We’re past the quarter turn of the season, and while Steph Curry has chiseled his preseason ranking as the top Fantasy player available, more than enough change has occurred to reset matters from our original poll back in October.
This version is a clear sign that we are in a guard-oriented world. While Hassan Whiteside has spent much of his time redirecting shots at will and Andre Drummond inhales rebounds, much of the upper crust of the Top 200 is heavy on the backcourt, as guards like Kyle Lowry and Kimba Walker have emerged as staples in both regular Fantasy and DFS play. On the flip side, there are those players whose October standing has resulted in disappointing totals (we see you, LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMarcus Cousins) for players who were expected to justify their average draft value.
I know there’s Christmas shopping and the like on the docket for most of you, so let’s get to it, shall we?
The Top 200 Fantasy Basketball Rankings[table “1462” not found /]