Fantasy Basketball Dynasty Rankings
Welcome back. I had to step away from the writing game due to a lack of time a couple years ago. I was asked to post some stuff last year about a week before the season started, and despite not being prepared, I said yes, but I should have passed.
My favorite kind of fantasy, dynasty! I especially am a fan of deep dynasty leagues, 20 or 30-team formats. As you will see from my rankings, I like to look ahead. So, if your gameplan day one is to win the first season of your start-up dynasty, you may want
For the six of you who have asked about my rankings and where they’ve been, apologies for the delay! I changed countries and jobs, having moved from London back to New Zealand, but none of that matters as the NBA season is nearly upon us. In less than 50 days
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.
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.
Kristaps Porzingis I have to admit, I was (and still am slightly) concerned with the viability of Kristaps Porzingis actually becoming a real NBA front-court player. Leading up to the draft he seemed like the classic Euro mystery ‘big’; that mish-mash combo of guard-like skills, shooting and ball-handling, coupled with with the
Fantasy basketball dynasty rankings are a fickle thing. Much of it comes down to personal preference, a particular affinity towards certain statistics, or even just watching a player and saying ‘I don’t think he’s that good now or will be in the future’. The basis of these rankings is 8-category