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If you missed previous editions, here you go:

Before I begin…

THESE RANKINGS MUST BE UTILIZED IN THE CONTEXT OF YOUR LEAGUE SETTINGS, TEAM ROSTER CONSTRUCTION, AVERAGE DRAFT POSITION, AND PERSONAL PHILOSOPHIES.

I shouldn’t even name them rankings, as they are simply projections, but the people want rankings so here they are. As for my process, I went to each team and tried to figure out their rotations with minutes distributions as best I could. Then I went to each player and projected the per minute stats for each player. So, yes, there is subjectivity in the process. I’m also still refining my process and trying to get better with each iteration. With all the players in the overall pool, I then took the z-score for each category and added up those numbers to produce an overall value number. For free throw and field goal percentage, I weighted them for volume.

So, where a player lands in the rankings doesn’t mean that I would draft said player there. It simply gives a macro view of a player’s overall value.

 

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(Projections are for 9-cat leagues)

101) Duncan Robinson (G/F – Miami Heat) – Threeeeee-cola. Duncan is a tres specialist, and one of the best out there. He was tied for third with 270 makes and fourth in efficiency at 44.6%. The three-point percentage is even more impressive when the 606 attempts are factored in. Out of the top five, JJ Redick was the closest to matching Duncan’s prowess with 45.3% on 397 attempts. Unfortunately, he doesn’t provide much else.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
11.7 2.96 1.28 .44 .28 .89 3.36 45% 77%

102) Jerami Grant (F – Detroit Pistons) – Grant willingly went to Detroit…for the same amount of money that Denver offered him!! I should drop him out of the top 500 on that fact alone. Is there a doctor in the house? Grant is going to see a spike in usage and playing time. As a result, he could be a 1/1/1 player and will provide some points, tres, and boards. The efficiency will more than likely fall, though, as he takes on more offensive responsibility.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
12.4 4.2 1.12 .7 1.03 .92 1.4 47% 73%

103) Bogdan Bogdanovic (G/F – Atlanta Hawks) – Who let the Bog out? Woof woof woofwoof. Who let the Bog out? Good job Sacramento. Bog is a solid player who will provide some points, tres, and steals. The triple serving of boards and dimes is icing on the cake. The free throw shooting is above average, but the field goal shooting can be rough. Don’t expect any blocks either. Now, there’s uncertainty as to what role he will be playing in Atlanta, but he should get minutes regardless and is entering one of the fantasy friendly environments out there.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
12.04 3.27 3.27 .98 .19 1.59 2.3 44% 76%

104) Zion Williamson (F – New Orleans Pelicans) – They trudged for 40 days and 40 nights, using the bright star in the sky as a guide. The mass of believers were starving….for dunks, blocks, and a bevy of ferociousness. When they reached Zion, a state of hysteria engulfed the group. “I was told that we were getting the next LeBron” said the man with one eye. “See, what had happened was….” mumbled the woman carrying a child. Zion was not the Promised Land that many had foretold. While injury cut his rookie season short, even when he was playing, top 200 production was offered. The tres were lacking, the free throw shooting was poor, and the defensive stats were nonexistent. There will be plenty of points, boards, and the field goal percentage will be heavenly, but Zion is a flawed fantasy player…for now.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
26.05 7.2 2.4 .96 .64 2.88 .16 55% 65%

105) Seth Curry (G – Philadelphia 76ers) – Will see an increase in minutes being the starting shooting guard for the 76ers. Playing alongside Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid, and Tobias Harris should lead to plenty of open looks for the sharpshooter. Curry shot an amazing 45.2% from downtown on 321 attempts last season, good for third in the entire league. He is strictly a tres specialist though.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
13.78 2.6 2.15 .7 .11 1.12 2.58 47% 78%

106) P.J. Tucker (F/C – Houston Rockets) – Change is sometimes good. When it comes to underwear, definitely good. Trays at the buffet? Also good. Losing a job unexpectedly? Not good change. The Houston Rockets changed their general manager, coach, and point guard. More change could be in the works as well. There’s a lot of uncertainty regarding Tucker’s situation. What we do know is that he will be a low usage player, so points won’t be voluminous, but he will contribute tres, boards, and some defensive stats. The field goal percentage will be bad, but the volume is low.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
7.07 6.46 1.49 1.08 .47 .98 1.67 44% 74%

