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2011 Fantasy Shooting Guard Rankings

Just about every prominent shooting guard has either switched teams or been in the center of trade rumors during the abbreviated off season. With superstar players up for grabs at other positions, shooting guards have slowly evolved into offensive or defensive specialists. By becoming more specified, each team employs different roles for the position. 

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2011 Fantasy Point Guard Rankings

Each season the point guard position continues to distinguish itself as the leagues most talented group. One third of the starting point guards in the NBA have been selected to an All-Star team during their career.

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2010 Closeout: Center Rankings

The center position is back. For the past few years, the All-Star game was just a way for Shaquille O’Neal, Yao Ming and Dwight Howard to display their dominance at the position. This season there can actually be a debate about which players deserve the nod at center for the All-Star Game in Los Angeles.

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2010 Closeout: Power Forward Rankings

During the last decade, the power forward position was the most dominant in the NBA. Instead of lining up at center, seven footers started playing power forward and changed how the position was played. Instead of just hanging around the basket waiting for an offensive rebound, power forwards developed range on their shots, started handling the ball and creating their …

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2010 Closeout: Small Forward Rankings

The superstar experiment in Miami is starting to show some positive effects and their small forward, of course, is the main reason. Traditionally, small forwards were never the focal point of a team, but with so many talented scorers lining up at the position, scoring in the NBA has been dominated by these wing players.

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2010 Closeout: Shooting Guard Rankings

Over one third of the starting shooting guards in the league didn’t begin the season as the starter. A slew of injuries combined with a lack of production has provoked the changes. Three rookies are starting at shooting guard and a second round pick has provided the largest impact.

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Point Guard Rankings 2010 Closeout

Point Guard Rankings No position in the NBA is deeper than the point guard. The following list is a comprehensive Point Guard Rankings list of who we think will have break out performances in 2011. Of the 30 starters in the NBA, 12 have been to an All-Star game and the list will grow by at least one with the …

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2010 Tip-off: Power Forward Rankings

Half of the players ranked in the top-eight on this list switched teams this summer, two forming mega-trios in the Eastern Conference, and the other two hoping to revive two of the best fan bases in the league. If the summer of 2010 proved anything, an elite player at the four spot can transform a playoff team into a championship. …

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2010 Tip-off: Center Rankings

Only one center averaged over 20 points per game last season and he’ll now be playing power forward for the Golden State Warriors. Centers have gone from the focal point of the offense to a team’s clean-up crew. Few plays are designed specifically for centers, they have to get their points by crashing the offensive glass and slamming home rebounds. …

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2010 Tip-off: Shooting Guard Rankings

No position was tougher to rank than the shooting guards. Honestly, the sixth ranking could be swapped out to No. 14 and it wouldn’t cause too much of an uproar. No question there have been stars entering the league as two guards, the unfortunate part is they haven’t had a chance to be called the best at the position. Ever …

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