Bradley Beal will probably never have a top 10 fantasy basketball season. I don’t want to pick on him alone, so I’ll include him in a list of guys who will likely never get to the upper echelons of fantasy stars – my apologies to Nikola Jokic, Kemba Walker, Nikola
The Chicago Bulls provided a rare, pre-christmas NBA storyline with a 7-0 run following Nikola Mirotic’s return from a teammate induced broken face. As most expected, the run was short-lived and the Bulls have refocused on ping-pong balls. However, in fantasy land, some of these bulls could be league winners
Every year, professional fantasy pundits get excited about a few running backs that seem to be climbing the depth charts in the preseason. Shortly thereafter, fantasy owners everywhere hear the news and guys like David Cobb get drafted ahead of guys like David Johnson, despite NFL General Managers telling us
Since the all star break, Chris Paul and John Wall find themselves neighbors in value to a familiar surname. On Basketball Monster, Seth Curry, at 25, is followed by Wall at 26 and Paul at 27. The ‘other’ curry, Steph, comes in around 15. The Curry combo have recently established themselves
Dynasty owners tend to want to see a few weeks of high-end production before buying unproven prospects with full confidence. For dynasty owners who are rebuilding, a tier below the leagues’ standard-bearers, or like to live on the edge, we can benefit from investing in potential stars before they breakout.