• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
John Cregan discusses a number of players who have helped or hurt their fantasy stock during this year's Summer League.
John Cregan has his very early 2013-14 fantasy basketball keeper rankings and auction values.
John Cregan says you can exploit effective field goal percentage to hurt other teams in trade.
John Cregan highlights a handful of players who produce numbers that are unique for the position they qualify at, including Kyle Lowry (rebounds, blocks), Marc Gasol (assists, free throw percentage) and Joakim Noah (assists, steals).
John Cregan discusses how the pace and turnover ratio stats can help unearth potential fantasy basketball gems.
John Cregan discusses statistical variance among fantasy hoops categories, outlining how percentage categories and those focused on rebounds and blocks offer the least fluctuation.
John Cregan analyzes the future fantasy fallout of potential NBA trades that could occur before the deadline.
John Cregan offers up his midseason fantasy basketball rookie report, ranking and evaluating the NBA's top 17 first-year pros.
John Cregan discusses which of the 2013-14 rookies have the most fantasy value this season and beyond.
John Cregan examines the fantasy impact of several NBA offseason signings and trades.
John Cregan examines the fantasy impact of Dwight Howard's decision to join the Houston Rockets -- for Howard, James Harden and the Lakers.
John Cregan ranks this year rookie class from the NBA draft for their fantasy value in 2013-14.
John Cregan reviews his preseason predictions to find five that hit and five that missed.
John Cregan looks ahead to the final week of the season by addressing the issue of pace and how it can affect fantasy stats.
John Cregan encourages owners attempting to win the field goal percentage to consider the game-to-game consistency of players on their roster.
John Cregan explains the importance of maximizing your team's games played down the stretch, even if it means dropping big-name talent.