Fantasy basketball dynasty rankings for both contending and rebuilding strategies, along with overall rankings.

Overall: Overall rankings | Contending: For teams in win-now mode | Rebuilding: Players must be 26 or under | Rookies: Players from the 2020 rookie class | Draft: Players from the 2021 draft class

Last updated: 13 May 2021 by Joseph Mamone ( @josephmamone)
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Luka Doncic (DAL, PG,SG) AGE: 22.2
Luka is approaching walking triple-double status, his shooting %s are no longer a problem, and his defensive numbers are becoming respectable. He's the #1 dynasty option across (almost) all formats.
Nikola Jokic (DEN, PF,C) AGE: 26.2
Has elevated his game to another level this season, increasing his scoring by almost 7 points and 1.5 assists. He'll be in contention for the number 1 pick heading into next season with a likely MVP trophy heading his way and no Murray to start the season.
Karl-Anthony Towns (MIN, C) AGE: 25.5
The fact that KAT has been able to play so well on the court with so much happening off it speaks volumes about his character. Feel like he has somehow become underrated, and is very much somebody I'd be happy to take 3rd in a start-up dynasty draft.
Giannis Antetokounmpo (MIL, PF,C) AGE: 26.4
His FT% has almost dipped down to his FG%, which is a huge concern, but the rest of his game has gone to another level. He's the best player in fantasy basketball in punt FT% builds.
Joel Embiid (PHI, PF,C) AGE: 27.2
He's a top fantasy player (and MVP candidate) when he's switched on, and he has been switched on all season.
Trae Young (ATL, PG) AGE: 22.6
His value is back to where you'd expect it to be after an inconsistent start to the season.
James Harden (BKN, PG,SG) AGE: 31.7
His value takes a small hit moving to Brooklyn. We won't see the 40+ point games like we got used to in Houston, but he's making up for it in shooting efficiency.
Anthony Davis (LAL, PF,C) AGE: 28.2
Davis has had a season to forget and will finish outside of the top-30 in re-draft leagues. When healthy he's still an elite player, so now's a good time to target him in off-season trades.
Bam Adebayo (MIA, PF,C) AGE: 23.8
Bam has become an elite 6-category player. He won't hit 3s, and his FT% is still inconsistent (and still improving), but his output is perfect for almost all dynasty builds, and he'll be a top-5 center for years to come.
Jayson Tatum (BOS, SF,PF) AGE: 23.2
He continues to improve his fantasy output, and with Kemba's knee injuries looking like a long-term thing, it means more of Tatum running the offensive end.
Bradley Beal (WAS, SG,SF) AGE: 27.9
Playing next to Westbrook hasn't impacted his output at all, and has actually improved his FG%, shooting 48% from the field this season.
Stephen Curry (GS, PG,SG) AGE: 33.2
Steph is back.
Damian Lillard (POR, PG) AGE: 30.8
A top-10 guy in re-draft leagues and there's no reason why he can't do the same next season, and the season after.
Zach LaVine (CHI, SG,SF) AGE: 26.2
It's debatable whether LaVine is a good-stats-bad-team guy, but you can't deny the numbers he's putting up and should continue to flirt with top 20 value next season playing alongside Nikola Vucevic.
Kawhi Leonard (LAC, SG,SF) AGE: 29.9
A top-10 fantasy player in re-draft leagues, but his on-going knee issues make him less desirable in dynasty formats.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (OKC, PG,SG,SF) AGE: 22.8
He has managed to improve his fantasy output while maintaining his solid shooting percentages. Will be a quality fantasy option for years to come in both re-draft and dynasty formats.
Zion Williamson (NO, PF) AGE: 20.9
He's started to show signs of being a consistent fantasy player, and there's still plenty of room for improvement (FT%, 3PM).
Devin Booker (PHO, SG,SF) AGE: 24.5
Phoenix is good now, which means more of Booker playing within an offense run by Chris Paul. Great shooting efficiency will continue to be there, but the counting stats that made him a top-10 player last season don't look like they will be.
Brandon Ingram (NO, SF,PF) AGE: 23.7
Has proven that he's more than capable of continuing to stuff the stat sheet alongside a healthy Zion.
Domantas Sabonis (IND, PF,C) AGE: 25.0
His 5+ assists per game look sustainable (even more so given Indiana just traded away a ball-handler), and his FT% should tick back up to the 70%+ range soon, which will only increase his value even more.
Kevin Durant (BKN, SF,PF) AGE: 32.6
I'm still worried about how players return from serious Achilles injuries, but he's playing like a top-10 fantasy player, and I don't think Harden joining Brooklyn is going to hurt his numbers too much (we've seen him be a top-10 player playing in Golden State).
Kyrie Irving (BKN, PG,SG) AGE: 29.1
Rosters always look better when Kyrie is on them, but it's hard to trust him to stay motivated enough to play basketball for an entire season.
Jaylen Brown (BOS, SG,SF) AGE: 24.6
His usage increased a little more than expected last season, and there's nothing to suggest that he can't continue it. Just needs to keep improving his FT%.
Paul George (LAC, SF,PF) AGE: 31.0
Regular-season P is back, and he's returning top-10 value. Expect more of the same as we go deeper into the season so long as he can stay healthy.
Fred VanVleet (TOR, PG,SG) AGE: 27.2
Is Fred the best player on Toronto's roster? He's quietly playing like a top-25 player in re-draft leagues.
LaMelo Ball (CHA, PG,SG) AGE: 19.7
Has a fantasy-friendly game and is in the perfect low-pressure, fast-paced scenario in Charlotte. His role should increase even more next season.
Christian Wood (HOU, PF,C) AGE: 25.6
No Harden in Houston gives Christian all of the offensive touches he can handle, we just need to see him back on the court.
Ben Simmons (PHI, PG) AGE: 24.8
His game hasn't changed since entering the league, and there's nothing to suggest that anything will change next season. At this stage, he is what he is, and that's a guy who can give you great out-of-position stats (FG%, REB) for a PG-eligible player. Best suited in points leagues and punt FT% builds.
John Collins (ATL, PF,C) AGE: 23.6
It looks like Atlanta has started working out how to play together after an inconsistent start with Collins being featured more on the offensive end. We won't see last season's Collins, but this season's version is still a quality fantasy player.
Myles Turner (IND, PF,C) AGE: 25.1
He's not a strong rebounder, and playing next to Sabonis isn't going to help that, but what he does provide is elite shot-blocking, the ability to hit 3s, and not hurt you too much from the free-throw line.
Pascal Siakam (TOR, PF,C) AGE: 27.1
The Siakam experience is a shaky one, but he's solidified himself as one of Toronto's best players and a top-50 fantasy player.
