Fantasy basketball dynasty rankings for both H2H contending and rebuilding strategies, along with overall Roto rankings.

Rebuilding Rankings: To qualify, players must be 30 or younger to start the season in three years (2019-2020).

Last updated: 29 October 2017 by @dynobball and @macetastic
1 Giannis AntetokounmpoMILSF/PFMy new name at the top. He is absolutely unguardable, chips in on defense, and is the next star of the league. He's going to add a three-point shot someday.
2 Karl-Anthony TownsMINCRock solid as always. Best big man in dynasty. Take him at the top of your dynasty drafts and enjoy the next decade.
3 James HardenHOUPG/SGHe's still the man in Houston. Will average over 7 assists, remain in the top 5 scorers in the NBA, and remain an amazing asset for your FT%.
4 Russell WestbrookOKCPGHe's going to flirt with averaging a triple-double again this season. Similar to Harden, he's still the man on his team.
5 Kevin DurantGSWSF/PFIt looks like last year's career high in blocks weren't a fluke. He helps out across the board and doesn't really hurt you anywhere.
6 Nikola JokicDENPF/CStill a top-3 rebuilding asset, but Denver will spread the ball around enough Jokic slips behind fantasy monters Westbrook, Harden, and rim protector KD.
7 Kawhi LeonardSASSG/SFThis buy-low window, while he is injured, will close soon. Still going to be a top-10 dynasty asset for the next 5-6 years. Just needs to come back healthy.
8 Anthony DavisNORPF/CDon't like that he's already needed a knee MRI less than two weeks into the season, but the production when he's healthy is undeniable.
9 Stephen CurryGSWPG/SGBest 3-point shooter of all time. Will continue to be a fantasy asset for years to come.
10 DeMarcus CousinsNORPF/CMy favorite player in the league, going to average around 2 threes, 1.5 blocks, 1.5 steals, and monster points/boards.
11 John WallWASPGSolid bet to lead the league in assists for the next 4-5 seasons. If you don't play with TO's move him even higher.
12 LeBron JamesCLESF/PFIf you own Lebron and you aren't truly contending for a title I'd look to shop him. Value still sky high but eventually age has to catch up....right?
13 Kristaps PorzingisNYKPF/CNow that Melo is gone The Unicorn should be given the keys to fully break out.
14 Ben SimmonsPHIPG/SF/PFI predicted he would be a top-10 dynasty asset by the end of the season. It might not even take that long. Generational talent.
15 Damian LillardPORPGIf he was in a bigger market than Portland he would be an All-Star every season. Fantasy monster.
16 Myles TurnerINDPF/CTurner is going to be in the All-Star conversation this season, especially if he takes another step forward scoring the ball. He contributes all across the stat-sheet.
17 Kyrie IrvingBOSPG/SGOff to a little bit of a slow start, but it'll take time to adjust to losing Hayward. He rounds out my top 5 dynasty point guards.
18 Blake GriffinLACPF/CEspecially now that Milos is out, the Point Blake show will continue to rage forward. If he's healthy he's a top-20 fantasy player. Will average 4+ assists from the PF spot.
19 Joel EmbiidPHIPF/CHis talent is as epic as Giannis and Towns, but the injury concerns are real. How much risk do you like taking on?
20 Rudy GobertUTACI'm expecting the Stifle Tower to take on a huge percentage of the offense that Hayward is leaving behind. Elite as ever on defense.
21 C.J. McCollumPORPG/SGIf Portland ever moves him to improve the defense, watch out. He's an elite asset now, but if he became the first option he could challenge Dame's numbers.
22 D'Angelo RussellBKNPG/SGThe Nets are looking like big winners in this trade, and that's even with the Lakers getting future MVP Kyle Kuzma in the deal.
23 Bradley BealWASSGI haven't met anyone higher on Beal than me. He still has room to grow alongside Wall. Washington will go to the ECF this season! You heard it here first.
24 Draymond GreenGSWSF/PF/CIt doesn't matter how many superstars GS adds, Draymond will always be a fantasy star. Obviously not a huge scorer, but helps in basically every other category.
