FANTASY BASKETBALL DYNASTY RANKINGS

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 2021 rookie class

Last updated: 11 April 2022 by Joseph Mamone ( @josephmamone) with ADP data collected from 8 dynasty mock drafts in August and September
SET OF RANKINGS (OVERALL, CONTENDING, REBUILDING, ROOKIES, POINTS) SHOW SEASON STATS FILTER BY POSITION POSITION FROM FILTER BY NBA TEAM
Dynasty Targets | Unsure/Risky | Injured | Stash candidates | Rank increased | Rank decreased | Rank unchanged | Comment updated since last update | Stats from 2021-22 season
RANKPLAYER
#1
Nikola Jokic (DEN, PF,C) ADP: 1.8 AGE: 27.3
74 GP 0.582 FG% 0.810 FT% 1.3 3PM 27.1 PTS 13.8 REB 7.9 AST 1.5 STL 0.9 BLK 3.8 TO
He finished 1st in 9-cat last season, should finish top-2 this season, and he's still only 26. He'll be the best big man in fantasy basketball for years to come.
#2
Luka Doncic (DAL, PG,SG) ADP: 1.6 AGE: 23.2
65 GP 0.457 FG% 0.745 FT% 3.1 3PM 28.4 PTS 9.1 REB 8.7 AST 1.2 STL 0.6 BLK 4.5 TO
His counting stats are elite, and his defensive numbers are starting to look respectable. We're going to see sky-high usage from Luka now that Porzingis is off the roster.
#3
Karl-Anthony Towns (MIN, PF,C) ADP: 4.6 AGE: 26.5
74 GP 0.529 FG% 0.823 FT% 2.0 3PM 24.6 PTS 9.8 REB 3.6 AST 1.0 STL 1.1 BLK 3.1 TO
There's only a handful of center-eligible players who are capable of hitting 2-3 threes a game, but none can match his efficiency from both FG% and FT% at such a high volume.
#4
Giannis Antetokounmpo (MIL, PF,C) ADP: 3.5 AGE: 27.5
67 GP 0.553 FG% 0.722 FT% 1.1 3PM 29.9 PTS 11.6 REB 5.8 AST 1.1 STL 1.4 BLK 3.3 TO
If you have Giannis on your roster you're most likely punting FT%, and for your team build, he's the #1 player in fantasy.
#5
Trae Young (ATL, PG) ADP: 7.5 AGE: 23.7
76 GP 0.461 FG% 0.904 FT% 3.1 3PM 28.4 PTS 3.7 REB 9.7 AST 0.9 STL 0.1 BLK 4.0 TO
Atlanta went through some teething problems at the beginning of last season as they adjusted to being a team with real playoff aspirations. After a strong playoff run, the team should well and truly be settled into playing with everything running through Trae.
#6
LaMelo Ball (CHA, PG,SG) ADP: 14.9 AGE: 20.8
75 GP 0.429 FG% 0.873 FT% 2.9 3PM 20.1 PTS 6.7 REB 7.6 AST 1.6 STL 0.4 BLK 3.3 TO
Has a fantasy-friendly game and is in the perfect low-pressure, fast-paced scenario in Charlotte. He's an increased FG% away from being a first-round pick in re-draft leagues.
#7
Jayson Tatum (BOS, SF,PF) ADP: 6.5 AGE: 24.2
76 GP 0.453 FG% 0.853 FT% 3.0 3PM 26.9 PTS 8.0 REB 4.4 AST 1.0 STL 0.6 BLK 2.9 TO
We've seen a jump in Tatum's FG% (51.6% over the last month), but he still finished at 45.3% for the season. Bumping it up to ~46% is doable next season.
#8
Joel Embiid (PHI, PF,C) ADP: 9.2 AGE: 28.2
68 GP 0.499 FG% 0.815 FT% 1.4 3PM 30.6 PTS 11.7 REB 4.2 AST 1.1 STL 1.5 BLK 3.1 TO
I'm not expecting Harden to cut into his numbers too much. It might take a few games for Embiid and Harden to adjust to playing with each other, so now's a good time to try and make some offers.
#9
1
Dejounte Murray (SAS, PG,SG) ADP: 45.1 AGE: 25.7
68 GP 0.462 FG% 0.793 FT% 1.4 3PM 21.1 PTS 8.3 REB 9.2 AST 2.0 STL 0.3 BLK 2.6 TO
Murray is San Antonio's plan A, B, and C, and he's putting up elite fantasy numbers doing it.
#10
1
Donovan Mitchell (UTA, PG,SG) ADP: 27.7 AGE: 25.7
67 GP 0.448 FG% 0.854 FT% 3.5 3PM 25.9 PTS 4.2 REB 5.3 AST 1.5 STL 0.2 BLK 3.0 TO
We've been waiting for Mitchell to up his FG% and steal rate, and he's doing it so far this season.