107) Mikal Bridges (G/F – Phoenix Suns) – Bridges is a 3-and-D who will provide excellent percentages with low turnovers. Sounds like Otto Porter from a few years ago. I have him down for 28 minutes, but if he gets above 30, then he’s obviously too low here.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
8.48 3.64 1.68 1.54 .56 .98 .92 47% 78%

108) Bojan Bogdanovic (G/F – Utah Jazz) – Bojan is a solid player who will contribute a healthy amount of points and tres. He will also fall into some boards as well. Don’t expect much in the way of defensive stats, but he does shoot a very high percentage from the line.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
19.14 4.05 2.07 .49 .09 2.47 2.87 46% 81%

109) Donte DiVincenzo (G – Milwaukee Bucks) – Double-D won’t produce eye-popping, mouth watering, I-have-to-go-to-the-bathroom type stats, but he should see a significant uptick in minutes and could be a nice source of steals with some tres and boards.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
7.9 5.46 2.34 1.45 .33 1.56 1.46 45% 73%

110) Lou Williams (G – Los Angeles Clippers) – At this stage of the game, it’s sweet to be getting points and dimes. Unfortunately, Sweet Lou has characteristics that make you frown and cringe like when you bite a Lemonhead. The shooting efficiency is poor and the defensive stats are lacking.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
17.86 2.8 4.48 .84 .19 2.52 1.76 43% 82%

111) Jarrett Allen (F/C – Brooklyn Nets) – Will Steve Nash go to Jarrett? Not if Kyrie and KD have anything to say about it. I currently have the center minutes split right down the middle between Allen and DeAndre Jordan, which neuters the upside for both. It’s a shame, too, because the environment is going to be so juicy. Allen will provide excellent field goal percentage, boards, and blocks. The free throw shooting isn’t great, though.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
9.55 8.88 1.2 .48 1.2 .96 0 52% 69%

112) Collin Sexton (G – Cleveland Cavaliers) – I thought Sexton was going to be a brick laying, hucker and chucker, as he shot 43% from the field his rookie season. To his credit, he improved to 47% last season with increased usage. Not bad at all. You’re primarily getting points but the dimes are under 4 per game. Shoot first. Shoot second. Shoot third. The turnovers are low, though, and the free throw percentage is very good. Sexton also provides a little in the tres and steals department. Just don’t expect any blocks.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
20.16 2.97 3.3 .99 .09 2.37 1.52 46% 80%

113) LaMelo Ball (G – Charlotte Hornets) – BBB baby! Literally, as we finally get the baby from LaVar’s loins. Being from Los Angeles, I was inundated with highlights from his Chino Hills days. Side note: Onyeka Okongwu always jumped out in those highlights. Anyways, LaMelo always looked to be the best Ball, as his handle package and J were the best among his brothers. Like Lonzo, LaMelo has excellent court vision and passing acumen, which will produce plenty of dimes and highlight plays. He’s also a very good defender. Now, the percentages are going to be rough and the turnovers could be high, but LaMelo should get plenty of run and will provide those precious dimes.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
12 5.76 6.4 .96 .09 2.88 1.6 43% 72%

114) Ivica Zubac (C – Los Angeles Clippers) – I always liked Zubac when he was a Laker. And they released him for nothing! And he ended up with the Clippers! Woo sah. Woo sah. Thanks, Magic! We got Anthony Davis so it’s all good. Whew. Anyways, Zubac is an excellent source of field goal percentage and boards. He also chips in some blocks and shoots decently from the line. If the Clippers didn’t sign Serge Ibaka, then a breakout could’ve been in store. Alas, he probably won’t get over 24 minutes of run. Good, but not great. Tony the Tiger would be disappointed.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
10.58 8.64 1.2 .26 1.2 1.08 0 51% 74%

115) Josh Richardson (G/F – Dallas Mavericks) – My RichardSON!!! Oh, how the mighty have fallen. I’m old enough to remember when I would mental masturbate over his top 50 potential. He ended up as the 53rd and 67th player in 2017 and 2018. Seems like a lifetime ago. Now in Dallas, he will primarily be a spot up shooter and a defensive maven. There’s a chance he becomes a member of the 1/1/1 club if things break right. The big bugaboo has been the shooting efficiency, as he shot 43% and 41% from the field that past two seasons. Maybe playing alongside Luka can help. We shall see.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
12.64 3.32 3.04 .96 .7 1.92 1.6 44% 77%