Donovan Mitchell (UTA, PG,SG) AGE: 24.7
Mitchell is bouncing back after a slow start to the season, but consistency is still holding him back from taking his fantasy game to the next level.
Deandre Ayton (PHO, C) AGE: 22.8
Has started the season horribly, but he's still averaging a double-double with 1 block. Target him in a trade if you can.
Jimmy Butler (MIA, SF,PF) AGE: 31.7
Butler is back to playing like a top 10-15 guy in re-draft leagues, expect much of the same next season.
Khris Middleton (MIL, SF,PF) AGE: 29.8
Continues to out-perform his ADP and continues to be underrated by mainstream fantasy players. Has a game that should age well.
Julius Randle (NY, PF,C) AGE: 26.5
Took his game to another level this season, and will finish the season in the top-10 players who increased their fantasy output from last season. Still doesn't provide much in terms of STL and BLK, but that doesn't really matter given his output across other categories.
Clint Capela (ATL, C) AGE: 27.0
Has quickly reminded all of us what he's capable of doing on the basketball court, and will be close to finishing the season as the league's top rebounder.
De'Aaron Fox (SAC, PG) AGE: 23.4
Seems to be undervalued by a lot of people, but his FT% needs to improve next season after regressing this season.
Ja Morant (MEM, PG) AGE: 21.8
He stagnated in his second season in the NBA after a promising rookie season. Has a lot of holes in his game to consider him a top fantasy option right now, but has the potential to be great in a few years.
Nikola Vucevic (CHI, C) AGE: 30.6
His membership has been revoked from the 1-1-1 club (averaging 1 3-pointer, 1 steal, and 1 block), but he's working on getting it back.
Michael Porter Jr. (DEN, SF,PF) AGE: 22.9
Seems to have matured a little this season and has taken the responsibility of being Denver's second-best player with Murray injured with both hands. How he plays in the playoffs this season is going to show us what MPJ is made of.
Kristaps Porzingis (DAL, PF,C) AGE: 25.8
His FG% will always be an issue since almost half of his field-goal attempts are from behind the arc, but he makes up for it with his elite shot-blocking. Injuries are the only thing limiting his upside.
CJ McCollum (POR, PG,SG) AGE: 29.6
In the past, he has been streaky in terms of output and FG%, but he has been somewhat consistent this season when he has been healthy.
Collin Sexton (CLE, PG,SG) AGE: 22.4
At this point, we need to stop looking at Sexton as a PG. He's a score-first combo-guard, who still has the potential to improve his assist numbers. He continues to get underrated in fantasy drafts.
Tyrese Haliburton (SAC, PG,SG) AGE: 21.2
Transitioned to the NBA as well as you could have hoped, and looks primed to improve again next season.
Jaren Jackson Jr. (MEM, PF,C) AGE: 21.7
His value is as low as I think it'll get. Target him in trades during the off-season if you can, because the talent to be a top-30 guy is there if he can ever put it together.
Gordon Hayward (CHA, SG,SF) AGE: 31.1
When he plays he's a top-40 player, you just need to cross all of your fingers that he stays on the court.
Rudy Gobert (UTA, C) AGE: 28.9
Sometimes players have the reputation of being such a good defender, that teams shoot less around them, and that's what's happening to Gobert. He's still an elite shot-blocker when given the chance to contest shots.
Jerami Grant (DET, SF,PF) AGE: 27.2
Grant took a big jump from last season and should finish in the top-5 most improved players, but we saw teams game-planning for him a lot better after his hot start to the season. If he stays in Detroit he should still be a top-50 player next season.
Anthony Edwards (MIN, SG,SF) AGE: 19.8
I was wrong about Anthony Edwards and his second half of the season has been great, and he can be a top-50 guy if his improved FG% is real (46% over the last month).
LeBron James (LAL, PG,SG,SF) AGE: 36.4
Never doubt LeBron James, but he'll be 37 next season, and his focus should be on championships, and not the regular season.
Dejounte Murray (SA, PG,SG) AGE: 24.6
His production has started to pick up, but he's still limited as a fantasy player until he improves his scoring. Even without it, he's putting up good defensive stats.
Richaun Holmes (SAC, PF,C) AGE: 27.6
As predicted, the Whiteside experiment fizzled out in Sacramento before it even got a chance to start. Holmes is the stand-out center on this roster, and he'll continue to put up top-50 value.
Jarrett Allen (CLE, C) AGE: 23.1
Has cemented his starting role in Cleveland, but needs to up his scoring to be a consistent top-60 guy.
Malcolm Brogdon (IND, PG,SG) AGE: 28.4
Seems to always start the season on a tear and then slowly fizzle out a little and end up finishing the season as a top-50 player. If he starts the season hot again look to trade him while his value is high.
Jusuf Nurkic (POR, C) AGE: 26.7
His value is as low as I think it'll get for a while, plan accordingly in the off-season.
OG Anunoby (TOR, SF,PF) AGE: 23.8
Has the potential to be a top-100 staple as he continues to develop his game.
Jrue Holiday (MIL, PG,SG) AGE: 30.9
He's back to playing at an elite level and has minimal competition at either of the guard spots in Milwaukee.
Jamal Murray (DEN, PG,SG) AGE: 24.2
Injuries suck.
Mitchell Robinson (NY, C) AGE: 23.1
Thibs looks to have had a good impact on him. He might not become the elite shot-blocking beast we're hoping him to be, but he'll still give you the big man stats you're looking for, just in under 30 minutes a game.
Tobias Harris (PHI, SF,PF) AGE: 28.8
Continues to be a roto-friendly player, and should be a staple in the top-60 for another season or two.
DeMar DeRozan (SA, SG,SF,PF) AGE: 31.8
DeRozan continues to be underrated, and the re-addition of a 3-point shot has only increased his value even more. The move to PF has been a welcomed one.
Jonathan Isaac (ORL, SF,PF) AGE: 23.6
Trading Gordon was a nod to Orlando's trust in Isaac locking down the PF spot next season, and he was putting up top-30 value in his break-out season.
Mikal Bridges (PHO, SG,SF) AGE: 24.7
I like what Mikal provides long-term as a 3&D specialist, and his offensive production has started trending in the right direction.
PJ Washington (CHA, SF,PF,C) AGE: 22.7
He's ending the season like he's a top-60 guy and has quietly become a member of the 1-1-1 club. Somebody who I think can take a leap heading into next season.
RJ Barrett (NY, SG,SF) AGE: 20.9
His shooting %s improved this season, but they're still below average. If he can up them a little more next season then he'll be on his way to being a good fantasy option. Seems like a slow burn that'll take a few seasons to reach his potential.
