2010 Fantasy Basketball Downloadable Draft Kit

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Table Of Contents

Top 200 (Head-to-Head) ..................................................................................................................................................................... 4


Top 200 (Rotisserie) ........................................................................................................................................................................... 5


Head-to-Head Player Rankings ......................................................................................................................................................6-7


Rotisserie Player Rankings ............................................................................................................................................................8-9


Head-to-Head Cheat Sheet .............................................................................................................................................................. 10


Rotisserie Cheat Sheet..................................................................................................................................................................... 11


2010-11 Projections .................................................................................................................................................................... 12-19


Player Profiles ............................................................................................................................................................................. 20-43


2009-10 Final Statistics .............................................................................................................................................................. 44-51




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Top 200 (Head-to-Head)
1. Kevin Durant, SF, OKC             68. John Wall, PG, WAS                        135. Nate Robinson, SG, BOS
2. Chris Paul, PG, NO                69. Carlos Boozer, PF, CHI                    136. Greg Oden, C, POR
3. LeBron James, SF, MIA             70. Joakim Noah, C, CHI                       137. T.J. Ford, PG, IND
4. Dwyane Wade, SG, MIA              71. Jonny Flynn, PG, MIN                      138. Yi Jianlian, PF, WAS
5. Kobe Bryant, SG, LAL              72. Luis Scola, PF, HOU                       139. Chris Duhon, PG, ORL
6. Deron Williams, PG, UTA           73. Wilson Chandler, SF, NY                   140. Mike Miller, SG, MIA
7. Carmelo Anthony, SF, DEN          74. Caron Butler, SF, DAL                     141. Josh McRoberts, PF, IND
8. Dirk Nowitzki, PF, DAL            75. Manu Ginobili, SG, SA                     142. Josh Childress, SG, PHO
9. Tyreke Evans, SG, SAC             76. Tayshaun Prince, SF, DET                  143. Omri Casspi, SF, SAC
10. Derrick Rose, PG, CHI            77. Paul Millsap, PF, UTA                     144. C.J. Watson, PG, GS
11. Dwight Howard, C, ORL            78. Jeff Teague, PG, ATL                      145. Charlie Villanueva, PF, DET
12. Rajon Rondo, PG, BOS             79. Jason Thompson, PF, SAC                   146. Will Bynum, PG, DET
13. David Lee, PF, GS                80. Jason Terry, SG, DAL                      147. Allen Iverson, SG, PHI
14. Andre Iguodala, SF, PHI          81. Lamar Odom, PF, LAL                       148. Marcus Thornton, PG, NO
15. Steve Nash, PG, PHO              82. Danilo Gallinari, SF, NY                  149. Kenyon Martin, PF, DEN
16. Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC       83. Hedo Turkoglu, SF, PHO                    150. James Harden, SG, OKC
17. Monta Ellis, SG, GS              84. Michael Beasley, PF, MIN                  151. Josh Howard, SF, WAS
18. Brandon Roy, SG, POR             85. Eric Gordon, SG, LAC                      152. Anthony Morrow, SG, NJ
19. Amar'e Stoudemire, PF, NY        86. Boris Diaw, SF, CHA                       153. Ben Gordon, SG, DET
20. Stephen Curry, PG, GS            87. Richard Hamilton, SG, DET                 154. Jermaine O'Neal, C, BOS
21. Chris Bosh, PF, MIA              88. Kevin Garnett, PF, BOS                    155. Anthony Parker, SG, CLE
22. Danny Granger, SF, IND           89. Corey Brewer, SF, MIN                     156. Earl Watson, PG, IND
23. Joe Johnson, SG, ATL             90. Kevin Martin, SG, HOU                     157. Kyle Lowry, PG, HOU
24. Brook Lopez, C, NJ               91. Roy Hibbert, C, IND                       158. Ryan Gomes, SF, LAC
25. Pau Gasol, PF, LAL               92. Mike Conley, PG, MEM                      159. Udonis Haslem, PF, MIA
26. Baron Davis, PG, LAC             93. Kirk Hinrich, PG, WAS                     160. Marvin Williams, SF, ATL
27. Zach Randolph, PF, MEM           94. Beno Udrih, PG, SAC                       161. Lou Williams, SG, PHI
28. Brandon Jennings, PG, MIL        95. Ray Allen, SG, BOS                        162. Randy Foye, SG, LAC
29. Darren Collison, PG, NO          96. Evan Turner, SG, PHI                      163. Linas Kleiza, SF, TOR
30. Raymond Felton, PG, NY           97. Jason Richardson, SG, PHO                 164. Tracy McGrady, SG, DET
31. Aaron Brooks, PG, HOU            98. Jarrett Jack, PG, TOR                     165. Shaun Livingston, PG, CHA
32. Jason Kidd, PG, DAL              99. Al Harrington, PF, DEN                    166. Ersan Ilyasova, SF, MIL
33. Devin Harris, PG, NJ             100. J.R. Smith, SG, DEN                      167. Brandon Rush, SF, IND
34. Stephen Jackson, SF, CHA         101. Andrew Bynum, C, LAL                     168. Wesley Johnson, SF, MIN
35. Antawn Jamison, PF, CLE          102. George Hill, PG, SA                      169. Andris Biedrins, C, GS
36. Al Horford, C, ATL               103. Emeka Okafor, C, NO                      170. Hakim Warrick, PF, PHO
37. Gerald Wallace, SF, CHA          104. Marcus Camby, C, POR                     171. Shane Battier, SF, HOU
38. Josh Smith, PF, ATL              105. Anthony Randolph, PF, NY                 172. Al Thornton, SF, WAS
39. Tim Duncan, PF, SA               106. Jameer Nelson, PG, ORL                   173. Dahntay Jones, SG, IND
40. Rodney Stuckey, PG, DET          107. Jrue Holiday, PG, PHI                    174. Mike Bibby, PG, ATL
41. John Salmons, SF, MIL            108. Elton Brand, PF, PHI                     175. Delonte West, PG, MIN
42. David West, PF, NO               109. Yao Ming, C, HOU                         176. Mario Chalmers, PG, MIA
43. Andrew Bogut, C, MIL             110. Luke Ridnour, PG, MIN                    177. Rasual Butler, SG, LAC
44. LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, POR       111. Richard Jefferson, SF, SA                178. Brad Miller, C, HOU
45. Andre Miller, PG, POR            112. Mehmet Okur, C, UTA                      179. Jordan Farmar, PG, NJ
46. Chauncey Billups, PG, DEN        113. Rashard Lewis, PF, ORL                   180. Ben Wallace, PF, DET
47. Gilbert Arenas, PG, WAS          114. Thaddeus Young, PF, PHI                  181. Wesley Matthews, SG, POR
48. Tony Parker, PG, SA              115. Shawn Marion, SF, DAL                    182. Jared Dudley, SF, PHO
49. Rudy Gay, SF, MEM                116. Kelenna Azubuike, SF, NY                 183. Jose Juan Barea, PG, DAL
50. Al Jefferson, C, UTA             117. Samuel Dalembert, C, SAC                 184. D.J. Augustin, PG, CHA
51. Kevin Love, PF, MIN              118. Andrei Kirilenko, SF, UTA                185. Drew Gooden, PF, LAC
52. Mo Williams, PG, CLE             119. Taj Gibson, PF, CHI                      186. Ty Lawson, PG, DEN
53. Marc Gasol, C, MEM               120. Jose Calderon, PG, TOR                   187. Timofey Mozgov, C, NY
54. O.J. Mayo, SG, MEM               121. Tyrus Thomas, PF, CHA                    188. Chuck Hayes, PF, HOU
55. Paul Pierce, SF, BOS             122. Ramon Sessions, PG, CLE                  189. Jamario Moon, SF, CLE
56. Chris Kaman, C, LAC              123. Corey Maggette, SF, MIL                  190. Shaquille O'Neal, C, BOS
57. Jeff Green, PF, OKC              124. Derrick Favors, PF, NJ                   191. Steve Blake, PG, LAL
58. Troy Murphy, PF, IND             125. Anthony Tolliver, C, GS                  192. Arron Afflalo, SG, DEN
59. Carl Landry, PF, SAC             126. Courtney Lee, SG, NJ                     193. Amir Johnson, SF, TOR
60. Jamal Crawford, PG, ATL          127. Ron Artest, SF, LAL                      194. Peja Stojakovic, SF, NO
61. Luol Deng, SF, CHI               128. Anderson Varejao, PF, CLE                195. Bill Walker, SG, NY
62. Nene, C, DEN                     129. Terrence Williams, SG, NJ                196. A.J. Price, PG, IND
63. Blake Griffin, PF, LAC           130. DeJuan Blair, PF, SA                     197. Greivis Vasquez, PG, MEM
64. Andrea Bargnani, C, TOR          131. Grant Hill, SF, PHO                      198. Darko Milicic, C, MIN
65. Trevor Ariza, SF, HOU            132. Channing Frye, C, PHO                    199. J.J. Redick, SG, ORL
66. Vince Carter, SG, ORL            133. Spencer Hawes, C, PHI                    200. Brendan Haywood, C, DAL
67. Andray Blatche, C, WAS           134. DeMarcus Cousins, PF, SAC
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Top 200 (Rotisserie)
1. Chris Paul, PG, NO                68. Samuel Dalembert, C, SAC                  135. Spencer Hawes, C, PHI
2. LeBron James, SF, MIA             69. Al Harrington, PF, DEN                    136. Chuck Hayes, PF, HOU
3. Kevin Durant, SF, OKC             70. LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, POR                137. Wesley Johnson, SF, MIN
4. Danny Granger, SF, IND            71. Al Jefferson, C, UTA                      138. Peja Stojakovic, SF, NO
5. Dwyane Wade, SG, MIA              72. Tyrus Thomas, PF, CHA                     139. Yi Jianlian, PF, WAS
6. Stephen Curry, PG, GS             73. Corey Brewer, SF, MIN                     140. Omri Casspi, SF, SAC
7. Jason Kidd, PG, DAL               74. Lamar Odom, PF, LAL                       141. Amir Johnson, SF, TOR
8. Dwight Howard, C, ORL             75. Channing Frye, C, PHO                     142. Jose Calderon, PG, TOR
9. Andre Iguodala, SF, PHI           76. Vince Carter, SG, ORL                     143. Mike Miller, SG, MIA
10. Kobe Bryant, SG, LAL             77. Paul Millsap, PF, UTA                     144. Thaddeus Young, PF, PHI
11. Baron Davis, PG, LAC             78. Anthony Randolph, PF, NY                  145. Jared Dudley, SF, PHO
12. Josh Smith, PF, ATL              79. Zach Randolph, PF, MEM                    146. Charlie Villanueva, PF, DET
13. Brandon Jennings, PG, MIL        80. Courtney Lee, SG, NJ                      147. Jordan Farmar, PG, NJ
14. Rajon Rondo, PG, BOS             81. Andrei Kirilenko, SF, UTA                 148. Grant Hill, SF, PHO
15. Deron Williams, PG, UTA          82. Chris Kaman, C, LAC                       149. Nicolas Batum, SG, POR
16. Aaron Brooks, PG, HOU            83. Hedo Turkoglu, SF, PHO                    150. Derrick Favors, PF, NJ