#11
1
Tyrese Haliburton (IND, PG,SG) ADP: 50.0 AGE: 22.2
77 GP 0.472 FG% 0.842 FT% 2.1 3PM 15.3 PTS 4.0 REB 8.2 AST 1.7 STL 0.6 BLK 2.6 TO
Haliburton averaged 17.5 points, 9.6 assists, 1.8 steals, and 2.2 3PM on 50.2% shooting from the field and 84.9% from the line in his 26 games in Indiana this season. They're elite numbers, and Tyrese is on his way to becoming an elite player.
#12
13
Devin Booker (PHX, SG,SF) ADP: 20.5 AGE: 25.6
68 GP 0.466 FG% 0.867 FT% 2.7 3PM 26.8 PTS 5.0 REB 4.8 AST 1.1 STL 0.4 BLK 2.4 TO
Booker closed out the season strong as he upped his usage to cover for an injured CP3, finishing the season as the 21st best player (based on per-game rankings).
#13
Darius Garland (CLE, PG) ADP: 55.3 AGE: 22.3
68 GP 0.462 FG% 0.893 FT% 2.6 3PM 21.7 PTS 3.3 REB 8.6 AST 1.3 STL 0.1 BLK 3.6 TO
Garland increased his numbers across the board from last season; primarily his scoring (from 17.4 points to 21.7), his assists (from 6.1 to 8.6), his FG% (from 45.1% to 46.2%), his FT% (from 84.8% to 89.3%), and 3PM (from 1.9 to 2.6).
#14
3
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (OKL, PG,SG) ADP: 20.2 AGE: 23.9
56 GP 0.453 FG% 0.811 FT% 1.6 3PM 24.5 PTS 5.0 REB 5.9 AST 1.3 STL 0.8 BLK 2.8 TO
He's shooting below 47% from the field for the first time in his career. Are we putting it down to OKC's creative way to make sure they don't win too many games?
#15
1
Anthony Edwards (MIN, SG,SF) ADP: 37.2 AGE: 20.8
72 GP 0.441 FG% 0.787 FT% 3.0 3PM 21.3 PTS 4.8 REB 3.8 AST 1.5 STL 0.6 BLK 2.6 TO
He continues to blossom into a star in the league. The only thing stopping him from being a start in fantasy are his shooting %s, which we should expect to improve next season.
#16
1
James Harden (PHI, PG,SG) ADP: 10.2 AGE: 32.7
65 GP 0.410 FG% 0.876 FT% 2.3 3PM 22.0 PTS 7.7 REB 10.3 AST 1.3 STL 0.6 BLK 4.4 TO
He may not be the 35 point scorer from his Houston days, but he's making up for it with his improved assist numbers.
#17
1
Stephen Curry (GSW, PG,SG) ADP: 9.6 AGE: 34.2
64 GP 0.437 FG% 0.923 FT% 4.5 3PM 25.5 PTS 5.2 REB 6.3 AST 1.3 STL 0.4 BLK 3.2 TO
Steph is no longer somebody you can rely on for solid FG%, and it has cost him a few spots in the rankings. Don't fret, he's still an elite fantasy player.
#18
4
Ja Morant (MEM, PG) ADP: 35.0 AGE: 22.8
57 GP 0.493 FG% 0.761 FT% 1.5 3PM 27.4 PTS 5.7 REB 6.7 AST 1.2 STL 0.4 BLK 3.4 TO
Morant bounced back after a season to forget and cemented himself as a high-end fantasy player.
#19
Evan Mobley (CLE, PF,C) ADP: 66.3 AGE: 20.9
69 GP 0.509 FG% 0.663 FT% 0.3 3PM 15.0 PTS 8.3 REB 2.5 AST 0.8 STL 1.7 BLK 1.9 TO
Mobley has the signs of being a generational talent on the defensive end of the floor, and he's more than capable of scoring on the other end of the floor. If his FT% can reach the 70% range then we're looking at a promising second season.
#20
Cade Cunningham (DET, PG,SG) ADP: 30.3 AGE: 20.7
64 GP 0.416 FG% 0.844 FT% 1.8 3PM 17.4 PTS 5.5 REB 5.6 AST 1.2 STL 0.7 BLK 3.7 TO
Cade had an excellent rookie season, finishing as the 59th best player based on per-game averages. The FG% is a worry, but it's hard to imagine it not improving over the next few seasons.
#21
Domantas Sabonis (SAC, PF,C) ADP: 15.5 AGE: 26.1
62 GP 0.573 FG% 0.742 FT% 0.6 3PM 18.9 PTS 12.1 REB 5.2 AST 1.0 STL 0.4 BLK 3.1 TO
The move to Sacramento will do great things for his fantasy output.