Lonzo Ball (NO, PG,SG) AGE: 23.5
Looks like playing with Zion has had a positive impact on his fantasy output, and he has become an elite 3PM guy, keep tabs on what team he's on next season and whether he stays in New Orleans.
Jonas Valanciunas (MEM, C) AGE: 29.0
Jonas continues to be a big part of this Memphis team, but they seem to be building up a talented crop of big men. You have to wonder how many more seasons he'll be around for?
Caris LeVert (IND, SG,SF) AGE: 26.7
He's balling out in an undermanned Indiana team who seems more interested in collecting lottery balls than wins. Will be interesting to see his role in a fully healthy Pacers team next season.
Wendell Carter Jr. (ORL, C) AGE: 22.1
Gets a chance to revive his career in Orlando. He still has huge upside if he can ever meet his potential.
Darius Garland (CLE, PG) AGE: 21.3
Improved his output across the board this season as he establishes himself as PG 1A in Cleveland.
D'Angelo Russell (MIN, PG,SG) AGE: 25.2
His fantasy game is starting to regress and other players are becoming better options. Still has value in the right build.
De'Andre Hunter (ATL, SF,PF) AGE: 23.4
He looked great before getting hurt. Let's hope he comes back soon.
Terry Rozier (CHA, PG,SG) AGE: 27.2
Proved a lot of people wrong this season and looks like he's the clear 2-guard option to play alongside LaMelo.
Russell Westbrook (WAS, PG) AGE: 32.5
His shooting %s are starting to look horrible again, but he continues to be a walking triple-double with high-level steals. A great option in points leagues.
Miles Bridges (CHA, SF,PF) AGE: 23.1
The perfect running mate for LaMelo - will he lock down a starting spot next season?
Robert Covington (POR, PF,C) AGE: 30.4
Name a more iconic duo than Robert Covington starting the season slow and then ending the season as a top-70 guy.
Derrick White (SA, PG,SG) AGE: 26.9
His reputation exceeds his output, but when he's producing he's capable of being a top-60 fantasy player.
Andrew Wiggins (GS, SG,SF) AGE: 26.2
Is Wiggins starting to finally work into Golden States system? Not a whole lot of upside, but his output should be in the top-80 zone next season even with a recovering-from-injury-Klay.
Chris Boucher (TOR, PF,C) AGE: 28.3
He's going to continue to see stretches of games where he puts up great numbers, followed by stretches of games where he plays 15 minutes or less. His playing time is very match-up specific, but he's still somebody you want on the end of your roster.
Robert Williams (BOS, C) AGE: 23.6
Theis has been moved and it's time for Williams to step-up into starters' minutes (if Boston gets a buyout guy then Williams role doesn't increase as much).
Coby White (CHI, PG,SG) AGE: 21.2
Coby White's game is the definition of a rollercoaster ride, but it's one you want to be taking in a dynasty build so long as you can cover his FG%.
Buddy Hield (SAC, SG,SF) AGE: 28.4
Is finishing the season putting up nice assists and steals numbers. If this kind of output is real then he's a top-60 guy, but consistency has never been his strong point.
Kevin Porter Jr. (HOU, SG,SF) AGE: 21.0
His shooting %s will hurt you, and he doesn't provide much in terms of defensive numbers, but he has value in the right build.
Chris Paul (PHO, PG) AGE: 36.0
If you have Paul in a dynasty format now's the time to try and move him, unless you're competing for the title.
Victor Oladipo (MIA, SG,SF) AGE: 29.0
His usage takes a hit in Miami, but his shooting efficiency should improve and he'll still put up top-100 value in re-draft leagues.
John Wall (HOU, PG) AGE: 30.7
Houston is no longer in win-now mode, and it's hard to see anybody willing to trade for Wall's contract, so he might be on the Rockets roster for a while. Expect good-stats-on-bad-team levels of output, thrown in with a lot of DNP/rest.
James Wiseman (GS, C) AGE: 20.1
His value is low enough to take a flyer on during the off-season if the asking price is small enough.
Tyler Herro (MIA, PG,SG,SF) AGE: 21.3
His usage takes a small hit with Oladipo, but he'll still capable of getting hot and putting up big shooting numbers.
Thomas Bryant (WAS, C) AGE: 23.8
Injuries suck, but he's still got 1 more year left on his contract after this season, so he'll continue to be in Washington's plans moving forward.
Kyle Lowry (TOR, PG) AGE: 35.1
Is Lowry a starter if he's not in Toronto next season?
Kelly Oubre Jr. (GS, SG,SF,PF) AGE: 25.4
Things are starting to look better for Oubre Jr in Golden State now that he has adjusted to their ways of playing basketball.
Marcus Smart (BOS, PG,SG) AGE: 27.2
It seems like Smart has returned to his old punt-FG ways, but his steals, 3s, and assists make up for it. It doesn't seem like there's much room to improve in turns of dynasty value, but he's still a useful player.
Andre Drummond (LAL, C) AGE: 27.8
It's a wait-and-see as to where Drummond lands next season, but there aren't too many other teams that'll give Drummond big minutes in the long term.
Brandon Clarke (MEM, SF,PF) AGE: 24.6
We expected more from Clarke after his rookie season, but maybe he peaked early? He needs Jonas to be moved to solidify his fantasy production.
Marvin Bagley III (SAC, PF,C) AGE: 22.2
We're starting to see a concerning pattern with Bagley. He gets hurt, comes back and does some nice things, and then misses more games. He has the potential to be a walking double-double, but he needs to find a way to stay on the court.
Killian Hayes (DET, PG,SG) AGE: 19.8
Had one of the worst starts to a rookie campaign you can imagine, but he's still in a good situation in Detroit to turn it around next season. You should be able to get him at a discount in dynasty leagues.
Malik Beasley (MIN, PG,SG) AGE: 24.5
The emergence of Anthony Edwards takes shots away from Beasley, but there's still a role for him in Minnesota as a 3&D scorer.
Mike Conley (UTA, PG) AGE: 33.6
Has recovered from a horrible previous season, but at this stage, he is what he is (an aging PG who'll hover around the 60-80 range for a few more seasons).
Markelle Fultz (ORL, PG,SG) AGE: 23.0
Was starting to return to his college form before getting hurt.
Kemba Walker (BOS, PG) AGE: 31.0
There's a history of undersized point guards not aging well, and his knee injury looks like it's a long-term thing that he'll have to manage through the season.
Aleksej Pokusevski (OKC, SF) AGE: 19.4
One of the biggest wildcards in fantasy basketball heading into next season - he has shown flashes of being a good fantasy player, and the upside is huge, but he's still very raw.
Norman Powell (POR, SG,SF) AGE: 28.0
He won't get as many shots in Portland, but he fills an instant need for extra wing scoring and still has a big role to play.