17. Danilo Gallinari, SF, NY         84. Roy Hibbert, C, IND                       151. DeMarcus Cousins, PF, SAC
18. Gerald Wallace, SF, CHA          85. David West, PF, NO                        152. Carlos Boozer, PF, CHI
19. Dirk Nowitzki, PF, DAL           86. Rodney Stuckey, PG, DET                   153. Tony Parker, PG, SA
20. Trevor Ariza, SF, HOU            87. Ben Wallace, PF, DET                      154. Mike Bibby, PG, ATL
21. Stephen Jackson, SF, CHA         88. Kevin Love, PF, MIN                       155. Luis Scola, PF, HOU
22. Joe Johnson, SG, ATL             89. Ron Artest, SF, LAL                       156. Rudy Fernandez, SG, POR
23. Steve Nash, PG, PHO              90. Kelenna Azubuike, SF, NY                  157. Evan Turner, SG, PHI
24. Carmelo Anthony, SF, DEN         91. Caron Butler, SF, DAL                     158. Richard Hamilton, SG, DET
25. Tyreke Evans, SG, SAC            92. Jrue Holiday, PG, PHI                     159. Ersan Ilyasova, SF, MIL
26. Troy Murphy, PF, IND             93. Anthony Tolliver, C, GS                   160. Andris Biedrins, C, GS
27. Chauncey Billups, PG, DEN        94. Brandon Rush, SF, IND                     161. Josh Childress, SG, PHO
28. Andrew Bogut, C, MIL             95. Rasual Butler, SG, LAC                    162. Yao Ming, C, HOU
29. Brook Lopez, C, NJ               96. Emeka Okafor, C, NO                       163. Delonte West, PG, MIN
30. John Salmons, SF, MIL            97. Mike Conley, PG, MEM                      164. Linas Kleiza, SF, TOR
31. Antawn Jamison, PF, CLE          98. Shawn Marion, SF, DAL                     165. Arron Afflalo, SG, DEN
32. Marcus Camby, C, POR             99. Tayshaun Prince, SF, DET                  166. Richard Jefferson, SF, SA
33. Raymond Felton, PG, NY           100. James Harden, SG, OKC                    167. Darko Milicic, C, MIN
34. Chris Bosh, PF, MIA              101. Anthony Morrow, SG, NJ                   168. Steve Blake, PG, LAL
35. Monta Ellis, SG, GS              102. Andre Miller, PG, POR                    169. Matt Bonner, C, SA
36. Andrea Bargnani, C, TOR          103. Mehmet Okur, C, UTA                      170. Ryan Gomes, SF, LAC
37. Brandon Roy, SG, POR             104. George Hill, PG, SA                      171. A.J. Price, PG, IND
38. Rudy Gay, SF, MEM                105. Boris Diaw, SF, CHA                      172. Jermaine O'Neal, C, BOS
39. Pau Gasol, PF, LAL               106. Jeff Teague, PG, ATL                     173. Thabo Sefolosha, SG, OKC
40. Al Horford, C, ATL               107. Jamario Moon, SF, CLE                    174. Quentin Richardson, SG, MIA
41. Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC       108. Blake Griffin, PF, LAC                   175. Ben Gordon, SG, DET
42. Mo Williams, PG, CLE             109. Luol Deng, SF, CHI                       176. Hasheem Thabeet, C, MEM
43. David Lee, PF, GS                110. Taj Gibson, PF, CHI                      177. DeJuan Blair, PF, SA
44. Amar'e Stoudemire, PF, NY        111. Anthony Parker, SG, CLE                  178. Randy Foye, SG, LAC
45. Derrick Rose, PG, CHI            112. Chris Andersen, PF, DEN                  179. Brendan Haywood, C, DAL
46. Joakim Noah, C, CHI              113. Kevin Garnett, PF, BOS                   180. Carlos Delfino, SG, MIL
47. Jeff Green, PF, OKC              114. Andrew Bynum, C, LAL                     181. Mickael Pietrus, SF, ORL
48. J.R. Smith, SG, DEN              115. John Wall, PG, WAS                       182. Bill Walker, SG, NY
49. Tim Duncan, PF, SA               116. Anderson Varejao, PF, CLE                183. Derek Fisher, PG, LAL
50. Manu Ginobili, SG, SA            117. Luke Ridnour, PG, MIN                    184. Kyle Lowry, PG, HOU
51. O.J. Mayo, SG, MEM               118. Kevin Martin, SG, HOU                    185. Marvin Williams, SF, ATL
52. Rashard Lewis, PF, ORL           119. Jameer Nelson, PG, ORL                   186. J.J. Redick, SG, ORL
53. Devin Harris, PG, NJ             120. Josh McRoberts, PF, IND                  187. Wesley Matthews, SG, POR
54. Jason Richardson, SG, PHO        121. Jonny Flynn, PG, MIN                     188. Donte Greene, SF, SAC
55. Gilbert Arenas, PG, WAS          122. Beno Udrih, PG, SAC                      189. D.J. Augustin, PG, CHA
56. Marc Gasol, C, MEM               123. Jason Thompson, PF, SAC                  190. Lou Williams, SG, PHI
57. Jason Terry, SG, DAL             124. Elton Brand, PF, PHI                     191. Josh Howard, SF, WAS
58. Shane Battier, SF, HOU           125. Chris Duhon, PG, ORL                     192. Chase Budinger, SG, HOU
59. Nene, C, DEN                     126. Nate Robinson, SG, BOS                   193. Roger Mason Jr., SG, SA
60. Jamal Crawford, PG, ATL          127. Greg Oden, C, POR                        194. Earl Watson, PG, IND
61. Paul Pierce, SF, BOS             128. Jarrett Jack, PG, TOR                    195. Greivis Vasquez, PG, MEM
62. Andray Blatche, C, WAS           129. C.J. Watson, PG, GS                      196. Toney Douglas, SG, NY
63. Wilson Chandler, SF, NY          130. Michael Beasley, PF, MIN                 197. Terrence Williams, SG, NJ
64. Kirk Hinrich, PG, WAS            131. Carl Landry, PF, SAC                     198. James Singleton, PF, WAS
65. Ray Allen, SG, BOS               132. Mario Chalmers, PG, MIA                  199. Erick Dampier, C, CHA
66. Darren Collison, PG, NO          133. Kenyon Martin, PF, DEN                   200. Dorell Wright, SF, GS
67. Eric Gordon, SG, LAC             134. Marcus Thornton, PG, NO
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Player Rankings (Head-to-Head)
Centers                              Forwards
1. Dwight Howard, C, ORL             1. Kevin Durant, SF, OKC                      51. Andrei Kirilenko, SF, UTA
2. Brook Lopez, C, NJ                2. LeBron James, SF, MIA                      52. Taj Gibson, PF, CHI
3. Al Horford, C, ATL                3. Carmelo Anthony, SF, DEN                   53. Tyrus Thomas, PF, CHA
4. Andrew Bogut, C, MIL              4. Dirk Nowitzki, PF, DAL                     54. Corey Maggette, SF, MIL
5. Al Jefferson, C, UTA              5. David Lee, PF, GS                          55. Derrick Favors, PF, NJ
6. Marc Gasol, C, MEM                6. Andre Iguodala, SF, PHI                    56. Ron Artest, SF, LAL
7. Chris Kaman, C, LAC               7. Amar'e Stoudemire, PF, NY                  57. Anderson Varejao, PF, CLE
8. Nene, C, DEN                      8. Chris Bosh, PF, MIA                        58. DeJuan Blair, PF, SA
9. Andrea Bargnani, C, TOR           9. Danny Granger, SF, IND                     59. Grant Hill, SF, PHO
10. Andray Blatche, C, WAS           10. Pau Gasol, PF, LAL                        60. DeMarcus Cousins, PF, SAC
11. Joakim Noah, C, CHI              11. Zach Randolph, PF, MEM                    61. Yi Jianlian, PF, WAS
12. Roy Hibbert, C, IND              12. Stephen Jackson, SF, CHA                  62. Josh McRoberts, PF, IND
13. Andrew Bynum, C, LAL             13. Antawn Jamison, PF, CLE                   63. Omri Casspi, SF, SAC
14. Emeka Okafor, C, NO              14. Gerald Wallace, SF, CHA                   64. Charlie Villanueva, PF, DET
15. Marcus Camby, C, POR             15. Josh Smith, PF, ATL                       65. Kenyon Martin, PF, DEN
16. Yao Ming, C, HOU                 16. Tim Duncan, PF, SA                        66. Josh Howard, SF, WAS
17. Mehmet Okur, C, UTA              17. John Salmons, SF, MIL                     67. Ryan Gomes, SF, LAC
18. Samuel Dalembert, C, SAC         18. David West, PF, NO                        68. Udonis Haslem, PF, MIA
19. Anthony Tolliver, C, GS          19. LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, POR                69. Marvin Williams, SF, ATL
20. Channing Frye, C, PHO            20. Rudy Gay, SF, MEM                         70. Linas Kleiza, SF, TOR
21. Spencer Hawes, C, PHI            21. Kevin Love, PF, MIN                       71. Ersan Ilyasova, SF, MIL
22. Greg Oden, C, POR                22. Paul Pierce, SF, BOS                      72. Brandon Rush, SF, IND
23. Jermaine O'Neal, C, BOS          23. Jeff Green, PF, OKC                       73. Wesley Johnson, SF, MIN
24. Andris Biedrins, C, GS           24. Troy Murphy, PF, IND                      74. Hakim Warrick, PF, PHO
25. Brad Miller, C, HOU              25. Carl Landry, PF, SAC                      75. Shane Battier, SF, HOU
26. Timofey Mozgov, C, NY            26. Luol Deng, SF, CHI                        76. Al Thornton, SF, WAS
27. Shaquille O'Neal, C, BOS         27. Blake Griffin, PF, LAC                    77. Ben Wallace, PF, DET
28. Darko Milicic, C, MIN            28. Trevor Ariza, SF, HOU                     78. Jared Dudley, SF, PHO
29. Brendan Haywood, C, DAL          29. Carlos Boozer, PF, CHI                    79. Drew Gooden, PF, LAC
30. Erick Dampier, C, CHA            30. Luis Scola, PF, HOU                       80. Chuck Hayes, PF, HOU
31. Nick Collison, C, OKC            31. Wilson Chandler, SF, NY                   81. Jamario Moon, SF, CLE
32. Matt Bonner, C, SA               32. Caron Butler, SF, DAL                     82. Amir Johnson, SF, TOR
33. Tyson Chandler, C, DAL           33. Tayshaun Prince, SF, DET                  83. Peja Stojakovic, SF, NO
34. Nenad Krstic, C, OKC             34. Paul Millsap, PF, UTA                     84. Travis Outlaw, SF, NJ
35. Joel Przybilla, C, POR           35. Jason Thompson, PF, SAC                   85. J.J. Hickson, PF, CLE
36. Cole Aldrich, C, OKC             36. Lamar Odom, PF, LAL                       86. Tiago Splitter, PF, SA
37. Darius Songaila, C, NO           37. Danilo Gallinari, SF, NY                  87. Chris Andersen, PF, DEN
38. Jared Jeffries, C, HOU           38. Hedo Turkoglu, SF, PHO                    88. James Singleton, PF, WAS
39. Marcin Gortat, C, ORL            39. Michael Beasley, PF, MIN                  89. Ed Davis, PF, TOR
40. JaVale McGee, C, WAS             40. Boris Diaw, SF, CHA                       90. Jason Maxiell, PF, DET
41. Ryan Hollins, C, CLE             41. Kevin Garnett, PF, BOS                    91. Tyler Hansbrough, PF, IND
42. Hasheem Thabeet, C, MEM          42. Corey Brewer, SF, MIN                     92. Robin Lopez, PF, PHO
43. Eddy Curry, C, NY                43. Al Harrington, PF, DEN                    93. Matt Barnes, SF, LAL
44. Ronny Turiaf, C, NY              44. Anthony Randolph, PF, NY                  94. Donte Greene, SF, SAC
45. Nazr Mohammed, C, CHA            45. Elton Brand, PF, PHI                      95. Antonio McDyess, PF, SA
46. Zydrunas Ilgauskas, C, MIA       46. Richard Jefferson, SF, SA                 96. Dorell Wright, SF, GS
47. David Andersen, C, TOR           47. Rashard Lewis, PF, ORL                    97. Kris Humphries, PF, NJ
48. Zaza Pachulia, C, ATL            48. Thaddeus Young, PF, PHI                   98. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, SF, MIL
49. DeAndre Jordan, C, LAC           49. Shawn Marion, SF, DAL                     99. Greg Monroe, PF, DET
50. Josh Boone, C, NJ                50. Kelenna Azubuike, SF, NY                  100. Serge Ibaka, PF, OKC