#22
2
Jaren Jackson Jr. (MEM, PF,C) ADP: 38.7 AGE: 22.7
78 GP 0.415 FG% 0.824 FT% 1.6 3PM 16.3 PTS 5.8 REB 1.1 AST 0.9 STL 2.3 BLK 1.7 TO
JJJ is starting to meet the expectations set for him when he got drafted.
#23
3
Jarrett Allen (CLE, C) ADP: 66.6 AGE: 24.1
56 GP 0.677 FG% 0.709 FT% 0.0 3PM 16.1 PTS 10.8 REB 1.6 AST 0.8 STL 1.3 BLK 1.7 TO
Cleveland's big starting lineup on paper caps Allen's upside, but, in reality, it's bringing the best out of him.
#24
6
Zach LaVine (CHI, SG,SF) ADP: 22.1 AGE: 27.2
67 GP 0.476 FG% 0.854 FT% 2.8 3PM 24.4 PTS 4.6 REB 4.5 AST 0.6 STL 0.3 BLK 2.6 TO
The addition of Lonzo and DeRozan means a dip in usage for LaVine, but he's still Chicago's best player. Expect a small dip in production, but don't do anything crazy and trade him for the sake of making a trade.
#25
2
Fred VanVleet (TOR, PG,SG) ADP: 25.1 AGE: 28.2
65 GP 0.403 FG% 0.871 FT% 3.7 3PM 20.3 PTS 4.4 REB 6.7 AST 1.7 STL 0.5 BLK 2.6 TO
FVV is playing like an All-star this season, and he's shooting almost 2% better than his career-high in FG%, which has always been his weakness.
#26
2
Kevin Durant (BRO, SF,PF) ADP: 26.5 AGE: 33.7
55 GP 0.519 FG% 0.909 FT% 2.1 3PM 29.9 PTS 7.4 REB 6.4 AST 0.9 STL 0.9 BLK 3.5 TO
Had as good of a season as you could have hoped for after returning from a serious Achilles injury as he continues to look like pre-injury KD.
#27
2
Bam Adebayo (MIA, PF,C) ADP: 13.3 AGE: 24.9
56 GP 0.557 FG% 0.753 FT% 0.0 3PM 19.1 PTS 10.1 REB 3.4 AST 1.4 STL 0.8 BLK 2.6 TO
We know Bam is capable of averaging 5 assists a game when the ball runs through him on the offensive end, but how much of his career he'll be asked to play that role?
#28
5
Anthony Davis (LAL, PF,C) ADP: 18.2 AGE: 29.2
40 GP 0.532 FG% 0.713 FT% 0.3 3PM 23.2 PTS 9.9 REB 3.1 AST 1.2 STL 2.3 BLK 2.1 TO
The last time Davis played over 62 games in a season he was wearing a New Orleans jersey (2017-18). He's obviously an elite talent when he plays, but we can't ignore how many games he has missed, and is set to continue missing.
#29
1
Deandre Ayton (PHX, C) ADP: 27.5 AGE: 23.8
58 GP 0.634 FG% 0.747 FT% 0.1 3PM 17.2 PTS 10.2 REB 1.4 AST 0.7 STL 0.7 BLK 1.6 TO
We saw Ayton being used more on the offensive end during the playoffs, and people are starting to finally realize that he's not as bad on the defensive end as some will tell you. I can see him approaching top-30 value in redraft leagues real soon.
#30
1
Myles Turner (IND, PF,C) ADP: 39.2 AGE: 26.2
42 GP 0.509 FG% 0.752 FT% 1.5 3PM 12.9 PTS 7.1 REB 1.0 AST 0.7 STL 2.8 BLK 1.3 TO
Indiana finally cleared up their Sabonis-Turner situation by moving Sabonis, and it should result in more rebounds for Turner, which has been one of his weaknesses.
#31
3
Scottie Barnes (TOR, SF,PF) ADP: 87.3 AGE: 20.8
74 GP 0.492 FG% 0.735 FT% 0.8 3PM 15.3 PTS 7.5 REB 3.5 AST 1.1 STL 0.7 BLK 1.8 TO
Remember when everybody was worried that Toronto reached for Barnes in the draft? Well, right now it's looking like one of the best draft-day selections.
#32
15
Jimmy Butler (MIA, SF,PF) ADP: 38.2 AGE: 32.7
57 GP 0.480 FG% 0.871 FT% 0.5 3PM 21.4 PTS 5.9 REB 5.5 AST 1.6 STL 0.5 BLK 2.1 TO
Butler hasn't played more than 58 games since his 2018-19 season (when he played for Minnesota and Philadelphia). He'll be 33 next season, and hasn't shown signs of having a reliable 3-point shot since, coincidently, his 2018-19 season (which was the last time he averaged 1 3-point make per game).