25 Paul GeorgeOKCSF/PFHe's shown that he still has an extremely high ceiling as a second option. Fringe top-25 fantasy player.
26 Klay ThompsonGSWSG/SFDidn't slow down much when KD showed up last season, and their chemistry looks even better this year. One of the best two-way SG's in the game.
27 DeMar DeRozanTORSG/SFStill, hasn't added that three-point shot I was hoping for, but he's still one of the most explosive players in the game. Top tier fantasy wing.
28 Jimmy ButlerMINSG/SFWith Wiggins taking another step forward scoring the ball, Butler needs the rest of his counting stats to hold his fantasy value. Worried we've seen his best season.
29 Aaron GordonORLSF/PFI think the breakout we've all been waiting for is finally going to happen this season. Hitting the three-ball comfortably to start the season.
30 Kemba WalkerCHAPGOne of the most underrated stars in the game. He will continue to quietly put up solid numbers and help fantasy owners who wait to draft their point guards.
31 Nikola VucevicORLPF/CAs I've mentioned before, he has a nice shooting stroke and we're starting to see that translate behind the arc. Great percentages and defensive production, as well.
32 Otto PorterWASSFOff to another hot start. Could cool a little when Washington gets healthy, but Otto is 100% legit. Nice production with very low turnovers.
33 Devin BookerPHOSGI'm in on basically every young Suns player after they finally fired Watson. This guy checks every box when I'm looking for elite dynasty potential.
34 Andrew WigginsMINSG/SFGot a lot of flack over my Wiggins love, and so far he's making me look really good. People act like he's a bust when his numbers rival some of the top guys at the same age.
35 Mike ConleyMEMPGConley is the only star on the perimeter in Memphis. He's going to put up huge numbers as long as Memphis decides to ride the Conley/Gasol pairing.
36 Khris MiddletonMILSG/SF1st team All-NBA underrated every season. Steady all across the board and doesn't hurt you anywhere.
37 Lonzo BallLALPGI don't know that he ever becomes an 18+ PPG scorer, but he's already showing his fantasy value with the rest of this game. My new No. 1 rookie.
38 Markelle FultzPHIPGStill think he has the highest ceiling of any of the Point Guards in the class, but this shoulder injury and following shot change have my ears perked up a little bit.
39 Dennis Smith Jr.  At this point, if you prefer him to Fultz I can't knock you. He's explosive as hell and the Mavs have trusted him with the keys to the franchise from day one.
40 Victor OladipoINDPG/SGI thought I was going to go down as one of the last people with housing on Vicor Oladipo island. Guys that can defend like this stick around, especially when they can score.
41 Robert CovingtonPHISF/PFRoCo is an absolute fantasy monster. Contributes all across the board, and should be able to retain his value as Fultz/Simmons continue to grow.
42 Hassan WhitesideMIACThere are flashes where Whiteside looks like he belongs in the conversation for best Center in the league. Great mid-round dynasty pick.
43 Andre DrummondDETPF/CIf this early success at the FT line continues Drummond will become a multi-year All-Star in the East. I'm not sure I'm buying it yet.
44 Tobias HarrisDETSF/PFDoesn't contribute a ton of defense, but he's shouldered more of the scoring load and looks to be taking another step forward this season.
45 Marc GasolMEMCA case of production now vs age. Conley and Gasol form one of the best veteran duos in the league from a fantasy aspect.
46 Eric BledsoePHOPG/SGI don't want to be here. Let's see where he ends up.
47 DeAndre JordanLACCGreat source of Blks, Rebs, FG%, and could see his scoring increase some without CP3. Still going to wreck your FT%.
48 Kevin LoveCLEPF/CI'm expecting a bounce back closer to the old KLove now that Kyrie is gone. I'm expecting over 2 assists this season.
49 Chris PaulHOUPGSam thought I was too low on him last time at 42. Already injured this season with a knee issue. I'm high on HOU so I hope this isn't the year CP hits the age wall.
