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About JT Rosales - RotoBaller

Fantasy Basketball Writer & Connoisseur. Weekly articles at Rotoballer & FB-Ninja. The Stephon Marbury of H2H/Roto Standard 9-cat (China years). DFS fluffer. First Team All-YMCA. Once opened a frozen jar of pickles with the plastic seal still around it.

JT Rosales - RotoBaller has written 55 articles so far, you can find them below.


NBA Waiver Wire (Week 20): H2H Offensive Category Streamers

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

3 years ago

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NBA Injuries & Who Can Benefit Instead for Week 20

RotoBaller has assembled NBA injury updates for Week 20, and lineups advice on various injury situations throughout the NBA to understand who stands to benefit instead. We're here to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy league (DFS) lineups. Understanding the injury landscape, including who's out and who could benefit is a key... Read More

3 years ago

Fantasy Basketball Risers and Fallers for NBA Week 20

Throughout the season, players get hot and see an increased role while others struggle and fight to stay relevant. Experienced fantasy players know this happens every year. In this weekly column, we’ll showcase those who have taken important steps forward and those who have taken steps back. These are the risers and fallers in the top-100 heading... Read More

3 years ago

NBA Injuries & Who Can Benefit Instead for Week 19

RotoBaller has assembled NBA injury updates for Week 19, and lineups advice on various injury situations throughout the NBA to understand who stands to benefit instead. We're here to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy league (DFS) lineups. Understanding the injury landscape, including who's out and who could benefit is a key... Read More

3 years ago

NBA Waiver Wire (Week 19): H2H Offensive Category Streamers

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

3 years ago


Fantasy Basketball Risers and Fallers for NBA Week 19

Throughout the season, players get hot and see an increased role while others struggle and fight to stay relevant. Experienced fantasy players know this happens every year. In this weekly column, we’ll showcase those who have taken important steps forward and those who have taken steps back. These are the risers and fallers in the top-100 heading... Read More

3 years ago

NBA Injuries & Who Can Benefit Instead for Week 18

RotoBaller has assembled NBA injury updates for Week 18, and lineups advice on various injury situations throughout the NBA to understand who stands to benefit instead. We're here to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy league (DFS) lineups. Understanding the injury landscape, including who's out and who could benefit is a key... Read More

3 years ago

NBA Waiver Wire (Week 18): H2H Offensive Category Streamers

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

3 years ago

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NBA Injuries & Who Can Benefit Instead for Week 17

RotoBaller has assembled NBA injury updates for Week 17, and lineups advice on various injury situations throughout the NBA to understand who stands to benefit instead. We're here to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy league (DFS) lineups. Understanding the injury landscape, including who's out and who could benefit is a key... Read More

3 years ago

Fantasy Basketball Risers and Fallers for NBA Week 17

Throughout the season, players get hot and see an increased role while others struggle and fight to stay relevant. Experienced fantasy players know this happens every year. In this weekly column, we’ll showcase those who have taken important steps forward and those who have taken steps back. These are the risers and fallers in the top-100 heading... Read More

3 years ago


NBA Injuries & Who Can Benefit Instead for Week 16

RotoBaller has assembled NBA injury updates for Week 16, and lineups advice on various injury situations throughout the NBA to understand who stands to benefit instead. We're here to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy league (DFS) lineups. Understanding the injury landscape, including who's out and who could benefit is a key... Read More

3 years ago

NBA Waiver Wire (Week 16): H2H Offensive Category Streamers

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

3 years ago

Fantasy Basketball Risers and Fallers for NBA Week 16

Throughout the season, players get hot and see an increased role while others struggle and fight to stay relevant. Experienced fantasy players know this happens every year. In this weekly column, we’ll showcase those who have taken important steps forward and those who have taken steps back. These are the risers and fallers in the top-100 heading... Read More

3 years ago

NBA Injury News & DFS Updates: Fantasy Basketball Week 15

RotoBaller has assembled NBA injury updates for Week 15, and advice on various injury situations throughout the NBA to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy league (DFS) lineups. Understanding the injury landscape, including who's out and who could benefit is a key skill in all forms of fantasy basketball. Here we will... Read More

3 years ago

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NBA Waiver Wire (Week 15): H2H Offensive Category Streamers