Draymond Green (GS, PF,C) AGE: 31.2
If Golden State are a playoff team next season then we'll get a motivated Draymond, and a motivated Draymond is a top-40 guy.
Saddiq Bey (DET, SF) AGE: 22.1
Has been flirting with top-100 value in the last 30 days, and should carry that form into next season as he becomes a key building block of the Pistons rebuild.
Kevin Huerter (ATL, SG,SF) AGE: 22.7
Hunter's break-out caps Huerter's upside in the long-term, but he's a nice end-of-roster guy.
Bogdan Bogdanovic (ATL, SG,SF,PF) AGE: 28.7
Has a well-rounded fantasy game, but Atlanta is already stacked at SG/SF, so his upside is capped.
Jae'Sean Tate (HOU, SG,SF,PF) AGE: 25.5
His defensive ability is good enough to keep him on the court, so anything he can produce on the other end is a bonus.
Lauri Markkanen (CHI, PF,C) AGE: 24.0
Chicago has all but given up on Lauri, it's a matter of waiting to see where he ends up next season.
Nerlens Noel (NY, PF,C) AGE: 27.1
Seems like he's destined to be a backup in the NBA, but he can still put up top-100 numbers playing 24 minutes a game.
T.J. Warren (IND, SF,PF) AGE: 27.7
The TJ bubble has burst - we'll have to wait and see how he looks once he returns from his injury. Don't expect bubble numbers when he does.
Ivica Zubac (LAC, C) AGE: 24.2
Is capable of being a top 120 player when given the minutes, but his upside is capped with Ibaka's ability to play C.
Luguentz Dort (OKC, SG,SF) AGE: 22.1
The guy is a defensive stud. He has a spot in this league if he can continue to hit 2+ 3-pointers a game.
Dennis Schroder (LAL, PG) AGE: 27.7
Not much long-term appeal in dynasty formats.
Chuma Okeke (ORL, PF) AGE: 22.7
WIll get a lot of the Aaron Gordon minutes and has shown signs of being a capable player.
Jakob Poeltl (SA, C) AGE: 25.6
Has proven that he can put up solid defensive numbers when he starts, and he should have the rest of the reason to lock in a starting spot for the future.
Isaiah Stewart (DET, PF,C) AGE: 20.0
He's a good high-energy guy who gives you an impact on the defensive end, but he needs to develop his offensive game if he wants to find himself as a starter next season.
Onyeka Okongwu (ATL, PF,C) AGE: 20.4
I was hoping Okongwu landed to a team looking for a starting big-man, but, he, unfortunately, fell to a team with John Collins and Clint Capela. It might be a season or two before he gets the opportunity to play big minutes, but he was my favorite big man heading int the draft, and I think he's somebody to draft and stash in dynasty leagues.
Cam Reddish (ATL, SG,SF,PF) AGE: 21.7
Players have overtaken him on the depth chart and hasn't had a chance to claim a role since he has been out injured, but he's a nice stash option.
Aaron Gordon (DEN, SF,PF) AGE: 25.7
The days of waiting for Gordon to become fantasy relevant again are past us.
Josh Richardson (DAL, SG,SF) AGE: 27.7
Doesn't have much upside, but can still be a nice end-of-bench guy.
Keldon Johnson (SA, SF,PF) AGE: 21.6
Started the season hot and then fizzled out as the season went on. Seems like a good guy to have at the end of your roster heading into the off-season.
Devonte' Graham (CHA, PG,SG) AGE: 26.2
Still has value as the first guard off the bench if he stays in Charlotte. Hard to see him becoming a starter anywhere.
Moses Brown (OKC, C) AGE: 21.6
OKC has too many good options to play at PF next season that I'm worried it's going to be a rotating door again next season where a lot of guys get their run at starting.
Immanuel Quickley (NY, PG) AGE: 21.9
He only has the size to play PG, but he's very useful off-the-ball and is a great shooter. Will continue to see playing time so long as his shot continues to fall, and should be a good gunner off the bench.
Patrick Williams (CHI, SF,PF) AGE: 19.7
Should be locked in as Chicago's starter at SF for the rest of the season, it's a matter of waiting to see how his offensive game develops in the NBA, because he already has a strong defensive game.
Harrison Barnes (SAC, SF,PF) AGE: 29.0
Is he going to continue shooting 50% from the field? Has good short-term value so long as his shot keeps on falling.
Cole Anthony (ORL, PG) AGE: 21.0
Anthony is what Orlando needed; somebody capable of putting the ball in the basket. His shot selection is questionable (shot 38% from the field in his last college season), and he doesn't tally assists as you'd expect from a PG. Seems like a good candidate to be a gunner of the bench.
Isaac Okoro (CLE, SG,SF) AGE: 20.3
His defensive ability may not translate straight away into fantasy numbers, and his shooting needs some work, but the potential to be a 3&D guy is there.
Klay Thompson (GS, SG,SF) AGE: 31.3
Injuries are the worst.
Jordan Clarkson (UTA, PG,SG) AGE: 28.9
Has been running hot since moving to Utah, and it looks like it's sustainable, but he doesn't offer much outside of scoring categories.
Nicolas Claxton (BKN, C) AGE: 22.1
Next season looks to be the season for Claxton, and he has shown enough to be worthy of more minutes, but I'm not sure that's what Brooklyn has in mind for him this season (hopefully it's not history repeating itself).
Kyle Anderson (MEM, SF,PF) AGE: 27.6
Looks like he filled the Winslow void in Memphis, and has proven more than capable of holding his own in the starting lineup. Should still be a 25+ minute-a-night guy next season.
RJ Hampton (ORL, PG) AGE: 20.3
Has the size, talent, and ability to play off-the-ball to fit in at SG next season alongside Fultz in the starting lineup.
Brook Lopez (MIL, C) AGE: 33.1
Brook has found a way to extend his career as a 3-point sniper who's capable of hitting 2+ threes and getting 2+ blocks a game, which is an extremely rare combination. Has value for a few more seasons.
Larry Nance Jr. (CLE, PF,C) AGE: 28.4
We've seen his upside as a starter, and Love's time in Cleveland is nearing an end, but he's not as young as people might think.
Gary Trent Jr. (TOR, SG,SF) AGE: 22.3
Has found a role in Toronto which should continue into next season.
Mo Bamba (ORL, C) AGE: 23.0
Minutes have been freed up to allow Bamba to play, but it'll be hard to see him winning the starting spot from WCJ next season.
Daniel Gafford (WAS, C) AGE: 22.6
Should find himself with a solid role in Washington as the defensive big to the often injured Thomas Bryant.
Tim Hardaway Jr. (DAL, SG,SF) AGE: 29.2
His ceiling is capped, and it doesn't look like he'll be more than a contributor to the PTS, 3PM, and FT% categories.
