The Hornets uncovered some gems last season, but what should fantasy GMs expect this time around?
Domantas Sabonis delighted fantasy GMs but his bubble absence cost the Pacers a chance to crack the East's top tier. What does next season hold?
The Lakers are looking to go back-to-back while fantasy GMs are just hoping that they can produce more than two fantasy-relevant players.
Well, that didn't go as planned. After they won the 2019 offseason, how will the Clippers look on the court in 2021?
The Thunder were a great surprise last season but their murky future puts a lot of things up for debate.
It's a new day in New York, maybe. Tom Thibodeau's around but will he pick the right guys to assume the huge workloads?
Can the Pels break through behind their strong young core?
Two top seeds, two MVPs, zero playoff success. Can the Bucks adapt and overcome their playoff failures? Will it mean anything for fantasy GMs?
The Wolves finally found a player to pair with KAT, but will that mean good news for fantasy purposes?
The Grizzlies were ahead of schedule last season thanks to an electrifying group of young talent. Can they take the next step in both fantasy and reality?
Jimmy Butler and Miami are a match made in heaven, with a supporting cast that should pique the interest of fantasy GMs.
The Nets are finally ready to deploy their superstar duo, but what will that mean for everyone's fantasy outlook?
The Hawks are young but have their eyes on competing thanks to a strong young core. With two elite fantasy players, there should be a lot to like in ATL for fantasy.
The Suns ended up just missing the playoffs but will look to keep their foot on the gas, with Phoenix boasting legit optimism for the first time in a while.
The Blazers mean business behind Damian Lillard's starpower, but can anyone other than the big three come through in fantasy?