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
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
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
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
You’re here because you love fantasy hoops and you’re a waiver wire scavenger, always looking for the next breakthrough guy off the wire. As wire hunters, we look for two things: upside/potential—which normally coincides with younger players—and far more importantly, opportunity. A player can have all the potential in the
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday…but now that it has passed, you know what that means: it’s time to go shopping…shopping the waiver wire of course. Before we get into that though, let’s do what so many do this time of year and say what we’re thankful for.
We all play fantasy hoops for fun, but in the end, we all have the same goal: to win the championship. If you want to seriously win, you have to put a lot of effort into it for the whole season. There will be times when you feel worn out,
We’re two weeks into the NBA season and already we find ourselves stressing over players’ performances. There are those we scouted, targeted and eventually drafted in the mid-to-late rounds, all of whom we felt had such great upside, and two weeks later, we’re wondering what went wrong. So we’re left