We’re at the unofficial midway point of the 2015-16 NBA season, and this is when fantasy basketball owners like to evaluate their teams. Though a lot of them weren’t selected in your initial drafts, many rookies now populate your rosters — some better than others.
About three weeks ago, I brought you my fantasy basketball rookie review. I made pseudo-rankings that listed all the rookies that I felt deserved either recognition or notoriety and promised to keep updating them. Now that we’re almost two-and-a-half months into the season, I present to you, well, my “Two-and-a-Half-Month
Hey guys (and ladies), it’s been a while since I’ve had the chance to talk to you one-on-one. Normally, I don’t like to miss a day of work — I always want to make sure you get the best fantasy sports advice and info each and every week — but
Every year fantasy basketball rankings get put out, read, deciphered, flipped through, browsed, debated, loved, praised, hated and then finally thrown away. This year is no different, as the two heavy hitters in fantasy basketball hosts have both released rankings of hundreds of large athletes under the veil of maths, prompting
The NBA Draft lottery balls were selected and the draft order is now officially locked in. The Minnesota Timberwolves became the first team with the best odds to actually land the #1 pick since 2004. The Wolves technically will have the first overall pick for the third straight season after
If your favorite team lands the number one or two pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, the consensus says the decision is instantly narrowed down to two names — Jahlil Okafor or Karl-Anthony Towns. Which one should go at the top spot? No better way to figure it out than