Top 100 Fantasy Basketball Rankings

Posted: December 20, 2011 by vongrapenstein in Fantasy, NBA
  1. LeBron James, SF, Miami Heat; Still the best basketball player in the universe.
  2. Chris Paul, PG, Los Angeles Clippers; Best supporting cast he’s ever had and he’s still, you know, pretty good.
  3. Kevin Durant, SF, Oklahoma City Thunder; Best scorer in the league, but rebounds and assists not where they should be.
  4. Kevin Love, PF, Minnesota Timberwolves; Almost unprecedented rebounding and three-point ability.
  5. Dwight Howard, C, Orlando Magic; Best big man in the league and would be ranked higher if not for contract confusion.
  6. Dwyane Wade, SG, Miami Heat; Can still stuff the stat-sheet.
  7. Derrick Rose, PG, Chicago Bulls; Reigning MVP only getting better.
  8. Pau Gasol, PF, Los Angeles Lakers; Most skilled big man in the game; as adept at blocking as he is at passing.
  9. Russell Westbrook, PG, Oklahoma City Thunder; Maybe the best rebounding guard in the league, in addition to very good scoring, passing, and steals.
  10. Dirk Nowitzki, PF, Dallas Mavericks; You know what he does.
  11. Stephen Curry, PG, Golden State Warriors; One of the best shooters in the league and can pass.
  12. Deron Williams, PG, New Jersey Nets; Would be higher if not for awful teammates; but if they land Dwight…
  13. Blake Griffin, PF, Los Angeles Clippers; Second-year improvement + CP3 = Big year ahead.
  14. Carmelo Anthony, SF, New York Knicks; You know what he does.
  15. Monta Ellis, SG, Golden State Warriors; Maybe the best combination of points and steals.
  16. LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, Portland Trail Blazers; Showed he could be the number one option last year and still improving.
  17. Al Jefferson, PF, Utah Jazz; 20/10.
  18. Josh Smith, SF, Atlanta Hawks; Blocking/stealing machine finally improved his shot selection.
  19. Amar’e Stoudemire, PF, New York Knicks; $10 says he gets injured this year.
  20. Al Horford, C, Atlanta Hawks; Steady as they come.
  21. Zach Randolph, PF, Memphis Grizzlies; Can he keep being the good Z-Bo?
  22. Eric Gordon, SG, New Orleans Hornets; Breakout year coming.
  23. Kobe Bryant, SG, Los Angeles Lakers; Really only giving you points now, but will still give you a lot of points.
  24. Gerald Wallace, SF, Portland Trail Blazers; Stat-stuffer.
  25. Rudy Gay, SF, Memphis Grizzlies; A better Danny Granger.
  26. Danny Granger, SF, Indiana Pacers; A worse Rudy Gay.
  27. Rajon Rondo, PG, Boston Celtics; No scoring, but plenty of assists and steals.
  28. Dorell Wright, SF, Golden State Warriors; Not sure he can do what he did last year.
  29. John Wall, PG, Washington Wizards; The Next Big Thing.
  30. Serge Ibaka, PF, Oklahoma City Thunder; Almost lead the league in blocks when he wasn’t starting.
  31. Andre Iguodala, SG, Philadelphia 76ers; A more reliable Gay/Granger, but not as high of a ceiling.
  32. David Lee, PF, Golden State Warriors; Bounceback year?
  33. Paul Millsap, PF, Utah Jazz; Lot of big guys taking minutes for the Jazz.
  34. Nene Hilario, C, Denver Nuggets; One of the better passing bigs in the league, good rebounder, and a great field goal percentage.
  35. Marc Gasol, C, Memphis Grizzlies; See, Nene.
  36. Brook Lopez, C, New Jersey Nets; Deron Williams has to make him better, but can he get more than six boards/game?
  37. Steve Nash, PG, Phoenix Suns
  38. Manu Ginobili, SG, San Antonio Spurs
  39. Paul Pierce, SF, Boston Celtics; All three will do what they do, but won’t play as much with such a compact schedule.
  40. Chris Bosh, PF, Miami Heat; The half of Miami’s “Two and a half Men” should have a better year.
  41. Kevin Martin, SG, Houston Rockets; One of the better scorers in the league.
  42. Jrue Holiday, PG, Philadelphia 76ers; Great defender and passer.
  43. Joakim Noah, C, Chicago Bulls; Classic big man can block and rebound and dunk.
  44. Andrew Bogut, C, Milwaukee Bucks; Would be higher if not for injury history; avoid if your league counts free throw percentage.
  45. Greg Monroe, C, Detroit Pistons; See if he can improve on great rookie season.
  46. Kyle Lowry, PG, Houston Rockets; Steady if unspectacular player.
