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About Seth I. Finkelstein- RotoBaller

Seth was born in New York and currently resides there. He is a fan of the New York Yankees, New York Jets, New York Rangers, and New York Knicks. Seth is also a big fan of the St. John's Red Storm.

Seth I. Finkelstein- RotoBaller has written 161 articles so far, you can find them below.


March Madness is well underway and we'll giving a full breakdown on each region for the upcoming Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight games. This NCAA Tournament has been one of the wildest March Madness seen in years. I'm here to tell you some teams that I believe in for the next two rounds of the tournament. Hopefully these are... Read More

College basketball has been crazy thus far. Top ranked teams keep falling and there seems to be an upset nightly. This NCAA Tournament should be the wildest March Madness seen in years. I'm here to tell you some teams that I believe in, and some teams that I don't. Hopefully this will help you make your tournament... Read More

March Madness is officially here and RotoBaller will be giving a full breakdown on each region, including some potential sleepers and busts. You can review the South Region here, East Region, West Region - and now we'll be taking a look at the Midwest Region. This NCAA Tournament should be the wildest March Madness seen in... Read More

March Madness is officially here and RotoBaller will be giving a full breakdown on each region. You can review the South region here, and now we'll be taking a look at the East. Editor's Note: If you are interested in more college basketball columns, you can also check out our CBB DFS lineups picks and... Read More

March Madness is officially here and RotoBaller will be giving a full breakdown on each region, including some potential sleepers and busts. You can review the South Region here, East Region, Midwest Region - and now we'll be taking a look at the West Region. This NCAA Tournament should be the wildest March Madness seen in years. I'm... Read More

March Madness is officially here and RotoBaller will be giving a full breakdown on each region, beginning with the South. First, a couple of notes and tips. The Selection Committee did an awful job. I wasn't surprised that Syracuse got in over Monmouth--the committee continually favors teams from major conferences. How did Tulsa make it... Read More

Adam Scott did it again. He won his second tournament in a row holding off Bubba Watson by one stroke. My top pick, Dustin Johnson, was right up there heading into Sunday, but shot a final round 79. Sound like a familiar story? Well, yeah. Johnson is known to blow up on Sunday so it... Read More

Adam Scott defeated Sergio Garcia by one stroke to win the Northern Trust Open. Rickie Fowler was playing the best golf before the weekend, not bogeying in the first two rounds, but couldn't sustain his strong play, as he finished T6. I thought I found the gem of the tournament, George McNeill, after Thursday, as... Read More

Bubba Watson birdied two of the last three holes to win the Northern Trust Open. Jason Kokrak and Adam Scott both finished one stroke back. Last week I picked Sergio Garcia or Charl Schwartzel to win. Garcia missed the cut and Schwartzel finished T45. Matt Kuchar was my best pick, as he finished T8, 10-under.... Read More

Phil Mickelson was lining up on the 18th hole for a birdie putt, to force a playoff, when CBS showed a stat saying Mickelson was 23-for-23 on putts within six feet for the tournament. Once that stat was shown, I knew he would miss it. The putt lipped out and Vaughn Taylor won, overcoming a six... Read More

What's up RotoBallers. Welcome to part two of my mid-season fantasy basketball rankings. The 2015-16 NBA season has kicked into high gear and we’ve seen some very exciting games thus far. Most notably, the Warriors started the season on a tear winning their first 24 games consecutively. You can see my top 25 players for... Read More

What's up RotoBallers. Welcome to part one of my mid-season fantasy basketball rankings. The 2015-16 NBA season has kicked into high gear and we’ve seen some very exciting games thus far. Most notably, the Warriors started the season on a tear winning their first 24 games consecutively. However, there are more budding stars in this... Read More

What a Phoenix Open that was. I wonder how many watched Rickie Fowler and Hideki Matsuyama play all four playoff holes, even though the Super Bowl was kicking off during the playoff. I'll be honest, I was switching back and forth between the Super Bowl and the sudden death playoff. Ricky Fowler completely blew that... Read More

Golf is a gentleman's game. Fans applaud and are mostly very polite and respectful. The Waste Management Phoenix Open is the complete opposite. It is the rowdiest golf tournament. Most of the fans are very drunk. They dress up in all different costumes, and shout and scream at the players. It's made for TV. If... Read More