116) Norman Powell (G/F – Toronto Raptors) – Y’all know I love Toronto players because Nick Nurse runs a tight rotation and plays his guys a ton of minutes. While Powell won’t start, he should soak up all the backup point and shooting guard minutes. Points, tres, steals, and excellent percentages are what Powell provides.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
12.4 3.64 1.4 1.17 .39 1.45 1.6 47% 78%

117) Patrick Beverley (G – Los Angeles Clippers) – Beverley is the player you hate when he’s on the opposition, but love if he’s part of your squad. As a Lakers fan, I hate him, but I do respect his tenacity. For fantasy, he’s not great. The percentages suck and the points are non-existent, but he will provide some tres, boards, dimes, and some defensive stats. Nothing to write home about, though.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
7.28 4.98 3.36 1.12 .5 1.4 1.54 44% 73%

118) Alec Burks (G/F – New York Knicks) – How is Thibs going to distribute the minutes? There are a ton of options in the backcourt, but Burks does look relatively safe for a significant role. He’s proven that he can get buckets in the past and should provide points and tres with some boards. The free throw percentage is very good but the field goal percentage is a major negative. Plus, you’re not getting much in the defensive cats.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
14 4 2.72 .82 .27 1.3 1.63 44% 80%

119) Nerlens Noel (F/C – New York Knicks) – I currently have the center minutes distributed with Mitchell Robinson getting 28 minutes and Noel receiving 20. That’s a huge reason why Robinson is so high in my projections, while Noel is here. With all the chatter about Thibs loving Noel and souring on Robinson, there’s a chance the split becomes 24/24 or that Noel surpasses Robinson. I’ll believe it when I see it, though, so I’m not going to adjust anything yet, but I’m aware of the possibility. With that said, Noel is an excellent source of blocks and field goal percentage. He also shoots decently from the line and will grab boards. He’s going to have a role in New York. It’s just a matter of how extensive it will be.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
6.88 5.2 .96 1.08 1.6 1.2 0 51% 72%

120) Marvin Bagley (F/C – Sacramento Kings) – I remember watching him dominate grown men at The Drew before his rookie season and thinking, “This boy good. He gonna be a star.” Unfortunately, injuries have derailed the start to his career, but more than that, his limitations were exposed. Hopefully, he’s developed his game because he has all the physical talent in the world. Points boards, and blocks are what he contributes.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
13.58 8.96 1.12 .56 .98 1.65 .5 48% 73%

121) Eric Gordon (G/F – Houston Rockets) – Gordon is mainly a tres specialist but he does have the ability to drive to the bucket and pop thirty on any given night. The shooting efficiency can be horrific, though. Much of his season will depend on if he gets traded or if Harden gets traded.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
14.56 2.24 2.01 .6 .41 1.5 2.88 43% 76%

122) DeMarcus Cousins (F/C – Houston Rockets) – Is it time to Boogie down in Houston? When healthy, Cousins was a top 10-15 player, as he was a consistent member of the 1/1/1 club while dub-dubbing and dishing out dimes. What wasn’t there to like? Maybe the percentages, especially for a big man, but at least the free throw was above average. Now, he’s 30 years old and returning from a torn Achilles, torn quadriceps muscle, and torn ACL. The Holy Trinity. Geez. I doubt he gets significant run, but low 20’s seems viable. He should be able to 1/1/1 while grabbing boards and dishing out dimes.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
7.9 6.38 2.8 1 1.16 1.8 .8 47% 73%

123) Darius Bazley (F – Oklahoma City Thunder) – The depth chart is wide open for Bazley now, so he’s in line for a ton of minutes. During the Bubble last season, he displayed shooting acumen from downtown and the ability to take it strong to the hole and cram it. The shooting percentages are going to be rough, but he will provide plenty of points, tres, boards, blocks, and a smattering of steals.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
10.44 6.04 1 .58 .58 1.03 1.2 43% 72%

