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Team Profiles – Central Division

LeBron James, Andre Drummond - RotoEvil's #1 NBA Fantasy Draft Guide

by Eric Wong on September 28, 2016

It shows how powerful LeBron James is when a dude as big and strong as Andre Drummond struggles to contain him in the paint. But the Pistons and Pacers are solid bets to make the playoffs again, and the young Bucks are dangerous too. As for those revamped Chicago Bulls, there are lots of question marks heading into preseason… (Read More…)

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Top 20 Veterans on New Teams

Serge Ibaka - RotoEvil's #1 Fantasy Basketball Draft Guide

by Eric Wong on September 26, 2016

In this new feature article we examine 20 key veterans on new teams, focusing on how well they’ll fit in, how much playing time they’ll get and their overall outlook for 2016-17. By using our scores (max 10 point scale) and in-depth analysis (each player gets a 2nd opinion), you’ll know which vets to target and which guys to stay away from.

It’s not difficult to envision Kevin Durant thriving on the Warriors, but what kind of expectations should fans have for Serge Ibaka going to the Magic, Harrison Barnes joining the Mavericks and Rondo and Wade now teaming up in Chicago? (Read More…)

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Team Profiles – Northwest Division

Damian Lillard, Russell Westbrook - RotoEvil's #1 Fantasy Basketball Draft Kit

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

With Kevin Durant gone, Russell Westbrook will have to elevate his game even further to keep the Thunder on top of this division. But they’re going to face stiff competition from Lillard’s young and talented Blazers and the deep and well-balanced Utah Jazz.

Find out which players are ready for bigger roles, and who the key X-factors and top bench sleepers are for all teams. (Read More…)

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Team Profiles – Pacific Division

Stephen Curry, Chris Paul - RotoEvil's #1 NBA Fantasy Draft Guide

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

Chris Paul’s Clippers have won 53+ games in four straight seasons, but they’ve yet to advance past the 2nd round. Can they pull off the upset, or are Curry’s Warriors simply too talented?

And will the Lakers, Suns and Kings continue to struggle mightily, or will one of them surprise us this season?
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Team Profiles – Southwest Division

Kawhi Leonard, James Harden - #1 NBA Fantasy Draft Guide

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

Last season Kawhi Leonard’s Spurs ran away with this division, but James Harden’s Rockets are looking to bounce back in a big way under the guidance of Mike D’Antoni.

With lots of talented players on new teams (Barnes and Bogut on the Mavs, Anderson and Gordon on the Rockets, Parsons on the Grizzlies, Stephenson on the Pelicans, Gasol on the Spurs), this is an intriguing division.
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Team Profiles – Atlantic Division

Kyle Lowry, Isaiah Thomas - #1 Fantasy Basketball Draft Guide

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

The Raptors and Celtics are the top teams in this division, with Kyle Lowry and Isaiah Thomas their respective leaders. Meanwhile, the Knicks, Nets and 76ers combined to win just 63 games last season, but New York could challenge for a playoff spot this year and Philly is loaded with frontcourt talent. (Read More…)

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Future 120 Rankings – 2013 Rookie Class

Giannis Antetokounmpo - #1 Fantasy Basketball Draft Guide

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

“Future 120” is our new and improved way of assessing the league’s top young prospects. We’ve created Top 30 Player Rankings (plus honorable mentions) for each of the past 4 Rookie classes, determined by analyzing them in three key areas: their projected role for 2016-17, their star potential/fantasy upside and their physical/mental readiness.

The Greek Freak is clearly at the top of this class, but where do guys like Steven Adams, Otto Porter, Allen Crabbe and Robert Covington rank compared to their 4th year peers? There are a lot of legit fantasy sleepers in the bottom half of this group too.

By studying our Future 120 Rankings, analysis and video footage, you’ll significantly increase your chances of knowing who the next CJ McCollum’s, Giannis Antetokounmpo’s and Nikola Jokic’s are, which is one of the keys to winning in fantasy hoops. (Read More…)

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Future 120 Rankings – 2014 Rookie Class

Andrew Wiggins, Zach LaVine, Aaron Gordon - #1 Fantasy Basketball Draft Guide

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

The 2014 draft class was loaded with elite athletes such as Andrew Wiggins, Zach LaVine and Aaron Gordon, but how do the futures look for guys like Elfrid Payton, Kyle Anderson and Marcus Smart? (Read More…)

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Future 120 Rankings – 2015 Rookie Class

Karl-Anthony Towns, Kristaps Porzingis - #1 Fantasy Basketball Draft Guide

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

Even as skinny, inexperienced and goofy looking 20 year olds, Kristaps Porzingis and Karl-Anthony Towns managed to impress us in a big way last season. This draft class is so stacked that Jahlil Okafor (the #3 pick from 2015) comes in at #9, and and all the lesser known prospects in the #10-25 range have a chance to really step up and make an impact in 2016-17. (Read More…)

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Future 120 Rankings – 2016 Rookie Class

Ben Simmons Joel Embiid Dario Saric Okafor Noel - #1 Fantasy Basketball Draft Guide

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

With Dario Saric, Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid (all three ranking in our top six for 2016) joining Jahlil Okafor and Nerlens Noel, the 76ers now feature a very young, talented and intriguing frontcourt. (Read More…)

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RotoEvil’s Draft Tracker Tool

Fantasy Basketball Draft Tool, App, Spreadsheet

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

Our Draft Tracker Tool is without a doubt the most useful & effective fantasy basketball tool available. With Customizable Rankings & Auction Values based on your league settings, built-in Positional Tiers that automatically update, sortable Stat Projections for 400+ players, and our useful Team Tracker to monitor your team’s strengths & weaknesses, anyone drafting without this is at a major disadvantage! (Read More…)

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Positional Tiers / Player Rankings

Fantasy Basketball Positional Tiers

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

Our Positional Tiers are great for helping you decide between two players, such as rising phenom Julius Randle or the slowly fading away Dirk Nowitzki. They’re also great for obtaining excellent late round value, while everyone else is picking from Tier 5, Tier 4 guys will simply fall into your lap! (Read More…)

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Team Depth Charts

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by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

Depth Charts for all 30 NBA teams, to be updated throughout preseason.
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Projected NBA Standings

NBA Projected Win-Loss Records, Standings

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

Check out our projected win-loss records for the season ahead, including which teams we expect to challenge for the final playoff spots. Sometime during preseason we will also list our favorite over/under win total bets, which we’ve been very good at selecting in recent years. (Read More…)

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Cornerstone Combos

Russell Westbrook - #1 NBA Fantasy Draft Guide

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

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, including some great ideas for Russell Westbrook. (Read More…)

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1+ Three and 47% FG Club

Stephen Curry - #1 Fantasy Basketball Draft Guide

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

In this article we examine players who are capable of knocking down threes without hurting your overall FG%, a very valuable skill for fantasy purposes.

Some of these guys are obvious (Steph Curry and Kevin Durant), but others will surprise you with their sneaky fantasy value. (Read More…)

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Weekly Schedule Grid

schedule grid

by Eric Wong on September 25, 2016

Knowing the schedule every week and utilizing it to your advantage is an important element of fantasy hoops, and RotoEvil has the most useful Weekly Schedule Grid around. (Read More…)

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