Authors

We’re extremely proud of the group of authors we’re able to work with. Our writers range from up and coming talent to established veterans with 30 years of experience. On this page, you can find a full list of our Authors, Podcasters and Live Streamers. We’ve dedicated years of our lives to build Lineups.com into your premier content destination for sports news, fantasy updates, and captivating editorials. We are a team of writers, professionals, and fans, passionate about sports and fantasy sports. We provide daily articles to help sports fans and fantasy players. Our news articles focus on starting lineups, depth charts, injury news, players and matchups. There is a saturation of content and our mission is to author valuable and insightful commentary that transcends the garbage flooding the internet. We also have writers in the Lineups Betting section. If you believe in this mission and are interested in joining our team, please see our available positions and reach out.

Writing Team on Lineups Articles

michael de leon
Michael De Leon

Michael is Chief Editor at Lineups.com. He has decades of combined experience in traditional print journalism and online media and is the publisher of the Project Spurs Network, which includes 13 team-specific sports media sites and the flagship ProjectSpurs.com. He is also the creator of the first Spurs podcast and the longest-running sports podcast on the internet, the Spurscast, and was formerly the host of the News 4 San Antonio Sports Roundtable.

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jason guilbault
Jason Guilbault

Jason Guilbault has been writing and podcasting in the fantasy sports world for over five years. You can find his work at The Fake Baseball and Daily Fantasy Cafe. He is an avid Tottenham fan, and follows the Boston sports teams.

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Tyler Worthington
Tyler Worthington

Tyler currently runs the lineups.com twitter handle posting various content including betting trends, player trends, and game previews. Follow me on twitter @tylerdubya29 to see constantly retweeted clever sports related jokes.

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bill williamson
Bill Williamson

Bill Williamson has been covering the NFL for 21 straight seasons. He has been a newspaper beat writer in four NFL cities and he spent eight years covering the league at ESPN. Most recently, he’s been covering the Oakland Raiders on his own website raiderssnakepit.com.

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Agustin Ibanez-Baldor

Agu is a Junior at Marquette University pursuing a Business Management Major with a Spanish Business Minor. He is a Milwaukee native and somehow survived 10 years of mediocrity from his hometown team, the Milwaukee Bucks, and is now writing about them in the midst of their best season. He is new on the scene with no credentials but hopes to have a light Wikipedia page in the future.

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brandon osborne
Brandon Osborne

Brandon has covered basketball for several outlets including FanSided and 247Sports. He is a graduate of Radford University with a degree in media studies/journalism.

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Maury Jackson

I am an undergraduate at Carnegie Mellon University studying economics and business. I serve as a member of the Sports Analytics Club at CMU. My interests include data analysis, fantasy, player projections, and performance evaluation.

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Myles Whitmore

I am a junior at Morehouse College, majoring in economics. I have experience as a data analyst at Pro Football Focus and as a football scouting intern at Fanteractive.com. I enjoy scouting and analyzing NCAAF and NFL games, especially quarterback and running back play.

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Nick Wojcik

I grew up a diehard Bears and White Sox fan in Chicago’s South Suburbs. I currently am a Senior at DePaul University studying Sports Communication. Sports betting has become a lifestyle for me over the last few years and finding an edge to exploit Vegas lines will never get old to me. Mexican food is my favorite ethnic food and it’s also the best ethnic food no question. Eli Manning lookalike.

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nick kallas
Nick Kallas

Nick is currently a senior at Marquette University and writes primarily on NBA matchups as well as NFL and MLB topics. He grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and has been a die-hard Chicago sports fan since he could remember. Nick is also a huge follower of combat sports such as MMA, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and Boxing. He is a new to the sports journalism scene but is excited to get started.

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Ben Bornstein
Ben Bornstein

Ben has covered college basketball for almost a decade, which has included writing about draft prospects, NBA teams as well as beat coverage for the Florida Gators. He can be heard on the radio during basketball season at 965sports.com and he has written for a variety of outlets, including Cox Media Group, Project Spurs and CBB Today.

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bryan toporek
Bryan Toporek

Bryan Toporek is a Quality Editor for Bleacher Report who also writes about the NBA for BBALLBREAKDOWN and FanSided and co-hosts The NBA Podcast. Sam Hinkie was right. #TrustTheProcess

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josh shepardson
Josh Shepardson

Josh Shepardson, a fantasy sports pundit who’s written and/or podcasted for a wide variety of websites that include The Hardball Times, Baseball Prospectus, RotoGraphs, Daily Fantasy Cafe and FantasyPros — among other places. He’s an avid Twitter user who typically tweets about sports but has occasionally been known to tweet about music, craft beer, and other non-sports things. Josh is a Fantasy Pros expert in MLB & NFL and was previously the most accurate expert for MLB.

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justin elick
Justin Elick

Justin has been obsessed with sports and statistics since the moment he was born. From reading and memorizing box scores in the newspaper 25 years ago to his start in DFS in 2013, he can always be found researching and analyzing new ways to help himself and others be profitable in DFS. Justin is a Fantasy Pros MLB & NFL Expert and was previously the 2nd most accurate MLB Expert.

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Bryan Oringher

Bryan Oringher spent the past 7 years working in the NBA. From 13-17 he was the Washington Wizards Head Video Coordinator, and in 17-18 he did Regional Advance Scouting for the Hawks and Raptors. He now puts out in-depth analysis on Twitter @ScoutWithBryan and you can find all his old content at scoutwithbryan.com

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John Apricena

John is an accomplished sports gambler and daily fantasy sports player. He’s been gambling for over 10 years with positive ROI success rooted in research and analysis. John focuses his bankroll on situational bets with favorable lines and odds. It’s a disciplined approach that relies on a knowledge of each matchup and ability to create his own odds.

Kelly Scaletta
Kelly Scaletta

Kelly Scaletta has been writing about the NBA for over a decade now. His work has been published by Bleacher Report, FanRag, The Step Back, Fansided, Hoops Habit, SportsNet and others. He also makes terrible puns.

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oliver maroney
Oliver Maroney

Oliver has written and broken news about the NBA and sports for over eight years at publications such as Dime Magazine, UPROXX, Basketball Insiders and About.com. Oliver recently finished hosting his second season of the BIG3’s official podcast and show.

James Holas
James Holas

NBA head since the days of Stacy Augmon and Rod Strickland. Lover of the Celtics, hater of carrots. Please enjoy my attempts to provide context and nuance in a numbers obsessed NBA world.

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Luke Zylstra
Luke Zylstra

I grew up in a small town in Indiana, about an hour outside of Chicago. I’ve been a diehard Chicago sports fan my entire life, and basketball has always been my favorite sport. In high school, I founded a Sports Media Club, where my classmates and I wrote articles and produced podcasts. After graduating, I kept writing and podcasting on my own. Now I’m a freshman at Purdue University, and I am excited to join Lineups and continue to further the growth of the content side of the site.

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