Following on from last week’s fantasy NBA for n00bs piece (Part I here), here is Part II! M for Mocks – It’s return of the mock season. Read about the expert mocks; compete in a few mocks on different sites, and if you have sleepers remember where they’re going so you
Guides are fun and so are rankings and the nit-picking of said rankings. This isn’t a dummies guide or anything, but there are some really obvious tips, tricks or strategies that are often over-looked in fantasy. I’ve been playing since 2000…wow this was a winning team in 12 team 8-cat
While there are hundreds of fantasy basketball blogs, fan sites and forums, there’s only two really big boys on the block in terms of hosting leagues and having useful apps, and that’s ESPN and Yahoo.
I’ll cut right to the point. If you want every useful NBA statistic and ranking to prepare for your draft, then this is the cheat-sheet for you. I’m the first to admit the information packed into this tidy little package can be found, for free, in various places using various
For the six of you who have asked about my rankings and where they’ve been, apologies for the delay! I changed countries and jobs, having moved from London back to New Zealand, but none of that matters as the NBA season is nearly upon us. In less than 50 days
Otto Porter (22-years-old) I blame DeMarre Carroll for the new influx of the ‘jack of all trades, master of none’ fantasy player. Blame might not be the best word, actually for roto purposes it clearly isn’t the best word, but this season has seen late round or waiver wire names
Kemba Walker It’s safe to say this is a career year for Kemba Walker. While it may seem he’s been around for a decade, he’s only 25 years old but he’s already in his fourth full season as a starting point guard.
Welcome to the third set of my top 200 Dynasty rankings. If you feel like squinting or want to point out where I went wrong, please check out the original set from September followed by the first regular season edition last month.
John Wall This Bradley Beal injury (seriously does anyone else get sick of reading or writing that sentence?) could be a blessing in disguise for John Wall, from a fantasy standpoint at least. An uptick in usage has vaulted his ranking (per Basketball-Monster) from where it was just two weeks
Zach LaVine (Age = 20yrs) He doesn’t just do highlight reel dunks, the T-Wolves sophomore guard can actually play too. Often over-looked because of blooming fantasy beast Karl-Anthony Towns as well as the expanding game of Andrew Wiggins, LaVine has settled in as the Wolves’ first guard off the bench