124) Tyler Herro (G/F – Miami Heat) – And then a Herro came along. With the strength to carry on. Herro was awesome in the Bubble, which makes sense because have you seen his girlfriend? Herro will provide the points and tres, but he’s not just a spot up shooter, as he will provide some dimes as well. Unfortunately, he’s a zero in the defensive departments.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
13.36 4.2 2.24 .61 .19 1.68 2.24 44% 79%

125) Juan Hernangomez (F – Minnesota Timberwolves) – Hernangomez has center eligibility on Yahoo. Yaaahhhooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!! He should start and get plenty of run. Unfortunately, he doesn’t provide much outside of some tres and boards.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
9.94 6.72 1.12 .98 .28 .95 1.6 45% 68%

126) J. J. Redick (G – New Orleans Pelicans) – A three-point specialist who will also provide a Redick 89% from the free throw line. Threeeeeee-cola.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
14.42 2.24 2.12 .36 .11 1.17 2.72 45% 82%

127) Joe Ingles (G/F – Utah Jazz) – Over the past three seasons, Ingles had played 31.4, 31.3, and 29.7 minutes per game. The decrease in minutes coincided with the addition of Bojan Bogdanovic and I have Ingles down for 28 this season. Ingles is an unexciting player who won’t provide many points or defensive stats. What he does contribute are some tres and dimes.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
8.12 3.64 4.9 .84 .16 1.87 1.82 45% 73%

128) Blake Griffin (F/C – Detroit Pistons) – Ricky Lake Griffin returns for another season of no blocks, hence the forfeiture of the B. Always crazy to me that guys like Griffin, Aaron Gordon, and Larry Nance don’t have higher block numbers. Anyways, when healthy. Griffin is a trip-dub threat with the ability to shoot from downtown. When healthy being the key phrase. He would be a tremendous value if he can stay healthy and play. I’m not sure if I’m ready to fall for the bananna in the tailpipe, but at least the draft cost is reasonable.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
18.45 5.4 4.44 .51 .33 2.58 1.8 44% 75%

129) Harrison Barnes (F – Sacramento Kings) – Mehrrison Barnes returns for his 10th season in the NBA. 10. Impressive, but he’s still Mehrrison. IDK. You’re getting no defensive stats with a mehttering of points, tres, boards, and dimes. The free throw percentage is an above mehverage 80%, so that’s cool.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
13.74 4.82 2.14 .57 .17 1.19 1.46 46% 78%

130) Josh Hart (G/F – New Orleans Pelicans) – I still have Hart projected for 26 mpg, but I am aware that number could be much lower. It all comes down to how much he plays at small forward. Hart is a low usage player who will provide tres, boards, and some steals. The shooting efficiency is poor at around 41-42%.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
8.58 5.2 1.5 .98 .44 .91 1.56 44% 73%

131) DeAndre Jordan (C – Brooklyn Nets) – This DJ won’t be bringing the hits like it’s 2013, as he will likely be splitting the center minutes with Jarrett Allen right down the middle. Boards, blocks, and excellent field goal percentage will be provided. Aaaaaand, he’s remarkably increased his free throw percentage from the 40% range to high 60s to low 70s. Sounds like the weather report in Southern Cali.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
8.26 10.92 1.68 .31 .96 1.44 0 53% 67%

132) Markelle Fultz (G – Orlando Magic) – With how bad his shot and confidence were in Philly, it truly is Magic that Orlando was able to resuscitate the former overall number one pick. That whole situation still boggles the mind. Anyways, points, dimes, some boards, and steals should be provided, which is nice this late in the game. Don’t expect many tres or blocks, though. The percentages are decent.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
11.76 3.08 5.15 1.31 .19 2.01 .56 47% 74%

133) Aron Baynes (C – Toronto Raptors) – I’ve been leaving most of my drafts with Baynes. He will likely start in Toronto and I have him down for 28 mpg. Baynes is a good rebounder and can stretch defenses with his ability to convert from downtown. He’s physically imposing, as opposed to rail thin Chris Boucher, and he’s an excellent screener, which should give most of the center run to him. He popped off for some huge across-the-board production games with Phoenix last season. There could plenty of those this year. The bugaboos are low defensive numbers.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
12.4 7 1.96 .25 .61 1.51 1.43 47% 74%

