In a summer where a bevy of teams completely revamped their rosters, the Nuggets chose the path of continuity. That's great for team chemistry and on-court success, but what does it mean for fantasy profit margin?
Last season was promising, but Dallas ultimately didn’t have enough juice to hang in the Western Conference -- nor were they really expected to. With a mostly-healthy Kristaps Porzingis added to the roster, how high can the Mavs go?
The Cavaliers are young and getting younger, and the measurement of success may be more about the growth of the first, second and third year players, and less about actual wins and losses.
The Bulls scooped up Otto Porter for almost nothing last season, and then made some shrewd pickups in the offseason to bolster their depth up front and in the backcourt. We’ll see if that actually leads to a better on-court product.
The Hornets let their best player walk and then spent heavily on Boston's backup point guard. It’s never easy to embark on a rebuild, but few pivots have looked this painful.
Coming off the most successful free agency in franchise history, how do the Nets distribute usage for a strange transitional year and what does that mean for fantasy values?
The Boston Celtics had game-planned for consistency, but a slew of departures has led to a new-look roster. Luckily for fantasy players, turnover in personnel creates a wealth of opportunity.
The Hawks rode their high-flying youngsters to a strong finish in an exciting season. With the East in flux, Atlanta --and fantasy players -- are hoping that the Hawks are ready to take the next step.
There’s no question that the Kings have a solid future lined up given their young players, but a few of the free agent moves make you wonder if they’re trying to cut corners and squeak into the postseason as quickly as possible.
The Blazers have a track record of proving people wrong and are led by one of the game’s most fun and likable players, but the cloud of Jusuf Nurkic's injury looms over this coming season.
The Suns did solve the issue at point guard and have talented young players to build around, so while they are not going to make the playoffs, it will be a disappointment if they don’t show improvement in the standings.
Philly has repeatedly bet on great talent figuring it out, and if this is when it all comes together the Sixers could very well emerge as the top team in the Eastern Conference.
Outside of a few small signing, the Magic return most of last season’s team and will try to lean on continuity to take them to new heights.
Paul George asked out, and the long term plan was cooked. The Oklahoma City Thunder made the most of a rough offseason, though lingering questions remain on who actually finishes the year still in OKC.
The winner of the power forward scavenger hunt, the New York Knicks rolled a rough season into a rough summer. Plenty of fantasy value is ready to be grabbed on this oddly built roster.