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.
Your next matchup is likely February 8th through the 21st. The All-Star game in Toronto is this weekend, making this a two-week matchup in most season long fantasy basketball leagues. 5 Games: CHI, NOP, OKC, SAS, UTA, WSH 4 Games: ATL, BOS, BKN, CHA, CLE, DEN, DET, GSW, IND, LAC,
Welcome to the weekly Waiver Wire Fix, an article where I will be discussing which four players should be picked up based on recent production. The only criteria is that they have to be owned in less than 50% of Yahoo leagues. Let’s get started.
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
Kristaps Porzingis I have to admit, I was (and still am slightly) concerned with the viability of Kristaps Porzingis actually becoming a real NBA front-court player. Leading up to the draft he seemed like the classic Euro mystery ‘big’; that mish-mash combo of guard-like skills, shooting and ball-handling, coupled with with the
Part one of this two-parter can be found here in case you missed it. Here are 14 more players with question marks and a point to prove this season, with varying levels of success in terms of what they’ve achieved and what we expect from them going into this season.