134) Danny Green (G/F – Philadelphia 76ers) – Should start and be the 3-and-D specialist he’s been over the years. He doesn’t provide much outside of tres and steals, and the efficiency can be brutal at times. This Green is not always cash money.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
7.9 3.16 1.2 1.2 .48 .86 1.73 44% 74%

135) R. J. Barrett (G/F – New York Knicks) – Barrett was outside the top 300 last season! While playing 30.4 mpg. Truly impressive. The percentages are frightful and he doesn’t get his Mutombo on. In addition, the dimes are low for someone with a 25 usage rate. Now that I’m going through everything, I may have him 100 spots too high! He’s going to play a ton of minutes, so the counting stats should be there. The efficiency is what really kills his value.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
17.41 5.57 3.06 1.08 .3 2.55 1.29 43% 66%

136) Serge Ibaka (F/C – Los Angeles Clippers) – Iblocka!!! Oh how I miss those days. Last season was the first time under 1 block per game. That makes me sad. But Ibaka is not sad because he’s reunited with his boy Kawhi. What it do, baby. What it do. Ibaka should split the center minutes with Ibaka and maybe play some power forward as well. He can stretch the floor, board, and provide good field goal percentage.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
13.68 7.2 1.22 .43 .72 1.77 1.08 49% 75%

137) Gary Harris (G/F – Denver Nuggets) – Remember when Harris was a top 40 player? Yeah, me neither. But he was, back in 2017. He shot 48% from the field, scored 17.5 ppg, drained 2.3 tres, and contributed 1.8 spg. Damn. Those days are long gone, as injuries have sapped him. Now, he’s a low-40% shooter and will contribute some tres and steals. Not much else.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
11.04 2.56 2.56 1.28 .25 1.28 1.44 46% 76%

138) Derrick Rose (G – Detroit Pistons) – All signs point to Killian Hayes being the starter in Detroit, but that should be ok for Rose. He wasn’t going to get a full complement of run anyways, and going against second units may be the best thing for him. He could get traded during the season, but the situation could be similar in that he is the microwave off the bench. Rose will provide points and dimes with excellent percentages. Don’t expect much of anything else. This Rose bloomed many years ago, but still has some petals to admire.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
17.65 2.34 5.2 .78 .26 2.34 .88 47% 81%

139) Royce O’Neale (F – Utah Jazz) – O’Neale will start and play a ton of minutes, but is a super low usage player. Don’t expect points, but he will drain some tres, grab some boards, and dish out a few dimes. He will also contribute a little something something in the defensive cats, but nothing over 1 per game.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
6.09 5.29 2.4 .75 .47 .86 1.2 45% 74%

140) Jordan Clarkson (G – Utah Jazz) – Turn the dial. Set the timer. Then watch the microwave get to work. Jordan can score. Is there one that can’t? He will provide points and tres, but nothing else. The field goal percentage is decent while the free throw shooting is excellent.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
14.86 2.71 1.53 .67 .19 1.34 2.11 45% 76%

141) Goran Dragic (G – Miami Heat) – The Dragon likely won’t start, but he should still get some good run each game. Points, tres, and dimes should be plentiful with not much else. The field goal percentage is an issue, but the turnovers are low and the free throw shooting is good. He garners a usage rate in the mid 20s.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
13.86 3.05 4.98 .7 .16 2.24 1.76 44% 75%

142) Jakob Poeltl (C – San Antonio Spurs) – He won’t play many minutes (he’s never averaged more than 18 mpg), but when he’s on the court, Poeltl is a boarding and blocking machine. He also provides excellent field goal percentage, albeit on low volume. The free throw shooting is atrocious, but he doesn’t get to the line that often, so the impact is mitagated somewhat.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
5.71 5.79 1.8 .59 1.42 .81 0 51% 66%

143) JaMychal Green (F/C – Denver Nuggets) – I have Green projected for 24 mpg, as he will likely play power forward and maybe some center? We shall see. Green will grab some boards and knock down some tres. Don’t expect much of anything else.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
9.26 6.72 .91 .79 .55 1.46 1.2 47% 76%

144) Taurean Prince (F – Brooklyn Nets) – Prince will drain tres and grab boards. That’s about it. The field goal percentage is a big issue as well. He shot 37% from the field last season. Now, I have him down for 26 mpg, but there’s a good chance that gets cut dramatically. We shall see. If that happens, then he plummets down.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
10.27 5.2 1.82 .83 .36 1.82 1.95 43% 76%

