2016-2017 Rankings

Top 150

1) Steph Curry (PG/SG) – No two players are better equipped to handle a drop in their counting stats than Steph Curry and Kevin Durant. The league’s newest dynamic duo both derive a huge amount of their value from the efficiency categories and should continue to dominate the FG% and FT% categories despite the incoming decrease …

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Point Guards

1) Steph Curry (PG/SG) – No two players are better equipped to handle a drop in their counting stats than Steph Curry and Kevin Durant. The league’s newest dynamic duo both derive a huge amount of their value from the efficiency categories and should continue to dominate the FG% and FT% categories despite the incoming decrease …

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Shooting Guards

1) Steph Curry (PG/SG) – No two players are better equipped to handle a drop in their counting stats than Steph Curry and Kevin Durant. The league’s newest dynamic duo both derive a huge amount of their value from the efficiency categories and should continue to dominate the FG% and FT% categories despite the incoming decrease …

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Small Forwards

1) James Harden (SG/SF) – Harden’s upside is higher than ever now that Mike D’Antoni is in town. D’Antoni is most famous for his time in Phoenix, but he also worked his magic in New York, somehow turning Raymond Felton into an early-round asset before the portly point guard was traded to the Nuggets. Harden …

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Power Fowards

1) Kevin Durant (SF/PF) – Durant’s move to Oakland is bad for the league but good for fantasy. The move brings both Curry and Durant down a notch and makes it easier for those picking later in the draft to compete with the Curry and Durant owners. Like Curry, KD will see a dip in …

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Centers

1) Karl-Anthony Towns (C) – Fantasy players are going to be all over Towns this season and rightfully so. The big man had one of the most impressive rookie seasons of all-time and has a game that was made for fantasy. Like Kawhi, Towns possesses one of the most well-rounded lines in fantasy. His only …

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Top 150 8-Cat

Usually I stick to 9-category analysis, but I realize that many play on ESPN or in 8-category leagues and I don’t want anyone feeling left out. Below is my top-150 for 8-category leagues. These rankings can also double as punt turnover rankings. In 8-category leagues almost all guards get a bump and most big men …

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