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Guards
1. Chris Paul, PG, NO               51. Ramon Sessions, PG, CLE
2. Dwyane Wade, SG, MIA             52. Courtney Lee, SG, NJ
3. Kobe Bryant, SG, LAL             53. Terrence Williams, SG, NJ
4. Deron Williams, PG, UTA          54. Nate Robinson, SG, BOS
5. Tyreke Evans, SG, SAC            55. T.J. Ford, PG, IND
6. Derrick Rose, PG, CHI            56. Chris Duhon, PG, ORL
7. Rajon Rondo, PG, BOS             57. Mike Miller, SG, MIA
8. Steve Nash, PG, PHO              58. Josh Childress, SG, PHO
9. Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC       59. C.J. Watson, PG, GS
10. Monta Ellis, SG, GS             60. Will Bynum, PG, DET
11. Brandon Roy, SG, POR            61. Allen Iverson, SG, PHI
12. Stephen Curry, PG, GS           62. Marcus Thornton, PG, NO
13. Joe Johnson, SG, ATL            63. James Harden, SG, OKC
14. Baron Davis, PG, LAC            64. Anthony Morrow, SG, NJ
15. Brandon Jennings, PG, MIL       65. Ben Gordon, SG, DET
16. Darren Collison, PG, NO         66. Anthony Parker, SG, CLE
17. Raymond Felton, PG, NY          67. Earl Watson, PG, IND
18. Aaron Brooks, PG, HOU           68. Kyle Lowry, PG, HOU
19. Jason Kidd, PG, DAL             69. Lou Williams, SG, PHI
20. Devin Harris, PG, NJ            70. Randy Foye, SG, LAC
21. Rodney Stuckey, PG, DET         71. Tracy McGrady, SG, DET
22. Andre Miller, PG, POR           72. Shaun Livingston, PG, CHA
23. Chauncey Billups, PG, DEN       73. Dahntay Jones, SG, IND
24. Gilbert Arenas, PG, WAS         74. Mike Bibby, PG, ATL
25. Tony Parker, PG, SA             75. Delonte West, PG, MIN
26. Mo Williams, PG, CLE            76. Mario Chalmers, PG, MIA
27. O.J. Mayo, SG, MEM              77. Rasual Butler, SG, LAC
28. Jamal Crawford, PG, ATL         78. Jordan Farmar, PG, NJ
29. Vince Carter, SG, ORL           79. Wesley Matthews, SG, POR
30. John Wall, PG, WAS              80. Jose Juan Barea, PG, DAL
31. Jonny Flynn, PG, MIN            81. D.J. Augustin, PG, CHA
32. Manu Ginobili, SG, SA           82. Ty Lawson, PG, DEN
33. Jeff Teague, PG, ATL            83. Steve Blake, PG, LAL
34. Jason Terry, SG, DAL            84. Arron Afflalo, SG, DEN
35. Eric Gordon, SG, LAC            85. Bill Walker, SG, NY
36. Richard Hamilton, SG, DET       86. A.J. Price, PG, IND
37. Kevin Martin, SG, HOU           87. Greivis Vasquez, PG, MEM
38. Mike Conley, PG, MEM            88. J.J. Redick, SG, ORL
39. Kirk Hinrich, PG, WAS           89. Eric Maynor, PG, OKC
40. Beno Udrih, PG, SAC             90. DeMar DeRozan, SG, TOR
41. Ray Allen, SG, BOS              91. Ronald Murray, PG, CHI
42. Evan Turner, SG, PHI            92. Derek Fisher, PG, LAL
43. Jason Richardson, SG, PHO       93. Chase Budinger, SG, HOU
44. Jarrett Jack, PG, TOR           94. Chris Douglas-Roberts, SG, MIL
45. J.R. Smith, SG, DEN             95. Thabo Sefolosha, SG, OKC
46. George Hill, PG, SA             96. Toney Douglas, SG, NY
47. Jameer Nelson, PG, ORL          97. Sonny Weems, SG, TOR
48. Jrue Holiday, PG, PHI           98. Bobby Jackson, PG, SAC
49. Luke Ridnour, PG, MIN           99. Mike Dunleavy, SG, IND
50. Jose Calderon, PG, TOR          100. Quentin Richardson, SG, MIA




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Rotisserie Player Rankings
Centers                              Forwards
1. Dwight Howard, C, ORL             1. LeBron James, SF, MIA                      51. Kevin Garnett, PF, BOS
2. Andrew Bogut, C, MIL              2. Kevin Durant, SF, OKC                      52. Anderson Varejao, PF, CLE
3. Brook Lopez, C, NJ                3. Danny Granger, SF, IND                     53. Josh McRoberts, PF, IND
4. Marcus Camby, C, POR              4. Andre Iguodala, SF, PHI                    54. Jason Thompson, PF, SAC
5. Andrea Bargnani, C, TOR           5. Josh Smith, PF, ATL                        55. Elton Brand, PF, PHI
6. Al Horford, C, ATL                6. Danilo Gallinari, SF, NY                   56. Michael Beasley, PF, MIN
7. Joakim Noah, C, CHI               7. Gerald Wallace, SF, CHA                    57. Carl Landry, PF, SAC
8. Marc Gasol, C, MEM                8. Dirk Nowitzki, PF, DAL                     58. Kenyon Martin, PF, DEN
9. Nene, C, DEN                      9. Trevor Ariza, SF, HOU                      59. Chuck Hayes, PF, HOU
10. Andray Blatche, C, WAS           10. Stephen Jackson, SF, CHA                  60. Wesley Johnson, SF, MIN
11. Samuel Dalembert, C, SAC         11. Carmelo Anthony, SF, DEN                  61. Peja Stojakovic, SF, NO
12. Al Jefferson, C, UTA             12. Troy Murphy, PF, IND                      62. Yi Jianlian, PF, WAS
13. Channing Frye, C, PHO            13. John Salmons, SF, MIL                     63. Omri Casspi, SF, SAC
14. Chris Kaman, C, LAC              14. Antawn Jamison, PF, CLE                   64. Amir Johnson, SF, TOR
15. Roy Hibbert, C, IND              15. Chris Bosh, PF, MIA                       65. Thaddeus Young, PF, PHI
16. Anthony Tolliver, C, GS          16. Rudy Gay, SF, MEM                         66. Jared Dudley, SF, PHO
17. Emeka Okafor, C, NO              17. Pau Gasol, PF, LAL                        67. Charlie Villanueva, PF, DET
18. Mehmet Okur, C, UTA              18. David Lee, PF, GS                         68. Grant Hill, SF, PHO
19. Andrew Bynum, C, LAL             19. Amar'e Stoudemire, PF, NY                 69. Derrick Favors, PF, NJ
20. Greg Oden, C, POR                20. Jeff Green, PF, OKC                       70. DeMarcus Cousins, PF, SAC
21. Spencer Hawes, C, PHI            21. Tim Duncan, PF, SA                        71. Carlos Boozer, PF, CHI
22. Andris Biedrins, C, GS           22. Rashard Lewis, PF, ORL                    72. Luis Scola, PF, HOU
23. Yao Ming, C, HOU                 23. Shane Battier, SF, HOU                    73. Ersan Ilyasova, SF, MIL
24. Darko Milicic, C, MIN            24. Paul Pierce, SF, BOS                      74. Linas Kleiza, SF, TOR
25. Matt Bonner, C, SA               25. Wilson Chandler, SF, NY                   75. Richard Jefferson, SF, SA
26. Jermaine O'Neal, C, BOS          26. Al Harrington, PF, DEN                    76. Ryan Gomes, SF, LAC
27. Hasheem Thabeet, C, MEM          27. LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, POR                77. DeJuan Blair, PF, SA
28. Brendan Haywood, C, DAL          28. Tyrus Thomas, PF, CHA                     78. Mickael Pietrus, SF, ORL
29. Erick Dampier, C, CHA            29. Corey Brewer, SF, MIN                     79. Marvin Williams, SF, ATL
30. Brad Miller, C, HOU              30. Lamar Odom, PF, LAL                       80. Donte Greene, SF, SAC
31. Timofey Mozgov, C, NY            31. Paul Millsap, PF, UTA                     81. Josh Howard, SF, WAS
32. Joel Przybilla, C, POR           32. Anthony Randolph, PF, NY                  82. James Singleton, PF, WAS
33. Ronny Turiaf, C, NY              33. Zach Randolph, PF, MEM                    83. Dorell Wright, SF, GS
34. Marcin Gortat, C, ORL            34. Andrei Kirilenko, SF, UTA                 84. Travis Outlaw, SF, NJ
35. JaVale McGee, C, WAS             35. Hedo Turkoglu, SF, PHO                    85. Serge Ibaka, PF, OKC
36. Jared Jeffries, C, HOU           36. David West, PF, NO                        86. Matt Barnes, SF, LAL
37. Shaquille O'Neal, C, BOS         37. Ben Wallace, PF, DET                      87. James Posey, SF, NO
38. Nick Collison, C, OKC            38. Kevin Love, PF, MIN                       88. Robin Lopez, PF, PHO
39. Cole Aldrich, C, OKC             39. Ron Artest, SF, LAL                       89. Andres Nocioni, SF, PHI
40. Tyson Chandler, C, DAL           40. Kelenna Azubuike, SF, NY                  90. Martell Webster, SF, MIN
41. Nenad Krstic, C, OKC             41. Caron Butler, SF, DAL                     91. Al Thornton, SF, WAS
42. Ryan Hollins, C, CLE             42. Brandon Rush, SF, IND                     92. C.J. Miles, SF, UTA
43. DeAndre Jordan, C, LAC           43. Shawn Marion, SF, DAL                     93. Udonis Haslem, PF, MIA
44. Kurt Thomas, C, CHI              44. Tayshaun Prince, SF, DET                  94. Jason Maxiell, PF, DET
45. Nazr Mohammed, C, CHA            45. Boris Diaw, SF, CHA                       95. Corey Maggette, SF, MIL
46. Josh Boone, C, NJ                46. Jamario Moon, SF, CLE                     96. Tiago Splitter, PF, SA
47. Darius Songaila, C, NO           47. Blake Griffin, PF, LAC                    97. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, SF, MIL
48. Zydrunas Ilgauskas, C, MIA       48. Luol Deng, SF, CHI                        98. Ryan Anderson, PF, ORL
49. David Andersen, C, TOR           49. Taj Gibson, PF, CHI                       99. Drew Gooden, PF, LAC
50. Theo Ratliff, C, LAL             50. Chris Andersen, PF, DEN                   100. Ed Davis, PF, TOR




