• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Brian McKitish provides his top-150 rankings for the 2010-11 fantasy basketball season, updated since LeBron James announced his decision.
Brian McKitish provides his latest rankings, highlighted by the drop not only of injured stars Chris Paul and Carlos Boozer, but also of Andre Iguodala after his rough January.
Brian McKitish provides his latest fantasy basketball rankings and looks at players on the rise for the last week of the season.
Brian McKitish provides his top-150 rankings for the 2012-13 fantasy basketball season, highlighting those players who have risen and fallen since April.
Brian McKitish reshuffles his rankings for the last part of the season and features some unsung players getting more playing time thanks to injuries to other stars.
Brian McKitish offers his latest rankings and mentions a bunch of late-rising players who can help on the waiver wire.
Brian McKitish offers his latest rankings and discusses players who are prominent on the most-added and most-dropped list.
Brian McKitish looks at players gaining extra playing time and returning from injuries who can boost fantasy teams down the stretch.
John Cregan utilizes block percentage to target potential future forces in the category.
Brian McKitish highlights a handful of players who struggled to start the season but have started to turn their games around.
Brian McKitish lists his top 100 fantasy players for the 2011-12 season and lists some of the most undervalued and overvalued players.
Brian McKitish provides his latest rankings, and discusses the biggest risers and fallers entering February.
Brian McKitish lists some top breakout performers from the first half, as well as those who could do so in the second half.
Brian McKitish provides his latest rankings and discusses why Russell Westbrook and Luis Scola are legitimate top fantasy threats.
Brian McKitish provides his latest rankings and discusses 10 players who have not lived up to expectations in the early going.
Seth Landman discusses how early returns in fantasy can be deceiving, especially because of the small sample size.