• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Josh Whitling looks at the fantasy impact of the Nets acquiring Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, the Pelicans getting Jrue Holiday, and the Nuggets-Grizzlies swap.
Josh Whitling discusses some players to pick up off the waiver wire, including some whose values could change based on NBA trade deadline deals.
Josh Whitling looks at potential waiver-wire options in assists, points and blocks.
Josh Whitling highlights widely available players who can help in the rebounds (such as Earl Clark), 3-pointers (Devin Harris) and steals (Alonzo Gee) categories.
Josh Whitling highlights players on the waiver wire who have more value now as a result of injuries or coaching changes, such as John Henson and Derrick Williams.
Josh Whitling highlights players on the waiver wire who can improve your bench depth, including John Salmons, Will Bynum and Hakim Warrick.
Josh Whitling highlights players to get off the waiver wire, including a handful of names who are replacing injured stars.
Josh Whitling notes the players who added or lost fantasy value thanks to changing teams in the offseason.
Josh Whitling breaks down the top NBA draft selections in terms of fantasy value for the short term and the future.
Josh Whitling offers up last-ditch waiver-wire options for the final days of the fantasy season.
Josh Whitling discusses players who had been dropped earlier this season, only to regain value and increase ownership in recent weeks.
Josh Whitling highlights players available in at least 99 percent of fantasy leagues who can provide help in deeper leagues.
Josh Whitling provides lesser-owned players to consider when trying to maximize production in the final days of the fantasy basketball season.
Josh Whitling reminds to target only categories in which you can make up ground, and offers players to help you do so.
Josh Whitling looks at players available on the waiver wire taking advantage of injuries to others or their own recovery from injuries.
Josh Whitling discusses widely available players, and focuses on those who can help in specific categories and those with interesting potential.