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1. Chris Paul, PG, NO                51. Chris Duhon, PG, ORL
2. Dwyane Wade, SG, MIA              52. Nate Robinson, SG, BOS
3. Stephen Curry, PG, GS             53. Jarrett Jack, PG, TOR
4. Jason Kidd, PG, DAL               54. C.J. Watson, PG, GS
5. Kobe Bryant, SG, LAL              55. Mario Chalmers, PG, MIA
6. Baron Davis, PG, LAC              56. Marcus Thornton, PG, NO
7. Brandon Jennings, PG, MIL         57. Jose Calderon, PG, TOR
8. Rajon Rondo, PG, BOS              58. Mike Miller, SG, MIA
9. Deron Williams, PG, UTA           59. Jordan Farmar, PG, NJ
10. Aaron Brooks, PG, HOU            60. Nicolas Batum, SG, POR
11. Joe Johnson, SG, ATL             61. Tony Parker, PG, SA
12. Steve Nash, PG, PHO              62. Mike Bibby, PG, ATL
13. Tyreke Evans, SG, SAC            63. Rudy Fernandez, SG, POR
14. Chauncey Billups, PG, DEN        64. Evan Turner, SG, PHI
15. Raymond Felton, PG, NY           65. Richard Hamilton, SG, DET
16. Monta Ellis, SG, GS              66. Josh Childress, SG, PHO
17. Brandon Roy, SG, POR             67. Delonte West, PG, MIN
18. Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC       68. Arron Afflalo, SG, DEN
19. Mo Williams, PG, CLE             69. Steve Blake, PG, LAL
20. Derrick Rose, PG, CHI            70. A.J. Price, PG, IND
21. J.R. Smith, SG, DEN              71. Thabo Sefolosha, SG, OKC
22. Manu Ginobili, SG, SA            72. Quentin Richardson, SG, MIA
23. O.J. Mayo, SG, MEM               73. Ben Gordon, SG, DET
24. Devin Harris, PG, NJ             74. Randy Foye, SG, LAC
25. Jason Richardson, SG, PHO        75. Carlos Delfino, SG, MIL
26. Gilbert Arenas, PG, WAS          76. Bill Walker, SG, NY
27. Jason Terry, SG, DAL             77. Derek Fisher, PG, LAL
28. Jamal Crawford, PG, ATL          78. Kyle Lowry, PG, HOU
29. Kirk Hinrich, PG, WAS            79. J.J. Redick, SG, ORL
30. Ray Allen, SG, BOS               80. Wesley Matthews, SG, POR
31. Darren Collison, PG, NO          81. D.J. Augustin, PG, CHA
32. Eric Gordon, SG, LAC             82. Lou Williams, SG, PHI
33. Vince Carter, SG, ORL            83. Chase Budinger, SG, HOU
34. Courtney Lee, SG, NJ             84. Roger Mason Jr., SG, SA
35. Rodney Stuckey, PG, DET          85. Earl Watson, PG, IND
36. Jrue Holiday, PG, PHI            86. Greivis Vasquez, PG, MEM
37. Rasual Butler, SG, LAC           87. Toney Douglas, SG, NY
38. Mike Conley, PG, MEM             88. Terrence Williams, SG, NJ
39. James Harden, SG, OKC            89. Tracy McGrady, SG, DET
40. Anthony Morrow, SG, NJ           90. Bobby Jackson, PG, SAC
41. Andre Miller, PG, POR            91. Raja Bell, SG, UTA
42. George Hill, PG, SA              92. Daniel Gibson, PG, CLE
43. Jeff Teague, PG, ATL             93. T.J. Ford, PG, IND
44. Anthony Parker, SG, CLE          94. Rafer Alston, PG, MIA
45. John Wall, PG, WAS               95. Ramon Sessions, PG, CLE
46. Luke Ridnour, PG, MIN            96. Allen Iverson, SG, PHI
47. Kevin Martin, SG, HOU            97. Shannon Brown, PG, LAL
48. Jameer Nelson, PG, ORL           98. Daequan Cook, SG, OKC
49. Jonny Flynn, PG, MIN             99. Jose Juan Barea, PG, DAL
50. Beno Udrih, PG, SAC              100. Mike Dunleavy, SG, IND




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Top 200
1. Kevin Durant, SF, OKC         41. John Salmons, SF, MIL            81. Lamar Odom, PF, LAL                 121. Tyrus Thomas, PF, CHA         161. Lou Williams, SG, PHI
2. Chris Paul, PG, NO            42. David West, PF, NO               82. Danilo Gallinari, SF, NY            122. Ramon Sessions, PG, CLE       162. Randy Foye, SG, LAC
3. LeBron James, SF, MIA         43. Andrew Bogut, C, MIL             83. Hedo Turkoglu, SF, PHO              123. Corey Maggette, SF, MIL       163. Linas Kleiza, SF, TOR
4. Dwyane Wade, SG, MIA          44. LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, POR       84. Michael Beasley, PF, MIN            124. Derrick Favors, PF, NJ        164. Tracy McGrady, SG, DET
5. Kobe Bryant, SG, LAL          45. Andre Miller, PG, POR            85. Eric Gordon, SG, LAC                125. Anthony Tolliver, C, GS       165. Shaun Livingston, PG, CHA
6. Deron Williams, PG, UTA       46. Chauncey Billups, PG, DEN        86. Boris Diaw, SF, CHA                 126. Courtney Lee, SG, NJ          166. Ersan Ilyasova, SF, MIL
7. Carmelo Anthony, SF, DEN      47. Gilbert Arenas, PG, WAS          87. Richard Hamilton, SG, DET           127. Ron Artest, SF, LAL           167. Brandon Rush, SF, IND
8. Dirk Nowitzki, PF, DAL        48. Tony Parker, PG, SA              88. Kevin Garnett, PF, BOS              128. Anderson Varejao, PF, CLE     168. Wesley Johnson, SF, MIN
9. Tyreke Evans, SG, SAC         49. Rudy Gay, SF, MEM                89. Corey Brewer, SF, MIN               129. Terrence Williams, SG, NJ     169. Andris Biedrins, C, GS
10. Derrick Rose, PG, CHI        50. Al Jefferson, C, UTA             90. Kevin Martin, SG, HOU               130. DeJuan Blair, PF, SA          170. Hakim Warrick, PF, PHO
11. Dwight Howard, C, ORL        51. Kevin Love, PF, MIN              91. Roy Hibbert, C, IND                 131. Grant Hill, SF, PHO           171. Shane Battier, SF, HOU
12. Rajon Rondo, PG, BOS         52. Mo Williams, PG, CLE             92. Mike Conley, PG, MEM                132. Channing Frye, C, PHO         172. Al Thornton, SF, WAS
13. David Lee, PF, GS            53. Marc Gasol, C, MEM               93. Kirk Hinrich, PG, WAS               133. Spencer Hawes, C, PHI         173. Dahntay Jones, SG, IND
14. Andre Iguodala, SF, PHI      54. O.J. Mayo, SG, MEM               94. Beno Udrih, PG, SAC                 134. DeMarcus Cousins, PF, SAC     174. Mike Bibby, PG, ATL
15. Steve Nash, PG, PHO          55. Paul Pierce, SF, BOS             95. Ray Allen, SG, BOS                  135. Nate Robinson, SG, BOS        175. Delonte West, PG, MIN
16. Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC   56. Chris Kaman, C, LAC              96. Evan Turner, SG, PHI                136. Greg Oden, C, POR             176. Mario Chalmers, PG, MIA
17. Monta Ellis, SG, GS          57. Jeff Green, PF, OKC              97. Jason Richardson, SG, PHO           137. T.J. Ford, PG, IND            177. Rasual Butler, SG, LAC
18. Brandon Roy, SG, POR         58. Troy Murphy, PF, IND             98. Jarrett Jack, PG, TOR               138. Yi Jianlian, PF, WAS          178. Brad Miller, C, HOU
19. Amar'e Stoudemire, PF, NY    59. Carl Landry, PF, SAC             99. Al Harrington, PF, DEN              139. Chris Duhon, PG, ORL          179. Jordan Farmar, PG, NJ
20. Stephen Curry, PG, GS        60. Jamal Crawford, PG, ATL          100. J.R. Smith, SG, DEN                140. Mike Miller, SG, MIA          180. Ben Wallace, PF, DET
21. Chris Bosh, PF, MIA          61. Luol Deng, SF, CHI               101. Andrew Bynum, C, LAL               141. Josh McRoberts, PF, IND       181. Wesley Matthews, SG, POR
22. Danny Granger, SF, IND       62. Nene, C, DEN                     102. George Hill, PG, SA                142. Josh Childress, SG, PHO       182. Jared Dudley, SF, PHO
23. Joe Johnson, SG, ATL         63. Blake Griffin, PF, LAC           103. Emeka Okafor, C, NO                143. Omri Casspi, SF, SAC          183. Jose Juan Barea, PG, DAL
24. Brook Lopez, C, NJ           64. Andrea Bargnani, C, TOR          104. Marcus Camby, C, POR               144. C.J. Watson, PG, GS           184. D.J. Augustin, PG, CHA
25. Pau Gasol, PF, LAL           65. Trevor Ariza, SF, HOU            105. Anthony Randolph, PF, NY           145. Charlie Villanueva, PF, DET   185. Drew Gooden, PF, LAC
26. Baron Davis, PG, LAC         66. Vince Carter, SG, ORL            106. Jameer Nelson, PG, ORL             146. Will Bynum, PG, DET           186. Ty Lawson, PG, DEN
27. Zach Randolph, PF, MEM       67. Andray Blatche, C, WAS           107. Jrue Holiday, PG, PHI              147. Allen Iverson, SG, PHI        187. Timofey Mozgov, C, NY
28. Brandon Jennings, PG, MIL    68. John Wall, PG, WAS               108. Elton Brand, PF, PHI               148. Marcus Thornton, PG, NO       188. Chuck Hayes, PF, HOU
29. Darren Collison, PG, NO      69. Carlos Boozer, PF, CHI           109. Yao Ming, C, HOU                   149. Kenyon Martin, PF, DEN        189. Jamario Moon, SF, CLE
30. Raymond Felton, PG, NY       70. Joakim Noah, C, CHI              110. Luke Ridnour, PG, MIN              150. James Harden, SG, OKC         190. Shaquille O'Neal, C, BOS
31. Aaron Brooks, PG, HOU        71. Jonny Flynn, PG, MIN             111. Richard Jefferson, SF, SA          151. Josh Howard, SF, WAS          191. Steve Blake, PG, LAL
32. Jason Kidd, PG, DAL          72. Luis Scola, PF, HOU              112. Mehmet Okur, C, UTA                152. Anthony Morrow, SG, NJ        192. Arron Afflalo, SG, DEN
33. Devin Harris, PG, NJ         73. Wilson Chandler, SF, NY          113. Rashard Lewis, PF, ORL             153. Ben Gordon, SG, DET           193. Amir Johnson, SF, TOR
34. Stephen Jackson, SF, CHA     74. Caron Butler, SF, DAL            114. Thaddeus Young, PF, PHI            154. Jermaine O'Neal, C, BOS       194. Peja Stojakovic, SF, NO
35. Antawn Jamison, PF, CLE      75. Manu Ginobili, SG, SA            115. Shawn Marion, SF, DAL              155. Anthony Parker, SG, CLE       195. Bill Walker, SG, NY
36. Al Horford, C, ATL           76. Tayshaun Prince, SF, DET         116. Kelenna Azubuike, SF, NY           156. Earl Watson, PG, IND          196. A.J. Price, PG, IND
37. Gerald Wallace, SF, CHA      77. Paul Millsap, PF, UTA            117. Samuel Dalembert, C, SAC           157. Kyle Lowry, PG, HOU           197. Greivis Vasquez, PG, MEM
38. Josh Smith, PF, ATL          78. Jeff Teague, PG, ATL             118. Andrei Kirilenko, SF, UTA          158. Ryan Gomes, SF, LAC           198. Darko Milicic, C, MIN
39. Tim Duncan, PF, SA           79. Jason Thompson, PF, SAC          119. Taj Gibson, PF, CHI                159. Udonis Haslem, PF, MIA        199. J.J. Redick, SG, ORL
40. Rodney Stuckey, PG, DET      80. Jason Terry, SG, DAL             120. Jose Calderon, PG, TOR             160. Marvin Williams, SF, ATL      200. Brendan Haywood, C, DAL




