The Player Rater is a tool to evaluate the performance of a player using a single number. This is not a perfect tool and will not guarantee victory in fantasy, but is useful to help improve and evaluate your team.

In each category of scoring, a number is calculated to represent the average total in that category. If a player has the average, his rating in that category is 0.00. The numbers represent how much a player is above or below the average.

If the rating is positive, that player is an above-average fantasy player in that category. If the rating is negative that player is below-average. The sum of all ratings in each category gives us a number (the PR), and then we rank the players accordingly.

I have not included turnovers, as the evaluation in PR is very controversial in my opinion, so if you’re in a league with turnovers, you must keep in mind this.

If you have any question let me know.

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Week 6


  Name Team PR
1 Russell Westbrook OKC 16.73
2 Kyrie Irving BOS 13.97
3 Damian Lillard POR 13.67
4 Kyle Lowry TOR 12.65
5 Stephen Curry GS 10.14
6 Goran Dragic MIA 7.41
7 Jrue Holiday NOR 7.28
8 Lou Williams LAC 7.04
9 T.J. McConnell PHI 6.74
10 Dennis Schroder ATL 6.71



  Name Team PR
1 Courtney Lee NY 11.08
2 Tim Hardaway Jr. NY 10.69
3 Jeremy Lamb CHA 10.05
4 Klay Thompson GS 7.66
5 CJ McCollum POR 6.69
6 JJ Redick PHI 6.54
7 Marco Belinelli ATL 6.26
8 Bradley Beal WSH 5.86
9 Denzel Valentine CHI 5.54
10 Wayne Ellington MIA 5.50



  Name Team PR
1 Paul George OKC 14.91
2 LeBron James CLE 11.90
3 Aaron Gordon ORL 7.94
4 Otto Porter Jr. WSH 6.80
5 Wesley Johnson LAC 6.61
6 Carmelo Anthony OKC 6.47
7 Jayson Tatum BOS 6.46
8 Thaddeus Young IND 5.73
9 Tyreke Evans MEM 4.99
10 Khris Middleton MIL 4.93



  Name Team PR
1 Anthony Davis NOR 13.85
2 Kristaps Porzingis NY 9.07
3 Kyle Anderson SA 7.24
4 Blake Griffin LAC 7.14
5 John Collins ATL 7.06
6 Dirk Nowitzki DAL 6.57
7 Taj Gibson MIN 6.44
8 Zach Randolph SAC 6.37
9 JaMychal Green MEM 4.59
10 Noah Vonleh POR 4.33



  Name Team PR
1 DeMarcus Cousins NOR 11.68
2 Karl-Anthony Towns MIN 9.95
3 Marc Gasol MEM 9.36
4 Al Horford BOS 8.90
5 Nikola Vucevic ORL 8.36
6 Nikola Jokic DEN 8.13
7 Dwight Howard CHA 7.89
8 Dewayne Dedmon ATL 5.18
9 DeAndre Jordan LAC 4.73
10 Joel Embiid PHI 4.67
  1. Des87 says:

    ROS proyection order for Gordon, Fournier and Evans. Thank you

    • @Des87: Hi; 1- Gordon; 2- Fournier; 3- Evans

  2. Arief says:

    Hello Tony,

    Need advice my team : giannis,cp3,marc & pau gasol,jrue,ariza,randle,c.lee,dmitch,nance jr,marvin

    Would you trade those guys for FA ?? H2H 9cat

    FA: lavine,teodosic,w.chandler,valentine,oubre,danny green,barea

    Thanks tony

    • @Arief: I think Lavine will be a top-60 player when he returns, it’s interesting add him now, maybe for Nance Jr.

  3. Will says:

    Hi Tony,

    Which side would you take in this trade: Dmitch Ingles Carroll or Middleton Ryno? 14-team h2h 9-cat league so FA pool is pretty thin.


    • @Will: The key players on this trade are Ingles and Middleton. Ryno and Carrol are pretty similar and Mitchell is one of the best NBA rookies in his class. Joe Ingles is one of the most undervalued players in fantasy, so far a top-50 player with an elite 3pts with good numbers in steals and assists. But I prefer the side of Middleton. He may have a tough time with the Bledsoe adaptation, but he can be able to be a top-30 player in a few weeks.

  4. Katsuyuki says:

    Hi Tony,

    ROS, Ibaka or Collins?

    • @Katsuyuki:Hello. I think Ibaka. Collins is a top-80 fantasy player this season (when is healthy), but Ibaka is still an elite blocker and good in 3pts with good FG and FT for a PF/C, he is a top-60.

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