Kelly Olynyk (HOU, PF,C) AGE: 30.1
Is ending the season on a tear in Houston, and has shown signs of being a capable player when given the minutes, but what team is going to give him big minutes next season?
Jaxson Hayes (NO, C) AGE: 21.0
Are we going to see Hayes as the opening night starter next season? Because he should be.
Montrezl Harrell (LAL, PF,C) AGE: 27.3
Doesn't provide anything outside of the typical big-man stats and Gasol limits his ability to play big minutes at C.
Hamidou Diallo (DET, SG,SF) AGE: 22.8
If he stays in Detroit next season and can lock himself into the starting line-up then he'll be somebody to keep an eye on, but his spot is far from safe heading into a stacked draft.
Deni Avdija (WAS, SG,SF) AGE: 20.4
It'll be hard to get many touches playing alongside Westbrook and Beal, and he'll spend some time in league waiver wires, but it seems like he'll be a good player in a few seasons' time. Stash him if you're in a big dynasty league.
Spencer Dinwiddie (BKN, PG,SG) AGE: 28.1
Best case scenario for Spencer is that he fully recovers and find himself on a new roster next season.
Rui Hachimura (WAS, SF,PF) AGE: 23.3
He's still a little raw, but he's one of the best young players on the roster, so he'll continue to see minutes.
De'Anthony Melton (MEM, PG,SG) AGE: 23.0
Seems set to continue playing 20 minutes as a backup.
Malachi Flynn (TOR, PG) AGE: 23.0
Can't see him being a consistent starter on an NBA team, but he's a well-rounded point guard, and I know better than to write off a player drafted late by Toronto.
Jarred Vanderbilt (MIN, SF,PF,C) AGE: 22.1
A high energy guy who does some nice things on the court, but he still has a lot to work on before we can consider him fantasy relevant (specifically, his shooting).
Darius Bazley (OKC, SF,PF) AGE: 20.9
The starting PF spot in OKC is a rotating door right now, and with so many picks coming in it's hard to see him locking it down long term unless something major happens next season.
Al Horford (OKC, PF,C) AGE: 34.9
Are his days in OKC numbered?
Kira Lewis Jr (NO, PG) AGE: 20.1
The fastest player in the draft just got drafted by a team that's going to be running the floor as much as possible. He's a great fit; it's just a matter of finding playing time.
Malik Monk (CHA, PG,SG) AGE: 23.3
Looks like he has fizzled out after his strong stretch of games, maybe his upside is just a heat-check guy?
Donte DiVincenzo (MIL, PG,SG) AGE: 24.3
Seems like a fringe-120 guy on a bad team, but he seems a little overrated as long as he stays in Milwaukee.
Obi Toppin (NY, SF,PF) AGE: 23.2
The fit with Randle isn't great, but he has the potential to fill a role as a gunner off the bench.
Jordan Poole (GS, PG,SG) AGE: 21.9
Definitely isn't shy to shoot and has the confidence to stick around in the league as a role player.
Eric Paschall (GS, SF,PF,C) AGE: 24.5
It's debatable how much playing time he'll get next season when everybody is healthy, but he should be Golden State's primary weapon off the bench.
Tyrese Maxey (PHI, PG,SG) AGE: 20.5
Struggled to find playing time this season, but has the talent to cement a bench role on the right team.
Duncan Robinson (MIA, SG,SF) AGE: 27.1
An elite shooter who doesn't provide anything outside of the scoring and shooting categories - his usage takes a small hit with Oladipo.
Thaddeus Young (CHI, PF,C) AGE: 32.9
Should still have some nice short-term value next season.
T.J. McConnell (IND, PG,SG) AGE: 29.1
Seems like TJ is going to be another end-of-bench/streamer guy if you're contending for a championship and need steals and assists, not much upside in the long term.
Theo Maledon (OKC, PG) AGE: 19.9
OKC's PG rotation is far from locked in. Keep an eye on the draft to see who they bring in because it can easily be another PG.
Evan Fournier (BOS, SG,SF) AGE: 28.5
His usage takes a big hit in Boston, but he'll still have an important role on the roster as a scorer.
Gary Harris (ORL, SG,SF) AGE: 26.7
It's time to accept Harris for what he is - a decent real-life NBA player, but a below-average fantasy player. Try and find a believer and move him while he still has some value.
Cameron Johnson (PHO, SF,PF) AGE: 25.2
Is showing some promise as a backup stretch-4, but doesn't have much upside.
Dillon Brooks (MEM, SG,SF) AGE: 25.3
Has just scored himself a new 3-year contract, which means he's definitely in Memphis' long-term plans, which bodes well for his dynasty stability.
Nickeil Alexander-Walker (NO, SG,SF) AGE: 22.7
Still very raw, but he's capable of putting up big scoring numbers when he plays big minutes.
Devin Vassell (SA, SG) AGE: 20.7
Somebody to stash in dynasty leagues. Has the potential to be a good 3&D guy, but the Spurs rarely fast-track rookies.
Shake Milton (PHI, PG,SG) AGE: 24.6
Shake started the season hot and is the ultimate heat-check guy who's capable of filling things up when his shot is falling, but he's not somebody to rely on.
Jarrett Culver (MIN, PG,SG) AGE: 22.2
He's going to find it hard to get playing time next season given how stacked Minnesota is at the SG/SF spot.
Dennis Smith Jr. (DET, PG) AGE: 23.5
Had a nice run for a few games in Detroit this season, but his best-case scenario is as a backup PG/SG.
Ricky Rubio (MIN, PG) AGE: 30.6
At this point, he's basically a streaming option when you need assists.
Seth Curry (PHI, PG,SG) AGE: 30.7
Is the perfect fit in Philly playing alongside Simmons as the team's best outside threat.
Kyle Kuzma (LAL, SF,PF) AGE: 25.8
Needs to do more than score to be a fantasy target, but that's all he'll be asked to do on the Lakers roster. Doesn't have much long-term appeal unless he finds himself on another roster.
Jeremy Lamb (IND, SG,SF) AGE: 29.0
Is capable of putting up numbers when given the opportunity to play.
Jalen Brunson (DAL, PG,SG) AGE: 24.7
His FG% is surprisingly efficient for a short point-guard (46.6% over his past 2 seasons).
Serge Ibaka (LAC, PF,C) AGE: 31.6
Added a three-point shot to his game, which will help extend his career, but the Clippers have added depth at the PF/C spot, which caps his output.
Will Barton (DEN, SG,SF) AGE: 30.3
Only has short-term value next season until Murray returns from injury.
Justise Winslow (MEM, PF) AGE: 25.1
The Winslow experiment has fizzled out in Memphis.