Rankings by Position
Centers                          Forwards                                                                     Guards
1. Dwight Howard, C, ORL         1. Kevin Durant, SF, OKC             51. Andrei Kirilenko, SF, UTA           1. Chris Paul, PG, NO              51. Ramon Sessions, PG, CLE
2. Brook Lopez, C, NJ            2. LeBron James, SF, MIA             52. Taj Gibson, PF, CHI                 2. Dwyane Wade, SG, MIA            52. Courtney Lee, SG, NJ
3. Al Horford, C, ATL            3. Carmelo Anthony, SF, DEN          53. Tyrus Thomas, PF, CHA               3. Kobe Bryant, SG, LAL            53. Terrence Williams, SG, NJ
4. Andrew Bogut, C, MIL          4. Dirk Nowitzki, PF, DAL            54. Corey Maggette, SF, MIL             4. Deron Williams, PG, UTA         54. Nate Robinson, SG, BOS
5. Al Jefferson, C, UTA          5. David Lee, PF, GS                 55. Derrick Favors, PF, NJ              5. Tyreke Evans, SG, SAC           55. T.J. Ford, PG, IND
6. Marc Gasol, C, MEM            6. Andre Iguodala, SF, PHI           56. Ron Artest, SF, LAL                 6. Derrick Rose, PG, CHI           56. Chris Duhon, PG, ORL
7. Chris Kaman, C, LAC           7. Amar'e Stoudemire, PF, NY         57. Anderson Varejao, PF, CLE           7. Rajon Rondo, PG, BOS            57. Mike Miller, SG, MIA
8. Nene, C, DEN                  8. Chris Bosh, PF, MIA               58. DeJuan Blair, PF, SA                8. Steve Nash, PG, PHO             58. Josh Childress, SG, PHO
9. Andrea Bargnani, C, TOR       9. Danny Granger, SF, IND            59. Grant Hill, SF, PHO                 9. Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC      59. C.J. Watson, PG, GS
10. Andray Blatche, C, WAS       10. Pau Gasol, PF, LAL               60. DeMarcus Cousins, PF, SAC           10. Monta Ellis, SG, GS            60. Will Bynum, PG, DET
11. Joakim Noah, C, CHI          11. Zach Randolph, PF, MEM           61. Yi Jianlian, PF, WAS                11. Brandon Roy, SG, POR           61. Allen Iverson, SG, PHI
12. Roy Hibbert, C, IND          12. Stephen Jackson, SF, CHA         62. Josh McRoberts, PF, IND             12. Stephen Curry, PG, GS          62. Marcus Thornton, PG, NO
13. Andrew Bynum, C, LAL         13. Antawn Jamison, PF, CLE          63. Omri Casspi, SF, SAC                13. Joe Johnson, SG, ATL           63. James Harden, SG, OKC
14. Emeka Okafor, C, NO          14. Gerald Wallace, SF, CHA          64. Charlie Villanueva, PF, DET         14. Baron Davis, PG, LAC           64. Anthony Morrow, SG, NJ
15. Marcus Camby, C, POR         15. Josh Smith, PF, ATL              65. Kenyon Martin, PF, DEN              15. Brandon Jennings, PG, MIL      65. Ben Gordon, SG, DET
16. Yao Ming, C, HOU             16. Tim Duncan, PF, SA               66. Josh Howard, SF, WAS                16. Darren Collison, PG, NO        66. Anthony Parker, SG, CLE
17. Mehmet Okur, C, UTA          17. John Salmons, SF, MIL            67. Ryan Gomes, SF, LAC                 17. Raymond Felton, PG, NY         67. Earl Watson, PG, IND
18. Samuel Dalembert, C, SAC     18. David West, PF, NO               68. Udonis Haslem, PF, MIA              18. Aaron Brooks, PG, HOU          68. Kyle Lowry, PG, HOU
19. Anthony Tolliver, C, GS      19. LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, POR       69. Marvin Williams, SF, ATL            19. Jason Kidd, PG, DAL            69. Lou Williams, SG, PHI
20. Channing Frye, C, PHO        20. Rudy Gay, SF, MEM                70. Linas Kleiza, SF, TOR               20. Devin Harris, PG, NJ           70. Randy Foye, SG, LAC
21. Spencer Hawes, C, PHI        21. Kevin Love, PF, MIN              71. Ersan Ilyasova, SF, MIL             21. Rodney Stuckey, PG, DET        71. Tracy McGrady, SG, DET
22. Greg Oden, C, POR            22. Paul Pierce, SF, BOS             72. Brandon Rush, SF, IND               22. Andre Miller, PG, POR          72. Shaun Livingston, PG, CHA
23. Jermaine O'Neal, C, BOS      23. Jeff Green, PF, OKC              73. Wesley Johnson, SF, MIN             23. Chauncey Billups, PG, DEN      73. Dahntay Jones, SG, IND
24. Andris Biedrins, C, GS       24. Troy Murphy, PF, IND             74. Hakim Warrick, PF, PHO              24. Gilbert Arenas, PG, WAS        74. Mike Bibby, PG, ATL
25. Brad Miller, C, HOU          25. Carl Landry, PF, SAC             75. Shane Battier, SF, HOU              25. Tony Parker, PG, SA            75. Delonte West, PG, MIN
26. Timofey Mozgov, C, NY        26. Luol Deng, SF, CHI               76. Al Thornton, SF, WAS                26. Mo Williams, PG, CLE           76. Mario Chalmers, PG, MIA
27. Shaquille O'Neal, C, BOS     27. Blake Griffin, PF, LAC           77. Ben Wallace, PF, DET                27. O.J. Mayo, SG, MEM             77. Rasual Butler, SG, LAC
28. Darko Milicic, C, MIN        28. Trevor Ariza, SF, HOU            78. Jared Dudley, SF, PHO               28. Jamal Crawford, PG, ATL        78. Jordan Farmar, PG, NJ
29. Brendan Haywood, C, DAL      29. Carlos Boozer, PF, CHI           79. Drew Gooden, PF, LAC                29. Vince Carter, SG, ORL          79. Wesley Matthews, SG, POR
30. Erick Dampier, C, CHA        30. Luis Scola, PF, HOU              80. Chuck Hayes, PF, HOU                30. John Wall, PG, WAS             80. Jose Juan Barea, PG, DAL
31. Nick Collison, C, OKC        31. Wilson Chandler, SF, NY          81. Jamario Moon, SF, CLE               31. Jonny Flynn, PG, MIN           81. D.J. Augustin, PG, CHA
32. Matt Bonner, C, SA           32. Caron Butler, SF, DAL            82. Amir Johnson, SF, TOR               32. Manu Ginobili, SG, SA          82. Ty Lawson, PG, DEN
33. Tyson Chandler, C, DAL       33. Tayshaun Prince, SF, DET         83. Peja Stojakovic, SF, NO             33. Jeff Teague, PG, ATL           83. Steve Blake, PG, LAL
34. Nenad Krstic, C, OKC         34. Paul Millsap, PF, UTA            84. Travis Outlaw, SF, NJ               34. Jason Terry, SG, DAL           84. Arron Afflalo, SG, DEN
35. Joel Przybilla, C, POR       35. Jason Thompson, PF, SAC          85. J.J. Hickson, PF, CLE               35. Eric Gordon, SG, LAC           85. Bill Walker, SG, NY
36. Cole Aldrich, C, OKC         36. Lamar Odom, PF, LAL              86. Tiago Splitter, PF, SA              36. Richard Hamilton, SG, DET      86. A.J. Price, PG, IND
37. Darius Songaila, C, NO       37. Danilo Gallinari, SF, NY         87. Chris Andersen, PF, DEN             37. Kevin Martin, SG, HOU          87. Greivis Vasquez, PG, MEM
38. Jared Jeffries, C, HOU       38. Hedo Turkoglu, SF, PHO           88. James Singleton, PF, WAS            38. Mike Conley, PG, MEM           88. J.J. Redick, SG, ORL
39. Marcin Gortat, C, ORL        39. Michael Beasley, PF, MIN         89. Ed Davis, PF, TOR                   39. Kirk Hinrich, PG, WAS          89. Eric Maynor, PG, OKC
40. JaVale McGee, C, WAS         40. Boris Diaw, SF, CHA              90. Jason Maxiell, PF, DET              40. Beno Udrih, PG, SAC            90. DeMar DeRozan, SG, TOR
41. Ryan Hollins, C, CLE         41. Kevin Garnett, PF, BOS           91. Tyler Hansbrough, PF, IND           41. Ray Allen, SG, BOS             91. Ronald Murray, PG, CHI
42. Hasheem Thabeet, C, MEM      42. Corey Brewer, SF, MIN            92. Robin Lopez, PF, PHO                42. Evan Turner, SG, PHI           92. Derek Fisher, PG, LAL
43. Eddy Curry, C, NY            43. Al Harrington, PF, DEN           93. Matt Barnes, SF, LAL                43. Jason Richardson, SG, PHO      93. Chase Budinger, SG, HOU
44. Ronny Turiaf, C, NY          44. Anthony Randolph, PF, NY         94. Donte Greene, SF, SAC               44. Jarrett Jack, PG, TOR          94. Chris Douglas-Roberts, SG, MIL
45. Nazr Mohammed, C, CHA        45. Elton Brand, PF, PHI             95. Antonio McDyess, PF, SA             45. J.R. Smith, SG, DEN            95. Thabo Sefolosha, SG, OKC
46. Zydrunas Ilgauskas, C, MIA   46. Richard Jefferson, SF, SA        96. Dorell Wright, SF, GS               46. George Hill, PG, SA            96. Toney Douglas, SG, NY
47. David Andersen, C, TOR       47. Rashard Lewis, PF, ORL           97. Kris Humphries, PF, NJ              47. Jameer Nelson, PG, ORL         97. Sonny Weems, SG, TOR
48. Zaza Pachulia, C, ATL        48. Thaddeus Young, PF, PHI          98. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, SF, MIL   48. Jrue Holiday, PG, PHI          98. Bobby Jackson, PG, SAC
49. DeAndre Jordan, C, LAC       49. Shawn Marion, SF, DAL            99. Greg Monroe, PF, DET                49. Luke Ridnour, PG, MIN          99. Mike Dunleavy, SG, IND
50. Josh Boone, C, NJ            50. Kelenna Azubuike, SF, NY         100. Serge Ibaka, PF, OKC               50. Jose Calderon, PG, TOR         100. Quentin Richardson, SG, MIA




