2015-16 Fantasy Basketball Rankings
Welcome to the third set of my top 200 Dynasty rankings. If you feel like squinting or want to point out where I went wrong, please check out the original set from September followed by the first regular season edition last month.
John Wall This Bradley Beal injury (seriously does anyone else get sick of reading or writing that sentence?) could be a blessing in disguise for John Wall, from a fantasy standpoint at least. An uptick in usage has vaulted his ranking (per Basketball-Monster) from where it was just two weeks
I’m not going to write a big intro for this, the ranks are what they are. Hugely subjective, bereft of any stone-cold facts and oozing with personal opinions from being scorned by countless draft day busts, these are the updated 200+ fantasy basketball dynasty ranks.
Paul George This could just as easily be a reference to the seemingly always furious George Costanza, but no, this is a fantasy basketball article so I’ll keep the Seinfeld references to a minimum.
With only nine days left until the 2015-16 NBA regular season commences, fantasy basketball drafting season is in full swing as we close in on opening night. While some fantasy owners may wait until the last few days before participating in drafts to figure out final rotations, avoid drafting injured
I will admit right off the bat — and I’ve said this before — I hate 9-category leagues, because I hate turnovers as a category. It punishes the players who handle the ball the most and I’m really just not a fan of it, but the FantasyPros.com standard rankings are