Precious Achiuwa (MIA, SF,PF) AGE: 21.6
A great athlete picked by a franchise with an excellent track record of drafting players outside of the lottery. Might take a few seasons before we get a good look at him, though.
Joe Harris (BKN, SG,SF) AGE: 29.7
He provides 3s and shoots a good percentage from the field and at the line, but he doesn't have much upside outside of that.
Bojan Bogdanovic (UTA, SF,PF) AGE: 32.1
He can score, and he's doing that in Utah, but he doesn't offer much else. Still has value for a season or two, so long as his shot continues to fall.
Enes Kanter (POR, C) AGE: 29.0
Expect him to put up big numbers when he spot-starts, but he's not somebody that'll ever lock down a starting spot given his defensive deficiencies.
Oshae Brissett (IND, SF,PF) AGE: 22.9
Has had a nice stretch of games to close out the season, but realistically, how much playing time will he be getting on a healthy Pacers roster next season?
Kevin Love (CLE, PF,C) AGE: 32.7
It doesn't seem like he'll ever be able to get back on the court and play enough games in a season to be considered a fantasy option. Which is a shame, because he was a beast back in his day.
Desmond Bane (MEM, PG,SG) AGE: 22.9
He's going to out-perform his draft position and put up nice fantasy numbers in his rookie season so long as he can show enough defensively to stay on the court. He only has Dillion Brooks and Grayson Allen to compete with for SG minutes.
Isaiah Roby (OKC, PF,C) AGE: 23.3
Keep him on your watch-list and see what OKC does in the draft to see whether they add yet another PF to the roster.
Eric Bledsoe (NO, PG,SG) AGE: 31.4
We've hit the downward part of Bledsoe's fantasy career.
Kendrick Nunn (MIA, PG,SG) AGE: 25.8
Started the season on a tear, but Miami is deep at the guard spot, and when his shot isn't falling, he doesn't provide much else.
Delon Wright (SAC, PG,SG,SF) AGE: 29.0
His value takes a dive moving to Sacramento with ball-handling duties taken by Fox and Halliburton.
Lonnie Walker IV (SA, SG,SF) AGE: 22.4
Can score the ball, but he might need another season or two until he becomes fantasy relevant.
Bobby Portis (MIL, PF,C) AGE: 26.3
There will be plenty of opportunities for Portis to pad his stats in blowout wins in Milwaukee. Still young enough to improve, but I think he peaks as a spot-starter / first big off the bench.
Danilo Gallinari (ATL, SF,PF) AGE: 32.8
Capable of still giving you a quality return in PTS and FT% if you're in win-now mode.
Cody Zeller (CHA, C) AGE: 28.6
The often injured Zeller is younger than you think, and when he's fit and firing he provides end of the roster value, but that's not often enough (hasn't played more than 62 games since his rookie season in 2013-14).
Cedi Osman (CLE, SF,PF) AGE: 26.1
His shooting %s are going to hurt you, and he doesn't do enough in other categories to make up for it.
Davis Bertans (WAS, PF,C) AGE: 28.5
A one-dimensional fantasy player whose best category is easily found on the waiver wire.
Elfrid Payton (NY, PG) AGE: 27.2
He often starts the season slowly, then, when the season is lost he goes on a tear to finish the season. But that may not happen this season with the way New York is playing.
Blake Griffin (BKN, PF,C) AGE: 32.2
Blake dunks now, and his shooting efficiency will prop up his rankings, but he's still not a reliable option outside of being a streaming option.
Troy Brown Jr. (CHI, SG,SF) AGE: 21.8
How long can you stash a guy before it's time to cut ties?
Daniel Theis (CHI, PF,C) AGE: 29.1
Can be a streaming option when he spot-starts but has very little long-term appeal.
Steven Adams (NO, C) AGE: 27.8
Not fantasy-relevant anymore unless you need to temporarily fill a gap at the C spot.
Sekou Doumbouya (DET, SF,PF) AGE: 20.4
There has to be a reason why he's not getting minutes on a bottomed-out Detroit roster. Maybe he's just not that good? He's still very raw, so there's plenty of room to grow.
Josh Jackson (DET, SG,SF) AGE: 24.3
Has cooled down after his strong start to the season, and is somebody you can safely leave on the waiver wire.
Eric Gordon (HOU, SG,SF) AGE: 32.4
There are better 3-point streaming options available. Move on unless he starts getting hot.
Maxi Kleber (DAL, PF,C) AGE: 29.3
A good streaming option, but not somebody to rely on.
Payton Pritchard (BOS, PG) AGE: 23.3
Has already proven to be a spark off the bench and has the tools to be a good player coming off the bench, but the PG position is deep, and it's hard seeing him finding a starting spot anywhere.
Otto Porter Jr. (ORL, SF,PF) AGE: 27.9
The days of Otto being a fantasy-relevant player have passed us.
Goga Bitadze (IND, C) AGE: 21.8
It's hard seeing Goga getting playing time with Sabonis and Turner on the roster, it might be a few seasons before we get to see him playing consistent minutes.
Anfernee Simons (POR, PG,SG) AGE: 21.9
I like Simons, but his ceiling is capped with Dame and CJ on the roster. He's somebody to monitor next season.
Matisse Thybulle (PHI, SG,SF) AGE: 24.2
A defensive stud, but he needs to develop a three-point shot to keep himself on the court.
Alec Burks (NY, SG,SF) AGE: 29.8
Started the season hot, and then it got hurt. Hard to see him maintain his output when he returns.
Mason Plumlee (DET, PF,C) AGE: 31.2
Will Detroit feel like they have to continue playing him after giving him such a big contract? It makes sense to give his minutes to a developing Stewart.
Hassan Whiteside (SAC, PF,C) AGE: 31.9
I hope you managed to trade Whiteside when he still had value, because, right now, he has none.
Luke Kennard (LAC, SG,SF) AGE: 24.9
The break-out happened last season, but he won't get the playing time in LA to be fantasy relevant.
Terence Davis (SAC, SG,SF) AGE: 24.0
Worth stashing in dynasty formats as he has shown that he's more than capable of being an NBA rotation player.
Tomas Satoransky (CHI, PG,SG) AGE: 29.5
A nice player to have at the end of your bench, and is more than capable of providing decent assist and steal numbers. Has more value in re-draft leagues compared to dynasty.
Zach Collins (POR, PF,C) AGE: 23.5
Are we still waiting for Zach Collins to do something or has he run out of chances?
Josh Hart (NO, SG,SF) AGE: 26.2
His output is going to be inconsistent, but the defensive numbers are there.
Josh Okogie (MIN, SG,SF) AGE: 22.7
His shooting percentages improved from his rookie season and should continue to develop. His upside seems limited, though.
