• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
John Cregan identifies his All-Overpaid team, the players that fantasy owners spent too much upon in auctions and drafted too highly in snake drafts. Marc Gasol and Deron Williams lead the list.
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 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 lists potential keepers for the 2011-12 season, including those who are undervalued or just a guaranteed opportunity away.
John Cregan lists players who are high-risk, high-reward options for the fantasy season's final week of action.
John Cregan explains a last-ditch strategy to employ for those who find themselves fighting an uphill battle in the fantasy playoffs.
John Cregan discusses the importance of maximizing games and potential opportunities late in the fantasy basketball season.
John Cregan ranks the common categories of players eligible at multiple positions and the players within those groups worth targeting.
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 discusses the possibility of using John Hollinger's PER in fantasy, and how that would affect players' fantasy ratings.
John Cregan discusses players who are producing statistics that are well above average for the positions they play.
John Cregan discusses the most fantasy-friendly rotations in the NBA as well as those that frustrate fantasy owners.
John Cregan points out the many high-quality fantasy players who are slowing down and hurting your team down the stretch in specific areas.
John Cregan discusses the so-called "rookie wall" and explains why he feels it doesn't exist in fantasy.