Alex Rikleen writes on why rookies should be approached with caution in most fantasy leagues.
Alex Rikleen reveals his initial top-150 for the 2019-20 NBA season.
Alex Rikleen hands out his season-long awards and names his All-NBA teams -- with a fantasy twist.
Alex Rikleen dives into why it can make sense to deal away a higher-ranked player.
Alex Rikleen dives deep into how players' production could change in the aftermath of the deadline.
At long last, there is a site for easily playing fantasy basketball Best Ball.
Alex Rikleen dives into how the NBA's scoring and three-point boom has impacted the frequency and distribution of blocks.
Alex Rikleen shares his personal draft-night cheat sheet.
Alex Rikleen offers up a solution to help fix one of the league's most divisive issues.
Alex Rikleen checks in with news, notes and fantasy-relevant observations from the 2018 Sloan Sports Analytics Conference.
Alex Rikleen digs into the numbers to put together his 18-man team of 2017-18 Fantasy All-Stars -- and it's not just the usual suspects.
Alex Rikleen looks at how players who landed on new teams this offseason might fare in their new environments. Are they being undervalued or overvalued?
With fantasy draft season in full swing, Alex Rikleen shares his personal cheat sheet.
With Summer League in the rear-view, Alex Rikleen offers up his revised 2017-18 rookie rankings.
Alex Rikleen ranks the top 15 rookies, including a pair of No. 1 picks, to keep an eye on this season.
Alex Rikleen hands out each of the season-long NBA Awards with a fantasy spin.
Alex Rikleen looks at the math behind this season's increased scoring and whether it actually might not a good thing for big men to be taking so many three-point shots.
Alex Rikleen does the math to figure out the best places to find blocks on the waiver wire, which is not as easy as it seems at first glance.
Alex Rikleen breaks down the key differences between FantasyDraft and the other three major DFS sites to ease the transition for new players.
Alex Rikleen analyzes whether the fantasy production of players remains stable and predictable after they are traded. Are they who we thought they were?
Alex Rikleen examines the impact of increased scoring in the NBA and how that might change the way fantasy owners approach the second half of the season.
Alex Rikleen looks at the math behind position scarcity and why it wouldn't make sense for a fantasy owner to trade James Harden for even Kevin Durant.
Alex Rikleen dives into the math to find out if we can predict steals by looking at certain metrics for certain teams. And, if so, how does it apply to fantasy hoops?
Alex Rikleen wants to know if other factors besides rebound percentage can help predict players who will thrive on the glass. Check out what he found.
Alex Rikleen picks his Fantasy All-Star team using some math to determine the lineup. Will Russell Westbrook be snubbed from his All-Star team too?
Alex Rikleen looks at which players could see increased assists, and which could go the other way, if they are traded in the coming weeks.
Alex Rikleen looks at the impact of team rebound percentage on the league's best rebounders. How much does it matter if good rebounder plays an equally good rebounding opponent? The answer surprised Alex.
Alex Rikleen looks at the revolution at the charity stripe where players like Jimmy Butler have joined the league's elite foul shooters to upend the free-throw market.
Alex Rikleen looks at league trends as the NBA completes the first third of its season, including impact of
Alex Rikleen investigates whether players really perform worse on the second night of a back-to-back and what the impact of that is for players and fantasy owners alike.