Yesterday's Links: What You Missed on 2/5/15
Didn't have enough time to catch some of the content and analysis on numberFire.com yesterday? Don't worry -- here's what you missed.
10 Hitters Who Could Break Out This Year in Fantasy Baseball
numberFire baseball guru John Stolnis takes a look at 10 guys who you should be targeting in fantasy baseball drafts this year. There's nothing better than undervalued, breakout hitters, right?
How Good Is James Harden's Offense?
James Harden is a beast offensively, but as Brett Oswalt shows, his performance this season isn't coming just because of volume.
The Numbers Behind the Post-Malone Sacramento Kings
Once upon a time, the Kings were 11-13. Then they fired their head coach. Since? The team has won just 6 of 23 games, and both the offense and defense is suffering. Bryan Mears digs into the numbers.
3 Potential Landing Spots for Free Agent Tight End Jordan Cameron
Joran Cameron doesn't want to play in Cleveland anymore (can you blame him?), and Graham Barfield gives us three sweet spots for J-Cam to move to next season.
Why Isn't Trevor Ariza the Same Lethal Shooter He Was Last Season?
Since moving to Houston, Trevor Ariza just hasn't been the player he was last season in Washington. Shae Cronin shows us why.
San Diego Chargers 2014 Season Review: Plagued By the Injury Bug
Remember when the San Diego Chargers were really good in 2014? No, really, they beat the Seattle Seahawks in Week 2, and were 5-1 after Week 6. What in the world happened? Well, Jason Schandl can tell you in his Chargers team review.
Why the Florida Panthers Are in Trouble
The Panthers are seven points from the Bruins in the East, but as Jeff Hicks shows, the advanced analytics don't have them nearly that close.
Can Corey Kluber Repeat His Cy Young Season?
It's always tough to repeat a great season, and that's no different for Corey Kluber. Ari Ross examines Kluber's potential in 2015.
Cleveland Browns 2014 Season Review: Good Start, Terrible Finish
The Browns had a top-10 rushing offense through Week 6 this season, but they finished with the worst one in the NFL. What happened? Matt Goodwin answers that question.
Do the Golden State Warriors Live and Die By the Three?
Are the warriors too reliant on the three-pointer? If so, does it matter? Brett Oswalt let's us know.