It's Bradley Beal and then a whole bunch of question marks in our nation's capital, but fantasy players can go scrounging for value on reclamation projects and potential breakouts
The Jazz loaded up for a run in the West, but can Rudy Gobert continue to dominate in the paint defensively? Can Donovan Mitchell take that next step? Can Mike Conley put them over the hump?
The champs are back, without you know who, but they're still going to be a fun team that will compete for a playoff slot in the East
The Grizzlies said goodbye to Grit and Grind and are set for their next era. With a core of Jaren Jackson Jr. and Ja Morant surrounded by an interesting supporting cast the future is exceedingly bright in both fantasy and reality.
Although the Lakers were overshadowed by their down-the-hall rivals, the team has put together a mega-talented core that should reignite championship expectations for the purple and gold. But who, besides the superstars, can creep into fantasy contention?
The Clippers signed (or traded for) two of the best players in the league, turning the club into title contenders while at the same time shifting fantasy numbers dramatically for anyone not at the top of the food chain.
The Pacers have turned over a lot of a successful roster, but on paper they still look like one of the better teams in the East -- doubly so whenever Oladipo gets back to full strength.
The Spurs are never to be counted out with the best coach in the league calling the shots, but they have emerged as an early pick to fall out of the playoffs with all the moving and shaking in the Western Conference.
Adding Westbrook to Houston’s three-happy, Harden-centric attack seems odd at first blush, but having two of the league’s most dynamic players is hardly a problem... unless you're debating fantasy rankings.
With Kevin Durant leaving in free agency and Klay Thompson shelved for a good chunk of the year the first season at the Chase Center will be different in a multitude of ways.
It isn't quite clear whether the Pistons overachieved, underachieved, or just did what we all expected last year, but Blake Griffin's rare healthy season was undoubtedly a fantasy bright spot. Can he do it again?
Finding out who’s expendable and which players work well with KAT will be the measure of success for the Wolves this season -- our job is to figure that out first.
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.