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Fantasy Articles Featuring Derek Fisher

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Derek Fisher's name.

Charlie's NBAngle: FARTDOGs

Charlie Zenger discusses how a team's poor perimeter defense can turn into season-long fantasy success.

NBA Team Previews: New York Knicks

Phil Jackson has brought the Triangle Offense to town. Will the Knicks reclaim a spot at the top of the East, or will Fish's words get lost at sea? Does anybody read these? E-mail Yes to Kyle@rotowire.com

Offseason Moves: Eastern Conference

It's always tough to keep track of all the player movement around the league. Here's a quick breakdown of the Eastern Conference and the team-by-team analysis.

Coaching Tiers 2014: Where Popovich Finishes Last

If minutes are the most important stat in fantasy, then it's important to know which coaches run the most fantasy-friendly rotations and whether last year's trends will continue.

NBA Draft Kit: Position Battles (Atlantic Division)

The Raptors and Nets have their starting lineups pretty well defined, but the Celtics, Knicks, and Sixers should have some healthy position battles in training camp.

NBA Team Previews: Oklahoma City Thunder 2013-14

With Russell Westbrook out until mid-December and Kevin Martin gone, can Reggie Jackson and Jeremy Lamb play well enough to help the Thunder and fantasy teams?

Hoops Lab: The Professor's NBA Playoff Cheat Sheet

Carmelo Anthony clocks in at No. 6.

The Prospect Post: Ten Day Contractors

Fred Katz on some potential fill-ins for the second half of the season.

NBA Value Meter: All Hail the King

LeBron James is averaging career highs in field goal percentage (54%), 3-point percentage (44%) and rebounds (8.5) and is the top ranked small on this week's meter.

NBA Value Meter: By George, I Think He's Got It

Paul George has found his shooting stroke and is stuffing the stat sheet on a nightly basis. He's averaging 21.8 points, 7.0 rebounds, 3.2 threes and 1.6 blocks over his last five games and is the top ranked shooting guard on this week's meter.

Category Strategy: Scoring Rookie

James Anderson (@RealJRAnderson) details why you should have traded Jeremy Lin this week and points out some great buys on the wire.

NBA Waiver Wire: Return from Injury

Charlie Zegers (@CharlieZegers) runs down the players that have yet to play and points out some good value buys on the waiver wire.

NBA Value Meter: Chairman of the Boards

Anderson Varejao has been a rebounding machine for the Cavs this year. He's averaging 16.8 points and 18.0 rebounds over his last five games and is the top ranked center on this week's meter.

Hoops Lab: Lakers Style Battle

Andre' Snellings (@ProfessorDrz) breaks down D'Antoni's impact in Laker Land and so much more.

Category Strategy: Parsons Family Time

James Anderson (@RealJRAnderson) talks trade targets and points out players who can help in specific categories.

NBA Team Previews: Los Angeles Lakers 2012-13

NBA Draft Kit: 2012 Western Conference Offseason Moves

John Clemeno takes you through the Western Conference and highlights some of the most interesting offseason moves.

Hoops Lab: The Professor's Postseason Cheat Sheet

Tony Parker clocks in at No. 6

NBA Waiver Wire: Looking Back at the Lamar Odom Trade

The deal that actually hurt both teams.

Hoops Lab: The Professor Talks Hoop

Tim Duncan out with DNP-Old

NBA Waiver Wire: Wilson Chandler Returns

Stop reading this headline and go put in a waiver claim.

NBA Injury Analysis: Rockets' Backcourt Woes

Kyle Lowry out, Kevin Martin hurting

Hoops Lab: The Professor Picks the Lakers to Win the West

Assuming Pau Gasol isn't dealt, no one in the conference can match up with LA's monsters in the paint

NBA Weekly Player Rankings: The Black Mamba Strikes Again

Kobe Bryant's wrist injury isn't preventing him from blowing up on a nightly basis. He's averaging 43.0 points, 6.2 rebounds, 1.8 threes and 2.2 steals over his last four games and is the top ranked shooting guard on this week's meter.

NBA Injury Analysis: NBA Injury Updates

Horford's Pectoral Tear Could End His Season

Hoops Lab: The Professor Talks Hoop

Older players like Kevin Garnett are largely off to slow starts

NBA Value Meter: Six Games For The Spaniard

Pau Gasol could have a big opening week with Kobe Bryant banged up and Andrew Bynum suspended. He averaged 18.8 points, 10.2 rebounds and 1.6 block last year and is the top ranked power forward on this week's meter.

NBA Waiver Wire: NBA Waiver Recommendations

Training Camp Battles and Fantasy Implications

Los Angeles Lakers Preview 2011: Los Angeles Lakers Preview 2011

NBA Mock Draft: Lockout Draft Edition

Drafting during the lockout made things interesting, though the first round went according to form with Kevin Durant in the top spot.