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Rotisserie Cheat Sheet
Top 200
1. Chris Paul, PG, NO            41. Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC       81. Andrei Kirilenko, SF, UTA           121. Jonny Flynn, PG, MIN          161. Josh Childress, SG, PHO
2. LeBron James, SF, MIA         42. Mo Williams, PG, CLE             82. Chris Kaman, C, LAC                 122. Beno Udrih, PG, SAC           162. Yao Ming, C, HOU
3. Kevin Durant, SF, OKC         43. David Lee, PF, GS                83. Hedo Turkoglu, SF, PHO              123. Jason Thompson, PF, SAC       163. Delonte West, PG, MIN
4. Danny Granger, SF, IND        44. Amar'e Stoudemire, PF, NY        84. Roy Hibbert, C, IND                 124. Elton Brand, PF, PHI          164. Linas Kleiza, SF, TOR
5. Dwyane Wade, SG, MIA          45. Derrick Rose, PG, CHI            85. David West, PF, NO                  125. Chris Duhon, PG, ORL          165. Arron Afflalo, SG, DEN
6. Stephen Curry, PG, GS         46. Joakim Noah, C, CHI              86. Rodney Stuckey, PG, DET             126. Nate Robinson, SG, BOS        166. Richard Jefferson, SF, SA
7. Jason Kidd, PG, DAL           47. Jeff Green, PF, OKC              87. Ben Wallace, PF, DET                127. Greg Oden, C, POR             167. Darko Milicic, C, MIN
8. Dwight Howard, C, ORL         48. J.R. Smith, SG, DEN              88. Kevin Love, PF, MIN                 128. Jarrett Jack, PG, TOR         168. Steve Blake, PG, LAL
9. Andre Iguodala, SF, PHI       49. Tim Duncan, PF, SA               89. Ron Artest, SF, LAL                 129. C.J. Watson, PG, GS           169. Matt Bonner, C, SA
10. Kobe Bryant, SG, LAL         50. Manu Ginobili, SG, SA            90. Kelenna Azubuike, SF, NY            130. Michael Beasley, PF, MIN      170. Ryan Gomes, SF, LAC
11. Baron Davis, PG, LAC         51. O.J. Mayo, SG, MEM               91. Caron Butler, SF, DAL               131. Carl Landry, PF, SAC          171. A.J. Price, PG, IND
12. Josh Smith, PF, ATL          52. Rashard Lewis, PF, ORL           92. Jrue Holiday, PG, PHI               132. Mario Chalmers, PG, MIA       172. Jermaine O'Neal, C, BOS
13. Brandon Jennings, PG, MIL    53. Devin Harris, PG, NJ             93. Anthony Tolliver, C, GS             133. Kenyon Martin, PF, DEN        173. Thabo Sefolosha, SG, OKC
14. Rajon Rondo, PG, BOS         54. Jason Richardson, SG, PHO        94. Brandon Rush, SF, IND               134. Marcus Thornton, PG, NO       174. Quentin Richardson, SG, MIA
15. Deron Williams, PG, UTA      55. Gilbert Arenas, PG, WAS          95. Rasual Butler, SG, LAC              135. Spencer Hawes, C, PHI         175. Ben Gordon, SG, DET
16. Aaron Brooks, PG, HOU        56. Marc Gasol, C, MEM               96. Emeka Okafor, C, NO                 136. Chuck Hayes, PF, HOU          176. Hasheem Thabeet, C, MEM
17. Danilo Gallinari, SF, NY     57. Jason Terry, SG, DAL             97. Mike Conley, PG, MEM                137. Wesley Johnson, SF, MIN       177. DeJuan Blair, PF, SA
18. Gerald Wallace, SF, CHA      58. Shane Battier, SF, HOU           98. Shawn Marion, SF, DAL               138. Peja Stojakovic, SF, NO       178. Randy Foye, SG, LAC
19. Dirk Nowitzki, PF, DAL       59. Nene, C, DEN                     99. Tayshaun Prince, SF, DET            139. Yi Jianlian, PF, WAS          179. Brendan Haywood, C, DAL
20. Trevor Ariza, SF, HOU        60. Jamal Crawford, PG, ATL          100. James Harden, SG, OKC              140. Omri Casspi, SF, SAC          180. Carlos Delfino, SG, MIL
21. Stephen Jackson, SF, CHA     61. Paul Pierce, SF, BOS             101. Anthony Morrow, SG, NJ             141. Amir Johnson, SF, TOR         181. Mickael Pietrus, SF, ORL
22. Joe Johnson, SG, ATL         62. Andray Blatche, C, WAS           102. Andre Miller, PG, POR              142. Jose Calderon, PG, TOR        182. Bill Walker, SG, NY
23. Steve Nash, PG, PHO          63. Wilson Chandler, SF, NY          103. Mehmet Okur, C, UTA                143. Mike Miller, SG, MIA          183. Derek Fisher, PG, LAL
24. Carmelo Anthony, SF, DEN     64. Kirk Hinrich, PG, WAS            104. George Hill, PG, SA                144. Thaddeus Young, PF, PHI       184. Kyle Lowry, PG, HOU
25. Tyreke Evans, SG, SAC        65. Ray Allen, SG, BOS               105. Boris Diaw, SF, CHA                145. Jared Dudley, SF, PHO         185. Marvin Williams, SF, ATL
26. Troy Murphy, PF, IND         66. Darren Collison, PG, NO          106. Jeff Teague, PG, ATL               146. Charlie Villanueva, PF, DET   186. J.J. Redick, SG, ORL
27. Chauncey Billups, PG, DEN    67. Eric Gordon, SG, LAC             107. Jamario Moon, SF, CLE              147. Jordan Farmar, PG, NJ         187. Wesley Matthews, SG, POR
28. Andrew Bogut, C, MIL         68. Samuel Dalembert, C, SAC         108. Blake Griffin, PF, LAC             148. Grant Hill, SF, PHO           188. Donte Greene, SF, SAC
29. Brook Lopez, C, NJ           69. Al Harrington, PF, DEN           109. Luol Deng, SF, CHI                 149. Nicolas Batum, SG, POR        189. D.J. Augustin, PG, CHA
30. John Salmons, SF, MIL        70. LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, POR       110. Taj Gibson, PF, CHI                150. Derrick Favors, PF, NJ        190. Lou Williams, SG, PHI
31. Antawn Jamison, PF, CLE      71. Al Jefferson, C, UTA             111. Anthony Parker, SG, CLE            151. DeMarcus Cousins, PF, SAC     191. Josh Howard, SF, WAS
32. Marcus Camby, C, POR         72. Tyrus Thomas, PF, CHA            112. Chris Andersen, PF, DEN            152. Carlos Boozer, PF, CHI        192. Chase Budinger, SG, HOU
33. Raymond Felton, PG, NY       73. Corey Brewer, SF, MIN            113. Kevin Garnett, PF, BOS             153. Tony Parker, PG, SA           193. Roger Mason Jr., SG, SA
34. Chris Bosh, PF, MIA          74. Lamar Odom, PF, LAL              114. Andrew Bynum, C, LAL               154. Mike Bibby, PG, ATL           194. Earl Watson, PG, IND
35. Monta Ellis, SG, GS          75. Channing Frye, C, PHO            115. John Wall, PG, WAS                 155. Luis Scola, PF, HOU           195. Greivis Vasquez, PG, MEM
36. Andrea Bargnani, C, TOR      76. Vince Carter, SG, ORL            116. Anderson Varejao, PF, CLE          156. Rudy Fernandez, SG, POR       196. Toney Douglas, SG, NY
37. Brandon Roy, SG, POR         77. Paul Millsap, PF, UTA            117. Luke Ridnour, PG, MIN              157. Evan Turner, SG, PHI          197. Terrence Williams, SG, NJ
38. Rudy Gay, SF, MEM            78. Anthony Randolph, PF, NY         118. Kevin Martin, SG, HOU              158. Richard Hamilton, SG, DET     198. James Singleton, PF, WAS
39. Pau Gasol, PF, LAL           79. Zach Randolph, PF, MEM           119. Jameer Nelson, PG, ORL             159. Ersan Ilyasova, SF, MIL       199. Erick Dampier, C, CHA
40. Al Horford, C, ATL           80. Courtney Lee, SG, NJ             120. Josh McRoberts, PF, IND            160. Andris Biedrins, C, GS        200. Dorell Wright, SF, GS