#33
5
Paul George (LAC, SF,PF) ADP: 24.7 AGE: 32.1
31 GP 0.422 FG% 0.860 FT% 2.9 3PM 24.3 PTS 6.9 REB 5.7 AST 2.2 STL 0.4 BLK 4.1 TO
He's back and relatively healthy with something to prove heading into next season.
#34
1
Rudy Gobert (UTA, C) ADP: 37.3 AGE: 29.9
66 GP 0.712 FG% 0.690 FT% 0.0 3PM 15.6 PTS 14.7 REB 1.1 AST 0.7 STL 2.1 BLK 1.8 TO
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.
#35
17
Robert Williams (BOS, C) ADP: 78.1 AGE: 24.6
61 GP 0.736 FG% 0.723 FT% 0.0 3PM 10.0 PTS 9.6 REB 2.0 AST 0.9 STL 2.2 BLK 1.0 TO
I'm a bit hesitant to rank guys with so much value tied to blocks as we tend to see a lot of fluctuation in that category from young players, but he's currently playing like a top-30 guy.
#36
14
Damian Lillard (POR, PG) ADP: 11.7 AGE: 31.9
29 GP 0.403 FG% 0.878 FT% 3.2 3PM 24.0 PTS 4.1 REB 7.3 AST 0.6 STL 0.4 BLK 2.9 TO
Portland ended the season with a roster that gave the processing 76ers a run for their money while Lillard focused on resting up and getting healthy. Expect Lillard to bounce back next season.
#37
27
Jamal Murray (DEN, PG,SG) ADP: 58.6 AGE: 25.2
GP FG% FT% 3PM PTS REB AST STL BLK TO
Murray should be back to start next season after missing the entire regular season. Keep in mind that he finished the 2020-21 season averaging 21.2 points, 4.8 assists, 1.3 steals, and 2.7 3PM, while shooting 47.8% from the field and 86.8% from the line.
#38
6
Jaylen Brown (BOS, SG,SF) ADP: 24.0 AGE: 25.6
66 GP 0.473 FG% 0.757 FT% 2.5 3PM 23.6 PTS 6.1 REB 3.5 AST 1.1 STL 0.3 BLK 2.7 TO
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%.
#39
6
De'Aaron Fox (SAC, PG) ADP: 25.9 AGE: 24.4
59 GP 0.473 FG% 0.749 FT% 1.3 3PM 23.2 PTS 3.9 REB 5.6 AST 1.2 STL 0.4 BLK 2.8 TO
Sacramento moving Haliburton means they're fully invested in Fox at PG. Should mesh well with Sabonis once they get a few games under their belt.
#40
4
Ben Simmons (BRO, PG) ADP: 40.3 AGE: 25.8
GP FG% FT% 3PM PTS REB AST STL BLK TO
His game hasn't changed since entering the league, and there's nothing to suggest that anything will change this 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.
#41
10
Kyrie Irving (BRO, PG,SG) ADP: 30.4 AGE: 30.2
29 GP 0.469 FG% 0.915 FT% 3.5 3PM 27.4 PTS 4.4 REB 5.8 AST 1.4 STL 0.6 BLK 2.5 TO
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.
#42
5
Zion Williamson (NOP, PF) ADP: 11.0 AGE: 21.9
GP FG% FT% 3PM PTS REB AST STL BLK TO
His upside is huge (no, that wasn't a pun about his weight). but he has missed significant time every season since joining the NBA. He's almost off his rookie contract without a healthy season in the books and has only played 85-games in his first 3 seasons.
#43
4
Bradley Beal (WAS, SG,SF) ADP: 15.8 AGE: 28.9
40 GP 0.451 FG% 0.833 FT% 1.6 3PM 23.2 PTS 4.7 REB 6.6 AST 0.9 STL 0.4 BLK 3.4 TO
Beal has had a season to forget but still finished the season as the 36th ranked player based on per-game value. Somebody to target in a trade if you're retooling for next season.
#44
4
John Collins (ATL, PF,C) ADP: 39.4 AGE: 24.7
54 GP 0.526 FG% 0.792 FT% 1.2 3PM 16.2 PTS 7.8 REB 1.8 AST 0.6 STL 1.0 BLK 1.1 TO
Re-signing with the Hawks wasn't the best result for his short-term fantasy output, but he'll continue to put up top-50 numbers that are propped up because of his shooting efficiency from the field and the free-throw line. We know what he's capable of if he's more of a focus on the offensive end, but that won't happen unless he finds himself on another roster.
#45
4
OG Anunoby (TOR, SF,PF) ADP: 43.8 AGE: 24.9
48 GP 0.444 FG% 0.752 FT% 2.4 3PM 17.1 PTS 5.5 REB 2.6 AST 1.5 STL 0.5 BLK 1.7 TO
Has the potential to be a top-50 staple as he continues to develop his game.
