Mike started covering fantasy sports in 2007, joining RotoWire in 2010. He currently focuses... moreon the NBA. Before RotoWire, Mike wrote for KFFL.com.
Winner of the FSWA 2016 Newcomer of the Year Award, Juan Carlos Blanco has... morebeen playing fantasy sports for close to 20 years and covers NBA, MLB, and the NFL for Rotowire.com, including serving as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' beat writer. He has previously written for KFFL.com and remains an avid season-long and daily fantasy player in multiple sports.
Jeff has provided sports content for CBS Sports, Fox Sports and Bleacher Report and... morehas played fantasy sports since scores had to be tabulated via newspaper. He started working with RotoWire in 2017. Originally from South Carolina, he's a lifelong Clemson fan now enjoying the sun in Los Angeles.
Joel has 15 years of Fantasy experience, and can recall riding a young Daunte... moreCulpepper to a championship in the 2003-04 season in his inaugural fantasy year. He covers NBA, NFL, daily fantasy, EPL, MLB, and CBB for RotoWire.
Alex writes primarily about the NBA for RotoWire. His work has appeared on CBS... moreSports, Bleacher Report and other sites. He enjoys both year-long and daily fantasy. Vince Carter and Alex both first dunked during their respective sophomore years of high school.
RotoWire's NBA Editor and award winning host of the RotoWire NBA Podcast. Many... moreyears ago, Stromile Swift gave Nick his unbelievably sweaty headband after a preseason game. Despite its failure to match his school colors, Nick went on to wear that headband for the entirety of his sixth grade basketball season. Catch Nick on Twitter @wha1en.
Ben is an Assistant NBA Editor for RotoWire. Some of his contributions include breaking... morenews updates, article editing/writing and appearances on RotoWire's NBA DFS Podcast. Proud graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Rikleen writes the NBA column "Numbers Game," which decodes the math that underpins fantasy... morebasketball. A certified math teacher, Rikleen decided the field of education pays too well, so he left it for writing. He is a Boston College graduate living in Delaware.