Rankings

2013 Fantasy Point Guard Rankings

The point guard position is easily has the deepest talent pool for fantasy owners. Of the projected starters at the position next season, 1/3 have appeared in an All-Star game and five more young prospects could potentially earn a nomination this year. 

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Trade: Toronto Gets Gay in Three Way

One of the NBA’s longest ongoing trade sagas is finally over. No, not Josh Smith, not Pau Gasol. No, the Memphis Grizzlies have dealt Rudy Gay away just one week after making a trade that would have allowed them to keep their starting lineup together for the rest of the season. Instead Memphis moved to acquire Tayshaun Prince and Austin …

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2012 Fantasy Center Rankings

As fans tuned into the NBA Finals in record numbers, what really was on display was the minimization of the center. For both Oklahoma City and Miami, production from the center position was irrelevant, as Joel Anthony and Ronny Turiaf, the only true centers on the Heat roster combined to play just five minutes. 

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2012 Fantasy Power Forward Rankings

No power forward has been selected to the All-NBA First team in four seasons but that doesn’t mean the position hasn’t shown its dominance. The top ranked power forward finished sixth in league MVP voting last season even though his team failed to qualify for the post season. 

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2012 Fantasy Small Forward Rankings

After battling for a championship ring in June, the top two small forwards in the league teamed up to bring home a gold medal. The story to come out of London was how the reigning MVP was able to dominate in every aspect of the game while the league’s scoring champion was once again unstoppable overseas.  

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2012 Fantasy Shooting Guard Rankings

Four of the top five shooting guards in the league have either changed teams or enter the regular season after undergoing recent surgery. There is plenty of uncertainty at the position, especially with two of the top shooting guards in the league still coming off the bench but with emerging first and second year players, there will be plenty of …

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2012 Fantasy Point Guard Rankings

No position has been more consistently infused with talent over the past 15 years than point guard. With inspiring play from a rookie from Spain a season ago to the emerging front runner for Rookie of the Year honors this season, no position will produce more quality fantasy options than point guard.

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2011 Fantasy Center Rankings

Center has become an extremely compartmentalized position. If a player is a certain size and eight, possesses just one skill, there is a roster space available. The two largest free agent deals this off season went to centers that haven’t went to an All-Star game or carry their franchise. 

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2011 Fantasy Power Forward Rankings

No group of players is tougher to assess than power forwards. Two breakout stars playing the position didn’t earn All-Star nominations, but one secured a place on the All-NBA Third team while the other carried the team to an improbable playoff run that fell just one victory shy of the conference championship.  

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2011 Fantasy Small Forward Rankings

Three of the past four scoring champions have been small forwards. As centers continue to have their roles in the offense diminished, small forwards have benefited with the influx of scoring opportunities. The position also has players with an array of talents. 

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