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

3 years ago


Fantasy Basketball Risers and Fallers for NBA Week 15

Throughout the season, players get hot and see an increased role while others struggle and fight to stay relevant. Experienced fantasy players know this happens every year. In this weekly column, we’ll showcase those who have taken important steps forward and those who have taken steps back. These are the risers and fallers in the top-100 heading... Read More

3 years ago

NBA Injury News & DFS Updates: Fantasy Basketball Week 14

RotoBaller has assembled NBA injury updates for Week 14, and advice on various injury situations throughout the NBA to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy league (DFS) lineups. Understanding the injury landscape, including who's out and who could benefit is a key skill in all forms of fantasy basketball. Here we will... Read More

3 years ago

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NBA Waiver Wire (Week 14): H2H Offensive Category Streamers

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

3 years ago

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Fantasy Basketball Risers and Fallers for NBA Week 14

Throughout the season, players get hot and see an increased role while others struggle and fight to stay relevant. Experienced fantasy players know this happens every year. In this weekly column, we’ll showcase those who have taken important steps forward and those who have taken steps back. These are the risers and fallers in the top-100 heading... Read More

3 years ago

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NBA Injuries & Who Can Benefit Instead for Week 13

RotoBaller has assembled NBA injury updates for Week 13, and advice on various injury situations throughout the NBA to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy league (DFS) lineups. Understanding the injury landscape, including who's out and who could benefit is a key skill in all forms of fantasy basketball. Here we will... Read More

3 years ago


NBA Waiver Wire (Week 13): H2H Offensive Category Streamers

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

3 years ago

Fantasy Basketball Risers and Fallers for NBA Week 13

Throughout the season, players get hot and see an increased role while others struggle and fight to stay relevant. Experienced fantasy players know this happens every year. In this weekly column, we’ll showcase those who have taken important steps forward and those who have taken steps back. These are the risers and fallers in the top-100 heading... Read More

3 years ago

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NBA Injuries & Who Can Benefit Instead for Week 12

RotoBaller has assembled NBA injury updates for Week 12, and advice on various injury situations throughout the NBA to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy league (DFS) lineups. Understanding the injury landscape, including who's out and who could benefit is a key skill in all forms of fantasy basketball. Here we will... Read More

3 years ago

NBA Waiver Wire (Week 12): H2H Offensive Category Streamers

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

3 years ago

Fantasy Basketball Risers and Fallers for NBA Week 12

Throughout the season, players get hot and see an increased role while others struggle and fight to stay relevant. Experienced fantasy players know this happens every year. In this weekly column, we’ll showcase those who have taken important steps forward and those who have taken steps back. These are the risers and fallers in the top-100 heading... Read More

3 years ago


NBA Injuries & Who Can Benefit Instead for Week 11

RotoBaller has assembled NBA injury updates for Week 11, and advice on various injury situations throughout the NBA to help you prepare both your seasonal and daily fantasy league (DFS) lineups. Understanding the injury landscape, including who's out and who could benefit is a key skill in all forms of fantasy basketball. Here we will... Read More

3 years ago

NBA Waiver Wire (Week 11): H2H Offensive Category Streamers

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

3 years ago

Avery Bradley To Return Tonight

Avery Bradley missed Friday's game against the Heat, but he's cleared to go tonight against the Jazz. He's been phenomenal this season with averages of 17.9 points, 7.1 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 2.0 threes and 1.3 steals. The Jazz are defensive juggernauts, so it isn't the most ideal matchup. Still, Avery Bradley has been nearly matchup-proof... Read More

3 years ago

Jeff Teague Will Play Tonight

Updating a previous item, Jeff Teague will give it a go tonight after being a game-time call because of an ankle injury. It sounds like he went through warm ups without issue and will take his usual starting spot against the Pistons. This diminishes any value Aaron Brooks had and dampens Monta Ellis' minutes as... Read More

3 years ago

Marcus Smart Fine, Shouldn't Be Limited

Marcus Smart had been dealing with a stomach bug, but apparently it wasn't a serious issue. He said "he feels good" so if you liked him against the Jazz, then feel free to use him. He's recorded a steal in eight straight games, but has been a bit erratic with his production. Still, he's not... Read More

3 years ago


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