Rankings by Position
Centers                          Forwards                                                                     Guards
1. Dwight Howard, C, ORL         1. LeBron James, SF, MIA             51. Kevin Garnett, PF, BOS              1. Chris Paul, PG, NO              51. Chris Duhon, PG, ORL
2. Andrew Bogut, C, MIL          2. Kevin Durant, SF, OKC             52. Anderson Varejao, PF, CLE           2. Dwyane Wade, SG, MIA            52. Nate Robinson, SG, BOS
3. Brook Lopez, C, NJ            3. Danny Granger, SF, IND            53. Josh McRoberts, PF, IND             3. Stephen Curry, PG, GS           53. Jarrett Jack, PG, TOR
4. Marcus Camby, C, POR          4. Andre Iguodala, SF, PHI           54. Jason Thompson, PF, SAC             4. Jason Kidd, PG, DAL             54. C.J. Watson, PG, GS
5. Andrea Bargnani, C, TOR       5. Josh Smith, PF, ATL               55. Elton Brand, PF, PHI                5. Kobe Bryant, SG, LAL            55. Mario Chalmers, PG, MIA
6. Al Horford, C, ATL            6. Danilo Gallinari, SF, NY          56. Michael Beasley, PF, MIN            6. Baron Davis, PG, LAC            56. Marcus Thornton, PG, NO
7. Joakim Noah, C, CHI           7. Gerald Wallace, SF, CHA           57. Carl Landry, PF, SAC                7. Brandon Jennings, PG, MIL       57. Jose Calderon, PG, TOR
8. Marc Gasol, C, MEM            8. Dirk Nowitzki, PF, DAL            58. Kenyon Martin, PF, DEN              8. Rajon Rondo, PG, BOS            58. Mike Miller, SG, MIA
9. Nene, C, DEN                  9. Trevor Ariza, SF, HOU             59. Chuck Hayes, PF, HOU                9. Deron Williams, PG, UTA         59. Jordan Farmar, PG, NJ
10. Andray Blatche, C, WAS       10. Stephen Jackson, SF, CHA         60. Wesley Johnson, SF, MIN             10. Aaron Brooks, PG, HOU          60. Nicolas Batum, SG, POR
11. Samuel Dalembert, C, SAC     11. Carmelo Anthony, SF, DEN         61. Peja Stojakovic, SF, NO             11. Joe Johnson, SG, ATL           61. Tony Parker, PG, SA
12. Al Jefferson, C, UTA         12. Troy Murphy, PF, IND             62. Yi Jianlian, PF, WAS                12. Steve Nash, PG, PHO            62. Mike Bibby, PG, ATL
13. Channing Frye, C, PHO        13. John Salmons, SF, MIL            63. Omri Casspi, SF, SAC                13. Tyreke Evans, SG, SAC          63. Rudy Fernandez, SG, POR
14. Chris Kaman, C, LAC          14. Antawn Jamison, PF, CLE          64. Amir Johnson, SF, TOR               14. Chauncey Billups, PG, DEN      64. Evan Turner, SG, PHI
15. Roy Hibbert, C, IND          15. Chris Bosh, PF, MIA              65. Thaddeus Young, PF, PHI             15. Raymond Felton, PG, NY         65. Richard Hamilton, SG, DET
16. Anthony Tolliver, C, GS      16. Rudy Gay, SF, MEM                66. Jared Dudley, SF, PHO               16. Monta Ellis, SG, GS            66. Josh Childress, SG, PHO
17. Emeka Okafor, C, NO          17. Pau Gasol, PF, LAL               67. Charlie Villanueva, PF, DET         17. Brandon Roy, SG, POR           67. Delonte West, PG, MIN
18. Mehmet Okur, C, UTA          18. David Lee, PF, GS                68. Grant Hill, SF, PHO                 18. Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC     68. Arron Afflalo, SG, DEN
19. Andrew Bynum, C, LAL         19. Amar'e Stoudemire, PF, NY        69. Derrick Favors, PF, NJ              19. Mo Williams, PG, CLE           69. Steve Blake, PG, LAL
20. Greg Oden, C, POR            20. Jeff Green, PF, OKC              70. DeMarcus Cousins, PF, SAC           20. Derrick Rose, PG, CHI          70. A.J. Price, PG, IND
21. Spencer Hawes, C, PHI        21. Tim Duncan, PF, SA               71. Carlos Boozer, PF, CHI              21. J.R. Smith, SG, DEN            71. Thabo Sefolosha, SG, OKC
22. Andris Biedrins, C, GS       22. Rashard Lewis, PF, ORL           72. Luis Scola, PF, HOU                 22. Manu Ginobili, SG, SA          72. Quentin Richardson, SG, MIA
23. Yao Ming, C, HOU             23. Shane Battier, SF, HOU           73. Ersan Ilyasova, SF, MIL             23. O.J. Mayo, SG, MEM             73. Ben Gordon, SG, DET
24. Darko Milicic, C, MIN        24. Paul Pierce, SF, BOS             74. Linas Kleiza, SF, TOR               24. Devin Harris, PG, NJ           74. Randy Foye, SG, LAC
25. Matt Bonner, C, SA           25. Wilson Chandler, SF, NY          75. Richard Jefferson, SF, SA           25. Jason Richardson, SG, PHO      75. Carlos Delfino, SG, MIL
26. Jermaine O'Neal, C, BOS      26. Al Harrington, PF, DEN           76. Ryan Gomes, SF, LAC                 26. Gilbert Arenas, PG, WAS        76. Bill Walker, SG, NY
27. Hasheem Thabeet, C, MEM      27. LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, POR       77. DeJuan Blair, PF, SA                27. Jason Terry, SG, DAL           77. Derek Fisher, PG, LAL
28. Brendan Haywood, C, DAL      28. Tyrus Thomas, PF, CHA            78. Mickael Pietrus, SF, ORL            28. Jamal Crawford, PG, ATL        78. Kyle Lowry, PG, HOU
29. Erick Dampier, C, CHA        29. Corey Brewer, SF, MIN            79. Marvin Williams, SF, ATL            29. Kirk Hinrich, PG, WAS          79. J.J. Redick, SG, ORL
30. Brad Miller, C, HOU          30. Lamar Odom, PF, LAL              80. Donte Greene, SF, SAC               30. Ray Allen, SG, BOS             80. Wesley Matthews, SG, POR
31. Timofey Mozgov, C, NY        31. Paul Millsap, PF, UTA            81. Josh Howard, SF, WAS                31. Darren Collison, PG, NO        81. D.J. Augustin, PG, CHA
32. Joel Przybilla, C, POR       32. Anthony Randolph, PF, NY         82. James Singleton, PF, WAS            32. Eric Gordon, SG, LAC           82. Lou Williams, SG, PHI
33. Ronny Turiaf, C, NY          33. Zach Randolph, PF, MEM           83. Dorell Wright, SF, GS               33. Vince Carter, SG, ORL          83. Chase Budinger, SG, HOU
34. Marcin Gortat, C, ORL        34. Andrei Kirilenko, SF, UTA        84. Travis Outlaw, SF, NJ               34. Courtney Lee, SG, NJ           84. Roger Mason Jr., SG, SA
35. JaVale McGee, C, WAS         35. Hedo Turkoglu, SF, PHO           85. Serge Ibaka, PF, OKC                35. Rodney Stuckey, PG, DET        85. Earl Watson, PG, IND
36. Jared Jeffries, C, HOU       36. David West, PF, NO               86. Matt Barnes, SF, LAL                36. Jrue Holiday, PG, PHI          86. Greivis Vasquez, PG, MEM
37. Shaquille O'Neal, C, BOS     37. Ben Wallace, PF, DET             87. James Posey, SF, NO                 37. Rasual Butler, SG, LAC         87. Toney Douglas, SG, NY
38. Nick Collison, C, OKC        38. Kevin Love, PF, MIN              88. Robin Lopez, PF, PHO                38. Mike Conley, PG, MEM           88. Terrence Williams, SG, NJ
39. Cole Aldrich, C, OKC         39. Ron Artest, SF, LAL              89. Andres Nocioni, SF, PHI             39. James Harden, SG, OKC          89. Tracy McGrady, SG, DET
40. Tyson Chandler, C, DAL       40. Kelenna Azubuike, SF, NY         90. Martell Webster, SF, MIN            40. Anthony Morrow, SG, NJ         90. Bobby Jackson, PG, SAC
41. Nenad Krstic, C, OKC         41. Caron Butler, SF, DAL            91. Al Thornton, SF, WAS                41. Andre Miller, PG, POR          91. Raja Bell, SG, UTA
42. Ryan Hollins, C, CLE         42. Brandon Rush, SF, IND            92. C.J. Miles, SF, UTA                 42. George Hill, PG, SA            92. Daniel Gibson, PG, CLE
43. DeAndre Jordan, C, LAC       43. Shawn Marion, SF, DAL            93. Udonis Haslem, PF, MIA              43. Jeff Teague, PG, ATL           93. T.J. Ford, PG, IND
44. Kurt Thomas, C, CHI          44. Tayshaun Prince, SF, DET         94. Jason Maxiell, PF, DET              44. Anthony Parker, SG, CLE        94. Rafer Alston, PG, MIA
45. Nazr Mohammed, C, CHA        45. Boris Diaw, SF, CHA              95. Corey Maggette, SF, MIL             45. John Wall, PG, WAS             95. Ramon Sessions, PG, CLE
46. Josh Boone, C, NJ            46. Jamario Moon, SF, CLE            96. Tiago Splitter, PF, SA              46. Luke Ridnour, PG, MIN          96. Allen Iverson, SG, PHI
47. Darius Songaila, C, NO       47. Blake Griffin, PF, LAC           97. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, SF, MIL   47. Kevin Martin, SG, HOU          97. Shannon Brown, PG, LAL
48. Zydrunas Ilgauskas, C, MIA   48. Luol Deng, SF, CHI               98. Ryan Anderson, PF, ORL              48. Jameer Nelson, PG, ORL         98. Daequan Cook, SG, OKC
49. David Andersen, C, TOR       49. Taj Gibson, PF, CHI              99. Drew Gooden, PF, LAC                49. Jonny Flynn, PG, MIN           99. Jose Juan Barea, PG, DAL
50. Theo Ratliff, C, LAL         50. Chris Andersen, PF, DEN          100. Ed Davis, PF, TOR                  50. Beno Udrih, PG, SAC            100. Mike Dunleavy, SG, IND




