Alex, Shannooski and K-Train go through the latest point guard news, including Chris Paul's contract in Houston.
Josh Jackson should see increased minutes in Phoenix with Devin Booker and T.J. Warren on the shelf.
K-Train rummages through the latest point guard news, including a new reason to appreciate Kyle Lowry.
Alex, Shannon & K-Train go through buy low candidates (and NOT buy low candidates) in today's pod.
To celebrate Thanksgiving, avoid your relatives and try to answer the K-Train's NBA trivia questions.
The K-Train debates whether it's time to panic about slow starts from Otto Porter, Donovan Mitchell and others.
K-Train overreacts to early performances from Jonathan Isaac, Jrue Holiday and more.
K-Train digs into a few more position battles out West to find a few fantasy gems, or at least late round fliers.
K-Train tries to stay optimistic, digging for fantasy gold within various Eastern Conference position battles.
K-Train joined an NFBKC High Stakes league draft and highlights the anomalies. Big love for Ayton. Not so much for Ball.
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.
Will the Jazz struggle to replace Gordon Hayward and George Hill?
Position battles in Memphis, Dallas and New Orleans could unearth some sleeper gems.
Can Austin Rivers hold on to the starting shooting guard job?
The small forward position is a glaring question mark for several teams in the Southeast.
Even after one of the busiest offseasons in NBA history, it's still the Cavaliers and everybody else in the Central.
With DeMarre Carroll in Brooklyn, who takes over at small forward for the Raptors?
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.
The RotoWire NBA staff offers up predictions for Cavs-Warriors: Part III.
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.