#46
4
Lonzo Ball (CHI, PG,SG) ADP: 53.2 AGE: 24.6
35 GP 0.423 FG% 0.750 FT% 3.1 3PM 13.0 PTS 5.4 REB 5.1 AST 1.8 STL 0.9 BLK 2.3 TO
The move to Chicago matches his skillset as somebody who can run the break, play defense, and not worry about looking for his own shot inside the 3-point line, but there's a lot of ball-handling in the starting roster with LaVine, DeRozan, and Vucevic all capable passers. His re-draft rankings are currently propped up by his career-high steal rate.
#47
4
Miles Bridges (CHA, SF,PF) ADP: 82.6 AGE: 24.2
80 GP 0.491 FG% 0.803 FT% 1.9 3PM 20.2 PTS 7.0 REB 3.8 AST 0.9 STL 0.8 BLK 1.9 TO
Started the season on an absolute tear and finished the season as the 41st ranked player based on per-game value.
#48
4
Brandon Ingram (NOP, SF,PF) ADP: 30.3 AGE: 24.7
55 GP 0.461 FG% 0.827 FT% 1.4 3PM 22.7 PTS 5.8 REB 5.6 AST 0.6 STL 0.5 BLK 2.7 TO
His lack of defensive numbers hurt his value.
#49
4
Jrue Holiday (MIL, PG,SG) ADP: 61.8 AGE: 32.0
67 GP 0.501 FG% 0.758 FT% 2.0 3PM 18.3 PTS 4.5 REB 6.8 AST 1.6 STL 0.4 BLK 2.7 TO
He's back to playing at an elite level and has minimal competition at either of the guard spots in Milwaukee.
#50
4
Pascal Siakam (TOR, PF,C) ADP: 48.7 AGE: 28.1
68 GP 0.494 FG% 0.750 FT% 1.1 3PM 22.8 PTS 8.5 REB 5.3 AST 1.3 STL 0.6 BLK 2.7 TO
The Siakam experience is shaky, but the pressure is off him on being Toronto's best player, and his fantasy game has benefitted.
#51
4
Khris Middleton (MIL, SF,PF) ADP: 43.5 AGE: 30.8
66 GP 0.443 FG% 0.889 FT% 2.5 3PM 20.1 PTS 5.4 REB 5.4 AST 1.2 STL 0.3 BLK 2.9 TO
Middleton is back to his regular self after a slow start to the season, which was expected after a lack of off-season (extended playoffs, Olympics).
#52
4
Nikola Vucevic (CHI, C) ADP: 33.4 AGE: 31.6
73 GP 0.473 FG% 0.759 FT% 1.4 3PM 17.6 PTS 11.0 REB 3.2 AST 1.0 STL 1.0 BLK 1.9 TO
His points and rebound numbers are still impressive, but he's starting to trend down as a high-end fantasy player.
#53
4
LeBron James (LAL, PG,SG,SF) ADP: 53.7 AGE: 37.4
56 GP 0.524 FG% 0.757 FT% 2.9 3PM 30.3 PTS 8.2 REB 6.2 AST 1.3 STL 1.1 BLK 3.5 TO
Never doubt LeBron James, but he's 37.
#54
17
Desmond Bane (MEM, PG,SG,SF) ADP: 169.0 AGE: 23.9
76 GP 0.461 FG% 0.902 FT% 3.0 3PM 18.2 PTS 4.4 REB 2.7 AST 1.2 STL 0.4 BLK 1.5 TO
A knock-down shooter who's on pace to become a fantasy staple.
#55
2
Mikal Bridges (PHX, SG,SF) ADP: 47.9 AGE: 25.7
82 GP 0.534 FG% 0.838 FT% 1.4 3PM 14.2 PTS 4.2 REB 2.3 AST 1.2 STL 0.4 BLK 0.8 TO
I like what Mikal provides long-term as a 3&D specialist, and his offensive production has started trending in the right direction.
#56
17
Tyrese Maxey (PHI, PG,SG) ADP: 116.1 AGE: 21.6
75 GP 0.485 FG% 0.866 FT% 1.8 3PM 17.5 PTS 3.2 REB 4.3 AST 0.7 STL 0.4 BLK 1.2 TO
Maxey has proved that he belongs as a big minute rotation player. His assist numbers won't hit big numbers with Harden around, but he makes up for it by giving you high-end FG% from the PG spot.
#57
1
Michael Porter Jr. (DEN, SF,PF) ADP: 29.9 AGE: 23.9
9 GP 0.359 FG% 0.560 FT% 1.1 3PM 9.9 PTS 6.6 REB 1.9 AST 1.1 STL 0.2 BLK 1.3 TO
His value is tied to how efficiently he shoots, and when his shot isn't falling, like it didn't this season, then his value tanks.
