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: To qualify, players must be 25 or younger

Last updated: 08 April 2019 by Joseph Mamone ( @hashbasketball)
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#1 1 Giannis Antetokounmpo 24MILSF/PF Showing signs of improvement over the last month at FT% (77%) and 3PM (1.1) over the last 30 days - if he can maintain this FT% and up his 3PM to 1.5 next season he'll be next level.
#2 1 Karl-Anthony Towns 23MINC Finished the season 5th overall based on per-game averages, only has 1 negative category (turnovers), and hardly misses games.
#3 Anthony Davis 26NORPF/C He'd be the number 1 option if there wasn't a cloud over his future - where he lands next season dictates his future ranking - wait and see.
#4 Joel Embiid 25PHIPF/C The 2nd best player over the last 30 days and does everything KAT does across the board.
#5 James Harden 29HOUPG/SGThe perfect win-now player. If you're not contending trade him for a nice young return, if you are, build to his strengths.
#6 Nikola Jokic 24DENPF/C In a perfect world he'll get his blocks above 1 next season, but he fills the stat sheet in every other category. A great punt block big man.
#7 Kevin Durant 30GSWSF/PF A cloud over where he's playing next season doesn't bother me, he's not going to find himself on a roster with 4 other all-stars next season.
#8 Stephen Curry 31GSWPG/SG If Durant leaves in the off-season he should see a slight pump in production.
#9 Luka Doncic 20DALPG/SG/SF An improvement in his percentages is all we need from Luka next season - which is common for second-year players.
#10 Ben Simmons 22PHIPG/SF He might go his entire career without making a 3-point shot, but he's a triple-double threat every night. His FT% seems to be on the rise, shooting 71% over the last month.
#11 Kawhi Leonard 28TORSG/SF Where he plays next season shouldn't change his value - he's an elite fantasy player regardless, but concerns of him missing/sitting games next season are real.
#12 3 Paul George 29OKCSG/SF/PF It looks like Westbrook is letting him do his thing - should be putting up similar numbers next season.
#13 1 Damian Lillard 29PORPGA guy you might be able to get at a discount. His game should age well.
#14 1 Kyrie Irving 27BOSPG/SG He should be putting up similar numbers wherever he plays, but if he ends up in a place like NY I wouldn't be shocked to see his FG% take a small hit.
#15 3 Devin Booker 22PHOPG/SG Point Booker is best Booker. Keep an eye on their PG situation in the off-season, but he puts up Harden-lite numbers when he isn't next to a traditional PG.
#16 2 DeAndre Ayton 20PHOC Had a great rookie season - I'd like to see more blocks next season.
#17 1 Bradley Beal 26WASSG Wall is out for most of next season, so expect big numbers from Beal.
#18 1 LeBron James 34LALSF/PF Is he going to keep sitting games towards the end of the season if LA aren't in the playoffs? More talent around him in the off-season can only be a good thing.
#19 1 Clint Capela 25HOUPF/C Elite in 3 categories (FG%, rebounds, and blocks), will Faried be around next season? Capela played a career high in minutes, but it's in Houston's best interests to have his minutes at or under 32 a game (to limit his chances of getting injured).
#20 8 Kristaps Porzingis 23DALPF/C A healthy Porzingis is a top 20 fantasy prospect. He'll take some time to adjust to playing again, so temper your expectations to start next season.
#21 Jaren Jackson Jr 19MEMPF/C In the 18 games where he played between 30-40 minutes he averaged 17.9 PTS, 5.9 REB, 1.1 STL, 1.8 BLK, 0.9 3PM on 52 and 73 shooting percentages. Consistency will be key next season.
#22 2 Jimmy Butler 29PHISG/SF Situation next season is uncertain, but he's an elite win-now guy so long as he's happy.
#23 2 John Collins 21ATLPF/C He needs to work on his defensive numbers if he wants to take his fantasy game to the next level (0.3 STL and 0.6 BLK isn't cutting it). But he has plenty of time to improve.
