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About Trevor Crippen - RotoBaller

I live in Boston, but grew up in Washington state, where I picked up bad habits like rooting for the Mariners. Since the Sonics left Seattle, I've been having open auditions for my new favorite NBA team. So far I haven't found a bandwagon that feels right, outside of "whoever is playing against those thieves in Oklahoma City."
Trevor Crippen - RotoBaller has written 94 articles so far, you can find them below.

It's never too early to start streaming.  Whether you have an opening due to an injury, you auction-drafted a crew of stars and scrubs, or you just didn't bother putting any effort into your last couple draft picks, you probably have a player or two on your team who isn't must-own.  You're better off using... Read More


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Draft season is on for the 2016-17 NBA season, and it's time to start thinking about how you're going to win your league.  RotoBaller will be here with rankings, sleepers, and busts like usual.  Before we dive too deep into the nitty gritty this year, though, we should take a look at the broader picture,... Read More

There is more to this world than playing in standard nine category head-to-head and roto fantasy basketball leagues.  Why, there are also eight category leagues without turnovers, or ten, eleven, twelve... twenty(!) category leagues too.  Adding categories can be a fun way to shake up your basketball league, but it can also lead to lopsided... Read More

I spend a lot of time thinking about the underlying structure and theory of almost any game I end up playing.  Fantasy basketball is no exception.  I think that if you want to win in fantasy basketball it's more important to know how the game of fantasy basketball works than it is to understand how... Read More

In case you missed it, here's the latest in RotoBaller's offseason fantasy basketball coverage.  More stuff on the way includes a look at the Houston Rockets under Mike D'Antoni, a peek at Philly's other "rookies," and more rookie profiles starting with Denver's Jamal Murray.  Have a great weekend!   This Week in RotoBaller NBA Barnes,... Read More

Always a bridesmaid, the Dallas Mavericks once again whiffed on attracting any big names to Dallas, not finding themselves in the conversation for Kevin Durant, while falling short of more realistic targets like Hassan Whiteside, Al Horford, and Dwight Howard. They couldn't even keep their main in-house free agent, as Chandler Parsons bolted for the... Read More

Well that just happened.  Kevin Durant shook up the NBA landscape by leaving the only franchise he's ever played for to join a team that just set the NBA regular season wins record.  While the sky's the limit for the new super team Warriors, the Thunder are left devastated in the wake of Durant's departure,... Read More

Over the course of the offseason, I took part in a 20-team dynasty start-up draft run by Jordan Schultz of  The league is standard 9 category head-to-head, with 16 man rosters including 8 starters (PG, SG, SF, PF, C, 3xUTIL) and 8 bench spots.  The start-up draft took place over the course of two... Read More

It was another exciting draft night in the NBA, filled as usual with baseless trade rumors, actual trades that came out of nowhere, bad picks by the Kings, good picks by the Spurs, and the UK voting to leave the European Union.  Well, I guess that last one doesn't usually happen in the NBA draft. ... Read More

The NBA Finals are a Funeral for the No-D Stretch Four Whoever ends up winning in Sunday's Game 7 of the NBA Finals, there's one lesson to be taken from these Finals. Slow-footed, three-point shooting big men who are minuses on defense, like the Cavaliers' Kevin Love and Channing Frye, might be exciting floor-spacing options... Read More

Fantasy basketball coverage is typically pretty dead now that the fantasy basketball season is long past.  Most NBA fans have had the playoffs to focus on -- at least the handful of series that have been fantastic like Golden State / Oklahoma City, as opposed to the many series this year that have been either... Read More

RotoBaller has assembled NBA injury updates and advice on various injury situations throughout the NBA to prepare for your daily lineups on March 2, 2016. Understanding the injury landscape, and who plans to benefit instead, is critical for setting your fantasy basketball lineups daily. Here we will focus on the important questions: Who is injured?... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Add in Deep Leagues OWNED IN: 1% of Yahoo! Leagues ANALYSIS: I'm a huge fan of Brandan Wright's fantasy potential if he can work his way up to anywhere near a starter's share of minutes in filling in for Marc Gasol. Wright has never played more than around 20 minutes a game, though,... Read More

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