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Handcuffing players on the same team may not be a common strategy for fantasy hoops, but it has its merits for certain situations.
So in this article we suggest the smartest teammate pairings, such as Mo Williams + Kyrie Irving.
Auction drafts are very different than normal snake drafts, and things can get hectic quickly if you’re not well-prepared. So in this article we examine the pros and cons of different auction strategies, and provide you with helpful bidding and spending tips so that you can stay calm, cool and confident during your auction, and come away with the strongest team in your league. (Read More…)
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In Part 1 of our “Players to Avoid or Be Careful of” series, we examine guys who have played 30,000 or more minutes in the NBA (playoffs included).
With lots of career mileage on their body odometers, you’ll want to either avoid them completely or be very careful when drafting. (Read More…)
On draft day, it’s crucial to know how players rank compared to other players at the same position. And by using RotoEvil’s superb Positional Tiers / Player Rankings, you’re gaining a huge advantage over the competition. Are Pau Gasol and Kevin Love in the same Tier? (Read More…)
So you want Anthony Davis, huh?
Well, who do you plan on drafting in Rounds 2 thru 5 to team up with The Brow??? The first few players that you draft are extremely important, because they build the foundation and form the identity for all winning fantasy teams.
In our popular Cornerstone Combos article, we suggest 6 players to consider teaming up with each potential 1st round pick. And we’ve got some great suggestions for AD! (Read More…)
In Part 1 of our “Young Breakout Stars” feature we examine the Top Rookies.
These are the most likely rookies to make a fantasy impact in 2015-16, so let’s get to know their games and why they’ll be successful. (Read More…)
In Part 2 of our “Young Breakout Stars” we examine 2nd and 3rd year players who are ready to take on larger roles in 2015-16.
A year ago we profiled Rudy Gobert in this article, and now look at him! (Read More…)
In Part 3 of our “Young Breakout Stars” we examine guys who were inconsistent last season, but are ready to become quality options in 2015-16.
Yep, Zach LaVine is 4 feet high and rising.
In Part 4 of our “Young Breakout Stars” we examine the young studs who are ready to become fantasy SUPERSTARS in 2015-16.
A year ago we profiled Klay Thompson in this article, and he broke out in a big way!
Usually NBA players need several years of pro experience before they really start to blossom, which is why we often see guys have career years between the ages of 25 and 28 years old, or between their 4th and 8th seasons.
Having that extra experience under your belt definitely helps, but you also need the right environment and opportunity to be successful. Our 10 Career Year Candidates for 2015-16 are: (Read More…)
What makes Kyle Korver so valuable is not just his multiple 3-pointers per game, but his ability to make those threes without damaging your team’s FG%.
So in this article we examine 40 players who are capable of knocking down threes without hurting your overall FG%, a very valuable skill for fantasy purposes. (Read More…)
In our Bounce Back Ballers article, we examine 20 players who had rough 2014-15 seasons. In addition to missing games due to injury, they also struggled to play up to their abilities when they were on the court.
Everyone knows Paul George’s story, but who are some other top candidates to bounce back and provide excellent value in 2015-16? (Read More…)
One reason why the Gasol brothers are so valuable for fantasy is their ability to block shots while still knocking down free throws at a high rate.
In this article we examine 30+ players who will block shots without hurting your overall FT%, a very valuable skill for fantasy purposes. (Read More…)
Kenneth Faried is coming off a disappointing season, made worse by a head coach who didn’t believe in him. But now that Mike Malone has taken over and Kenneth is smiling again, will we see a different Manimal in 2015-16?
Chandler Parsons made plenty of threes last season, but he played fewer minutes and the rest of his stats suffered.
Can Parsons take on a bigger role this season to help the Mavs contend for a playoff spot?
2014-15 was a magical season for these young and talented Warriors. Can they win back to back titles?!?
The Rockets made one of the more interesting moves this offseason by adding Ty Lawson.
Are they legit title contenders now?
Mark Cuban and some haters tried to tear the Clippers apart, but DeAndre stayed and apparently, IT’S ALL LOVE.
With a much improved bench, the Clippers are contenders once again… (Read More…)
This isn’t the free agent coup the Lakers were hoping for, and they may be forced to play some unique lineups in what could be Kobe Bryant’s final season. What should we expect from these new look Lakers?
This photo is hilarious, and it shows how united these Memphis stars are.
But which of their teammates can help them get to the next level?
By adding Karl-Anthony Towns to Andrew Wiggins and several other top prospects, Minnesota’s future looks very bright.
What should we expect from these budding stars? (Read More…)