#24 5 Donovan Mitchell 22UTAPG/SG He's starting to fill it up in other categories, which is what we want to see more of next season.
#25 2 Russell Westbrook 30OKCPG A walking triple double, but you're basically punting 3 categories with him.
#26 4 De'Aaron Fox 21SACPG Started the season strong and showed us why he was picked 4th in his draft class. I'd like to see the development of a steady outside shot, but the PTS, AST, and STL are nice.
#27 1 Rudy Gobert 27UTACWill give you elite FG%, REB, and BLK, and is still only 26.
#28 1 Lauri Markkanen 22CHIPFHis pairing with WCJ is the future of the franchise, and I like it.
#29 1 Andre Drummond 25DETPF/C An excellent punt FT big man who's elite in 4 categories (FG%, REB, STL, BLK) and great in another (PTS). Seems like he's starting to get underrated.
#30 1 Kemba Walker 29CHAPGHe's putting up elite numbers, I'm just worried how many more seasons of elite play he has left in him.
#31 1 Myles Turner 23INDPF/C He'll be a contender to lead the league in blocks for another 5+ seasons, but he needs to start adding to his rebounds and 3-point totals.
#32 1 Jrue Holiday 29NORPG/SG An underrated, elite fantasy player who doesn't hurt you in any categories other than TO. The 0.8 BLK from the PG/SG are also nice.
#33 4 Trae Young 20ATLPG Has averaged 21.4 PTS, 8.9 AST, 1.9 3PM over the last 30 days, and has proven that Atlanta didn't make such a bad move trading Luka for him. Needs to work on his FG% though.
#34 D'Angelo Russell 23BKNPG/SG Unsure whether his future remains in Brooklyn next season, but he sure did break out. His high volume shooting at a low percentage hurts his value in some builds.
#35 Victor Oladipo 27INDPG/SG Has already started walking after surgery. When he returns he'll need time to adjust back to playing at a top level, and he may have to adjust his game style a little, but I believe in him.
#36 3 Khris Middleton 27MILSG/SFOne of the best 3&D options in fantasy basketball. Hard to see his game changing much over the next few years.
#37 11 Otto Porter Jr 26CHISF/PF Averaged 17.5 PTS, 2.6 3PM, 5.5 REB, and 1.2 STL on 48% FG and 91% FT in his 15 games for Chicago this season.
#38 11 Pascal Siakam 25TORPF I'm now a Pascal Siakam believer. Has a fantasy friendly game, and if he can work on his 0.9 3PM in the off-season he'll be on his way to being a top fantasy contributor.
#39 14 DeMarcus Cousins 28GSWPF/C Where he signs next season dictates where he's ranked, so this is merely a placeholder, but he has looked good in his return from injury (so far).
#40 1 Wendell Carter Jr 20CHIC Now might be a good time to try and trade for him while he's still injured. He's already showing signs of an elite shot blocker who shoots good percentages.
#41 2 Buddy Hield 26SACSGThe offensive game is there, I'd like to see his assist and steal numbers improve.
#42 6 Jarrett Allen 21BKNPF/C Didn't have the breakout season like I thought, but he's still young, and he's already an elite shot blocker in the 26 minutes a game he has played this season.
#43 1 Robert Covington 28MINSF/PF One of my favorite players in any format. Was putting up huge numbers under Thibs, but a new coach will likely reduce his minutes a bit.
#44 6 Tobias Harris 27PHISF/PF A great Roto player, but the move to Philly hurt his numbers. He's an unrestricted free agent heading into the off-season, so there's some uncertainty where he'll play next season.
#45 5 Jamal Murray 22DENPG/SGThere's still room for improvement. Would like to see his steals hit 1+.
#46 2 C.J. McCollum 27PORPG/SG He'll definitely be back to full strength by the off-season, which is what most fantasy coaches are wanting.
