A year ago we profiled both Kawhi Leonard and Anthony Davis, and they were very impressive in 2013-14.
Naturally, younger players are more likely to have big jumps in production. So here we focus on 36 players who are under the age of 25. UPDATE: A few Breakout Stars have been added or replaced! (Read More…)
On draft day, it’s crucial to know how players rank compared to other players at the same position. And by using RotoEvil’s superb Positional Tiers / Player Rankings, you’re gaining a huge advantage over the competition. Which centers are comparable to DeAndre & Dwight?
Last Updated: October 20th (Read More…)
Our RotoEvil Draft Tracker Tool is the most useful & effective fantasy basketball tool available. It features sortable Stat Projections for 350+ players, Customizable Rankings and Auction Values based on your league settings, built-in Positional Tiers that automatically update, and the useful Team Tracker sheet to monitor your team’s strengths & weaknesses as you’re drafting.
Make sure you download the latest file! (Read More…)
Studies have shown that the average peak age for NBA players is between 25 and 28 years old. Having several years of pro experience under your belt definitely helps, but you also need the right opportunity and environment to be successful.
UPDATE: We’ve added 2 new Career Year Candidates! (Read More…)
The CDM Challenge is a salary-cap based contest with a $10,000 grand prize. Improve your odds of winning with our CDM Challenge Tool, which gives you a list of the top value players at each position and roster sheets to form your starting lineups. (Read More…)
Here are some useful tips to help you dominate your fantasy basketball drafts.
Combine these suggestions with our awesome draft tool and extensive knowledge of players, and you’re well on your way to confidently building a winning squad. (Read More…)
Our projected win-loss records have been updated, and recommended Over/Under bets have been added!
Last season 7 of our 8 recommended wagers ended up winning, and inside you can find out RotoE’s actual wagers placed thus far.
Which teams should you bet over or under on for 2014-15? (Read More…)
Here you get updated Depth Charts for every single team. Rosters and rotations are starting to take form, so make sure you download the latest file. (Read More…)
In this article we focus on players to be careful of for the upcoming season. In Part 1 we examined 23 guys who are recovering from injuries, as well as 19 older players who are past their primes.
In Part 2 we examine 9 teams with Ugly Looking Timeshares… (Read More…)
Auction drafts are very different than normal snake drafts, and things can get hectic & confusing fast if you’re not well-prepared.
So in this article we examine the pros and cons of different auction strategies, and provide you with helpful tips so that you can stay calm, cool and confident, and come away with the strongest team in your league. (Read More…)
For their default rankings, Yahoo has some very mysterious “O-Ranks.”
Here are 53 Underrated players and 37 Overrated players, relative to what Yahoo’s O-Ranks are suggesting. (Read More…)
Many times players are taken too early or they fall too far simply because of their default ranking.
So here we examine ESPN’s Rankings and their suggested Auction Values to give you 33 Underrated players and 27 Overrated players to focus on. (Read More…)
In this article we focus on 24 players who are either unheralded rookies (non-lottery picks), or guys who averaged less than 10 points and 22 minutes per game last year.
These players all have intriguing potential, and are worth considering if you play in deeper leagues. Read more if you’re looking for some TRUE sleepers for the season ahead. (Read More…)
Whenever a new coach is hired, that team is more likely to play a vastly different style of basketball. So in this article we examine the 9 teams with new head coaches.
We speculate on how these new coaches are going to play and suggest which players may benefit, while ranking the teams in order of how much we like them from a fantasy perspective.
As we saw last year with Jeff Hornacek’s Suns, a new coach can result in a lot more wins and much sweeter fantasy stats!
Hey fantasy hoops fans, all of our Player Profiles are now available in PDF files. So get that printer paper loaded, because this is 135 pages of serious bathroom reading! (Read More…)
Since your scoring format makes a big difference, in this article we focus on 50 players who are better suited for H2H leagues and 40 players who are better suited for Roto leagues. It’s crucial to know which guys are better in each format!
Kyle Lowry really struggled in 2012-13, but we named him a Bounceback Baller a year ago, stating: “If he truly bounces back he could be a superb value pick for Toronto.” Sure enough, Lowry was awesome last year.
So who are the top candidates to bounce back and provide superb value in 2014-15? (Read More…)
Jeff Teague and Paul Millsap were a rock solid duo last year. Now can Horford stay healthy and help them move up the standings?
With Rondo sidelined to start the season, Marcus Smart is going to get big minutes right away. Just how NBA ready is he?
Lionel Hollins seems more than happy to take over for Jason Kidd in Brooklyn.
Can he help take the Nets to another level like he did for the Grizzlies?