2013-2014 Fantasy Basketball Small Forward (SF) Draft Rankings

SF Rankings Updated October 14, 2013

LeBron James (MIA) – The agument between most fantasy players is who goes first overall, James or Durant.  Give me James and his assist numbers over Durant any day.  With LeBron’s 7+ assists a game I can go cheap on a PG and then spend bigger at another position.

Kevin Durant (OKC) – If you aren’t first you’re last.  Durant is the easy number two choice on the SF board.

Carmelo Anthony (NYK) – Melo is the consolation prize for those who miss out on James or Durant.  After Anthony, it’s a long way down to number four.

Nicholas Batum (POR) – Batum is a bit underrated, but I’ll take his across the board stats at the SF position any day.  His 4.9 assists per game were second only to LeBron at the SF spot.

Paul Pierce (BRK) – How much does Pierce have left in the tank?  I think he’s got one more good year and a big desire to try and grab another ring.

Rudy Gay (TOR) – Gay is one of the most consistent players out there, which can sometimes be fantasy gold in itself.  He had corrective surgery in the offseason, so maybe that even gives him a little room for upside.

Thaddeus Young (PHI) – Young will probably qualify at PF and SF.  He’s about the only good thing left in Philly and I’d expect that he tries to put the team on his back and do it all, which is exactly what fantasy owners are paying for.

Luol Deng (CHI) – Maybe having Derrick Rose back will help Deng keep things going.  The Bulls really need to cut his minutes down though or risk getting him hurt.

Jeff Green (BOS) – This is supposed to be Green’s breakout season, but everyone knows that and you’ll likely have to spend more on him than than you should.  While I think he has a good season, it may justify his price tag on draft day.

Kawhi Leonard (SAS) – Popovich likes him and that’s good enough for me.

Shawn Marion (DAL) – He’s nothing fancy, but at least he’ll get you 12 and 7 with a couple of assists and a steal.

Chandler Parsons (HOU) – It’s going to be a fun year in Houston and Parsons should get a ton of outside looks with Dwight Howard drawing defenses in.

Andrei Kirilenko (BRK) – Kirilenko scares me a little this season as a health risk, but if he can stay healthy he’ll get plenty of minutes backing up the aging Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett.

Wilson Chandler (DEN) – You will probably find Chandler mostly qualifying at SG, but it’s possible some teams have him at SF, which is a great deal if you can get it.

 

 

 

2013-2014 Fantasy Basketball Power Forward (PF) Draft Rankings

Coming soon!

2013-2014 Fantasy Basketball Center (C) Draft Rankings

Coming soon!

2013-2014 @FantasyNBADaily Schedule and Posting Plans

The 2013-14 season is approaching and I wanted to let you guys know that I’ll be moving the starting lineups, injury and fantasy news to the @FantasyNBADaily Twitter Feed this season.  I’ll still post the draft rankings and a few articles here on the site, but a majority of the stuff will now be on the Twitter Feed.  Life has gotten pretty busy lately and moving things to Twitter is the only way I can seem to find the time to provide good content and news with my current time constraints.

I’m going to try and get some rankings up around October 1st, so check the homepage then.

I’m looking forward to the upcoming fantasy basketball season!!

$3,000,000 Fantasy Football Championship for 2013-14!

FanDuel has stepped it up again this year and will be making someone a fantasy football MILLIONAIRE this season!

SIGN UP FOR FREE HERE!!

The games start September 8th with contests already posted in the FanDuel Lobby.   The scoring and roster configuration is the same as last season.  There are also Head-to-Head games from $1 all the way to $500 if you like playing single opponents rather than tournaments.

If regular tournaments are you thing, then FanDuel has just about any size tournament you could ever want.  Give the FanDuel lobby a look and find the tourney that fits your budget and skill level.

SIGN UP FOR FREE and get your share of the $3,000,000 prize pool!!