17/18 Rankings

Top 150

Note: Where I rank a player is not necessarily where I’d draft that player. You’ll see me rank some players inside of the top-50 that you won’t need to draft inside of the top-50. The rankings are meant to show how valuable I think a player will be. For example, I’m not suggesting that you take …

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Point Guards

1) Steph Curry (PG/SG) – I’m taking Durant every time with the top pick. If you are fortunate enough to get a pick that falls between two and eight, then pick the player who fits your preferred build. There is very little difference between the next seven players. For now, I have Steph at two. It’s …

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Shooting Guards

1) Steph Curry (PG/SG) – I’m taking Durant every time with the top pick. If you are fortunate enough to get a pick that falls between two and eight, then pick the player who fits your preferred build. There is very little difference between the next seven players. For now, I have Steph at two. It’s …

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Small Forwards

1) Giannis Antetokounmpo (SF/PF) – Giannis achieved superstardom last season, but we’re still no where close to seeing his ceiling. He still doesn’t have a three-ball (0.6 3PG) and he’s still very mediocre from the line (77.0 FT%). There’s no guarantee that he improves either weakness this season, but he doesn’t need to in order to …

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Power Forwards

1) Kevin Durant (SF/PF) – Kevin Durant is the perfect fantasy basketball player. His line is flawless. His worst category is steals (1.1 SPG) and even there he provides above-average production. His 2.2 TOPG is actually excellent when compared to the other first-round options. Of the top-18 players last season, only two averaged less turnovers than …

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Centers

1) Anthony Davis (PF/C) – Davis was arguably last season’s fantasy MVP. Only Durant was better on a per game basis and Davis wasn’t shut down until after most leagues had completed their playoffs. He kept rolling after DeMarcus Cousins came to town. After the trade, The Brow posted averages of 28.5 PPG, 0.6 3PG, 11.7 …

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