50 Kyle LowryTORPGI was already low on him before this season. I think he will finish as a top-50 player, but his best year's from a fantasy aspect are behind him.
51 Gary HarrisDENSG/SFLooooove Gary Harris. The perfect complementary piece at a fairly weak position. He forms a nice tandem with Jokic long-term.
52 Clint CapelaHOUPF/CFits perfectly with Harden and CP3. Probably still going to wreck you at the FT line, but I'm expecting nice production in REB/STL/BLK/FG% with decent scoring.
53 Brandon IngramLALSG/SFBe patient with Ingram, buy-low if you can. Some people already think Wiggins is a bust, so I can only imagine how cheap you can buy Ingram if the owner is panicking.
54 Ricky RubioUTAPGThe Jazz generally run one of the slower tempo's in the NBA, but Rubio should still hit 8-9 assists per game. He has some nice weapons surrounding him.
55 Jrue HolidayNORPGI hope Jrue’s injuries are in the past. He’s such a fun player to watch when he’s hitting on all cylinders.
56 Gordon HaywardBOSSG/SFWhat a gruesome injury on opening night. Just hoping for a fast recovery. If you have an IR spot I would stash him before looking to deal him.
57 De'Aaron FoxSACPGHe's already outplaying George Hill. I was lower on him than most at draft time, but he's proving me wrong. Looks really good out there this early on.
58 Dennis SchroderATLPGStill has room to improve numbers as Atlanta goes into retooling mode. Not overly high on him, but he's a solid No.2 fantasy point guard.
59 Zach LaVineCHIPG/SGDude is going to get so many freaking looks in the Bulls offense when he is healthy. Buy now and stash him, enjoy the rewards down the road.
60 Jabari ParkerMILSF/PFLooked amazing coming back from ACL number one, I'm cautiously optimistic on his return from No. 2. Better rebuilding target.
61 Jusuf NurkicPORCWe've all seen the talent. He just needs to stay upright. The perfect complement to Dame and CJ.
62 Isaiah ThomasCLEPGYou've definitely seen his best season, but he will have more space to operate than ever playing alongside LeBron. I love Rose but he's not keeping IT from starting.
63 Serge IbakaTORPF/CGood percentages and defensive numbers, but the rebounding has already started to dip and I don't see that turning around at this point in his career.
64 LaMarcus AldridgeSASPF/CI was shocked that the Spurs extended him. I'd look to sell high on him now while Kawhi is out and he's getting extra looks.
65 Brook LopezLALCHis addition of the 3-pointer is a welcome addition for fantasy owners. I'm interested to see where he ends up after this season.
66 Nicolas BatumCHASG/SFSpeaking of swiss army knives... He will be back sometime this season. Don't think he has any trouble taking the premier perimeter role back.
67 Harrison BarnesDALSF/PFDid everything you could have asked of him in his first year in Dallas. DSJ and he should be a nice combo moving forward. I think Barnes could still improve his secondary numbers.
68 Josh RichardsonMIAPG/SG/SFSwiss army knife for fantasy. Ridiculous defensive numbers for a SG. Fringe top-50 guy that you can get for a lot cheaper.
69 Elfrid PaytonORLPGExcellent down the stretch. Doesn't help percentages at all, but nice counting stats. If guys around him continue to grow that will only help him out.
70 Jonathan IsaacORLPFProjects to be a 1+ Three's/Blocks/Steals guy while filling out points and boards very nicely. Gordon/Vuc breakouts may slow the process. Stay patient.
71 Marcus SmartBOSPGHis numbers this year are going to be insane with Hayward out. Close to 12 points, 5 boards/assists, 2 steals, 1.5 three's, 0.5 blocks is my guess.
72 Malcolm BrogdonMILPG/SGHe looks like he might have taken his game to another level this offseason. I'm buying into it. You'll notice at this point I'd rather start buying youth/upside.
