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2013 Rankings by Position
Find out where Russell Westbrook, Kyrie Irving, Damian Lillard, Chris Paul and other point guards are ranked going into your fantasy draft.
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Draft Strategy & Advice
If minutes are the most important stat in fantasy, than it's important to know which coaches run the most fantasy-friendly rotations.
Which rookies are going to have fantasy value this season? Who's this year's Damian Lillard? Who's this year's Anthony Davis? Fred Katz breaks it all down.
The mystery men of international basketball continue to migrate to the NBA, but which of these overseas MVPs should be on your roster?
Plan ahead. We've ranked all 30 teams based on their fantasy basketball playoff schedule. Use this to dominate your draft.
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2013 Eastern Conference Team Previews
2013 Western Conference Team Previews
Portland Trail Blazers
Sleeper, bust, and the fantasy value of the Lakers are all broken down by RotoWire's Lakers beat writer, Josh Lloyd. Do you believe in the Jordan Hill hype?
How will coach Jacque Vaughn deploy his Magic roster filled with young players? Will any of their veterans be in the rotation?
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Who would have guessed that all the red-hot offseason news would take place in the Central Division? RotoWire's Ken Crites breaks down the impact and position battles.
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.
In general, guards and big men have typical stats that they contribute in fantasy, but some players excel at providing out-of-position stats. Recognizing these players can help bring the bacon home.
RotoWire's Josh Lloyd has produced a breakdown of all the potential contract-year players for the 2014-15 season. Who do you think is going to play harder for a big contract?
RotoWire's Marc Roberts looks at the best, average, and worst-case scenarios for No. 7 pick Julius Randle in his seventh of a series of articles detailing the projected value of the top rookies for 2014-15.
Lance Stephenson has signed with the Charlotte Hornets. How will a move from the Pacers to the Hornets affect his fantasy value?
Nikola Mirotic has earned several awards overseas since being drafted 23rd overall in 2011, but will his success abroad lead to success as an NBA rookie?
RotoWire's Marc Roberts looks at the best, average, and worst-case scenarios for No. 5 pick Dante Exum in his fifth of a series of articles detailing the projected value of the top rookies for 2014-15.
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We put out a wide variety of content throughout preseason, the regular season, playoffs, and the offseason.
These are just a few of the fantasy basketball columns you can expect to read on regular basis throughout the season:
Analysis of advanced stats to give you an edge.
A breakdown of top stories from each day's games.
Find players who can help in specific roto categories.
Insight into NBA suspensions and other legal issues.
Andre' Snellings' weekly fantasy basketball column.
Our injury expert analyzes the latest NBA injuries.
Shannon McKeown reviews rising and falling players.
Fred Katz analyzes NBA rookies' fantasy potential.
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