• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Eric Karabell takes a closer look at Richard Hamilton's recent assists surge and finds a few more players who could quickly go on a "category surge."
Eric Karabell has some tips for the final week of the regular season in head-to-head leagues, including cutting some big-name players who may not be producing.
In honor of Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game, Eric Karabell identifies his top single-game fantasy performers this season.
Eric Karabell takes a closer look at coach Don Nelson and his Golden State Warriors, explaining why Nelson is so revered in the fantasy community.
Eric Karabell discusses All-Star Weekend participants and what to expect the rest of the way from them.
Eric Karabell examines the NBA All-Star teams, and then notes the changes he would make from a fantasy perspective.
Eric Karabell discusses the top rookies, including Brook Lopez, but says the Clippers' Eric Gordon will wind up on top in fantasy.
Eric Karabell looks at five players he just can't trust and five players he's finally buying into.
Eric Karabell debunks the myth that you need a top point guard to lead your league in assists.
Eric Karabell admits decent centers are hard to find on the waiver wire, but he tosses out a few who could help in some fashion.
Eric Karabell discusses point guards who shoot it well, like Steve Nash has for years.
Eric Karabell discusses injured or underperforming NBA players and wonders if it's time to sell.
Eric Karabell discusses why fantasy value is largely unaffected by coaching changes in basketball.
Eric Karabell discusses how Ray Allen is still overvalued and offers other players who are rather one-dimensional.
Eric Karabell highlights the most-discussed fantasy basketball players after one month of play.
Eric Karabell offers up a handful of trade tips, including what he would give up to get LeBron James and what to do with traded players such as Allen Iverson.