73 Donovan MitchellUTASGDMitch is the guy I was probably the highest on (compared to the consensus) in the pre-draft process. I'd rather roster Mitchell than Rodney Hood and wait for it.
74 Caris LeVertBKNSG/SFHe was last year's Donovan Mitchell for me. I said he had the potential for 15/5/5 and he may challenge that this season now that he's in the mix for starting.
75 Rondae Hollis-JeffersonBKNSF/PFA great fit at the power forward. A DLO/LeVert/RHJ Nets team has the potential to be very, very exciting down the road.
76 Jayson TatumBOSSFHis numbers are inflated due to the Hayward injury, but I thought he would play close to 20 mins even with him there. Looks really good early.
77 Lauri MarkkanenCHIPFI don't think there's any way he loses the starting job now. All aboard the Lauri train now. The window to buy him at any discount is about over, if not already.
78 Carmelo AnthonyOKCSF/PFFeels gross to rank Melo this low. He's going to have nice games but the old Melo is over. He's an elite level Points/3's specialist at this point in his career.
79 Josh JacksonPHOSG/SFThe Suns are an absolute mess, but the firing of Watson has me very excited for all the young guys there, Jackson included. Highest ceiling of any rookie in his class.
80 Jonas ValanciunasTORCAhh my boy JV. I think he's an underrated player, but he just doesn't do enough on defense to become an elite Center.
81 Al HorfordBOSPF/CHe has to do more now that Hayward is gone, but he's on the wrong side of 30. Wouldn't hesitate to start looking at some youth for him.
82 Jaylen BrownBOSSG/SFHe was the guy I was most interested in when Hayward went down, and he's showing why. Points/Boards/3's/steals for days. He can play alongside Hayward, too.
83 John CollinsATLPF/CAlready has multiple double-doubles in the bag. I think he was a lot of guy's late rookie breakout pick, so I can't take all the credit here.
84 Marquese ChrissPHOPFSee Josh Jackson. Potential 3's/STL/BLK monster from the PF position. Freak athlete with sky-high potential. Another case of stay patient.
85 Jamal MurrayDENPG/SGHe has true superstar potential. It might just take a few seasons.
86 Rodney HoodUTASG/SFCould turn into a nice source of Pts, 3Pts, and Stls, but I'm not sure I'm buying it. He's probably the starter by default, but I think Mitchell is a better player.
87 Eric GordonHOUSGHe looked like the 2nd best player in a Rockets uniform before CP got hurt. Hopefully, the injuries are finally behind him. He looks explosive this year.
88 Buddy HieldSACSGHe has the chance to get 15-20 shots per game in Sacramento. I was high on him coming out of college, and still, think his upside is worth gambling on.
89 Taurean PrinceATLSFThose of us that bought-low on him last season like I advised are absolutely loving the returns so far. He's going to rack up stats while the Hawks rebuild.
90 Michael Kidd-GilchristCHASFWill get you 1+ Stl and Blk from the SF position. Provides nothing from 3pt, though, so his game has undeniable flaws that have not been fixed so far.
91 Evan FournierORLSG/SFHe continues to get overlooked in Orlando but he keeps putting up numbers. The breakout of Aaron Gordon should only help him retain his value.
92 Reggie JacksonDETPG/SGReggie killed me last year, but he looks like he's the guy I tried to draft last year. I'm staying cautiously optimistic, but wouldn't hesitate to move him for a good deal.
93 Nikola MiroticCHISF/PFI don't really know what to expect following his absence. We've seen the flashes, but we've also seen the flaws from an NBA level.
94 Danilo GallinariLACSF/PFHis scoring numbers will probably take a small dip with the Clippers, but I like him a lot as a back-end fantasy starter. Injury concerns are very real with him.
95 Kent BazemoreATLSG/SFHe's going to benefit from the Hawks rebuild. He will have a lot of room to grow as a player and put up big numbers.
96 Derrick FavorsUTAPF/CCounting on a bounce-back this year. The Jazz needs him to return to the player he was before injuries derailed him last season.