Aaron Holiday (IND, PG) AGE: 24.6
The best-case scenario is that he becomes the first guard off the bench once everybody is healthy, but he has proved a worthy fill-in starter when given the opportunity.
Derrick Jones Jr. (POR, SG,SF) AGE: 24.2
Won't be fantasy relevant next season unless something major happens in the off-season.
Terrence Ross (ORL, SG,SF) AGE: 30.3
Ross finds himself as Orlando's best scorer and will have nights where his usage rate will be huge - a great add in the short-term you can handle his FG%.
Dario Saric (PHO, PF,C) AGE: 27.1
Has cemented his role in the bench unit, but there's not much upside with Dario.
Xavier Tillman (MEM, PF,C) AGE: 22.3
Not sure how much of Tillman we're going to see next season, but the talent is there.
Royce O'Neale (UTA, SF,PF) AGE: 27.9
His ceiling is being able to spot-start as a low usage defensive specialist.
Tyus Jones (MEM, PG) AGE: 25.0
May spend his career as a back-up point guard who sees 18-20 minutes a game. He's a good player but has little upside.
Saben Lee (DET, PG) AGE: 21.9
He's showing signs of being a good back-up PG behind Hayes in the long-term, but Detroit is oddly deep at the PG spot once everybody is healthy.
Grayson Allen (MEM, SG,SF) AGE: 25.6
Capable of getting hot, and Brooks starting spot in Memphis isn't exactly edged in stone, but his ceiling is pretty low to begin with.
Aaron Nesmith (BOS, SG,SF) AGE: 21.6
Might be the best shooter in this draft, but I'm always worried about players drafted by teams with championship aspirations. Most likely won't see enough playing time to be fantasy relevant in his rookie season.
Bruce Brown (BKN, SG) AGE: 24.7
Is doing some nice things in Brooklyn, but the upside isn't there.
Lou Williams (ATL, PG,SG) AGE: 34.5
Usage and minutes will take a dive - not really somebody to roster unless you're in a deep league.
Moritz Wagner (ORL, PF,C) AGE: 24.0
At best, he's an end of your fantasy roster kind of guy.
Juancho Hernangomez (MIN, PF,C) AGE: 25.6
Hasn't shown that he's starter worthy so far in his career.
Naz Reid (MIN, C) AGE: 21.7
His potential to be a great per-minute guy off the bench.
Danny Green (PHI, SG,SF) AGE: 33.9
A 3-point streamer who's still capable of getting close to a steal and block a game.
George Hill (PHI, PG,SG) AGE: 35.0
There are better options available.
Jeff Teague (MIL, PG,SG) AGE: 32.9
It looks like the regression has started. Hard to see him as anything more than a bench player moving forward.
Nicolas Batum (LAC, SF,PF) AGE: 32.4
Has somewhat revived his career in LA, but it's hard to see him finish the season inside the top 100. There are better options out there.
Marcus Morris Sr. (LAC, PF,C) AGE: 31.7
Basically, a streamer when he spot-starts.
Harry Giles III (POR, PF,C) AGE: 23.1
Has an opportunity to play with Nurkic out injured, let's see what he does with them.
Taurean Prince (CLE, SF,PF) AGE: 27.1
Hard to see him being anything more than a back-up, but he gets another fresh start in Cleveland.
Grant Riller (CHA, PG) AGE: 24.3
The steal of the draft, but Charlotte is stacked at the PG position.
Kevin Knox II (NY, SF,PF) AGE: 21.8
Didn't have a good rookie season, and had a worse second-season.
Derrick Rose (NY, PG,SG) AGE: 32.6
Still capable of scoring, but there should be better options available.
Joe Ingles (UTA, SG,SF) AGE: 33.6
His fantasy output has started to regress, but the assists and 3-pointers should still be there. Not much long-term value.
Derrick Favors (UTA, PF,C) AGE: 29.8
Isn't much more than a streaming option when you need blocks.
Rodney Hood (TOR, SG,SF) AGE: 28.6
A streamer when he gets hot, but not somebody to roster on dynasty teams.
Marquese Chriss (SA, PF,C) AGE: 23.9
Hard to see a scenario where he becomes fantasy relevant next season.
Danuel House Jr. (HOU, SF,PF) AGE: 27.9
Didn't have the best on-court bubble experience.
DeAndre Jordan (BKN, C) AGE: 32.8
He must be the nicest guy in the NBA to continue finding himself in scenarios where he starts on teams, and he should continue being a good source of FG% and REB for the rest of the season.
Denzel Valentine (CHI, SG,SF) AGE: 27.5
Seems like his ceiling is the 7-8th man on a roster. Only has value in deep league formats.
Landry Shamet (BKN, PG,SG) AGE: 24.2
Hard to see him become fantasy relevant on the stacked Nets roster.
Svi Mykhailiuk (OKC, SF) AGE: 23.9
Is a consistent 3-point shooter when given the chance to play, but his fantasy output is limited and only tied to one category.
Tristan Thompson (BOS, PF,C) AGE: 30.2
It's hard to see a team willing to give him as many minutes next season as Boston did.
Austin Rivers (DEN, PG,SG) AGE: 28.8
There are better options available.
Aron Baynes (TOR, C) AGE: 34.4
It's debatable whether he's the 2nd or 3rd best center on Toronto's roster, but there should be better options available on your waiver wire.
Monte Morris (DEN, PG,SG) AGE: 25.9
After a promising rookie season, he has fallen out of favor in Denver, and fantasy teams around the world.
Dwight Powell (DAL, PF,C) AGE: 29.8
His output will increase when Porzingis is out of the lineup, but he's not somebody to rely on.
Rudy Gay (SA, SF,PF) AGE: 34.7
He's still capable of putting up OK numbers in the short-term, but at his age, there are better options in dynasty formats.
Patty Mills (SA, PG) AGE: 32.8
We might only see a few more seasons of Patty in the league.
Talen Horton-Tucker (LAL, SG,SF) AGE: 20.5
Proof that you shouldn't buy into pre-season hype when the player is on a finals worthy team.
Paul Millsap (DEN, PF,C) AGE: 36.3
Not much long-term appeal here as he's clearly in the twilight of his career.
Goran Dragic (MIA, PG,SG) AGE: 35.0
You have to assume he'll only be in the league for a few more seasons, and while he obviously has little long-term appeal, he can still be capable of producing OK numbers.
Kevon Looney (GS, PF,C) AGE: 25.3
He's still quite young, so there's plenty of room for improvement, but Wiseman has overtaken him as Golden State's preferred long-term center.
Kris Dunn (ATL, PG,SG) AGE: 27.2
Only worth streaming when he starts getting consistent minutes or if he finds himself off the stacked Hawks roster.
