The K-Train discusses players with declining fantasy values due to recent off-season moves.
The K-Train is doing his best to live up to expectations from Friday's podcast. Plus, some hoops insights, including Blake's issues in Detroit.
On Valentine's Day, the K-Train shares his NBA man crushes with the world, including The Viper, Victor Oladipo.
Did someone say "award winning podcast"? You're damn right they did! Oh, also, grab Beasley ASAP.
Things are getting chippy in the NBA and K-Train takes notice. Those Rockets seem more like lovers, not fighters.
K-Train focuses on assists for this edition of the R&R.
Old Man K-Train gets grumpy about the Spurs, Donovan Mitchell and a certain attention seeking NBA Dad.
The Nets, Lakers and Suns lead the NBA in Pace of Play. The K-Train dives into their depth charts, hunting for gems.
The K-Train over-reacts to early season returns from Reggie Jackson, Victor Oladipo, Enes Kanter and others.
K-Train, a shameless Celtics fan who once lived in Cleveland, gives his emotional thoughts on the big trade.
The K-Train loves crazy off-season storylines. He also likes making whacky tobaccy references.
Why oh why did the T-Wolves do this?
While the regular season winds down, K-Train stresses some insights to remember for next season.
After going into win-now mode in the RotoWire Staff Keeper League, Ken Crites looks back at a few moves that will likely cost him a championship this season.
Trade LeBron James? RotoWire's Ken Crites dives into the biggest reason why fantasy owners should be looking to trade the King.
With Chris Paul possibly out until the fantasy playoffs, Ken Crites breaks down a few options who may be able to help fill the void.
Ken Crites puts the spotlight on a few players who may be worth targeting before a move at the trade deadline alters their fantasy fortunes.
Old man Crites goes on an even older man rant. Again.
While they may not be winning, the Nets, 76ers, Suns and Mavs all have fantasy-relevant players, including Harrison Barnes down in Dallas.
The K-Train is stationed in Pittsburgh for Thanksgiving. Yunz try to enjoy his hoops advice n'at.
Ken Crites is on the verge of panic mode with top-priced players like Klay Thompson who look like early season busts. Which players should we throw off the K-Train?
The NBA is back! Let's frantically overreact to three games from opening night!
RotoWire's Ken Crites breaks down the remaining matchups in the playoffs and wonders if the officials in the Spurs-Thunder game could have been any worse. Shoot, Manu!
RotoWire's Ken Crites breaks down a few late-season waiver targets and explains why side bets make fantasy more fun this time of year. Meat Trophy!
RotoWire's Ken Crites interviews @Super70sSports' Ricky Cobb to discuss their favorite 1970s NBA players and discuss which current stars could have succeeded back then.
RotoWire's Ken Crites looks at a few players who have outperformed preseason expectations and examines whether they'll keep it going through the rest of the season.
RotoWire's Ken Crites puts the focus on players who were expected to be studs this year but have failed to produce in the first half of the season.
Ken Crites explains why he's going ALL IN with his Keeper league team.
Ken Crites leads the RotoWire Staff Keeper league thanks to big contributions from Will Barton, who has become a solid fantasy contributor in Denver.
RotoWire's Ken Crites is back with a little levity and some advice for Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant (hint: he should have retired two years ago).