2015-16 fantasy basketball
We’re at the unofficial midway point of the 2015-16 NBA season, and this is when fantasy basketball owners like to evaluate their teams. Though a lot of them weren’t selected in your initial drafts, many rookies now populate your rosters — some better than others.
We’re over half way through the 2015-16 NBA season, the All-Star break is coming up soon, and shortly there after will be the NBA trade deadline. The trade deadline is February 18th, and that can often be a critical day for seasonal fantasy hoops players like ourselves.
Kemba Walker It’s safe to say this is a career year for Kemba Walker. While it may seem he’s been around for a decade, he’s only 25 years old but he’s already in his fourth full season as a starting point guard.
I’m pretty active on Twitter, as most of you probably already know. I’m often referred to as the “Fantasy Vampire” and other puns that relate to my lack of sleep, which usually goes hand-in-hand with my fondness for late-night tweeting.
Hey guys (and ladies), it’s been a while since I’ve had the chance to talk to you one-on-one. Normally, I don’t like to miss a day of work — I always want to make sure you get the best fantasy sports advice and info each and every week — but
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
Zach LaVine (Age = 20yrs) He doesn’t just do highlight reel dunks, the T-Wolves sophomore guard can actually play too. Often over-looked because of blooming fantasy beast Karl-Anthony Towns as well as the expanding game of Andrew Wiggins, LaVine has settled in as the Wolves’ first guard off the bench
Thaddeus Young Thaddeus Young is one of those players I never draft, but at some point during the season I always think ‘hmmm, should I trade for him?’, but then he does something negative by either disappearing altogether or shooting his way out of the good stretch that made me
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.