145) Richaun Holmes (F/C – Sacramento Kings) – Orale, Holmes! Richaun was set up for a monster season, but then the Kings went and signed Hassan Whiteside and Frank Kaminsky. I have him down for 22 mpg. When he plays, he provides boards, blocks, steals, and excellent percentages. I just don’t know how the playing time will be distributed. What a shituation.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
9.02 6.6 .77 .68 1.01 1.01 0 53% 73%

146) Luke Kennard (G/F – Los Angeles Clippers) – Never forget that Kennard was drafted ahead of Donovan Mitchell and Bam Adebayo!!! Crazy. Anyways, Kennard was dealing with injuries but it sounds like he’s good to go now. He can shoot the tres and playmake some. Don’t expect any defensive stats, but tres and dimes could be in the offering.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
12.42 3.2 2.56 .38 .19 1.44 2.43 45% 76%

147) Mohamed Bamba (C – Orlando Magic) – Bamba is still dealing with Covid-related complications, so that could affect his playing time. I have him projected for only 16 mpg, but he will grab boards, shoot tres, and get his block on when he’s on the court. He also bulked up, so he may be able to better handle the physical rigors.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
5.49 5.52 .8 .44 1.56 .8 .64 46% 72%

148) Jae Crowder (F – Phoenix Suns) – The shooting efficiency is rough (40%), but Crowder is a good 3-and-D option. Playing in Phoenix alongside CP3, Booker, and Ayton could provide plenty of open looks, possibly increasing the efficiency? He did shoot 46% in 2016.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
7.52 3.8 1.3 .86 .28 .64 1.68 45% 74%

149) Devonte’ Graham (G – Charlotte Hornets) – Graham cracker shot 38% from the field last season. Yuck, but he provided plenty of points, tres, dimes, and even got some steals. The free throw shooting was excellent, though. With LaMelo in town, the minutes will likely be pared down. I have him at 26 mpg.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
12.87 2.34 3.12 .78 .13 2.08 2.47 41% 77%

150) Terry Rozier (G – Charlotte Hornets) – Rozier shot 42% last year, a career high! Prior to that, he converted 38%, 39%, and 36% of his attempts. The Hornets definitely have a type. As with Graham, the insertion of Ball into the lineup is going to take minutes away. I have Rozier at 22 mpg. He can provide some points, tres, and a handful of dimes, but that’s about it. Have fun dealing with the field goal tank.

PTS REB AST STL BLK TOV 3PT FG FT
11.57 2.86 2.64 .66 .11 1.32 1.74 44% 79%
  1. Cohen says:
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    SON, draft strategy question
    9 man 8 cat league
    Looking to pair up Davis/Leonard and then take two PGs in rds 3/4. Hoping to grab Nurkic rd 5 -41 st pick. With that composite which two guards do u like between Paul/Lowry/Gil-Alex/Russell?

    • Son

      Son says:
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      I’m not sure Nurkic is there for you in rd 5. He could be, but I wouldn’t bank on it. With that said, Shai and Lowry out of those guards

      • Cohen says:
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        You are probably right. Im usually banking on the guys in my league following espn rankings which have Nurkic much lower. I think i will hope hes around for rd 4 pick 32. Thank you

        • Son

          Son says:
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          Gotcha. You know your league better than I do. Good luck!

  2. Andy says:
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    You don’t happen to have an Excel sheet with your top 150, do you? Doesn’t need to have comments, just the listing.

    Thank you!!

    • Son

      Son says:
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      Go to the Rankings tab in the site. Everything is there

  3. Ricky says:
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    Hi Son,

    My team :
    – FVV, fournier, joe harris, ingles
    – Tobias, clarke, PJW
    – AD, vucevic, porzingis, horford

    h2h, 14 teams, 9cat

    Strength & Weakness of my team ?? any recommendation for improvement ??

    Thanks Son

    • Son

      Son says:
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      Weak in streals and fg%. Strong in blocks and tres.

      Could improve in dimes.

      • Ricky says:
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        Okay Son

        Waiver list : d.wright,garland,nunn,dragic,haliburton,sato,nance jr,m.beasley,okoro,g.harris

        Would you drop anyone for waiver ??

        • Son

          Son says:
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          I would not

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