  47. Danilo Gallinari, SF, New York Knicks; High upside and high floor.
  48. James Harden, SG, Oklahoma City Thunder; Lack of minutes the only thing holding him back.
  49. JaVale McGee, C, Washington Wizards; Very good defender who should benefit from growth and John Wall.
  50. Tyreke Evans, SG, Sacramento Kings
  51. Marcus Thornton, SG, Sacramento Kings; Tyreke has the upside, but Thornton is more reliable.
  52. Marcin Gortat, C, Phoenix Suns; Poor man’s Noah.
  53. Mike Conley, PG, Memphis Grizzlies; Can he keep being the good Conley?
  54. Luis Scola, PF, Houston Rockets; 18/9.
  55. Carlos Boozer, PF, Chicago Bulls; Healthy, finally, but best years behind him.
  56. Raymond Felton, PG, Portland Trail Blazers; He’s fat.
  57. Luol Deng, SG, Chicago Bulls; Do-it-all Deng.
  58. Channing Frye, PF, Phoenix Suns; Hits threes and blocks shots and nothing else.
  59. Joe Johnson, SG, Atlanta Hawks; Over. Rated.
  60. Ty Lawson, PG, Denver Nuggets; Would be higher if Denver wasn’t so deep.
  61. Darren Collison, PG, Indiana Pacers; Would be higher if not for George Hill.
  62. David West, PF, Indiana Pacers; Would be higher if not coming off injury.
  63. Andray Blatche, PF, Washington Wizards; Would be higher if not an idiot.
  64. Elton Brand, PF, Philadelphia 76ers; Rebounds and blocks.
  65. Tim Duncan, PF, San Antonio Spurs
  66. Ray Allen, SG, Boston Celtics
  67. Kevin Garnett, PF, Boston Celtics; Old war-horses.
  68. DeAndre Jordan, C, Los Angeles Clippers; Rebounds and blocks and open dunks courtesy of CP3.
  69. Wesley Matthews, SG, Portland Trail Blazers
  70. Nicolas Batum, SF, Portland Trail Blazers; Both can hit threes and make defensive plays.
  71. Chauncey Billups, SG, Los Angeles Clippers; Will get his threes and some assists.
  72. Jason Richardson, SG, Orlando Magic; Will get his threes and points.
  73. Andrew Bynum, C, Los Angeles Lakers; $10 he gets injured at some point.
  74. Lamar Odom, SF, Dallas Mavericks; The ultimate stat-stuffer.
  75. Andrei Kirilenko, SF, New Jersey Nets; The ultimate stat-stuffer, once upon a time.
  76. Tony Parker, PG, San Antonio Spurs; Will fuck your wife.
  77. Jason Kidd, PG, Dallas Mavericks; Will beat your wife.
  78. Andrea Bargnani, PF, Toronto Raptors; If only he could rebound…
  79. Roy Hibbert, C, Indiana Pacers
  80. DeMarcus Cousins, C, Sacramento Kings; Cousins has the upside (and the crazy), Hibbert has the steady hand.
  81. Boris Diaw, PF, Charlotte Bobcats
  82. Rodney Stuckey, SG, Detroit Pistons; Someone has to do something for those teams.
  83. Kyrie Irving, PG, Cleveland Cavaliers; Will get every opportunity to do whatever he wants.
  84. Jarrett Jack, PG, New Orleans Hornets; Eh….I guess.
  85. Caron Butler, SF, Los Angeles Clippers; Good defender.  Also, CP3.
  86. Michael Beasley, SF, Minnesota Timberwolves; B-EASY!
  87. Brandon Jennings, PG, Milwaukee Bucks
  88. Jose Calderon, PG, Toronto Raptors
  89. Devin Harris, PG, Utah Jazz; Jennings has the steals and terrible field goal percentage; Calderon has the assists and nothing else; Harris has…I forget.
  90. Tyson Chandler, C, New York Knicks
  91. Toney Douglas, PG, New York Knicks
  92. Baron Davis, PG, New York Knicks; Chandler’s gonna get rebounds and easy dunks; Douglas is gonna get a chance to be the point guard; Baron is gonna take over point guard when he gets healthy.
  93. Paul George, SF, Indiana Pacers
  94. Thaddeus Young, SF, Philadelphia 76ers; Stat-stuffers who should start soon.
  95. DeMar DeRozan, SG, Toronto Raptors; Eh…I guess.
  96. Tony Allen, SG, Memphis Grizzlies; One of the best defenders in the game.
  97. Omri Casspi, SF, Cleveland Cavaliers
  98. Antawn Jamison, SF, Cleveland Cavaliers; Casspi can shoot and board and Jamison can be the greatest black hole in the world.
  99. Derrick Williams, SF, Minnesota Timberwolves; Will score and…that’s about it.
  100. Ricky Rubio, PG and Magical Unicorn, Minnesota Timberwolves; Pick him and thank me later.
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Comments
  1. Jeffrey says:

    When did u post this because if u did it the beginning of this year, I would have switched some things

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