• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Seth Landman has his fantasy all-stars for the 2012-13 NBA season, according to the Player Rater.
Seth Landman looks at players who have not come close to living up to their high draft expectations this season.
Seth Landman suggests a handful of players who are coming on late that aren't owned in many ESPN leagues.
Seth Landman looks at some recent high finishers on the waiver wire who might be able to help teams late in the season.
Seth Landman discusses a handful of players whose Player Rater ranking is far below expectations and whether they can bounce back as the season progresses.
Seth Landman lists a handful of players taking advantage of greater opportunities down the stretch.
Seth Landman discusses the deep point guard position in fantasy and the differences between them from a categorical standpoint.
Seth Landman discusses how early returns in fantasy can be deceiving, especially because of the small sample size.
Seth Landman takes a closer look at four players whose numbers were far off their previous production and whether they'll return to normal stats.
Seth Landman lists the biggest surprises and disappointments from the 2009-10 fantasy basketball season.
Seth Landman discusses five players on teams with very little to play for who can help improve your team during the final few weeks.
Seth Landman looks at the keeper value of this year's rookie guard class.
Seth Landman lists five players who are quickly improving and worth owning down the stretch and in future seasons.
Seth Landman discusses players who can help in individual categories, despite their deficiencies in others.
Seth Landman discusses players you can pick up to help in the scoring departments.
Seth Landman discusses players who are looking good for an increase in value on the Player Rater, as well as those on the way down.