Cameron Payne (PHO, PG,SG) AGE: 26.8
Did enough work at the end of the regular season to get himself another contract somewhere in the NBA.
Grant Williams (BOS, SF,PF) AGE: 22.5
He's a high energy guy off the bench, but his ceiling is capped as a role player.
Nassir Little (POR, SF) AGE: 21.3
Still very raw. We won't be seeing much of Little with Covington in Portland.
Nemanja Bjelica (MIA, PF) AGE: 33.0
Only has value when Bagley is out hurt.
Leandro Bolmaro (MIN, SF) AGE: 20.7
Has the potential to be a nice role player one day.
Damion Lee (GS, SG,SF) AGE: 28.6
Contributed on a depleted Golden State roster. Hard to see him doing it again.
Willie Cauley-Stein (DAL, PF,C) AGE: 27.7
The move to Dallas doesn't bode well for his fantasy output this season. There should be better options available.
Thon Maker (CLE, PF,C) AGE: 24.2
Not much long-term appeal.
DeMarcus Cousins (LAC, PF,C) AGE: 30.7
At this point in his career, he's a fringe spot-starter, and not somebody to consider in dynasty formats.
Frank Ntilikina (NY, PG,SG) AGE: 22.8
Best case scenario Frank becomes a Marcus Smart type player, worst case scenario he remains a Knick for the rest of his career.
Dante Exum (HOU, SG,SF) AGE: 25.8
The Exum experiment travels to Houston, but it's best to keep expectations low.
Bol Bol (DEN, PF,C) AGE: 21.5
His game translates really well to fantasy if he ever pans out. We'll have to wait and see if his body is up to playing a heavy NBA schedule, and could potentially become a good player off the bench.
Jae Crowder (PHO, SF,PF) AGE: 30.9
Fills a need in Phoenix, but he's not somebody to expect fantasy production from.
Jabari Parker (BOS, SF,PF) AGE: 26.2
He finds himself in a situation where he plays the same position as an important piece of his new team (again), but this time that piece is the often injured Marvin Bagley. Could have some value in the short-term.
Meyers Leonard (OKC, PF,C) AGE: 29.2
Older than most people think and never really broke-out in his 7 seasons in Portland. At this stage in his career, it's hard to see him as anything more than an end-of-bench big man who doesn't hurt either of your percentages.
Alex Caruso (LAL, PG,SG) AGE: 27.2
Can't see him being anything more than a back-up, but he can produce when given the minutes. Might need to find himself on another team to be fantasy relevant.
Alex Len (WAS, PF,C) AGE: 27.9
The 2nd or 3rd best center in Toronto who's only going to get situational minutes - there are better options available.
Furkan Korkmaz (PHI, SG,SF) AGE: 23.8
A three-point streamer who offers little else.
JJ Redick (DAL, SG) AGE: 36.9
Will provide much-needed outside shooting for New Orleans this season, but at this point in his career, he doesn't offer much outside of 3-point shooting, points, and FT%. Not much long-term appeal.
Reggie Jackson (LAC, PG,SG) AGE: 31.1
There are better options available.
Brandon Goodwin (ATL, PG) AGE: 25.6
Trae's back-up, so it's hard seeing him get enough playing time to be fantasy relevant - he's a good follow on Twitter, though.
James Johnson (NO, PF,C) AGE: 34.2
Adds some much-needed toughness to Dallas, but fighting ability isn't a fantasy category.
Rajon Rondo (LAC, PG) AGE: 35.2
An assists and steals streamer who doesn't provide much else.
Zhaire Smith (MEM, SG) AGE: 21.9
It's debatable whether we'll see him in the NBA for much longer.
Caleb Martin (CHA, SG,SF) AGE: 25.6
The twin that can hit free-throws. Not much upside.
Dwight Howard (PHI, C) AGE: 35.4
A streamer when he spot-starts, but there's better options available.
JaVale McGee (DEN, C) AGE: 33.3
At this point in his career, on this roster, he's nothing more than a blocks streamer or end-of-roster big man.
Patrick Beverley (LAC, PG,SG) AGE: 32.8
He's the perfect PG for this Clippers roster, but at this point in his career, he doesn't have much upside in the fantasy format as an end-of-roster guy, and not something to target for anything long-term.
Gorgui Dieng (SA, PF,C) AGE: 31.3
A streamer when he spot-starts, otherwise he's somebody you can avoid.
Cody Martin (CHA, SG,SF) AGE: 25.6
The twin that played more games. Still has the same low upside.
Brad Wanamaker (CHA, PG,SG) AGE: 31.8
A back-up player at best, and older than you'd expect.
Willy Hernangomez (NO, C) AGE: 27.0
The experiment was over before it began. Not much to see here unless major injuries happen.
Emmanuel Mudiay (UTA, PG) AGE: 25.2
Hard to see him finding a spot in the rotation big enough to become fantasy relevant.
Trey Lyles (SA, PF,C) AGE: 25.5
Can put up numbers when he spot-starts. Don't expect him to become a consistent starter though.
Dewayne Dedmon (MIA, C) AGE: 31.8
He's not somebody to roster in most formats, but he can still have value when he spot-starts.
Rodions Kurucs (MIL, PF,C) AGE: 23.3
Has a fresh start in Houston, but there are better options available.
Omari Spellman (NY, PF) AGE: 23.8
Still needs to get in better shape if he wants to get consistent minutes in the league. He's a wait-and-see to see if he can find himself in a favorable position in the rotation.
DeAndre' Bembry (TOR, SF,PF) AGE: 26.9
Bembry hasn't taken the opportunities he has been given so far, and it's hard to see him get many more.
Bruno Fernando (ATL, C) AGE: 22.7
His value in both the short and long term just took a huge hit with the addition of Capela. Better options are available.
Trevor Ariza (MIA, SG,SF) AGE: 35.9
It's hard to keep track of what roster he's on these days, but no matter which it is, he won't be fantasy relevant on it.
Ante Zizic (CLE, C) AGE: 24.4
Doesn't have significant upside and has a pretty low block-rate. There are better options available, even in 30-team leagues.
Kent Bazemore (GS, SG,SF) AGE: 31.9
Hasn't taken the new opportunity well, and finds himself on the waiver wire in most leagues. There should be better options available.
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (POR, SF,PF) AGE: 26.4
He may not be in the NBA for much longer.
Cheick Diallo (PHO, PF,C) AGE: 24.7
Can provide some value as a spot-starter if/when he gets a chance to.
Noah Vonleh (BKN, PF,C) AGE: 25.7
Seems like he's destined to spend the rest of his career coming off the bench and spot-starting, but he's a capable streaming option when given the minutes.

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