Jul 28, 2020, 9:00am EDT
August 2, 2022
Three Up, Three Down: Who to add in wake of Kelsey Mitchell’s foot injury
Kelsey Mitchell has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2022 WNBA regular season, but that doesn’t mean the Indiana Fever aren’t worth following — at least, not for fantasy basketball managers.
July 26, 2022
Three Up, Three Down: Brionna Jones productive in any role
The Connecticut Sun are fortunate to have a player like Brionna Jones, who played excellent basketball as a starter when the WNBA’s reigning MVP had to miss time. Don’t let a potential return to the bench scare you away from continuing to play Jones in fantasy basketball.
July 19, 2022
Three Up, Three Down: Naz Hillmon playing big minutes for Dream
The Atlanta Dream are once again dealing with several injuries at once to key players in their rotation. This time, the injury bug has bitten Atlanta’s frontcourt, with rookie Naz Hillmon shouldering a larger role for the team for the time being.
July 5, 2022
Three Up, Three Down: Charles’ production taking a hit
Tina Charles was among the highest-drafted players in WNBA fantasy basketball this season, but her fantasy value has changed dramatically since signing with the Seattle Storm. Is she worth hanging onto for fantasy managers?
June 28, 2022
Three Up, Three Down: McDonald growing up fast for Dream
Second-year guard Aari McDonald has stepped up for the Atlanta Dream after a slew of injuries hit the team’s backcourt. Just how good has she been as a starter, and is she worth picking up in fantasy basketball?
June 21, 2022
Three Up, Three Down: Milic stepping up for Lynx
Sylvia Fowles is out for the foreseeable future, which is terrible news for the Minnesota Lynx. It does, however, open up an opportunity for Nikolina Milić, who projects to be a valuable fantasy basketball asset in Fowles’ absence.
June 14, 2022
Four potential midseason fantasy basketball acquisitions
It’s already the middle of June, but some WNBA players have only recently made their 2022 debuts. Which of these players should you make an effort to acquire in your fantasy basketball leagues, and which can you safely pass on?
June 7, 2022
Three Up, Three Down: Gray making consistent contributions to Wings
The Dallas Wings have been a frustrating team for fantasy basketball managers this season, but veteran guard Allisha Gray remains consistent, scoring the ball efficiently while also contributing plenty of rebounds and a handful of steals.
May 31, 2022
Three Up, Three Down: Burke thriving with more minutes
Kennedy Burke has recently stepped into a spot starter role for the Washington Mystics and contributed on both ends of the court, making her a good choice for a midseason pickup if she’s available in your fantasy basketball league.
May 24, 2022
Three Up, Three Down: Jefferson resurrects WNBA career
Veteran point guard Moriah Jefferson looks revitalized after signing with the Minnesota Lynx. She’s one of the 2022 season’s early examples of potential waiver wire pickups who can help you win your fantasy basketball league.
May 17, 2022
Three Up, Three Down: Rhyne Howard, Queen Egbo making names for themselves
Rhyne Howard has gotten off to a hot start to her WNBA career, and fantasy managers are reaping the rewards. She’s not the only 2022 rookie who has impressed so far, though.
May 10, 2022
Three Up, Three Down: Cloud, Young among opening weekend’s best
We’re back for another summer of WNBA fantasy basketball! As always, we look at three players who should be on your fantasy basketball radar, as well as three whose production has been disappointing thus far.
September 14, 2021
Three Up, Three Down: Vivians capitalizing on tighter Fever rotation
The Indiana Fever have just a few games remaining in a disastrous 2021 season. A handful of players — Victoria Vivians, in particular — have been making the most of Indiana’s frustrating situation.
September 7, 2021
Three Up, Three Down: Cloud, Gray playing key roles in playoff hunt
There are just two WNBA postseason spots yet to be clinched, so for fantasy basketball fans, it’s important to know how teams in the hunt will be distributing their minutes. Teams like the Washington Mystics and Dallas Wings, while they’ve been frustrating for much of 2021, have a few names that are fantasy must-plays.
August 31, 2021
Three Up, Three Down: Wings’ confusing frontcourt situation
The Dallas Wings remain one of the more frustrating teams in the WNBA for fantasy basketball players, as inconsistent rotations make it difficult to assess which Wings players to roll out there on any given day. Isabelle Harrison, Charli Collier, and Awak Kuier are all names to keep an eye on.
July 13, 2021
Three Up, Three Down: Clarendon leading Lynx into break
The WNBA is officially on hold until mid-August as athletes around the world prepare for the Tokyo Olympics. A lot can change between now and then, so here are some fantasy basketball options to monitor when the league resumes.
July 6, 2021
Three Up, Three Down: McBride, Lynx heating up
One of the Minnesota Lynx’s major free agent acquisitions, Kayla McBride has been shooting well from the field lately, and it’s contributed to a four-game Lynx winning streak. Is it a sign to pick up McBride in fantasy basketball?
June 29, 2021
Three Up, Three Down: Brionna Jones holding it down for Sun
Jonquel Jones’ temporary leave of absence could have spelled doom for the Connecticut Sun, but they’ve steadied the ship thanks in large part to Brionna Jones. Her tenacious paint scoring and rebounding embodies what has made Connecticut a successful basketball team in 2021.
June 22, 2021
Three Up, Three Down: Plaisance experiencing career renaissance for Mystics
The Washington Mystics are hurting right now, and Theresa Plaisance has been pressed into a larger role than the team had initially expected of her. Fortunately for the Mystics — and fantasy basketball owners — Plaisance has stepped up to the challenge.
June 15, 2021
Three Up, Three Down: Parker returning to form for Dream
A positive COVID-19 test forced Cheyenne Parker to miss the start of the 2021 WNBA season, but she’s since rejoined the Atlanta Dream and has steadily been getting her legs back. Expect Parker to be one of the more valuable fantasy basketball forwards for the remainder of the season.
June 8, 2021
Three Up, Three Down: Coffey racking up defensive stats
The shorthanded Los Angeles Sparks have turned to Nia Coffey as their power forward, and she’s responded by playing the best basketball of her WNBA career. Meanwhile, the Washington Mystics’ Myisha Hines-Allen recently put up one of the season’s biggest stat lines, and she’ll have plenty more to offer fantasy basketball owners.
June 1, 2021
Three Up, Three Down: Young benefitting from Aces absences
International basketball events have created interesting roster situations for several WNBA teams and have given certain players an opportunity to carry more of a load for their respective rosters. The Aces’ Jackie Young is one of those players.
May 25, 2021
Three Up, Three Down: Hiedeman, Mabrey thriving in larger roles
At the start of every fantasy basketball season, there are two things experienced fantasy basketball participants want to know: which players are going to have larger-than-expected roles and what the season-long outlook is for those players. We answer those questions pertaining to the first handful of games of the 2021 WNBA season.
September 9, 2020
Three Up, Three Down: Power forwards heating up the WNBA
The 2020 WNBA regular season is wrapping up, which means many players’ fantasy value is now dependent on where their respective teams are in the standings. There are a few frontcourt players, in particular, who should be at the top of your fantasy basketball shopping list.
September 1, 2020
Three Up, Three Down: Sabally finds her footing
Though still trying to establish an identity, the Dallas Wings are on the cusp of a playoff spot. Satou Sabally is starting to put it all together, which has left her fantasy owners grinning from ear to ear.