A wild free agency has shaken up the early rounds of our fantasy basketball points-league rankings. Who is on top? Who fell the furthest? Is Zion a top-20 player out of the gate?
Curry's usage rate should be sky high this season, but is he a better pick than the Greek Freak in roto leagues? Where should you draft Westbrook and Harden? How about rookies like Zion and Ja?
With NBA free agency well underway, we take a look at the impact these moves will have on the statistical value of fantasy stars like Kemba Walker, Julius Randle and Jimmy Butler, as well as sleepers whose value could skyrocket in 2019-20.
Now that we know where the top 2019 NBA rookies will play, who will star right away in fantasy? Who has sneaky upside in Year 1? Which lottery picks will have trouble getting minutes?
Will AD and LeBron help or hinder each other's fantasy basketball production? Is it time for Lonzo Ball to shine alongside Zion Williamson, Jrue Holiday and Brandon Ingram?
Here's how the most unique prospect in a decade can be unleashed all over the court.
Caesars Sportsbook has posted Duke star Zion Williamson (-450) as a significant favorite to win the Rookie of the Year award.
Who is the MVP? Who is the biggest bust? Who is the ROY? Our experts cast their votes and name their top breakout players for next season.
In order to live up to their likely ADP next season, players like Luka Doncic, Ben Simmons and Jayson Tatum are going to have to overcome these concerning red flags.
When deciding which players to select in the first four rounds in next year's fantasy draft, be sure to consider positional scarcity. John Cregan shines light on which players -- and positions -- to go after in the early rounds.
Already looking ahead to prepare your roster for next season? Here are Eric Karabell's top keeper options who are currently available in many leagues.