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DraftKings Presents RotoWire's daily Fantasy Basketball Podcast. It's taped late every night so we can provide up-to-date info for your morning commute. We cover Yearly and Daily leagues in every episode. Hosted by Kyle McKeown (@RotoWireKyleNBA), Eric Caturia (@ETCat30), Marc Roberts (@MarcFRoberts), Andre' Snellings (@ProfessorDrz), Jeff Stotts (@RotoWireATC), J.J. Calle (@jjthefba), and the RotoWire fantasy basketball staff. Theme music: @GrayTheory Download their first album for free on BandCamp: http://graytheory.bandcamp.com/album/suspended-license-2011
||CleanMonday RotoWire Fantasy Basketball Podcast brought to you by DraftKings.com||Monday RotoWire Fantasy Basketball Podcast brought to you by DraftKings.com w/ Kyle, Marc Roberts (@MarcFRoberts), and Jeff Stotts (@RotoWireATC). Music by Gray Theory||3/29/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanDraftKings Friday RotoWire Fantasy Basketball Podcast with The Brothers McKeown||DraftKings Friday RotoWire Fantasy Basketball Podcast with The Brothers McKeown. Shannon (@RotoShannon) and Kyle go through everything you need to consider for DraftKings lineup construction on Friday. Music by Gray Theory||3/27/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThursday RotoWire Fantasy Basketball Podcast brought to you by DraftKings.com||Thursday RotoWire Fantasy Basketball Podcast brought to you by DraftKings.com w/ Kyle and Marc Roberts (@MarcFRoberts). Music by Gray Theory||3/26/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
Great addition to help in fantasy leagues
Informed statistics, realistic recommendations of moves, replying to listener emails, and hilarious hosts keep me listening to this podcast daily. I recommend it for sure
Absolutely love this podcast and I listen to this everyday to help my in my fantasy basketball leagues. Very informative with a lot of statistics. The hosts are awesome and have a lot of character. Mark is awesome and hilarious.
45 minutes rehashing last night's games. 7 minutes discussing your personal weekly teams. 2 minutes previewing tonight's games. Sponsored by a daily fantasy site. Does that make sense to you?
Get your audio problems fixed, and write some notes down. Stop with the stream of consciousness nonsense, the 'umm, ahhh, oh biscuits, I just kind of get the feeling......'
You watch a ton of basketball, that is obvious. Why is it that none of that knowledge comes out in the podcast?