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Last week, I gave you my Top 10 for 2017 Fantasy Basketball. Today, I present the Top 15 after the Top 10. Since I’ve included the link for the Top 10, it’s technically the Top 25 but not really. Top 15 after Top 10 just doesn’t flow off the tongue properly, so I’ll just go with Top 25. Plus, it’s so cumbersome and annoying for me to write. Similar to if I had to spell out Giannis Antetokounmpo every time. Sure, I could just copy and paste it, but what if I had to copy and paste something else? What if I had to turn off my computer and re-copy and paste? I ain’t got time for that nonsense! Bing! Lightbulb suddenly appears over my head, which is good because my halo is now illuminated. From this day on, I shall call Giannis Antetokounmpo, G. I believe that gets G up to five nicknames now, right? That has to be the dopest nickname of all time. Hear me out. One-names were all the rage back in the day. Cher, Prince, Pele, etc…but then Prince took it to another level by eschewing letters altogether and just going with a symbol. But you know what? A symbol, while cool, is difficult to write. It’s also very difficult to utilize on the computer, although, it’s pretty amazing that people figured out a way to do it. Anyways, G is already on the keyboard. Yes, you do have to press Caps Lock or Shift to get it right, but…damn, you lazy!! Who else do you think of when I say G? When I say G, you say what? G. Anus. See?  No bueno. It’s a good thing no one ever reads intros. Well, at least I will know who didn’t read this intro when I get the inevitable, “What does G stand for?”

As always, big shout-out to Slim, who provided projections and insight.

11) Demarcus Cousins

Congratulations! You have discovered Easter Egg #2. You either know what I’m talking about or you don’t. For those that don’t, scroll up and click on the link in the first sentence. I’m calling Cousins, Cuz, because I’m a lazy f’er. Cuz is a beast. He’s so skilled and agile for a man his size.

With that said, he can check out of a game both literally and figuratively. That’s the risk, but I do realize that there is tremendous upside, especially if AD gets hurt. After getting traded to the Pelicans, the shot attempts and usage went down a bit, but he still produced. The only other issue I have with Cuz is that he falls in love with the jumper too much at times. I think that shows up most in the precipitous decline in free throw attempts from 10 all the way down to seven attempts per game. I get it. He has a great J, but he can pretty much get to the rim at will. Anyways, I hate him enough to put him at 11, yet I love him enough to put him at 11. Capisce?

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.455 .770 1.8 23.5 11.5 3.8 1.4 1.3 3.6 34

12) Rudy Gobert

I initially had Jimmy Butler slotted here, but decided on Rudy. Was it due to watching Rudy on cable? I cut the chord years ago, so no. Butler is good across the board, but Rudy is ELITE in three categories: blocks, rebounds, and field goal percentage. With the addition of Ricky Rubio and deletion of Gordon Hayward from the roster, Gobert could see both his field goal attempts and points scored increase this season. The free throw percentage isn’t great, but it’s not Ben Wallace-esque.


Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.650 .665 0 16.0 12.2 1.3 0.7 2.7 1.9 34

13) Jimmy Butler

Make no mistake about it, Butler is the alpha for the Timberwolves. As it is in the wild, alphas get first dibs at kills. What do you know, he will also be reunited with Thibs. This reminds me of Game of Thrones. Thibs is Bran Stark, the three-eyed raven, who is able to see all and will guide the Timberwolves to the promised land. Butler is Summer, Bran’s Direwolf, who defends and is by the side of Thibs at all times. Let’s all forget about the part where Summer dies protecting Bran. Or should we? Is GOT actually a prophesy for Timberwolves basketball? Anyways, the only category that Butler doesn’t contribute much is in blocks. Other than that, he fills the stat sheet. The beautiful thing about this situation is you know that Butler is getting huge minutes, barring injury of course. There’s also been some chatter that Thibs may play small ball, which could lead to an increase in pace? Well, wolves do hunt in packs and are nimble and agile.

