• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
John Cregan lists his top rookies for fantasy purposes in 2014-15 following the NBA draft.
John Cregan offers up 10 tips heading into next season and also offers up his Top 150 auction values.
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 identifies his All-Overpaid team, the players that fantasy owners spent too much upon in auctions and drafted too highly in snake drafts. Marc Gasol and Deron Williams lead the list.
John Cregan examines which teams could be more fantasy-friendly in 2014-15, depending on what the draft and offseason bring.
John Cregan examines which fantasy players have the least or greatest chance of helping or hurting your team's shooting performance in a one-game scenario.
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 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 players from non-contending teams who could be fantasy superstars down the stretch.
John Cregan discusses players worth getting a shot for big production around fantasy playoff time.
John Cregan discusses position scarcity, especially with regards to points leagues.
John Cregan looks at players and teams who either excel or struggle at home or on the road and how fantasy owners can use that to their advantage.
John Cregan looks for players who have negative efficiency in terms of field goal shooting, free throw shooting and turnovers.