Pierre Camus - RotoBaller

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: Draft in 9-13 CURRENT ADP: 117.4 ANALYSIS: Everyone in the world will be watching to see how well Joel Embiid starts the season. There are so many reasons to not consider Embiid for a roster spot; logjam at center, two straight years with no NBA minutes, only one good year at Kansas (it was sooooo good... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Draft in rounds 8-12 CURRENT ADP: 208 ANALYSIS: Do you want three pointers? Because drafting Ryan Anderson is how you get three pointers. Anderson had a career year in 2013-14, with averages of 19.8 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3.0 three pointers per game. His three point attempts have dipped over the last couple years, reaching a... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Draft in Rounds 7-11 CURRENT ADP: 77.8 ANALYSIS: With the loss of Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka, everyone is rightly focusing on Russell Westbrook, however Enes Kanter is also in line to see a huge boost in minutes and usage.  Last year Kanter posted a solid stat line of 12.7 points and 8.1 rebounds in just 21... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Draft in Rounds 8-12 CURRENT ADP: 99.1 ANALYSIS: The reason Robin Lopez has an ADP of 99.1 is because he does nothing that stands out to fantasy players.  He will not wow you with any one statistical area, however where Lopez shines is his incredibly consistent play. Last season, he averaged a solid 10.3 points, 7.3 rebounds... Read More

When adopting punting strategies, fantasy owners need to remember that the point of punting is to maximize the value of their players, not to explicitly throw away a few categories. Punting FG% could be a widely used strategy this season, as first round staples James Harden, Russell Westbrook and Paul George will shoot under 45%. Owners... Read More

The 2016 fantasy baseball season may be over, but it’d be laughable to act like the fiending ever stops. Sure, we’re all able to watch some of our favorite players still make swoon with playoff drama, but there’s business to be had. While players will find new homes during free agency, and can still get... Read More

At the beginning of the year, my friend and mentor, Brad Johnson, invited me to join his dynasty league “The Devil’s Rejects.” The owner of the West Reading Phillies had left the league, leaving a team without an owner. Without more than a moment’s hesitation, I leaped at the opportunity to join. And in case... Read More

In my last article I outlined some of the overvalued centers in the league.  This time I will be listing centers who you should simply avoid. These players have reasonable rankings according to Yahoo, and have multiple reasons why they will not be productive enough to help your team. Once again, these players aren't bad... Read More

Welcome back to RotoBaller's 2016 Bold Predictions series. We've heard from several writers already, but have plenty more fearless forecasts coming down the pike. Today, it's my turn to put my sterling reputation on the line. I would love to blame most of these on me spending a couple months in Greece this summer. But... 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

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