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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 158 articles so far, you can find them below.


PJ Tucker (Forward) - Waiver Wire Pickup

Baller Move: Add in Deep Leagues for Rebounds Analysis: PJ Tucker is averaging a solid 7.5 rebounds over the last month.  Pair that with percentages and turnover rates that are very reasonable and a solid trickle of about a trey and a steal per game, and you’ve got a guy who can help without hurting... Read More

6 years ago

Chris Kaman (Center) - Waiver Wire Pickup

Baller Move: Add Immediately Analysis:  The big bald man is on fire over the last couple games, putting up back-to-back 20+/10+ games in points and rebounds, as well as blocking multiple shots and even putting up a 3 or 4 assists.  This is obviously not going to last – Chris Kaman has not suddenly turned into LaMarcus... Read More

6 years ago

Ryan Kelly (Forward) - Waiver Wire Analysis

Ryan Kelly is a young forward for the Lakers, currently filling in as starter in place of Pau Gasol, out with a groin injury.  Kelly stands to keep the role– or at least a significant share of it– for the rest of the year if the rumors of Gasol being traded to a contender come true. Kelly... Read More

6 years ago

Khris Middleton (Forward) - Waiver Wire Analysis

Welcome back to relevance, Khris Middleton.  In the second half of December, with almost the entire Bucks frontcourt injured, Middleton enjoyed a stretch where he was red hot and averaging 40 minutes a game.  He put up top 40 fantasy stats in the process.  Now he’s back, playing much better again and averaging 30 minutes a... Read More

6 years ago

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Fantasy Basketball Waiver Wire Pickups for Free Throw % and Turnovers

Waiver Wire Pick-ups for Free Throw % and Turnovers When looking to improve your fantasy basketball team with a waiver wire pickup, don’t ask “is this guy better than this guy?”  Ask “does this guy improve the categories where I need the most help?”  Here are a couple of players available in most standard 12-team... Read More

6 years ago


Terrence Ross (Forward) - Waiver Wire Pickup

The upside is obvious.  Ross is capable of scoring 51 (!!!) points in a game, raining down threes, and contributing a decent tally of steals.  And in the short term, while DeMar DeRozan is out with an ankle injury, Ross will be locked into 30+ minutes/game while the reserve wings are busy filling in for DeMar.  Ross... Read More

6 years ago

James Johnson (Forward) - Waiver Wire Pickup

Baller Move: Add for Blocks Analysis: Johnson is a guy who keeps jumping on and off people’s radars, when he puts up the occasional big game before going quiet again.  His problem is that he’s only averaged about 8 points a game, and points per game is usually the biggest number and the first stat people look... Read More

6 years ago

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Fantasy Basketball Waiver Wire Pickups for Blocks and Threes

When looking to improve your fantasy basketball team with a waiver wire pickup, don't ask “is this guy better than this guy?”  Ask “does this guy improve the categories where I need the most help?”  Here are a couple of players available in standard 12 team fantasy leagues who could provide a boost in key... Read More

6 years ago

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