#47 2 Klay Thompson 29GSWSG/SFHe'll be hitting 3s until he's 40 so long as he keeps drinking his chocolate milk.
#48 6 Marvin Bagley III 20SACPFHe's starting to show us why he was picked 2nd in the draft. I still think his best position on this team is at the 5.
#49 20 Jayson Tatum 21BOSSF/PF Expectations were high after his rookie season, but he has regressed (a stacked Boston team has something to do with that). There might be some changed in Boston next season, so watch this space.
#50 2 Nikola Vucevic 28ORLPF/C Will he ever get traded? He took his fantasy game to another level this season. Now might be a good sell-high moment.
#51 5 DeMar DeRozan 29SASSG/SFHis game is what it is. A 25/5/5 player with elite impact on FT%.
#52 5 Blake Griffin 30DETPF/CHe's having a great season, and his 3-point shot will keep him relevant for a few more seasons as he loses his athleticism.
#53 3 Josh Richardson 25MIAPG/SG/SFHe's stepping up his scoring, but his defensive numbers have taken a hit. If he can work out how to do both he'll be a great asset.
#54 3 Eric Bledsoe 29MILPG/SGA great punt-AST PG. His age is his only concern.
#55 35 Mitchell Robinson 21NYKC The buy-low window has been shut, glued, and nailed together. He'll be a poplar target next season given he averaged 2.5 BLK in only 20 minutes a game.
#56 1 Kyle Lowry 33TORPGHe's scoring less and passing more. Looks to be moving into the old man stage of his career.
#57 10 Zach LaVine 24CHIPG/SG There's no doubting he can score, and it's nice to see him getting close to 5 REB and 5 AST to close out the season.
#58 2 Draymond Green 29GSWPF/C I'm worried about how he's going to age. Move him while he still has value if you can (don't do anything crazy, though).
#59 4 Caris LeVert 24BKNSG/SF The buy-low window is still open. He has been slow to come back from his injury, and has taken a step back with Russell dominating as they head into the playoffs.
#60 4 Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 21LACPG/SG Has been putting up some nice numbers over the last 30 days (14.5 PTS, 4.8 AST, 1.6 STL on 51% FG and 77% FT), but I wouldn't be shocked to see his name thrown in to trade rumors in the off-season as the Clippers make a pitch for Anthony Davis.
#61 2 Julius Randle 24NORPF/CFills up the stat sheet in 3 categories, needs to do more in the rest.
#62 1 Aaron Gordon 23ORLSF/PFJack of all trades, master of none. He's still young enough to take the next step.
#63 3 Chris Paul 34HOUPGHis hamstrings are a concern, and I think we start seeing him managed a lot more with 3 more seasons on his contract.
#64 6 Steven Adams 25OKCC It would be nice to see his FT% improve, but his overall numbers are nice given he has to compete for rebounds with Westbrook.
#65 7 Collin Sexton 20CLEPGHe can score. Needs to work on his assist and steal numbers if he wants to be a legit fantasy option.
#66 4 Gordon Hayward 29BOSSG/SF It was always going to take Hayward a full season to get over that injury, he's a good buy-low target if you're a contending team.
#67 5 John Wall 28WASPGHe's out for the whole 19/20 season, so you'll be stashing him on the IL for a while. He'll be 30 when he starts playing again, so it's worth shopping him to see what you can get in return.
#68 23 Jonas Valanciunas 27MEMC Will Memphis be playing him along side JJJ next season? Either way, he'll be putting up nice stats even if he plays 25 minutes a game.
#69 Taurean Prince 25ATLSF He's not making the jump many expected, and he's starting to become expendable, so it's unclear as to what his role will be next season, but we do know a lottery level talent is joining the Hawks.
#70 2 Lonzo Ball 21LALPG Lonzo needs a fresh start on a new team. The talent is there, but his value is slipping.
