Zack Rewis
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Zack Rewis

Zack began playing fantasy basketball in the 10th grade (1999) from any class that had a computer with internet access. He started writing in 2013, and in 2014 was promoted to senior NBA writer here at The Fantasy Fix. While his fantasy advice is unbiased, he's an Orlando Magic fan at heart.

Fantasy Basketball

Last week I discussed the winning mentality for contenders in keeper leagues, and this week I will look at the flip side of that spectrum: the rebuilders. Like I said last week, in keeper leagues there are really only two slots to fall into: contender or rebuilder. You don’t want

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Fantasy Basketball

Before getting to this week’s waiver finds, I want to discuss a big of keeper league strategy. I’m a big fan of keeper leagues myself, as I find it more fun to build a team over multiple seasons with potential of being an annual dominant force in the league. I

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Fantasy Basketball

We’ve reached the point in the season when we have to become a bit more cutthroat with our rosters. If a player isn’t performing as expected, regardless of name value, it’s a fine time to move on without them. There’s plenty of quality options on the wire in standard leagues

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Fantasy Basketball

Hard to believe we’re already twelve weeks in to the fantasy hoops season, but the best is yet to come as we have plenty of time to make the playoff push or maximize our teams for playoff domination. I have been writing for The Fix since week three of the

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It’s pretty incredible to think about how much fantasy sports has evolved over the past couple of decades. The number of sites that host fantasy leagues has increased dramatically, along with all of the places you can go to get up-to-the-minute fantasy news and opinions—especially that great site thefantasyfix.com. The

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Fantasy Basketball

As a fantasy GM you have to be something like a stock broker at times, knowing when to buy and sell at the ideal times to make yourself the most profit. In fantasy sports, only so much is controllable. You can control your asking price but can’t control what the

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Fantasy Basketball

Last week, we made “Fantasy New Year’s Resolutions,” but whether we’re resolved to get in shape, save money, or do whatever it takes to win our fantasy leagues, these resolutions are often all too quickly forgotten. The truth is that the further we delve into the fantasy regular season, the

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Fantasy Basketball

Happy holidays and a happy new year to everyone. In reaching 2014, many fantasy leagues are approaching the midway point of the fantasy regular season. There’s still a lot of time to gain ground if you’ve fallen a bit behind the pack, and there are still a lot of moves

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Fantasy Basketball

Right when you start to think, “Hey, the Lakers may be getting closer to being a decent team this season” more bad news comes their way. Kobe Bryant has a fracture of his lateral tibial plateau in his left knee and is expected to miss six weeks. Kobe had been

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Fantasy Basketball

Who doesn’t love the feeling of adding a player off of the waiver wire and then watching them excel beyond our expectations? Often times, fantasy GMs make the mistake of tabbing that player as their found treasure and then clinging to it. Yes, occasionally there is a wire addition that

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