paul George to Oklahoma City, Jimmy Butler to Minnesota, Gordon Hayward to Boston, and Paul Millsap are the headliners but they’re far from the only moves discussed. We look at each player’s fit on their new team, the impact on their fantasy value and also the changes in value of the players on their old teams. After that, we discuss our favorite fantasy players from the 2017 NBA Draft, both in terms of 2017-18 redrafts and dynasty formats. All of that and more in the latest edition of The Razzball Basketball Podcast!
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I’ve spent a ridiculously stupid amount of time debating whether it’s better to be lucky or good. So much weed. So much time. Wasted. I never go to Roscoe’s and debate the merits of chicken or waffles! It’s both! Always both! The Celtics reiterated that simple concept last night at the NBA Draft Lottery, where the balls bounced up-and-down, side-to-side, and all-around to give them the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft. Is that going to be Markelle Fultz? Did you know that Fultz’s wingspan is longer that Josh Jackson’s? Crazy. Anyways, must be nice Celtics fans. Must be nice…As a Lakers fan, it pained me to put that logo up top, but I give props when props are due.Please, blog, may I have some more?