With less than two months left in the NBA season, the fantasy basketball postseason is fast-approaching.
The Clippers' rotation has been turned on its head following their trade deadline moves, plus the All-Star Game creates playing time opportunities all over.
Is Nikola Vucevic an under-the-radar trade risk? The trade deadline brings considerable risk for your starting lineups this week.
Darren Collison and the Pacers have four games this week, and he's being counted upon to provide more offense with Victor Oladipo out.
Kris Dunn has struggled recently, but the Bulls' schedule against point guards matches up well this week.
Luka Doncic and John Collins are probably the only Mavs and Hawks players you'll want to start this week.
Julius Randle has been flourishing lately, but could lose playing time with the return of Nikola Mirotic soon.
The Nuggets are the only team in the NBA with five games in Week 13.
The T-Wolves' Tyus Jones could get a good chunk of playing time this week thanks to injuries to Derrick Rose and Jeff Teague.
Mike Conley is day-to-day with a hamstring injury and only has two games this week, making him a tricky call.
Larry Nance, Monte Morris and Kevin Huerter are on the rise in Week 10 -- is their production sustainable?
Spencer Dinwiddie has been on a roll and just got paid. He and his Brooklyn teammates have four games this week.
Nick Whalen evaluates how the Nuggets, Pacers and Bulls will adjust their rotations going forward.
Kyle Kuzma is on a roll and gets four games this week.
Alex Barutha looks ahead at which players to consider getting in or out of your lineups in Week 9.
Nick Whalen highlights nine players who are on their way to being the biggest steals of draft season.
Available in a third of Yahoo leagues, Reggie Jackson should be started on a four-game Week 8.
Is it time to think about sitting Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball?
At the quarter mark in the season, Nick Whalen examines players who may be giving fantasy owners buyer's remorse.
Julius Randle continues to rack up double-doubles as the Pelicans head into a four-game week.
Trey Burke has taken 55 shots over the past three games and could be worth starting over Jamal Murray or Buddy Hield.
In the midst of a rough, four-game stretch, Trae Young's field goal percentage has dipped below 40 percent.
Lonzo Ball is in line for more playing time with Rajon Rondo out, but it's not a slam dunk to plug him into your lineup.
Despite a healthy workload, Brandon Ingram has struggled to coexist alongside LeBron James thus far.
Nick Whalen breaks down the fantasy effects of the Jimmy Butler trade, as well as what to expect in the wake of Caris LeVert's injury.
Is Giannis Antetokounmpo worth sitting as the Bucks head into a two-game week?
Andre Drummond and Blake Griffin may be the odd men out in Week 5 lineups with only one game on the Pistons' schedule.
Luka Doncic leads the way in a 2018 class that already features a number of must-own fantasy contributors.
Eric Gordon failed to take advantage of Chris Paul and James Harden each missing time.
With just two games on the Spurs' Week 4 schedule, LaMarcus Aldridge may be worth holding out of lineups.