Andre' Snellings is a Neural Engineer by day, and RotoWire's senior basketball columnist by night. He's a two-time winner of the Fantasy Basketball Writer of the Year award from the Fantasy Sports Writers Association.
Fantasy sports articles written by Andre' Snellings
Alex Len has been playing fairly well during his latest increase in playing time, and he's got a solid opportunity Friday against a Knicks defense that struggles guarding power forwards, where Len has been starting.
Ricky Rubio has been a bit up-and-down recently, but he's got a great opportunity to break out Sunday against a Suns defense that allows the most fantasy points per game to opposing point guards this season.
Kawhi Leonard continues to be a very consistent fantasy producer, but he's got a big opportunity to break out Saturday against the Rockets, who allow the most fantasy points per game to small forwards.
Reggie Jackson has struggled a bit of late, at least by his standards, but he's got a solid opportunity to bounce back against a Timberwolves team that is on the road for the latter half of its back-to-back.
Andre' Snellings addresses Charles Barkley's recent comments about the '96 Bulls being much better than the '15 Warriors and explains why it's far from a foregone conclusion that MJ would be victorious.
With Jrue Holiday sitting the second leg of a back-to-back and a matchup against a Jazz defense that is better defensively down low than on the perimeter, Ish Smith is a leading value play Saturday night.
In what has become a yearly tradition, Andre' Snellings has once again put put his money where his mouth is and gone back through some of the predictions he made in the Hoops Lab earlier in the season to see how well he did.