#58
4
Josh Giddey (OKL, PG,SG,SF) ADP: 75.0 AGE: 19.6
54 GP 0.419 FG% 0.712 FT% 1.0 3PM 12.5 PTS 7.8 REB 6.4 AST 0.9 STL 0.4 BLK 3.2 TO
If he can clean up his shooting percentages he's a chance of becoming a really nice fantasy player. Should have ample opportunity in OKC to collect those counting stats.
#59
3
Kristaps Porzingis (WAS, PF,C) ADP: 55.4 AGE: 26.8
51 GP 0.459 FG% 0.866 FT% 1.5 3PM 20.2 PTS 8.1 REB 2.3 AST 0.7 STL 1.6 BLK 1.6 TO
Porzingis will always be the guy with an injury cloud hovering over him, so you're never going to get a fair return when trading him if you're looking at per-game value, but when he plays, he's putting up top-40 value.
#60
5
Wendell Carter Jr. (ORL, PF,C) ADP: 87.6 AGE: 23.1
62 GP 0.525 FG% 0.692 FT% 1.1 3PM 15.0 PTS 10.5 REB 2.8 AST 0.6 STL 0.7 BLK 1.9 TO
Gets a chance to revive his career in Orlando, and he's meeting expectations so far.
#61
4
Anfernee Simons (POR, PG,SG) ADP: 168.0 AGE: 23.0
57 GP 0.443 FG% 0.887 FT% 3.1 3PM 17.3 PTS 2.6 REB 3.9 AST 0.5 STL 0.1 BLK 2.0 TO
Portland is fully invested in Simons, and so am I. Should be able to replicate CJ's output now that he's gone.
#62
3
Terry Rozier (CHA, PG,SG) ADP: 64.1 AGE: 28.2
73 GP 0.444 FG% 0.851 FT% 3.0 3PM 19.3 PTS 4.3 REB 4.5 AST 1.3 STL 0.3 BLK 1.3 TO
Proved a lot of people wrong last season and locked himself in as the 2-guard option to play alongside LaMelo. He might not be able to replicate last season's production, but he'll get close.
#63
3
Jonas Valanciunas (NOP, C) ADP: 74.7 AGE: 30.1
74 GP 0.543 FG% 0.818 FT% 0.8 3PM 17.8 PTS 11.4 REB 2.6 AST 0.6 STL 0.8 BLK 2.4 TO
Now's a great time to try and flip Jonas if you can find somebody willing to give up a top 20-30 guy. His value will take a hit if/when Zion returns, but he's still more than capable of producing along side of him.
#64
4
DeMar DeRozan (CHI, SF,PF) ADP: 81.9 AGE: 32.8
76 GP 0.504 FG% 0.877 FT% 0.7 3PM 27.9 PTS 5.2 REB 4.9 AST 0.9 STL 0.3 BLK 2.4 TO
I was expecting DeRozan's value to take a hit moving to Chicago, but he's having the best fantasy season of his career (so far).
#65
17
Tyler Herro (MIA, PG,SG) ADP: 112.9 AGE: 22.3
66 GP 0.446 FG% 0.867 FT% 2.7 3PM 20.7 PTS 5.0 REB 4.0 AST 0.7 STL 0.1 BLK 2.6 TO
He should have the 6th man award guaranteed as he finishes the season as the 67th best fantasy player based on per-game value.
#66
29
Jordan Poole (GSW, PG,SG) ADP: 126.3 AGE: 22.9
76 GP 0.448 FG% 0.926 FT% 2.8 3PM 18.5 PTS 3.4 REB 4.0 AST 0.8 STL 0.3 BLK 2.5 TO
He has increased his scoring from last season (from 12 points to 18.5) and assists (from 1.9 to 4) as he spent a lot of the season either covering for an injured Klay or Steph, but he needs to show more on the defensive end to make up for the small dip in playing time he might see next season with a healthy Warriors roster.
#67
10
Kawhi Leonard (LAC, SG,SF) ADP: 53.3 AGE: 30.9
GP FG% FT% 3PM PTS REB AST STL BLK TO
He'll be back next season, but it's hard to trust him to play enough games to win you a championship.
#68
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Jerami Grant (DET, SF,PF) ADP: 72.5 AGE: 28.2
47 GP 0.426 FG% 0.838 FT% 1.9 3PM 19.2 PTS 4.1 REB 2.4 AST 0.9 STL 1.0 BLK 1.8 TO
He'll continue to put up numbers so long as he's on a bad team. If he gets moved expect his output to take a dip.
#69
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Herbert Jones (NOP, SF,PF) ADP: AGE: 23.6
78 GP 0.476 FG% 0.842 FT% 0.7 3PM 9.5 PTS 3.8 REB 2.1 AST 1.7 STL 0.8 BLK 1.3 TO
#70
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Clint Capela (ATL, C) ADP: 44.9 AGE: 28.0
74 GP 0.613 FG% 0.474 FT% 0.0 3PM 11.1 PTS 11.9 REB 1.2 AST 0.7 STL 1.3 BLK 0.6 TO
The opportunity to get Capela for a good deal is closing as he works his way back to full health.