I went 2-1 straight up and against the spread this past week. Last week I wrote, "There's due to be one huge upset this week." That upset was the Rams beating the Seahawks in Seattle as 13-point underdogs. I have little interest in games this week that are meaningless, therefore I will focus on games that have playoff... Read More

New Year's Day is a college football fan's fantasy. The playoffs this year take place on New Year's Eve, making the college football viewing experience a complete two days of action. It kicks off at noon Thursday with the Peach Bowl. Below are my predictions with analysis on each game.   College Football Playoffs - Analysis & Predictions... Read More

Last week my picks were 0-3 straight up, but 2-1 against the spread. I really thought it would be a crazy upset week. It had that feel. Maybe this week sees a nutty upset.   Recap of Picks The Giants had no business even being on the same field with the Panthers for three quarters... Read More

Last week I went 3-for-3 in my picks, including picking the Raiders and Broncos as the game to avoid. I am not sure how many survivor pools are still going on, but I doubt there would be many left due to the insane amount of rash upsets there have been this season. Therefore, the last... Read More

The NFL is so impossible to predict. I was correct with my 49ers pick upsetting the Bears, but the Saints came up short against the Panthers. I had the Bills over the Texans, but the one lock of the year, New England, lost to the Eagles. There are no locks in football. It still doesn't... Read More

The best of the best will head to the Bahamas to compete in the Hero World Challenge. Last year, Jordan Spieth ran away with the tournament, winning by eight strokes at 26-under. The tournament will be held at Albany, New Providence on the Ernie Els designed golf course. Per the course website, "Albany’s 18-hole championship... Read More

Week 12 saw one big underdog, the Bears, take down the Packers on Thanksgiving night. Most of the favorites won on Sunday, excluding the Patriots and Giants. The 49ers kept their game against Arizona much closer than expected, and have looked better recently (read more below). Thank you NFL for finally giving us more than... Read More

The best NFL teams usually show themselves by Thanksgiving. It seems likes that's the Patriots, Cardinals, and Panthers, in that order. It will take a complete game to beat those teams. The rest of the league looks incredibly even. Bye weeks are finally done, but the NFL scheduling keeps getting worse and worse. There are... Read More

Graeme McDowell, -18, held off Russell Knox and Jason Bohn in a playoff to win the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. I actually picked Bohn last week, with the addition of Jerry Kelly and Michael Thompson, both -7. But I took three players who missed the cut, Carlos Ortiz, Charley Hoffman, and Jhonatthan Vegas. I never... Read More

I really thought NFL Doomsday was a once a year thing. In Week 3 I wrote, "NFL Doomsday has come and gone. Hopefully that will be the last week of its kind this season." Unfortunately I was wrong. This week was more devastating though. How did the Packers lose to the Lions? How did the Bengals... Read More

Russell Knox won his first PGA Tournament, the WGC- HSBC Champions, by two strokes at 20-under. My picks were mostly good; Casey -10, Garcia -14, Oosthuizen -5, Wood -3, Lee even par, and Olesen -11. This week the PGA Tour heads to Playa del Carmen, Mexico to partake in the OHL Classic at Mayakoba at... Read More

Last week was one of my best weeks picking. Not only did my three teams win, but they all covered the spread. This week features much easier games, with heavy favorites. The Jets open the week hosting the Bills in the much overhyped "Rex Ryan returning to New York" game. There are four divisional games,... Read More

Half the football season is in the books. For the first time ever we have four 7-0 football teams. Nine teams are on bye this week; Cardinals, Chiefs, Lions, Ravens, Seahawks, and Texans. For those of you unfamiliar with survivor pools it’s very simple; pick a team to win each week, if they win you... Read More

We have our first big tournament of the season. Many of the best golfers will be traveling to Shanghai, China to partake in the first World Golf Championship of the year. Bubba Watson will look to defend his title. Note that this tournament begins Wednesday night at 6 p.m. due to the time difference. Editor's... Read More

The PGA Tour goes international this week to Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club in Malaysia. Be aware that the tournament starts at 7 p.m. Wednesday night on the east coast, due to the time difference. 78 players will be competing in this par 72 course. There are some notable names in the field; Henrik... Read More

We are almost halfway through the football season. Where'd the time go!? Now though, is where the fun begins. Teams begin separating themselves from the pack as they look to make a playoff push. The Bills, Eagles, Jaguars, and Washington are all on bye. For those of you unfamiliar with survivor pools it’s very simple;... Read More

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