Josh Whitling looks at the fantasy impact of the Nets acquiring Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, the Pelicans getting Jrue Holiday, and the Nuggets-Grizzlies swap.
Neil Tardy focuses on the final day of the NBA regular season, offering up little-owned players who should put up big numbers.
Josh Whitling discusses some players to pick up off the waiver wire, including some whose values could change based on NBA trade deadline deals.
Neil Tardy recaps Tuesday's NBA action, and explains why Tim Duncan has been such an improved fantasy commodity this season.
In his Weekly Dish column, Brian McKitish outlines who's hot (Damian Lillard) and who's not (Pau Gasol) as we head into the week of Nov. 26, and updates his top 130 overall rankings.
Tom Carpenter recaps Sunday in the NBA, which was highlighted by the Los Angeles Lakers' hiring of coach Mike D'Antoni.
John Cregan looks at all the winners and losers from this year's trade deadline moves.
Brian McKitish highlights a handful of players who struggled to start the season but have started to turn their games around.
Neil Tardy discusses Manu Ginobili's injury along with the rest of the fantasy news from Monday's games.
Neil Tardy on the quality of basketball in the wake of a shortened preseason, Ricky Rubio's and Kyrie Irving's debuts, observations from Dec. 26 action and looking ahead to Dec. 27 games.
Brian McKitish provides his list of players he's excited about in 2011-12, as well as those he feels will underperform their draft position.
Josh Whitling looks at whom would gain statistically if Deron Williams' injury ends his season.
Brian McKitish notes the most notable risers and fallers among his Top 130 rankings this week, with Danny Granger dropping and Brook Lopez rising.
Brian McKitish discusses players who have increased their numbers significantly in the past month, and provides his latest rankings.
Josh Whitling pinpoints widely available players who can help make a difference in rebounds, steals and blocks the rest of the way.
Seth Landman recaps Thursday in the NBA, including more solid efforts from Andrei Kirilenko and Al Jefferson for the Jazz.