• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
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 offers up his midseason fantasy basketball rookie report, ranking and evaluating the NBA's top 17 first-year pros.
John Cregan discusses how stats such as PER, usage rate and minutes played can lead to finding hidden fantasy gems.
John Cregan discusses which teams offer up lots of playing time to players, and which ones spread the time around too much to be fantasy relevant.
John Cregan discusses a number of players who have helped or hurt their fantasy stock during this year's Summer League.
John Cregan ranks this year rookie class from the NBA draft for their fantasy value in 2013-14.
John Cregan explains the importance of maximizing your team's games played down the stretch, even if it means dropping big-name talent.
John Cregan looks at players with the most and least favorable schedules looking ahead to after the All-Star break.
John Cregan lists 25 players on teams likely bound for the lottery who could see more playing time and increase in fantasy value as the season winds down.
John Cregan discusses which teams to target and avoid when selecting matchups for your fringe fantasy players.
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 provides the winners and losers from the handful of trades on draft night.
John Cregan lists players who are high-risk, high-reward options for the fantasy season's final week of action.
John Cregan ranks the common categories of players eligible at multiple positions and the players within those groups worth targeting.
John Cregan lists players whose scoring averages masks deficiencies in their fantasy game.
John Cregan looks at players who have very distinctive stats splits at home compared to on the road.