#71 Jerami Grant 25OKCSF/PFHe'll put up 1/1/1 in 3PM/STL/BLK so long as he's starting.
#72 27 Jonathan Isaac 21ORLSF/PFHard to see him reach his potential playing next to Gordon. He's not a natural SF, and will play better when moved to PF.
#73 3 LaMarcus Aldridge 33SASPF/CWe've hit the old man, but still productive section of the rankings.
#74 3 Kevin Love 30CLEPF/C Injury concerns are a worry, and Cleveland aren't in a rush to play him and has played 60, 59, and 21 games across the last 3 seasons. A trade can only be a good thing for him (depending on where he goes).
#75 28 Bam Adebayo 21MIAPF/C It looks like the Whiteside experiment is slowing down as Bam has been putting up top 50 numbers over the last 30 days (63% FG, 12.2 PTS, 9.5 REB, 1.1 STL, 0.9 BLK).
#76 2 Brandon Ingram 21LALSG/SF I still don't rate him as a fantasy option, but he's young enough to prove me wrong, and he might find himself on a new roster in a new role next season.
#77 1 Al Horford 33BOSPF/CWill continue to give you good AST numbers from the C spot as long as he keeps playing big minutes.
#78 1 Mike Conley 31MEMPG He had a great season, but age isn't on his side. I'm always concerned with aging vets on a rebuilding team. Hopefully he gets traded in the off-season.
#79 38 Danilo Gallinari 30LACSF/PFGallinari has the opportunity to feast this season as the number 1 option. Could be a great sell-high option if you're looking to re-build.
#80 12 Montrezl Harrell 25LACPF/CHe's a FG% monster, and his role is safe in LA.
#81 22 Jusuf Nurkic 24PORC Injuries are the worst part of the game, and Nurkic's looked pretty bad. He was putting up great numbers before he got hurt (15.6 PTS, 10.4 REB, 1.4 BLK on 50% FG and 76% FT).
#82 9 Mohamed Bamba 21ORLC Orlando are deep with bigs so it's hard to see how they're going to make room for him. Now might be a good buy-now opportunity with his injury.
#83 17 Kris Dunn 25CHIPG/SG The assists and steals are nice, but I'm starting to believe in him a little less as a starting calibre player. Are Chicago going to land a new PG in the draft?
#84 3 Bogdan Bogdanovic 26SACSG/SFA nice low-key guy to target if you can get him in a good deal.
#85 2 Justise Winslow 23MIASF/PF15/5/5 with a steal and a three a game is the new normal, and I dig it. Needs to work on his percentages, though.
#86 2 Domantas Sabonis 23INDPF/CHe's a stud off the bench, I'm not too worried whether he eventually starts or not.
#87 10 Dejounte Murray 22SASPGThe starting PG spot is there for the taking once he returns.
#88 6 Mikal Bridges 22PHOSG/SF The opportunity is there for him, and he's starting to take it. The 1.6 STL and 1.3 3PM for the season are a nice starting point.
#89 2 Kevin Huerter 20ATLSG The opportunity is there and has the potential to put up some defensive numbers to complement his 3 point game.
#90 1 Malcolm Brogdon 26MILPG/SG Not much upside, but still solid overall, and doesn't really hurt you in any categories.
#91 16 Gary Harris 24DENSG/SF I don't think his value is going to get any lower - buy-low if you still believe, but I'm not in a rush to make an offer for him.
#92 27 Dennis Smith Jr 21NYKPG/SG I'm not convinced that he's going to be a great player, and his move to New York hasn't done anything to convince me, but if he starts the season in the starting 5 then he'll have a great opportunity to put up empty stats at horrible efficiency.
#93 13 DeAndre Jordan 30NYKC May only have a few good seasons left in him, and he's an unrestricted free agent heading into the offseason. Where he lands will dictate his value.
