John Cregan identifies his All-Undervalued team, the players who greatly overachieved according to their draft-day fantasy value, including Trevor Ariza and Robin Lopez.
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 looks at players and teams who either excel or struggle at home or on the road and how fantasy owners can use that to their advantage.
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 discusses players who could be changing addresses very soon, and what a move elsewhere could have on fantasy value.
John Cregan looks at players with the most and least favorable schedules looking ahead to after the All-Star break.
John Cregan looks at the very valuable fantasy commodity of players with PG/SG eligibility.
John Cregan discusses the problem of top fantasy producers losing value because of their teams' bigger rotations.
John Cregan digs into the PER and usage rate stats to find potential fantasy bargains.
John Cregan on the NBA trade activity surrounding the draft and the fantasy implications for the players involved.
John Cregan looks at all the winners and losers from this year's trade deadline moves.
John Cregan looks at which teams and players are hurt and helped by their post-break schedules.
John Cregan discusses the importance of maximizing games and potential opportunities late in the fantasy basketball season.
John Cregan suggests players to pick up this late in the season to stash away as keepers for next 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 on non-playoff teams who could see an increase in playing time in the final weeks of the regular season.