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.455 .860 1.4 22.5 5.8 5.1 1.8 0.5 2.2 36

14) John Wall

Only three players averaged over 10 assists per game last season and only two players averaged over two steals per game. Wall was one of the players in both categories. He was also one of only four players to average more than four turnovers per game. Psshhawww. Turnovers schmurnovers. The only other knock on Wall St. is the lack of a downtown, but that’s why God created JJ Redick on the Sixth Day before resting. While the Lord was resting on the Sabbath, Son created a new nickname: Wall Street because he prints money and is highly proficient at thievery.

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Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.445 .800 1.2 22.5 4.4 10.4 1.9 0.6 4.1 36

15) Lebron James

Bron will be 33 years old. Shakes head. Damn, where did the time go? Anyways, I feel like many are writing him off, myself included. I initially had him ranked in the 20s, but I settled here at 15. The free throw percentage sucks. 67%? Really, Bron? Stop posting shit on Snapchat and practice your damn free throws! And the turnovers are high at 4.1 per game. I always feel that he should have more blocks. With that said, he’s in phenomenal shape and plays heavy minutes. Plus, he’s a triple-dub threat any time he’s on the court. I think word of his demise have been greatly exaggerated. Now, he’s going to miss a few games here and there due to the NBA schedule, but there’s a chance he goes full FU mode this year due the Kyrie saga and fact that this is probably his last year in Cleveland. As a Lakers fan, I just hope he doesn’t go too hard, as I want some tread left on those tires when he’s a Laker.

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.530 .690 1.5 25.5 7.7 8.0 1.2 0.6 3.8 36

16) Damian Lillard

I love Lillard’s game. He’s so smooth when he moves around. Reminds me of a running back probing for holes, then exploding when he sees daylight. He’s a strong finisher at the rim and his J is so silky. When creating a player in NBA 2K, I’d use Lillard’s shot. There are just some strokes that are easier to shoot with. Anyways, his minutes and usage rates are high and he will contribute across the board, except for blocks. He has the ability to drop a fifty burger any night. Dame doesn’t get too high or too low. He just balls and flows.

Dame Dolla. So smooth on and off the court.

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.440 .900 3.0 27.0 4.7 6.1 1.0 0.2 2.7 36

17) Myles Turner

I just watched a shit ton of Myles Turner highlights with Miles Davis playing in the background. The day of my wedding, the birth of my children, and completing a wonder in Civilization were the only times I’ve been more happy. I think Myles has a chance to crack the Top 10 next season. He’s already a defensive force, as he was third in blocks per game last year. On offense, Myles can do it all. His shot is so good because he has a high, quick release. He doesn’t jump high on it, but because he’s so tall, he doesn’t need to. He has range out to 20 feet, which makes him deadly in pick-and-pop. If he does dive or roll, he’s explosive enough to hammer it in grills. Down in the post, he has great footwork that enables him to display a bevy of moves, but it’s that high, quick release that really makes him deadly. He can face up and, either, drive past a defender or shoot it real quick. The free throw percentage was 81% last season and he’s only 20 years old!!! The one negative to his game is in the rebounding department, as he was only at 7.3 last year. I gotta imagine that with his athleticism the rebound numbers will increase. Now, I haven’t even mentioned that Paul George is no longer on the team! I gotta imagine that Myles should/will be the focal point of the offense.

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.495 .800 0.8 17.5 7.7 1.5 1.0 2.3 1.6 34

18) Kristaps Porzingis

Which nickname for Porzingis is your favorite? A) Zinger B) KP6 C) Unicorn D) Godzingis E) Porzingod. Zinger is alright. Compact but can lead my brain to other associations. I hate KP6. Lazy. But Son!! Your nickname of G for player I will not spell from now on? Well, that’s laziness from physical exertion. KP6 is mental laziness. Much thought went into the formulation of G. To derive the essense in the most efficient manner possible took much time and thought. Fine, you got me. I just hate nicknames that take the first letter from each name and slap on the jersey number. The only one that it works for is anyone with a first name that starts with P and a last name G with the #13. Unicorn is okay but makes him seem soft and cuddly. As Michael Rapaport says, he is the Lativian gangster. I like Godzingis but the winner for me is Porzingod. Since I’m a lazy f’er, I will just use PGod. Ok, enough about nicknames. PGod can do it all and, at 7′ 3″ 240 pounds, is a matchup nightmare. If only Melo would get traded already! I’d probably put PGod ahead of Myles if that was the case. As it stands, he’s just a notch below.