#94 9 Hassan Whiteside 30MIAC He's close to 30, has bad knees, and often sits during 4th quarters. He's a per-minute monster when he plays, but that's becoming less frequent.
#95 3 Kelly Oubre Jr 23PHOSFHe's a gunner, so he'll put up numbers when he's on the court. Will he still be on the team next season?
#96 8 Kyle Kuzma 23LALSF/PFNeeds to do more than score.
#97 9 Andrew Wiggins 24MINSG/SFWiggins looked me in the eye and promised me that he'd play better. So I'm keeping him in the top 120.
#98 12 Marc Gasol 34TORC Toronto don't need to play him heavy minutes, and given his age, it's best that he doesn't. Don't expect Memphis numbers, but he'll still put up top 80 numbers.
#99 3 Cedi Osman 24CLESF/PFThe FG% is horrible, but the minutes are there (for now, anyway).
#100 18 Nikola Mirotic 28MILSF/PF He'll be in demand as an unrestricted free agent heading into the off-season, but he needs to play on the right team to keep his fantasy value.
#101 8 Kevin Knox 19NYKSF/PF New York desperately need Knox to be good. His FG% is horrible, but should improve heading into next season.
#102 1 Willie Cauley-Stein 25SACPF/CHe's showing signs of what Sacramento want from their big man (rebound and run the floor), but is it too late with Bagley looming?
#103 52 Thomas Bryant 21WASC He's on Washington's books for another reason, and with their salary concerns it's hard to see them looking for an upgrade next season. Has impressed with a 12.3 PTS, 8 REB, 1.2 BLK on 56% FG and 74% FT over the last 30 days.
#104 4 Larry Nance Jr 26CLEPF/CWill the guy ever start? Even if he doesn't, the steal and assist numbers from a PF/C are nice.
#105 10 T.J. Warren 25PHOSF/PF He can score and is improving, but not at a fast enough rate to be a top dynasty option. Is he in Phoenix's long term plans?
#106 1 Spencer Dinwiddie 26BKNPGHe was ballin' before his injury, and is still only 25.
#107 9 Ivica Zubac 22LACCSet your expectations correctly, but I like the move to the Clippers.
#108 3 Elfrid Payton 25NORPG While he can put up great fantasy numbers when he plays, I'm just not convinced that he's a good player, which limits which teams he can actually start on.
#109 3 Jaylen Brown 22BOSSG/SFIt's hard seeing Jaylen putting up great numbers on this Celtics team, but he has talent, and he's a good trade chip for Boston.
#110 3 Miles Bridges 21CHASFBatum is struggling, and Miles is waiting to take his starting spot. Hopefully we see more of him next season.
#111 3 Josh Jackson 22PHOSG/SF The start of next season is going to be big for Josh. He can still become a decent player if he puts in the work, but Phoenix are stacked with SG/SF options.
#112 Harrison Barnes 27SACSF/PF He doesn't have much upside, he is what he is at this point of his career.
#113 4 Tim Hardaway Jr. 27DALSG/SFHe can score. That's about it.
#114 4 Kyle Anderson 25MEMSG/SFSure, he can get you close to a steal and a block a game, but it's not enough to make up for the lack of production in other categories.
#115 2 Bobby Portis 24WASPF/C He's going to have some great games, and some bad ones, but one thing we know about Bobby is that he's not shy when it comes to wanting the ball, and the opportunity is there in Washington if he sticks around.
#116 2 Joe Ingles 31UTASG/SFHas the old man game locked in, and has a few good seasons left in him.
#117 2 Landry Shamet 22LACPG The Clippers have a new gunner. I'm looking forward to how he improves next season.
#118 3 Dario Saric 25MINPF/CThere isn't much upside with Dario. He's solid, and needs to find a way to play 28-30 minutes to put up good numbers.
#119 1 Thaddeus Young 31INDSF/PFWill continue to give you elite STL at the PF spot. Unsure how many more seasons as a starter he has left.
