• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Josh Whitling scours the waiver wire for players coming on lately who could be great additions down the stretch.
Josh Whitling highlights useful fantasy options on the waiver wire who were drafted in many leagues but then dropped because of poor play over an extended stretch.
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 on the waiver wire who can help in the field goal percentage, free throw percentage and blocks catetgories.
Josh Whitling looks at the best available players on waivers in many leagues, including emerging Timberwolves rookie Alexey Shved.
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 goes category-by-category to find helpers on the waiver wire for the final two weeks of play.
Josh Whitling looks at players owned in very few leagues who could benefit from injuries to teammates, or from an increased role, down the stretch.
Josh Whitling discusses players you can target on the waiver wire to help in scoring and field goal percentage.
Josh Whitling looks at players to target on your waiver wire, including the surging Tiago Splitter in San Antonio and Drew Gooden in the thin Bucks frontcourt.
Josh Whitling pinpoints widely available players who can help make a difference in rebounds, steals and blocks the rest of the way.
Josh Whitling discusses category helpers in the percentages and 3-pointers as you look to make a move in the standings.
Josh Whitling looks at a number of players who can fill needs in specific categories.
Josh Whitling lists widely available players worth considering as pickups, especially in light of the many injuries thus far this season.