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.460 .810 1.9 20.5 7.4 1.6 0.8 2.1 2.0 34

19) Draymond Green

Easter Egg #3. Three down, two to go. Here are the categories that decreased for Dray last season: minutes played, field goal attempts, field goal percentage, three-point percentage, free throws made and attempted, rebounds, and points. Whew. So why do I have him at 19? He led the league in steals at 2.03 per game and he contributes in every category. For a player with a relatively low usage rate, it’s remarkable what he does for both real and fantasy teams. Also, Golden State plays at such a fast pace that there are more opportunites to accumulate stats. As I mentioned in the Curry section, I do think there’s a chance that the Warriors take it to another level this year. If so, Green will be an integral part of that.

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.445 .710 1.2 11.5 8.2 7.0 1.8 1.4 2.4 32

20) Kyrie Irving

Drew was such a tough one for me to rank. From a pure talent perspective, he’s close to, if not in, the Top 10. From a fantasy perspective, he’s Top 25 for sure but is he closer to 10 or 25? He’s one of the preeminent scorers in the game and can break down anyone off the dribble. One does not receive the nickname of Ankletaker if one is not. He contributes a little bit in rebounds, assists, and steals. Key word being little. Now, there are two concerns for me. The first is usage. He shot a career-high 19.7 shots per game, which translated into a career-high 25.2 points per game. Is that sustainable? Which brings me to my other concern. What’s his situation going to be? I can’t rank him on another team until he’s actually on that other team. But….I can’t imagine him being on the Cavaliers. So, how do I rank him? Am I to believe that everything would be hunky dory between he and Lebron? I don’t know about you, but I’ve completely phased out guys on the court before. With that said, I have to lean on the side of his usage coming down.

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.465 .890 2.2 23.5 3.1 5.9 1.3 0.3 2.6 36

21) Hassan Whiteside

Led the league in rebounds last season, was tied for eighth in field goal percentage, and fourth in blocks per game. You’re not getting any three’s or assists and the free throw percentage takes a hit. With that said, the blocks and boards are elite. There’s a reason he’s nicknamed Agent Block and Count Blockula. He was also tied for fourth, with Gobert, for the most double-doubles in the league last season.

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.575 .640 0 17.0 10.5 0.7 0.7 2.6 2.0 32

22) Paul George

PG-13 really is the perfect nickname for George. The Motion Picture Association of America has five designations for movies: G, PG, PG-13, R, and NC-17. G rated movies are intended for all ages. There’s “no sex and nudity, substance abuse, or realistic/non-cartoon violence.” On the opposite end of the spectrum, NC-17 has it all. PG-13 rated movies have a little bit of everything, but not too much of anything. That’s exactly what Paul George gives you. Ok, maybe George could be an R, as he provides a lot of nudity (i.e. points) but it’s not gratuitous. Now, PG-13 has moved to OKC from Indiana. Is there reason for concern, especially since he is now on a team with Russell Westbrook? PG-13 will get so many open looks and cheapies due to Russ breaking down defenses. Also, PG-13 will be given chances to do his thing. When Russ and KD played together, they were both given opportunites to ISO. I think the key aspects to this situation are that both players will probably be willing to accommodate each other. Russ had his FU tour last season and proved his point. I think he tones it down and defers a little bit to PG-13 because the relationship is fresh and it’s more about team this year. PG-13 seems to have a chill personality, so he’s not going to ruffle feathers or be a diva. In true PG-13 fashion, he wants a movie that the whole family can enjoy. Plus, he’s going to the Lakers next season with LeBron, so no need to expend too much energy, right? Anyways….

