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Team Previews: Miami Heat 2013-14

Beyond the Big 3, the Heat have mostly been a fantasy graveyard, but the additions of Michael Beasley and Greg Oden offer a glimmer of hope.

Hoops Lab: Chris Paul Anchors the Clips

Andre' Snellings (@ProfessorDrz) looks at the concept of offensive anchors like Chris Paul and what it means for fantasy teams.

Team Previews: Miami Heat 2012-13

Miami Heat Preview 2011: Miami Heat Preview 2011

NBA Injury Analysis: 2008 Portland Trailblazers Preview

Offseason Moves

Hoops Lab: NBA Hoops Lab-Week 16

2008 Miami Heat Preview

Crashing the Boards

Coaching Changes

NBA Playoff Cheat Sheet: The Professor Handicaps the NBA Playoffs

Star veterans like Kevin Garnett should finally see big minutes on a regular basis

Team Previews: 2009 Miami Heat Preview

NBA Injury Analysis: NBA Injury Notes

Watch out for Operation Shutdown

NBA Barometer: Grizzlie Situation in Memphis

Rudy Gay is having a career year for the Grizzlies, but a shoulder injury will cost him at least the next four weeks. Who will step up in his absence?

Category Strategy: Redd Gets the Green Light

Michael Redd is set to return to the Bucks. When healthy, he's provided solid percentages for a shooting guard and can light it up from beyond the arc.

Category Strategy: Three-Point Darkhorse

Shooting against bigger names in the three-point contest, Daniel Gibson is flying under the radar.

NBA Weekly Player Rankings: The King Of New York

Amar’e Stoudemire is proving that he doesn’t need Steve Nash to put up big fantasy numbers S.T.A.T (Standing Tall and Talented) is averaging career highs in points (26.0) and blocks (2.2) and is the sixth ranked center on this week’s meter.

Category Strategy: Taking Advantage of Injuries

NBA Weekly Player Rankings: D-Rose Raining Threes

Derrick Rose has added a three-point shot to his arsenal and has been virtually unstoppable this year. He’s already made more threes this season (43) than in his first two years combined (32) and is the top ranked point guard on this week’s meter.

NBA Value Meter: Flash is Back

After a slow start, Dwyane Wade is learning how to co-exist with LeBron James. Wade is averaging 29.8 points, 8.6 rebounds and 5.0 assists over his last five games and is the top ranked shooting guard on this week's meter.

NBA Value Meter: Chairman of the Boards

Kevin Love is dominating the glass and scoring at will for the Timberwolves. He's averaging 23.6 points, 19.2 rebounds and 1.4 threes over his last five games and is the top ranked power forward on this week's meter, topping Pau Gasol (pictured).

NBA Value Meter: Time To Fire Up The Hibachi?

With John Wall nursing a knee injury, Gilbert Arenas has really stepped up his game. He's averaging 22.4 points, 8.0 assists, 1.8 steals and 2.8 threes over his last five games and is the second ranked shooting guard on this week's meter.

NBA Value Meter: Block Party In The ATL

Josh Smith is having a career year in blocks (3.0) and rebounds (9.3) and is the top-ranked power forward on this week's meter.

NBA Value Meter: Dynamic Duo in OKC

Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook are putting up some serious fantasy numbers for Oklahoma City. Durant is averaging 28.9 points, Westbrook's at 24.3 ppg and both guys are ranked first at their respective positions on this week's meter.

NBA Weekly Player Rankings: Rudy's on a Roll

Rudy Gay is playing at an All-Star level early in the season. He's averaging 29.6 points, 6.0 rebounds, 2.6 threes and 2.2 steals over his last five games and is this week's second ranked small forward.

NBA Waiver Suggestions: Richard Jefferson's offseason work paying off

Richard Jefferson, Arron Afflalo, Big Baby off to Hot Starts

NBA Barometer: Monitor Jamison

Antawn Jamison has already missed one game and could miss another Friday, so fantasy owners should be tracking his status - as well as that of some other promising players.

Hoops Lab: The Professor Talks Hoop

Derrick Rose could make the leap to superstardom this year

NBA Value Meter: Start Your Blazers

Brandon Roy is averaging 25.0 points, 6.3 rebounds, 2.7 threes and 1.7 steals and the Trail Blazers play five times this week.

Category Strategy: And We're Off