John Cregan looks ahead to the final week of the season by addressing the issue of pace and how it can affect fantasy stats.
John Cregan highlights a number of rookies who could put up big numbers in the final weeks.
John Cregan discusses specific positions on certain teams that could bear long-term fantasy fruit.
John Cregan looks at players with the most and least favorable schedules looking ahead to after the All-Star break.
John Cregan looks at players with significant statistical splits at home versus on the road.
John Cregan highlights a handful of players who produce numbers that are unique for the position they qualify at, including Kyle Lowry (rebounds, blocks), Marc Gasol (assists, free throw percentage) and Joakim Noah (assists, steals).
John Cregan looks at the best and likely underrated fantasy options on teams likely headed to the lottery.
John Cregan looks at the fantasy implications of James Harden's trade to the Houston Rockets.
John Cregan on the NBA trade activity surrounding the draft and the fantasy implications for the players involved.
John Cregan highlights 1+1+1 players, those who have the potential to get one steal, one block and one 3-pointer made in a game.
John Cregan looks at all the winners and losers from this year's trade deadline moves.
John Cregan compares this season's early shooting woes to those of the 1998-99 season, and which players are solid buy-low candidates.
John Cregan lists potential keepers for the 2011-12 season, including those who are undervalued or just a guaranteed opportunity away.
John Cregan makes sense of the flurry of deals made before the deadline from a fantasy angle.
John Cregan discusses players drafted late -- or not drafted at all -- in fantasy, only to have a strong impact to this point in the season.
John Cregan looks at players who have very distinctive stats splits at home compared to on the road.