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141dTom Carpenter

Way-too-early fantasy basketball rankings

Tom Carpenter provides his way-too-early fantasy basketball rankings for next season, headlined by Steph Curry. LeBron James is no longer a top-five player.

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170dJoe Kaiser

Top 10 takeaways from fantasy basketball season

Joe Kaiser outlines the top-10 takeaways from the 2015-16 fantasy NBA season, leading off with how Stephen Curry has made the top pick in next year's draft a no-brainer decision.

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172dJohn Cregan

2015-16 redraft: Picking the perfect fantasy team

John Cregan redrafts his fantasy basketball team based on players who have greatly exceeded their average draft position, including Draymond Green and Karl-Anthony Towns.

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167dRenee Miller

How to build a winning lineup in NBA DFS

Renee Miller discusses the strategy behind constructing winning rosters in NBA DFS, in terms of having the right combination of value, upside and safety.

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369dJoe Kaiser

Kaiser: Building a winning NBA DFS lineup

Whether it's researching minutes per game, usage rate or pace, building a winning lineup in NBA DFS comes down 10 easy steps to take into consideration when constructing your roster.

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60dZach Lowe

Will the Magic's latest reset work?

Orlando's first attempt at rebuilding didn't go as planned, and now the Magic are hoping their latest plan has them on the rocky road to becoming an Eastern Conference contender.

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Latest NBA free-agent reports

The market is open. NBA free-agency news is coming in fast. Stay up-to-date with the latest rumblings from around the league.

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KD's dad: It was time to 'be selfish'

All Kevin Durant's life, he's done the unselfish thing. For his free-agency decision, Durant's father told him to think about himself.

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Player movement: 2016-17 season

From the draft to free agency and trades, plenty of players are calling new cities home in 2016-17. We've got all 30 teams covered.