John Cregan examines which teams could be more fantasy-friendly in 2014-15, depending on what the draft and offseason bring.
John Cregan discusses the problem of top fantasy producers losing value because of their teams' bigger rotations.
John Cregan utilizes block percentage to target potential future forces in the category.
John Cregan compares this season's early shooting woes to those of the 1998-99 season, and which players are solid buy-low candidates.
John Cregan tries to make sense of some teams' crowded backcourts and which players could emerge as solid options from them going forward.
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.
Is this finally Devin Harris' year? John Cregan passes along his thoughtful reply to that question.