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.450 .885 2.9 21.0 6.6 3.2 1.6 0.3 2.7 36

23) Kyle Lowry

Like most things Canadian, Lowry is often overlooked. Can I call him KLow? No? C’mon! KLow is on the Down Low! Here’s a little side observation. Canadians are known for being super duper nice people. Hockey players are known to be some of the toughest and meanest SOBs on the planet. If most Canadians play hockey, then….“Shocking, Most People in Canada Don’t Play Hockey.”  “According to the latest research paper published by Canadian Heritage in 2013, only 4.4% of people over the age of 16 played hockey in 2010.” Stupid internet. Anyways, KLow is overshadowed by his own teammate, DeMar DeRozan, when it comes to usage rate at least. DeRoz had a 34.2% rate while KLow was at 24.9%. With that said, he plays a boat load of minutes (37.4 mpg), attempts 7.8 3’s pg, averages 22.4 ppg, and drops seven dimes pg. He even chips in 1.5 steals pg.

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.430 .815 2.8 20.5 4.7 6.7 1.5 0.3 2.9 36

24) Isaiah Thomas

I initially had IT2 waaaaaay lower. I wanted to fade him sooooooo bad. The usage was going to come down after a ridiculous 2016 season. The Celtics acquired Gordon Hayward in free agency and Jason Tatum in the draft. There was talk of hip surgery. But then I remembered people have been trying to fade him throughout his career and look where he’s at now. Then I saw this over the summer:

Then I remembered he’s a freaking star. Will he get a ton of rebounds and blocks? No. He’ll drop some dimes and get some steals, but at the end of the day, he puts the ball in the basket. And that is the easiest way to accumulate fantasy production. My initial thought to the whole Celtics situation was that the newly acquired players would be a detriment for IT2. Now, I’m beginning to think they could enhance his ability. The floor will be better spaced on offense and, on the defensive end, it will be a little easier to hide IT2 due to their versatility. I’m surprised the C’s didn’t trade him, considering that they like to accumulate assets. I don’t think there’s any way they sign him to an extension. With that said, either scenario is a good one for fantasy because they a) believe he’s a star or b) will use every last ounce of his ability before letting him go.

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.445 .880 2.8 25.0 2.7 5.6 0.9 0.1 2.6 34

25) Paul Millsap

The final player in my Top 10 was Jokic. It’s only fitting that the last player in my Top 25 is Sap. As you can see, I’m super high on the Nuggets this year. The combo of Jokic and Sap could be a beautiful one. They both can shoot from outside and pass like guards. Sap was 0.1 short on blocks to be the sixth player of the 1/1/1 club last year. I think he gets there this season. The pace that the Nuggets play at just affords more opportunites to accumulate stats.

Slim’s projection:

FG% FT% 3P PTS TRB AST STL BLK TOV MP
.470 .760 1.1 17.5 8.0 3.2 1.3 1.0 2.2 32
  1. JG says:
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    I don’t watch a lot of UTA games but I am somewhat confused as to why Gobert should have better stats w/o Hayward. Granted, I’ve only watched like 3-5 UTA games last season but based on what I saw, I don’t think Gobert is the type of big man that can create his own shot. No Boris Diaw, no Hayward. Sure, they can run the PnR with Rubio but defenses will absolutely stick with Gobert and will likely test Rubio’s shot (I have a man crush on Rubio but I’d do the same thing). Don’t think Rubio can penetrate the way George Hill can either. Opposing defenses will have an easier time focusing on Gobert w/o Hayward…one would think.

    The one caveat here is if Hood finally gets over those injuries and play to his potential. Then opposing defenses will have to pick and choose.

    Then again, non ft punt quality bigs are a luxury in the early rounds so can understand that factoring into the high ranks.

    11-25 rankings, or at least the 17-25 more about who you got in the 1st rd.

    Only thing I thought was seeing Conley in there maybe ahead of Lowry or IT.

    Great stuff! Gosh, season starts about a week earlier but seems so far away. LOL

    • Viz

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      @JG: He definitely can’t create his own shot but fewer players in the league have a bigger offensive impact than Gobert. I know that sounds crazy, but as a Jazz fan watching all the time, his rim rolling is outstanding. There’s a reason why he was the #10 player in the entire NBA in offensive win shares. I don’t think Hayward leaving drastically changes his FGA but here is his past 3 seasons: 5.2, 5.8, 7.7. The attempts were already going up and I think we see a marginal uptick again. The thing is, if he gets to 9 attempts a game, we’re talking 1 extra PPG since he can shoot 70% from the field. When I get Son back on the podcast, we will talk about his rankings, but I would love to pair Gobert and Wall at the turn.

