John Cregan identifies his All-Undervalued team, the players who greatly overachieved according to their draft-day fantasy value, including Trevor Ariza and Robin Lopez.
John Cregan outlines more than a dozen NBA fantasy players likely to post statistical declines next season as a result of injuries and peak value.
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 creates the FG%I stat to show which players have the best combination of hitting 3-pointers, taking lots of shots and having a high shooting percentage.
John Cregan discusses which teams offer up lots of playing time to players, and which ones spread the time around too much to be fantasy relevant.
John Cregan discusses the problem of top fantasy producers losing value because of their teams' bigger rotations.
John Cregan digs into the PER and usage rate stats to find potential fantasy bargains.
John Cregan looks at how the percentage categories are often overlooked in fantasy basketball and how a stat like True Shooting Percentage can help find some great value pickups.
John Cregan examines a handful of playoff-bound teams in search of star players who could be rested more in the final days of the regular season, such as Derrick Rose and Marc Gasol.
John Cregan looks at rotational changes throughout the league since the trade deadline.
John Cregan lists players who are high-risk, high-reward options for the fantasy season's final week of action.
John Cregan explains a last-ditch strategy to employ for those who find themselves fighting an uphill battle in the fantasy playoffs.
John Cregan ranks the common categories of players eligible at multiple positions and the players within those groups worth targeting.
John Cregan discusses players drafted late -- or not drafted at all -- in fantasy, only to have a strong impact to this point in the season.
John Cregan discusses the importance of finding assists from those who aren't point guards, and provides a host of players who fit the bill.
John Cregan discusses the so-called "rookie wall" and explains why he feels it doesn't exist in fantasy.