#120 14 Derrick White 25SASPGHas some nice 1/1/1 potential, and seems like a good Spurs system player. Still young, but doesn't have huge upside.
#121 1 Josh Hart 24LALSG/SFWhile I do like his game, it's hard to see him as the long-term starting SG option on a LeBron team. It would be nice to see him on another team.
#122 24 Dillon Brooks 23MEMSG/SF A lot rides on what direction Memphis take in the off-season, but if a full re-build is about to start then Dillion is in line for a lot of minutes.
#123 21 Michael Porter Jr 21DENSFStash. Wait and see. Denver do seem deep on the wing, though.
#124 2 Jeff Teague 31MINPGHis peak has passed him, but he can still contibute.
#125 36 Jalen Brunson 22DALPG Has been averaging 16.1 PTS and 4.5 AST over the last 30 days in 30 minutes of playing time. If he can get 26+ minutes next season he'll be a nice option, but I'd like to see more steals.
#126 3 Dennis Schroder 25OKCPGAt this stage he is what he is - a high volume PG with a low FG%. He'll produce some nice counting stats though.
#127 3 Serge Ibaka 29TORPF/CAre we sure he's as old as he says he is? Gasol in Toronto lowers his output. I'd be looking to move him while he still has value.
#128 3 Jahlil Okafor 23NORC He had a good stretch of play when Davis was "resting", but it's uncertain whether he's in New Orleans long term plans. He should find a roster spot as a back-up big somewhere.
#129 2 Marcus Smart 25BOSPG/SGThe Celtics team run on Smart's hustle, so he'll continue to get playing time.
#130 3 Enes Kanter 27PORCI'm afraid Kanter's double-double days are limited, and it's unsure where he'll play next season.
#131 2 Ricky Rubio 28UTAPGAt this point he's just an AST and STL contributor. Not sure how much longer he'll be starting.
#132 Terry Rozier 25BOSPG/SGI don't think he'll be on Boston's roster next season, and there's still a few teams who need a starting point guard.
#133 (NEW) Jakob Poeltl 23SASC If he plays 25+ minutes a game next season he'll put up decent defensive numbers.
#134 43 Brook Lopez 31MILCElite 3PM and BLK, but won't give you much else, and he's already 30.
#135 1 Paul Millsap 34DENPF/CHis best years are behind him, and might only have a few seaons left of solid production.
#136 1 Markelle Fultz 21ORLPG/SGMoving to Orlando is the perfect scenario for Fultz. Hopefully he gets a chance to play next season.
#137 10 Jabari Parker 24WASSF/PFJabari has a team-option next season that Washington would be silly to take. He could be back on a cheaper deal, though.
#138 22 Maxi Kleber 27DALPFNot much upside, but he'll put up some OK numbers this season.
#139 6 Jeremy Lamb 27CHASG/SFHe's starting to produce as a 3&D guy, but there's not much upside here.
#140 33 Tomas Satoransky 27WASPG/SG Is older than most people think. He's putting up numbers this season, and with Wall out next season his output should be unchanged.
#141 (NEW) Delon Wright 27MEMPG/SG He can put up numbers when he plays, and if Memphis end up moving Conley then Wright is the logical choice to slide into the starting line-up. It's a wait and see, but the upside is there.
#142 2 Lou Williams 32LACPG/SGHas a few seasons left in him. I'd be looking at other options at this stage in his career.
#143 1 Fred VanVleet 25TORPGToronto like to get their bench involved, and Lowry isn't getting any younger.
#144 21 Tyus Jones 23MINPGTeague isn't getting any younger. I've always felt that Jones deserves a bigger role.
#145 17 Will Barton 28DENSG/SFDon't expect too much of a jump in production as a starter.
#146 17 Harry Giles 21SACPF/CGiles is a more of a stash-for-next-season kinda guy. Still very raw, but I like what I see.