97 Larry NanceLALPFHe's moved ahead of Randle in my ranks. I love what he can bring you on defense, and he couldn't have a better point guard for his playing style.
98 Julius RandleLALPFFeel like a lot of guys don't like Randle much. I don't get it. He's a good basketball player and is one of the better big men in transition. Ball is going to make this guy better.
99 Willy HernangomezNYKCWTF are the Knicks doing? His ranking could be affected as long as he's infected with being a Knick.
100 Jeff TeagueMINPGA lot of talent around him in Minnesota this year. Could set a career high in Asts.
101 T.J. WarrenPHOSFI'm watching to see how the coaching change effects Warren. It feels like I've been waiting on his breakout forever now.
102 Goran DragicMIAPG/SGAnother guy starting to creep up in age but still producing. Make sure he fits your timeline.
103 Paul MillsapDENPF/CGoing to be a nice fantasy option, but I'd be looking to move on from him unless in a title run this year.
104 Markieff MorrisWASSF/PFA steady contributor from the PF spot. As long as he's in Washington their big 3 will allow Markieff space to get clean looks. Should be back soon.
105 Dwight HowardCHAPF/CWill average a double-double with solid blocks, steals, and FG%. He's another FT tanker, and he's getting up there in age. If I'm not contending for a title I'm moving him.
106 Patrick BeverleyLACPG/SGHe is what he is. A low volume scorer that helps a ton with REBs and STLs from the point guard spot. Love him as a backup.
107 Thaddeus YoungINDSF/PFI don't think he finishes the year in Indiana unless they are better than expected. Sabonis and Leaf both look competent and they need to develop their youth.
108 Dejounte MurraySASPGDoes Tony Parker take the job back? I'm not so sure. Murray brings an element to the floor Parker can't anymore.
109 Jae CrowderCLESF/PFLove the way the Cavs move him all over the floor and utilize his unique skill-set. Solid fantasy rotation piece.
110 Avery BradleyDETPG/SGI actually think he's going to be a really nice fit in Detroit. I hope he gets some time as the primary ball-handler. There is some secret Asts potential there. Great source of Stls.
111 Kentavious Caldwell-PopeLALSGOn a one-year prove-it deal with the Lakers. A lot thought a breakout was coming last year, but he may already be close to his ceiling as a player.
112 Willie Cauley-SteinSACPF/CHe's not going to go to 18/10 this year, but he will be a great mid-round big man. He has a nice fantasy upside with his potential on defense.
113 Malik MonkCHASGWhile the early results aren't outstanding, he's showing promise in a bigger role with Batum injured. NBA ready scorer with underrated playmaking abilities.
114 Steven AdamsOKCCNice rebounding and defensive numbers from the Center spot. Offense will be extremely limited with the Big 3 in town.
115 Joe InglesUTASG/SFPlaying out of his mind right now. Not an explosive scorer but he helps out everywhere else. On fire from behind the arc early on.
116 Denzel ValentineCHISG/SFHe projects to have the most fantasy-friendly game of the healthy Bulls, but he is still super raw.
117 Darren CollisonINDPG/SGPutting up nice numbers early, even had a 16 assist game......but it seems like fools gold to me. Not a guy I'm looking at long-term at all.
118 Robin LopezCHICIf you have him now enjoy the early production and look to deal him before the Bulls do and he returns to the old RoLo we all know and love.
119 George HillSACPG/SGPsssst. Fox is already better than George Hill from a fantasy perspective.
120 Skal LabissiereSACPF/CHe's already shown more than a lot of people thought he would. He has decent shooting mechanics so I wouldn't be shocked if he starts shooting 3's in the next few years.
121 Trevor ArizaHOUSG/SFGetting up there in age, but his value to the Rockets will help him retain his fantasy mid-round value.
122 Enes KanterNYKCWilly is the guy I want long-term in New York, but he's putting up awesome production for now.
123 Dion WaitersMIASG/SFYou know what you're getting with Waiters. A lot of mouths to feed in Miami too. I think he's basically at his ceiling now.
