The Nets have a new coach in town, and all of the injured players that caused some of their turmoil last season are supposed to be healthy. Will health and a new head coach improve the Nets' fantasy production?
The only significant new piece the Grizzlies brought in this offseason was Vince Carter. Though he's been a bench player for the last few seasons, could Carter get thrust into the starting lineup this season?
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
Michael Carter-Williams has a great opportunity to be the most valuable on a destitute team. He was a top-15 player in head-to-head leagues last season, but can he improve his efficiency to be better in rotisserie?
Russell Westbrook is expected to be fully healthy coming into the season. Will Reggie Jackson be pushed back to a bench role or be asked to start at shooting guard? Also, is it Steven Adams' time to shine?
The Pelicans traded for Omer Asik to improve their already exciting defense in the frontcourt, but their fortunes seem more tied to the health they found elusive last season. Can they stay healthy and win?
After jettisoning the remaining two vertices of the Big 3 to Brooklyn this offseason, the Celtics are neck deep in rebuild mode. So, who's going to rise from the ashes and claim fantasy value this season?