      • Son

        Son says:
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        @Viz: Viz is always dropping knowledge. Nobody Beats the Viz!

        • JG says:
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          @Son @Viz: Thanks for the insight! Makes sense. @Son agree on the assessment. I think Ingles will play a big role on setting some back picks or playing that point forward. He might replace Diaw to some extent as a facilitator.

          As for Conley, I’m torn. I’m a believer that w/o Zbo, pace should pick up. Maybe I was just mesmorized by his final 40 games especially the final 25 games where he put up these numbers:

          23/3.3/6.2/1.3/0.2 on .493fg .851ft with 2.7 3s a game on 34mpg (.476 for final 40 games and .460 for whole season). Them fighting line!

          Btw, don’t see IT’s projections.

          • Son

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            @JG: I’m curious to see where I end up putting Conley and what I write about him. Can’t wait! Ha!

            Damn, I forgot to put ITs projections in. My bad. Will take care of that later to day.

          • Viz

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            @JG: No problem! The Jazz have a ton of playmakers so I’m not too worried about Gobert getting his baskets. I guess the only thing I could see is his rebound numbers going slightly down if Favors can stay healthy but he’s a lock for 11+. It seems like more this year than in the past, you have some different options in the second round. Bigs, wings, even a ton of point guards. I like it.

    • Son

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      @JG: Good point and it’s a legitimate concern. What gives me optimism, though, is that the Jazz have shooters all over the place now and their motion offense will provide plenty of seams and opportunities for cheapies. It could be from off-ball screens to dribble hand offs. Or in PnR with Rubio and Gobert, if defenses collapse on Gobert, Rubio doesn’t have to necessarily shoot, but that gives him room to penetrate and break the D down further. Also movement allows Gobert to get in advantageous post position. For example, I’ve seen plays where Gobert comes up for the high screen, the rolls to screen for a shooter on the wing, then rolls to the basket for either a dunk/lob or a post entry pass because he has the defender on his back. Rubio is a good penetrator and distributer and I think Gobert is going to be heavily involved in most plays. With that said, your perspective has a ton of merit and we haven’t seen how the Jazz will look yet, so if that knocks him down for you, I don’t hate on that. Just remember, Gobert is ELITE in three categories.

      I like Conley alot too. I’m probably higher on him that most, but I don’t think I could put him in the 25. I really wanted to drop IT but I just couldn’t.

      Thanks JG! Yeah, so close yet so far away.

  2. Jackson says:
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    I’m in one 10 team keeper league that I pick at the turn and I’m not sure what’s he best route to go. Gobert, Jokic and Turner are all off the board as keepers. What pairing do you think works best with these guys unavailable

    • Son

      Son says:
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      @Jackson: Cuz and Wall St, no?

  3. Edge says:
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    nice work and great stuff as always…..

    I am also very interested to see where CJ McCollum ranks

    He has high fg for a guard, great FT % with guaranteed 3s and 20+ points and some other stats here and there
    Plays efficient ball

    I definitely have him in my top 25

    • Son

      Son says:
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      @Edge: Much appreciated Edge!

      I like CJ too, especially since he handles the ball and runs PnR more than most 2’s. With that said, he wasn’t able to crack my 25. Very close though. I don’t have a problem with you putting him in your 25.

  4. Shahed says:
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    Yo Son, I just did a draft on ESPN, I couldn’t help myself.
    I went in blind, what do you think:
    10 team, 8 Cat ROTO, PG, SG, SF, PF, C, G, F, 3 UTIL, 3 BEN
    I had pick 10

    10-11, Jokic PF, Boogie C
    30-31, Myles Turner F, Dragic PG
    50-51, Fultz PG, Horford C
    70-71, Bradley SG, James Johnson SF
    90-91, Gary Harris SG, Willy H C
    110-111, TJ Warren SF, Jamal Murray SG
    130 Brogdon SG

    Obviously I will do another draft closer to the new season, but wanted to see how things might go.