#71
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Jusuf Nurkic (POR, C) ADP: 57.1 AGE: 27.8
56 GP 0.535 FG% 0.689 FT% 0.3 3PM 15.0 PTS 11.1 REB 2.8 AST 1.1 STL 0.6 BLK 2.6 TO
Is Nurkic really just a guy capable of putting up top 60-70 value in 25-27 minutes a game?
#72
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D'Angelo Russell (MIN, PG,SG) ADP: 73.8 AGE: 26.3
65 GP 0.411 FG% 0.827 FT% 2.7 3PM 18.1 PTS 3.3 REB 7.1 AST 1.0 STL 0.3 BLK 2.5 TO
His fantasy game is starting to regress and other players are becoming better options. Still has value in the right build.
#73
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CJ McCollum (NOP, PG,SG) ADP: 70.0 AGE: 30.7
62 GP 0.461 FG% 0.682 FT% 2.9 3PM 22.1 PTS 4.3 REB 5.1 AST 1.1 STL 0.4 BLK 2.0 TO
In the past, he has been streaky in terms of output and FG%. Try and flip him when he goes on a stretch where he puts up top-40 value and shoots 45%+ from the field.
#74
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Julius Randle (NYK, PF,C) ADP: 28.8 AGE: 27.5
72 GP 0.411 FG% 0.756 FT% 1.7 3PM 20.1 PTS 9.9 REB 5.1 AST 0.7 STL 0.5 BLK 3.4 TO
His numbers have regressed to pre-Knicks Randle, but he has started to kick into gear these past few weeks, so there's still hope for a revival.
#75
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Tobias Harris (PHI, SF,PF) ADP: 57.4 AGE: 29.9
73 GP 0.482 FG% 0.841 FT% 1.4 3PM 17.2 PTS 6.8 REB 3.5 AST 0.6 STL 0.6 BLK 1.6 TO
A lot of Harris' value was tied to the fact that he doesn't hurt you in any one category, but, this season he's hurting you in a few, mainly FG%.
#76
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Malcolm Brogdon (IND, PG,SG) ADP: 72.7 AGE: 29.5
36 GP 0.448 FG% 0.856 FT% 1.6 3PM 19.1 PTS 5.1 REB 5.9 AST 0.8 STL 0.4 BLK 2.1 TO
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.
#77
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Mo Bamba (ORL, C) ADP: 113.5 AGE: 24.0
71 GP 0.480 FG% 0.777 FT% 1.5 3PM 10.6 PTS 8.1 REB 1.2 AST 0.5 STL 1.7 BLK 1.1 TO
Orlando went against the trend and started the season with two centers in their starting lineup. It's not impacting on the wins column, but it's having a positive impact on Mo's fantasy production.
#78
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Franz Wagner (ORL, SG,SF,PF) ADP: 174.0 AGE: 20.7
79 GP 0.468 FG% 0.863 FT% 1.2 3PM 15.2 PTS 4.5 REB 2.9 AST 0.9 STL 0.4 BLK 1.5 TO
Landed in a good spot in Orlando and should continue to expand on his fantasy game in a low-pressure environment.
#79
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Jalen Green (HOU, SG) ADP: 62.0 AGE: 20.3
67 GP 0.426 FG% 0.798 FT% 2.3 3PM 17.3 PTS 3.4 REB 2.6 AST 0.7 STL 0.3 BLK 2.0 TO
A great athlete whose offensive game is well suited to the NBA. We saw what Kevin Porter Jr did with high usage in Houston last, and Green is the better player. It's going to take time, and he's going to tank your FG% in the process, but the potential is there.
#80
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Jalen Suggs (ORL, PG,SG) ADP: 74.3 AGE: 21.0
48 GP 0.362 FG% 0.774 FT% 0.9 3PM 11.8 PTS 3.6 REB 4.4 AST 1.2 STL 0.4 BLK 3.0 TO
Orlando is deep at the PG spot, and while he's had a poor start to the season, it's not uncommon for PGs to take a while to adapt to running an NBA offense. He'll be better than this.
#81
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Alperen Sengun (HOU, C) ADP: 98.7 AGE: 19.8
72 GP 0.475 FG% 0.711 FT% 0.4 3PM 9.6 PTS 5.5 REB 2.6 AST 0.8 STL 0.9 BLK 2.0 TO
Landed in a good spot in the offense-first Rockets, and his defense won't be an issue as Houston isn't in win-now mode.
#82
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Derrick White (BOS, PG,SG) ADP: 77.9 AGE: 27.9
75 GP 0.421 FG% 0.866 FT% 1.5 3PM 13.2 PTS 3.5 REB 4.9 AST 0.9 STL 0.8 BLK 1.6 TO
Moving to Boston hurts his numbers a little, but I'm still expecting him to play 29-30 minutes a game once he settles in with the team.