124 Kris DunnCHIPG/SGStill the guy I'm betting on long-term at the point guard position for Chicago.
125 Juan HernangomezDENSF/PFJuancho is going to be an animal at some point. Just not this year.
126 Justise WinslowMIASF/PFI might be the last remaining believer in Justise Winslow. Maybe a trade and a new scenery are what he needs?
127 Frank NtilikinaNYKPGFranky Smokes is a nice dynasty stash. Should see 20 minutes per game as soon as this season.
128 Will BartonDENSG/SFShowing more as a playmaker in the Denver offense than I thought he was capable of. Avoided an early injury scare.
129 C.J. MilesTORSG/SFHe's a three-point gunner that is going to thrive in that role for Toronto. Great win-now piece if you own a guy like Harden.
130 OG AnunobyTORSFHe would have been a lottery pick if not for the injury. He has impressed me every time I've watched him play. He's the up-and-comer I want in Toronto.
131 Norman PowellTORSG/SFSee above. Good player but I'd rather gamble on OG and pay half the cost.
132 Derrick RoseCLEPGWhat a sad fall it has been for Derrick Rose. The MVP is never coming back, but he's a serviceable PG 2/3 for your fantasy teams.
133 Dario SaricPHISF/PFI still like him long-term, but the depth chart is definitely starting to look crowded. Still a nice stash if you're a year-or-two away.
134 Jarrett AllenBKNPF/CPut me in the corner that doesn't think Mozgov is a good basketball player. I'm buying Allen shares everywhere I can.
135 Bogdan BogdanovicSACSGI've heard Bradley Beal comparisons, and while that seems like a little bit of a stretch, I can see the basis behind it. Nice upside if you have the roster space.
136 Jerian GrantCHIPG/SGHe was the starter before Dunn got hurt, and he's put up nice counting stats in his absence, but the Bulls need to let Dunn fly.
137 Al-Farouq AminuPORSF/PFNice defense and rebounding from a guy that can slot in at the SF position. Was never really right after early-season injuries last season.
138 Justin HolidayCHISG/SFHe's currently in what will be the best stretch of his career. Should still have some three's and steals value once LaVine is back.
139 Lou WilliamsLACPG/SGHe is what he is. He will have a few huge games here and there, but he's a scoring/three's/FT specialist. Basically, Lou Will gets buckets.
140 James JohnsonMIASF/PFAlready over the age of 30, enjoy what you can get from him now.
141 Cody ZellerCHAPF/CThe addition of Dwight Howard hurts Zeller, but he's an okay dynasty bench piece. Dwight doesn't seem to stay in one spot for very long.
142 Domantas SabonisINDPFI think it's only a matter of time before he's starting in Indiana next to Turner.
143 Nerlens NoelDALPF/CDallas is doing a great job of doing every thing they can to kill his value in free agency talks next year. Still like his defense. Over 1 Stl/Blk in 18 MPG through 5 games.
144 Kyle KuzmaLALSF/PFFuture MVP Kyle Kuzma is all the hype in dynasty circles right now. He is a steal at 27, but expectations should be tempered a little bit.
145 Thon MakerMILPF/CHe's a perfect Milwaukee Bucks prototype, but he's still extremely raw and young. Great dynasty stash with a lot of upside.
146 Jordan BellGSWPFDraymond JR is already getting minutes. He will be a fantasy glue guy in the next 2-3 seasons. Too bad Chicago couldn't have used a guy like him.
147 Alex LenPHOPF/COnce Tyson Chandler is traded they need to unleash him fully. I think there is a level of Alex Len we still haven't seen.
148 Caleb SwaniganPORPF/CSee Kyle Kuzma. I see why everyone likes him, but he's still a raw rookie.
149 Dragan BenderPHOPFHe's still 2-3 years away from really arriving, but he is a nice playmaking forward that can't legally buy a beer in the US yet. Immense upside.
150 Ryan AndersonHOUPF/CGross. One of the worst contracts in the NBA. He won't be on any of my dynasty teams.
151 Wesley MatthewsDALSG/SFHe's actually come back better than expected from the Achilles injury. For a contending team, Wes is a nice value.