#147 32 Ivan Rabb 22MEMPF Rabb didn't get the minutes like many would have hoped, but he could still find himself as the first big off the bench next season.
#148 9 Emmanuel Mudiay 23NYKPGNothing about being a Knicks guard screams job security, but you can't deny the numbers he's putting up right now.
#149 5 Rodions Kurucs 21BKNSF/PFI like this guy. He just needs to find more consistent minutes.
#150 2 Kenrich Williams  NORSF Looks like a 3PM and STL streamer, but with an off-season under his belt he could come back as a more reliable scoring option.
#151 33 Frank Jackson 21NORPG He can score (17.7 PTS and 1.8 3PM over the last 30 days), but he doesn't give you much in the other categories. A stash option to see what happens in New Orleans next season.
#152 11 Rudy Gay 32SASSF/PFHaving a solid season in San Antonio, but his best years are behind him.
#153 5 Jordan Clarkson 27CLEPG/SGJust to be clear, I'm not a fan, but he's the definition of good-stats-bad-team, and he still has another season on his contract.
#154 19 Reggie Jackson 29DETPG/SGThe 3-point shot is a welcome addition, but he's not the kind of player you should expect to start as he hits 30.
#155 12 Richaun Holmes 25PHOPF/C Putting up OK numbers in Phoenix, and is an unrestricted free agent so he could land himself in a good situation next season, but there aren't many teams on the market for a starting big man.
#156 4 Terrence Ross 28ORLSG/SFHe is what he is, but he's still a handy player.
#157 5 Ante Zizic 22CLECTristan Thompson is an expiring contract next season, which will open up minutes for Ante. Could be a long wait, though.
#158 10 Monte Morris 24DENPGHas shown that he deserves the backup PG spot in Denver. Could play himself into a starting role somewhere else in a few seasons.
#159 16 Kelly Olynyk 28MIAPF/CHe is what he is. Solid, but nothing more.
#160 31 Tyler Johnson 27PHOPG/SGHe'll get minutes in Phoenix, I'm just not sure whether he'll keep getting them next season.
#161 5 Luke Kennard 23DETSGDetroit are desperate for a wing with a pulse, and Kennard seems the best of the bunch that's still on their roster.
#162 32 DeAndre Bembry 25ATLSFHas shown flashes of talent, but he needs to do more with the opportunities he's getting, because he won't be getting them on another team.
#163 13 Frank Ntilikina 20NYKPG/SGI'm not sure why New York refuse to trade him if they're not willing to invest in giving him 30+ minutes a game. He's still raw, but has potential to be a good 3&D player.
#164 3 Aaron Holiday 22INDPG Indiana are a playoff team, and playoffs teams don't often give non-lottery pick rookies big minutes to fast-track their development. He does have talent, though.
#165 8 Malik Monk 21CHASGDon't mind me, we're just here, paitiently waiting for Monk to show that he'll eventually become a good fantasy player.
#166 2 Omari Spellman 21ATLPF He still needs to drop some more weight, but he fits into the Hawks time-line. It's hard to see him become a starter, but he should be a decent rotation player.
#167 2 Zach Collins 21PORPF/C Portland seem high on Collins, but he hasn't exacly stood up in Nurkic's absense.
#168 9 Dante Exum 24UTAPG/SGHe had a good stretch of games before getting injured (notice a theme?). The potential is there, is his health?
#169 15 Nerlens Noel 25OKCPF/CAn unrestricted free agent if you're willing to roster him to see if he lands in a favorable location.
#170 4 JaVale McGee 31LALCA FG% and BLK monster, but his long-term appeal is pretty low.
#171 7 Evan Fournier 26ORLSG/SFI'm not a fan of his production, and it has nothing to do with Googling his surname.
#172 7 Trevor Ariza 34WASSG/SFHe shouldn't be in your long-term plans, but he's putting up numbers, and you should consider them for win-now builds.