#83
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Christian Wood (HOU, PF,C) ADP: 41.1 AGE: 26.7
68 GP 0.501 FG% 0.623 FT% 1.9 3PM 17.9 PTS 10.1 REB 2.3 AST 0.8 STL 1.0 BLK 1.9 TO
Wood is Houston's best offensive weapon, but their goal isn't to win games, and shots will be taken away from him to develop Green.
#84
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Caris LeVert (CLE, SG,SF) ADP: 68.7 AGE: 27.7
58 GP 0.444 FG% 0.757 FT% 1.4 3PM 17.0 PTS 3.7 REB 4.3 AST 0.9 STL 0.4 BLK 1.9 TO
Better suited to points leagues where his flakey shooting percentages won't hurt you.
#85
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Chris Paul (PHX, PG) ADP: 70.4 AGE: 37.1
65 GP 0.493 FG% 0.836 FT% 1.0 3PM 14.7 PTS 4.4 REB 10.8 AST 1.9 STL 0.3 BLK 2.4 TO
If you have Paul in a dynasty format now's the time to try and move him, unless you're competing for the title.
#86
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Mitchell Robinson (NYK, C) ADP: 84.4 AGE: 24.1
72 GP 0.763 FG% 0.486 FT% 0.0 3PM 8.5 PTS 8.6 REB 0.5 AST 0.8 STL 1.8 BLK 0.8 TO
Thibs has managed to teach Robinson not to bite on every blocked shot attempt, and it helped him stay on the court for a little longer by avoiding foul trouble. He'll still give you the big man stats you're looking for, just don't expect his huge block rate from his rookie season to return this season.
#87
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Chris Duarte (IND, SG,SF) ADP: 176.0 AGE: 24.9
55 GP 0.431 FG% 0.804 FT% 1.7 3PM 13.1 PTS 4.1 REB 2.1 AST 1.0 STL 0.2 BLK 1.6 TO
His start to the season has proven that he's a capable fantasy player.
#88
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RJ Barrett (NYK, SG,SF) ADP: 69.5 AGE: 21.9
70 GP 0.408 FG% 0.714 FT% 2.0 3PM 20.0 PTS 5.8 REB 3.0 AST 0.6 STL 0.2 BLK 2.2 TO
Has put together a quality month of fantasy numbers if you ignore his shooting %s. Better suited to points leagues.
#89
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Devin Vassell (SAS, SG,SF) ADP: 127.7 AGE: 21.8
71 GP 0.427 FG% 0.842 FT% 1.9 3PM 12.3 PTS 4.3 REB 1.9 AST 1.1 STL 0.6 BLK 0.8 TO
Has a touch of the Mikal Bridges about him as a defensive-minded 3-point shooter. If he's somehow still on your waiver wire, go and add him now.
#90
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Gary Trent Jr. (TOR, SG,SF) ADP: 128.7 AGE: 23.3
70 GP 0.415 FG% 0.856 FT% 3.0 3PM 18.3 PTS 2.7 REB 2.0 AST 1.7 STL 0.3 BLK 1.0 TO
Has found a role in Toronto, but I'm not sure how long his steal numbers are going to remain this high.
#91
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Gordon Hayward (CHA, SG,SF) ADP: 75.1 AGE: 32.2
49 GP 0.459 FG% 0.845 FT% 1.8 3PM 15.9 PTS 4.6 REB 3.6 AST 1.0 STL 0.4 BLK 1.7 TO
The emergence of Bridges has turned Hayward into a bit of a meh player. He's going to continue putting up good numbers, but, meh.
#92
Cole Anthony (ORL, PG,SG) ADP: 147.5 AGE: 22.0
65 GP 0.391 FG% 0.853 FT% 2.0 3PM 16.3 PTS 5.4 REB 5.7 AST 0.7 STL 0.3 BLK 2.6 TO
Anthony has started the season hot and looks like he belongs in the starting lineup. It's debatable whether he's a starter on a good team, but Orlando won't be good for a while, so that's not too important right now.
#93
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Draymond Green (GSW, PF,C) ADP: 92.3 AGE: 32.2
46 GP 0.524 FG% 0.657 FT% 0.4 3PM 7.5 PTS 7.3 REB 7.0 AST 1.3 STL 1.1 BLK 3.0 TO
Golden State is a playoff team again, so we're seeing top-50 Draymond, again.
#94
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Jakob Poeltl (SAS, C) ADP: 77.5 AGE: 26.6
68 GP 0.618 FG% 0.495 FT% 0.0 3PM 13.5 PTS 9.3 REB 2.8 AST 0.7 STL 1.7 BLK 1.6 TO
There's nobody standing in the way of Poeltl playing 30 minutes a night in San Antonio, but his FT% continues to be an issue.
#95
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