    • Son

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      @Shahed: Holy Shahed!!!! I love the Jokic, Boogie, Myles triumvirate. With Harris and Murray. Mmmmmm, you know I’m high on Denver. Anyways, I love that team. Can’t believe Myles was there in the 3rd. Locking down big men then filling in seems like I very good route to go

      • Shahed says:
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        @Son: Yeah, I went for the bigs early, everyone else was going for Guards, to be honest the guys aren’t great drafters, KD went 7th.
        There were some suprises for me, DeRozan went 25th, Otto Porter 43rd, Wiggins 57th.
        I wasn’t sure if I went to early for Fultz, Ball was available, D’Lo and Jrue too.
        I always do a draft way early, like months in advance, and then another draft closer to the season to see how much things changed. I did the same thing last season and got Kawhi 2nd round.

        • Son

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          @Shahed: It’s always good to send in the scouts to get a lay of the land. I like Ball over Fultz. I think I’m a Wiggins hater this year

  5. Chris says:
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    I’m in a 9 cat h2h keeper league where we get to keep 2 players from our current team. I’ve already decided that I will be keeping Westbrook and Lowry. I have the number 1 pick next year as well.

    Based on the other players being kept, I think it comes down to either Isaiah Thomas, Damian Lillard, Myles Turner, or Kristaps Porzingis. Currently I am leaning towards Turner since I already have 2 PGs as keepers and there is a big drop off in bigs after the top tier guys. Although, if Melo gets traded I would probably have to go with Kristaps.

    But at the same time, having a combo of Westbrook, Lowry, and Lillard would be tempting to win points, assists, 3ptm right there, but also leaves me pretty thin on bigs with 3 guards to start the draft.

    What option would you go with?

    • Son

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      @Chris: Gotta go with the bigs. I’d keep Turner. I wouldn’t hate on you if you went PGod though. They are very close. That #1 pick next year is going to be so juicy.

      • Chris says:
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        @Son:

        Thanks!

        Ya having the number 1 pick this coming year allows me to have my pick of the remaining players available. Turner is probably that guy to pick. I was just worried about missing out on not drafting the best player available by not taking Lillard. But as you said in the article, Turner might even end up surpassing Lillard next year with no PG-13 in town.

        • Son

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          @Chris: Naw, no need to worry. Guard is deep. Big men are scarce

  6. JG says:
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    What’s your over under line in games played for Embiid to crack top 25?

    • Son

      Son says:
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      @JG: 60 games

      • JG says:
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        @Son: Thanks. With less b2bs this year and scarcity of bigs in non punt FT beyond the top 35, I think will take a chance if he falls to the middle 4th or later. Upside is just too tantalizing. Maybe handcuff him wih Holmes as a last pick.

        • Son

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          @JG: Yeah, I think many will be thinking the same thing. My gut, which is huge by the way, has a feeling he goes in the 3rd. We shall see.

          • JG says:
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            @Son: I agree (on others’ thinking, not the size of your gut). In a punt TO team, which I am all for (and also why I don’t value Porter/Warren as much as others), if he plays 60 games, just on a per game basis can see him high 2nd value, if not better.

            • Son

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              @JG: You haven’t seen the size of my gut! Yeah, I agree with what you say.

              • JG says:
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                @Son: Profile pic or it isn’t the case…LOL..j/k

                • Son

                  Son says:
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                  @JG: Ha! Would be too many pixels for the internet to handle

  7. Lasandro says:
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    May wanna give the kiddies a titty warning for the music vid. My fav snoop song.

    • Son

      Son says:
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      @Lasandro: Ha! It wasn’t gratuitous. Tastefully done. Yes, one of my favs as well

  8. Edge says:
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    Looking forward to the next batch of 26 to 50 rankings

    Cheers

    • Son

      Son says:
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      @Edge: Pretty much done. Will release tomorrow morning

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