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Three Undervalued Forwards for Fantasy Basketball Drafts

This league is chock full of guards that are able to contribute. Finding guards who are undervalued that you can target later in the draft while stocking up on the more talented big men in the beginning is always a sound strategy. While you don’t want to wait too long to get your starting guards,... Read More

Forward is normally a deep position in fantasy basketball. Many owners look for their forwards to be solid all around producers in the mold of Draymond Green or Kristaps Porzingis. When getting to the later rounds of the draft, forwards become more one dimensional contributors who only provide one or two category boosts such as... Read More

With studs such as Karl-Anthony Towns, DeMarcus Cousins, and Al Horford at the top of the draft, centers are likely to go early in your fantasy draft. However, if you miss out on a stud or do not like the downside to players such as Andre Drummond or DeAndre Jordan, there are a few late... Read More

Basketball season is upon us. Stephen Curry will look to stay healthy, and lead a redemptive tour back to the top. Kyrie Irving plans to ride his magical finals performance into the regular season while it has gotten pretty lonely in Oklahoma City for Russell Westbrook. What do all these names have in common? They're... Read More

The leaves are changing colors, the NFL season is in full swing and baseball’s postseason has begun. The next step in the natural sports cycle is for the NBA to get underway, and it’ll do just that in a matter of weeks. Now is the time to start with fantasy basketball drafts, and of course... Read More

The annual NBA Draft is one of the most exciting times for  hoops enthusiasts. It's a great time to get fired up about our team's future and to try to peg the next big star in the league. For fantasy purposes, guys aren't necessarily must-owns based on talent, but a lot of times the situations those... Read More

Last year’s crop of rookie centers were so good they managed to breathe some new life into a "dying" position. Karl-Anthony Towns, Nikola Jokic, Myles Turner, and Jahlil Okafor all paid immediate dividends to not only the teams that drafted them but also any fantasy owners smart enough to snatch the young big men up.... Read More

Punting free throw percentage (FT%) usually isn’t a draft strategy done by choice, but it can be a viable strategy nonetheless. If this type of punt is done with a solid draft plan, you can build a really strong fantasy basketball team on draft day. If you find yourself drafting John Wall, Andre Drummond, DeAndre Jordan,... Read More

Blocks can be one of the hardest positions to acquire if you start out your draft with a point guard such as Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook, or Chris Paul and miss out on the top big men on the way back. This makes punting a viable strategy for blocks, allowing you to focus on guards or... Read More

In today’s NBA everyone is shooting a ton of three pointers and thus the category has been one of the more difficult ones to punt on.  There are two ways to look at punting the category, if you are able to draft Stephen Curry in round one, you may be able to do a near... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Monitor as a late season waiver wire add CURRENT ADP: NA ANALYSIS: Domantas Sabonis was considered one of the most skilled big men in this draft class and managed to land in a great spot in Oklahoma City. So far this preseason he seems to be starting alongside Steven Adams with Enes Kanter coming off the bench... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Monitor as a late season waiver wire add CURRENT ADP: NA ANALYSIS: Jakob Poeltl was the only true center to go in the top ten of this year’s draft. He’s playing on a Toronto team that has a pretty set starting rotation, including a potential All-Star center in Jonas Valanciunas. However, the role of backup to Valanciunas... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Monitor as a possible late season waiver wire add CURRENT ADP: NA ANALYSIS: The Knicks have an aging Joakim Noah and a not so talented Marshall Plumlee as their two center prospects. As long as those two are healthy, it will more than likely be a red-shirt year for Willy Hernangomez. If either Noah or Plumlee goes... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Monitor as a possible late season waiver wire stash CURRENT ADP: NA ANALYSIS: Wade Baldwin will be a very intriguing player in his rookie season. He came into the draft with little fanfare, and was selected by the Grizzlies with the 17th pick in the first round. Baldwin is a good athlete, and his 6’3” frame comes... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Monitor as a possible late season waiver wire stash CURRENT ADP: NA ANALYSIS: With Derrick Rose already in the middle of a trial that could jeopardize his first season in a Knicks uniform, Brandon Jennings might very well find himself as the starting point guard in New York come the regular season. Jennings is among a handful of Phil Jackson's... Read More

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