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Fantasy Articles Featuring Derek Fisher

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

NBA Waiver Wire: Knick Knacks

Derek Fisher's shorter rotation gives players like Robin Lopez a fantasy boost, says Charlie Zegers.

Hoops Lab: Appreciating Dirk

Dirk Nowitzki passed Shaquille O'Neal on the all-time scoring list last week, and Andre' Snellings explains why it's time to step back and appreciate the career of the legendary baller.

NBA Barometer: Upside Blocked

With Jordan Clarkson and Louis Williams, not to mention Kobe Bryant, playing so many minutes for the Lakers, rookie D'Angelo Russell is having a hard time getting consistent playing time.

NBA Waiver Wire: First Impressions

Charlie Zegers looks at rookies worth playing (like Denver's Emmanuel Mudiay), the Knicks' high-usage bench and more in this week's waiver picks.

NBA Coaching Tiers: All About Minutes

Playing time is one of the most important factors in assessing fantasy value, and RotoWire's James Anderson breaks down which coaches are the most and least fantasy-friendly.

Rebound & Rant: Real Playoffs Edition

Ken Crites is back with his playoff predictions, including his 2014-15 NBA Champion pick.

Rebound & Rant: Playoff Desperation Edition

Ken Crites returns to let off a little injury-related steam and give his best desperation pickups for the fantasy playoffs.

Hoops Lab: Beast Mode?

Don't worry, the usual basketball rundown is inside, but first, ProfessorDrz needs to get something off his chest.

Charlie's NBAngle: Left Behind

For trade deadline values, look to the players that got left behind

The Prospect Post: It Takes Three To Tank

The 76ers, Knicks and Timberwolves are all in tank mode, and James Anderson checks in on each team's progress in their effort to tank for the future.

NBA Injury Analysis: LeBron's Absence and Other Injuries

LeBron James is expected to be out for the next two weeks. Jeff Stotts breaks down the impact of the injury and what to expect from James going forward.

Charlie's NBAngle: The One Team Philly Can Beat

The Wildcats vs. the Sixers? Really? Plus: how Calderon's debut may help the Knicks' defense.

Daily Games Cheat Sheet: Tuesday

With just four games on the slate Tuesday, finding good value plays may be more difficult than usual.

Hoops Lab: What We've Learned So Far

The Hoops Lab officially returns for the 2014-15 season as The Professor Andre' Snellings breaks down his first impressions of the season.

NBA Waiver Wire: Pickups and FAAB for Week 3

RotoWire's Josh Lloyd breaks down the best waiver wire pickups from the last week.

Daily Games Cheat Sheet: Sunday

There are just four games on the slate Sunday, but there are lot of interesting plays to use in daily games lineups.

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

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.