152 Marcin GortatWASCGot outplayed by Mahinmi down the stretch last year but is getting close to 30MPG early. Lock for a double/double with a block when he's getting ample PT.
153 Rudy GaySASSF/PFAt 148, Gay is a nice gamble. Couldn't be in a better system.
154 Jordan ClarksonLALPG/SGA lot of people are completely out on Clarkson. I don't get it. He's not amazing at any one thing, but he helps a little in a few spots at a cheap-ish price.
155 Kelly OubreWASSFStill holding out hope he becomes the go-to scorer off the bench. I also envision interesting things with him at the 3 and Otto as the small-ball 4.
156 Moe HarklessPORSFAnother SF/PF with 1+ 3's/Blk/Stl potential. I think there is some upside there, but also a very low floor.
157 DeMarre CarrollBKNSF/PFEvery once in a while I nail a call. DeMarre Carroll bouncing back is one of my best of the early season so far.
158 Terry RozierBOSPGAll jokes aside, Terry Rozier has really stepped up when needed this season. Better in the counting stats than I expected.
159 Delon WrightTORPG/SGHe's a cheap source of PG numbers in deep leagues right now and could keep earning more of the pie as Lowry ages. Get ahead on him now.
160 Terrence RossORLSG/SFThis guy is still only 27??? I guess you could do worse this late in the game.
161 Allen CrabbeBKNPG/SG/SFNice late round add if you need some three-point shooting. That's about all he does, though.
162 Wilson ChandlerDENSF/PFHis best seasons are behind him, but I think he is still going to be a solid late source of REB/STL/3's.
163 Kelly OlynykMIACI have never really been a huge of Olynyk. He's a decent stretch big but you can probably do better.
164 Evan TurnerPORSG/SFHe looks pretty good early. He's not a fantasy monster but he contributes nicely across the board. I'm counting on a slight bounce-back.
165 Greg MonroeMILPF/CWhy do the Bucks hate Monroe?
166 Marcus MorrisBOSSF/PFHe's going to have sneaky value in Boston, especially without Hayward.
167 Bam AdebayoMIAPFHe will spend time in the G-League this year but he looks like he can contribute in the NBA sooner than later.
168 Jeremy LambCHASG/SFHe's stepping up in Batum's absence but I don't think it's sustainable to this level once he is back.
169 J.J. RedickPHISGJJ is on the wrong side of 30, but his playing style should allow him to keep doing what he does for another 2-3 years.
170 Luke KennardDETSGHas shown some potential as a spot-up shooter. He's the type of guy Drummond needs to blossom around him. Good stash. Better offensive potential than Stanley.
171 T.J. LeafINDPFI thought he might be better than Sabonis, but that's not the case at this point. He needs to be rostered in dynasty leagues though.
172 Stanley JohnsonDETSG/SFHis defense is his calling card, but I think he could still develop his offense enough to warrant dynasty stash status.
173 Emmanuel MudiayDENPGHe's going to play a bigger role on the 2nd unit as the season goes on. People bailed on him already. Still a lot of potential there.
174 Jakob PoeltlTORCThis guy has looked great when given the opportunity. If they move JV at some point watch out.
175 Tyreke EvansMEMSG/SFVirtually no competition for minutes on the wing. If he's healthy he's the best perimeter option on the roster.
176 Mike JamesPHOPGIt's time to pay attention to James. He's excelled at every level he's played in, and the trend is continuing in the NBA.
177 Tyler UlisPHOPGWith all that said about James, don't forget about Ulis. I still love what I see out of him when he plays.
178 Chandler ParsonsMEMSF/PFInjury scares are real, but so is the upside.
179 JaMychal GreenMEMPFOn the shelf for a few weeks with an injury, but I have no issue using my IR spot on him. He's the type of guy to round out your roster with.
180 Dante ExumUTAPG/SGLooked really good before the shoulder injury. I hope this guy can get right.