#173 (NEW) Joe Harris 27BKNSG/SF A 3 point gunner who can score on nice percentages (50% FG 83% FT).
#174 12 Derrick Favors 28UTAPF/CHard to see another team willing to start him, and he's still putting up OK numbers in Utah.
#175 49 Rondae Hollis-Jefferson 24BKNSF/PFAt this point there's not a lot of upside with RHJ, and other players are taking away his minutes, but he's still only 23.
#176 38 Kent Bazemore 30ATLSG/SF Atlanta seem to be heading into a different direction than Bazemore. He seems like a good locker room guy, so it'll be interesting to see if he gets moved in the off-season.
#177 3 Alex Len 26ATLPF/CNothing really more than a streaming option when he spot-starts.
#178 3 Nicolas Batum 30CHASG/SFHe might get a second-wind in his career as a bench player, but his production as a starter is shot.
#179 14 Goran Dragic 33MIAPG/SGSure, he was an all-star last season, but his best years are behind him.
#180 2 Eric Gordon 30HOUSGNothing more than and end-of-bench PTS and 3PM option.
#181 30 Chandler Hutchison 23CHISG/SF Otto Porter Jr getting traded to Chicago takes a big dint in his stashability. Looks like he'll be coming off the bench for a while.
#182 1 Josh Okogie 20MINSGNeeds to do more with the minutes he's given, but the steal and block combo from a wing player is nice. Hard to see him starting (over Wiggins or Covington) next season.
#183 17 Cheick Diallo 22NORPF/CDiallo performs when he plays, and New Orleans has a decision to make on whether Cheick is part of their long-term plans. He's a stash for next season if you can afford to collect some DNPs.
#184 15 Damyean Dotson 25NYKSGNew York is full of unproven wings who have a chance to earn playing time for next season.
#185 12 Danny Green 32TORSG/SFAn end-of-bench dynasty guy with very little upside.
#186 4 OG Anunoby 21TORSF/PFAnother stash-for-next-season kinda guy.
#187 2 D.J. Wilson 23MILPFDJ is interesting. Hard to see how he'll be getting big minutes backing up Giannis, but he has shown real glimpses of talent.
#188 Lonnie Walker IV 20SASSGYou guessed it, we've officially hit the part of the rankings where we start stashing players for next season.
#189 Zhaire Smith 20PHISG/SF It's a stash to see what happens with Butler and Harris next season. If both are still around, it's hard to see Smith playing a meaninful role next season.
#190 16 JaMychal Green 29LACPF/CHis value remains the same in LA. Not much upside.
#191 38 Willy Hernangomez 25CHAC He got a bit of unjustified hype heading into the start of last season, he's a rotation player at best.
#192 Dorian Finney-Smith 26DALSF/PFLow upside, but Dallas are lacking wings, so he'll get the opportunity this season to prove himself.
#193 2 J.J. Redick 35PHISGMaybe has one more season left in him, but will continue to hit 3s until he retires.
#194 2 David Nwaba 26CLESG/SFCleveland are a mess. He's not starting on another team, and I don't think he's starting on this team next season either.
#195 3 Marcus Morris 29BOSSF/PFWho would've thought Marcus was the better Morris twin? He might be playing himself into a contract on another team.
#196 2 Dwight Howard 33WASPF/CIs there another team willing to sign Dwight and play him big minutes? Computer says no.
#197 27 Luke Kornet 24NYKPF/C Flip a coin on who Fizdale decides to give backup minutes to between Kornet and Vonleh next season.
#198 27 Noah Vonleh 23NYKPF Flip a coin on who Fizdale decides to give backup minutes to between Kornet and Vonleh next season.
#199 (NEW) Mario Hezonja 24NYKSG/SF He'll occasionally produce a nice stat line, but his minutes have always been inconsistent no matter where he plays.
#200 (NEW) Alex Caruso 25LALSG At the very least he deserves to be a back-up PG somewhere.