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2010-11 Projections
Centers
Player                       G    FG    FGA     FGP    FT FTA FTP 3PT 3PTA 3PTP TRB           AST ST    TO    BK     PTS     FPTS
Dwight Howard, C, ORL        82   573    966    59.3   526 888 59.2  0   5   0.0 1,104        127 78    269   220   1,672    3,059
Brook Lopez, C, NJ           82   632   1,233   51.2   368 454 81.0  0   1   0.0 764          198 62    219   151   1,631    2,785
Al Horford, C, ATL           82   508    963    52.7   236 314 75.3  0   2  22.8 844          217 79    165   101   1,252    2,545
Andrew Bogut, C, MIL         75   534   1,019   52.5   188 313 60.0  0   4   0.0 789          190 60    185   165   1,256    2,465
Al Jefferson, C, UTA         75   583   1,169   49.9   215 301 71.4  0   4   0.0 713          110 58    130    99   1,380    2,340
Marc Gasol, C, MEM           77   430    774    55.5   311 443 70.2  0   1   0.0 735          182 78    176   117   1,170    2,287
Chris Kaman, C, LAC          76   548   1,111   49.3   243 326 74.7  0   5   0.0 651          137 44    237   148   1,338    2,219
Nene, C, DEN                 79   424    724    58.7   283 403 70.3  0   4  12.5 634          158 106   142    95   1,132    2,141
Andrea Bargnani, C, TOR      80   520   1,178   44.2   227 279 81.3 138 365 37.6 499          115 34    143   102   1,404    2,126
Andray Blatche, C, WAS       80   497   1,046   47.5   191 266 71.8 10   38 26.9 526          184 92    199   125   1,196    2,108
Joakim Noah, C, CHI          78   323    630    51.3   210 297 70.6  0   1   0.0 864          161 75    144   120    856     2,092
Roy Hibbert, C, IND          80   424    871    48.7   194 269 72.0  2   4  50.0 513          150 36    145   150   1,044    1,898
Andrew Bynum, C, LAL         60   399    689    58.0   198 275 71.9  0   0   0.0 600           93 30    117   119    997     1,814
Emeka Okafor, C, NO          82   372    686    54.2   176 305 57.6  0   0   --- 734           53 49    126   120    920     1,805
Marcus Camby, C, POR         74   228    479    47.7   104 148 69.8  3   9  29.0 762          168 67     89   165    563     1,804
Yao Ming, C, HOU             68   393    741    53.0   286 333 85.8  0   1  33.3 533          105 22    164   103   1,071    1,774
Mehmet Okur, C, UTA          75   356    768    46.3   201 246 81.4 88 217 40.3 521           118 45    111    50   1,000    1,740
Samuel Dalembert, C, SAC     82   291    561    51.9   130 180 71.9  0   1   0.0 809           44 40    137   170    712     1,682
Anthony Tolliver, C, GS      69   298    722    41.2   152 202 75.0 83 271 30.6 507           146 52     74   48     830     1,655
Channing Frye, C, PHO        80   362    792    45.7   116 148 78.6 104 242 42.8 431          108 61     87   65     945     1,631
Spencer Hawes, C, PHI        75   355    761    46.6    86 128 67.0 30   95 31.4 518          150 38    148    92    825     1,625
Greg Oden, C, POR            62   310    538    57.7   207 310 66.6  0   0   --- 644           54 35    135   125    827     1,604
Jermaine O'Neal, C, BOS      71   344    709    48.5   160 214 75.1  0   3   0.0 421          107 26    131   111    849     1,491
Andris Biedrins, C, GS       69   250    416    60.1    82 147 55.8  0   0   0.0 582           87 48     78    80    583     1,389
Brad Miller, C, HOU          77   220    481    45.7   167 200 83.4 22   70 31.7 406          163 41    100    35    629     1,337
Timofey Mozgov, C, NY        71   291    581    50.1    91 135 67.4  0   0   --- 361          121 47    105    67    673     1,285
Shaquille O'Neal, C, BOS     65   287    484    59.3   154 282 54.6  0   1   0.0 401           78 25    118    67    728     1,259
Darko Milicic, C, MIN        67   261    556    47.0    81 146 55.5  0   1   0.0 431           80 44    105   114    604     1,246
Brendan Haywood, C, DAL      75   226    418    54.0   139 205 67.5  0   0   0.0 490           45 22     79   112    590     1,225
Erick Dampier, C, CHA        70   173    270    64.0    82 136 60.6  0   1  33.3 526           60 22     75    97    428     1,118
Nick Collison, C, OKC        76   209    386    54.2    83 115 72.0  0   2  12.5 449           61 38     71    44    501     1,082
Matt Bonner, C, SA           71   223    484    46.1    36  46 78.3 102 257 39.9 319           73 37     46    27    585     1,068
Tyson Chandler, C, DAL       64   189    316    59.9   108 172 62.7  0   0   0.0 481           35 23     87    57    487     1,030
Nenad Krstic, C, OKC         70   240    511    47.0    77 102 75.2  0   3  14.3 337           44 25     58    45    557      993
Joel Przybilla, C, POR       58   129    218    59.0    82 123 66.7  0   1   0.0 577           22 20     76    84    339      989
Cole Aldrich, C, OKC         64   154    343    44.9    55  84 65.5  0   0   --- 342          154 32    132    69    363      982
Darius Songaila, C, NO       75   219    442    49.4    65  74 87.3  0   3  11.1 229           94 56     76    16    503      915
Jared Jeffries, C, HOU       74   148    346    42.7    72 122 59.1 10   44 24.1 307          100 58     83   51     378      912
Marcin Gortat, C, ORL        80   157    287    54.5    53  82 64.2  1   3  25.0 429           22 24     49    83    367      897
JaVale McGee, C, WAS         77   194    389    50.0   101 156 65.1  0   1   0.0 301           21 27     63    99    490      895
Ryan Hollins, C, CLE         72   185    342    54.0   144 217 66.3  0   1   0.0 286           50 25    100    70    513      895
Hasheem Thabeet, C, MEM      72   129    219    58.8    90 155 58.1  0   0   --- 406           18 25     72   149    347      892
Eddy Curry, C, NY            55   190    352    54.1   123 198 61.9  0   0   --- 401           20  9     87   19     503      884
Ronny Turiaf, C, NY          75   133    264    50.5    80 113 70.9  0   1   0.0 249          111 25     55   96     346      882
Nazr Mohammed, C, CHA        65   191    369    51.7    75 125 60.4  0   0   0.0 333           41 25     67    45    457      875
Zydrunas Ilgauskas, C, MIA   65   175    374    46.7    75  95 79.0  5   12 41.3 278           40 14     53    47    429      794
David Andersen, C, TOR       73   178    411    43.2    56  81 68.7 33   94 34.6 252           53 18     45    15    444      790
Zaza Pachulia, C, ATL        79   130    273    47.6   123 177 69.2  0   3   0.0 329           45 32     73    23    382      784
DeAndre Jordan, C, LAC       71   143    233    61.6    54 143 38.0  0   1   0.0 356           19 16     70    73    341      756
Josh Boone, C, NJ            70   136    253    53.7    44 104 41.7  0   0   --- 314           33 26     39    46    315      727
Kurt Thomas, C, CHI          71   119    242    49.2    27  37 72.9  0   1   0.0 321           48 31     36    43    266      720
Kendrick Perkins, C, BOS     35   129    216    59.6    60 100 59.9  0   1   0.0 230           42 13     73    63    317      633
Johan Petro, C, NJ           67   125    289    43.4    38  55 68.6  0   2   0.0 265           25 26     50    28    289      608
Aaron Gray, C, NO            58    93    186    49.9    45  76 59.1  0   1   0.0 203           45 18     47    18    230      512
Fabricio Oberto, C, WAS      52    82    135    60.5    21  34 61.9  0   1   0.0 201           61 16     37    12    185      498
Kwame Brown, C, DET          57    77    149    51.5    47 109 42.8  0   0   0.0 225           34 21     49    20    201      485
Theo Ratliff, C, LAL         62    72    150    48.2    44  64 68.7  0   0   0.0 187           24 18     38    73    189      477
Rasho Nesterovic, C, TOR     55   107    200    53.4    12  16 73.3  0   1  25.0 127           41 11     26    20    226      441
Oleksiy Pecherov, C, MIN     55    94    243    38.6    43  54 79.3 26   91 29.0 156           12 12     35    13    257      427
Jeff Foster, C, IND          41    61    116    52.3    28  45 62.3  0   2  18.2 189           42 17     25    13    150      427
Francisco Elson, C, PHI      55    73    169    42.9    25  33 75.3  0   2  20.0 179           23 21     39    23    170      401
Kyrylo Fesenko, C, UTA       58    79    147    53.7    33  82 40.2  0   1   0.0 153           21 13     41    37    192      395
Chris Wilcox, C, DET         42    93    180    51.5    42  70 60.2  0   1   0.0 132           21 14     35    10    228      393
Ian Mahinmi, C, DAL          51    84    137    61.2    82 114 71.4  0   0   --- 116           6   6     35   24     249      373

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Player                     G    FG   FGA   FGP    FT   FTA   FTP 3PT 3PTA 3PTP     TRB AST   ST   TO   BK   PTS    FPTS
Dan Gadzuric, C, GS        45   65   144   45.2   24    46   51.3 0    1    0.0    146 18    18   27   24   154     352
Hamed Haddadi, C, MEM      44   47   112   41.9   39    59   65.3 0    4    0.0    147 22     2   35   31   133     322
Mark Blount, C, MIN        43   82   182   45.2   29    46   63.6 9   22 39.4       93  14   10   26   13   202     320
D.J. Mbenga, C, LAL        61   65   139   46.7   12    22   53.8 0    1    0.0    108 15    13   23   45   142     316
Robert Swift, C, OKC       38   46    94   48.9   15    19   77.8 0    0    ---    114 11    11   19   25   107     259
DeSagana Diop, C, CHA      45   31    63   48.2   10    24   42.8 0    0    ---    122 13    10   18   26    71     237
Paul Davis, C, WAS         33   47   118   39.5   24    33   73.9 0    1    0.0     81  18   11   16    7   117     236
Sean Marks, C, NO          67   43    87   49.5   18    27   64.7 1    6   21.4     99  8     4   18   19   105     225
Jarron Collins, C, PHO     65   26    60   43.2   26    44   58.2 0    0    0.0     87  20    6   17    4    77     198
Hilton Armstrong, C, WAS   67   40    80   49.3   21    34   60.5 0    1    0.0     75  12   10   27   15   100     197
Jamaal Magloire, C, MIA    41   28    61   45.9   18    41   42.9 0    0    ---    109  8     5   20   12    74     196
Kosta Koufos, C, MIN       52   41    82   50.0   16    23   68.2 0    0    ---     65  9     5   15   12    98     185
Etan Thomas, C, OKC        35   35    75   47.0   16    25   64.4 0    0    ---     73  4     4   20   19    87     170
Jason Collins, C, ATL      23   14    34   40.3    8    17   45.2 0    0    0.0     44  7     6   11    7    36      94
Randolph Morris, C, ATL    25   16    37   44.0   11    19   56.7 0    0    ---     30  2     3    9    2    43      73
Primoz Brezec, C, MIL      39   14    32   44.2    7    12   54.3 0    0    ---     28  3     1    7    3    35      66




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Player                        G    FG    FGA     FGP    FT FTA FTP 3PT 3PTA 3PTP TRB           AST   ST    TO    BK     PTS     FPTS
Kevin Durant, SF, OKC         82   885   1,917   46.2   693 785 88.2 123 341 36.1 651          301   124   305   92    2,586    3,750
LeBron James, SF, MIA         82   603   1,228   49.2   446 592 75.3 96 290 33.1 625           654   103   194   64    1,748    3,654
Carmelo Anthony, SF, DEN      78   793   1,704   46.6   546 679 80.4 73 212 34.5 521           286   106   233   38    2,206    3,210
Dirk Nowitzki, PF, DAL        80   729   1,520   48.0   515 575 89.5 66 175 37.4 673           234    62   160    73   2,039    3,155
David Lee, PF, GS             81   661   1,206   54.8   303 383 79.3  0   2   0.0 967          241    94   186    39   1,625    3,020
Andre Iguodala, SF, PHI       82   572   1,252   45.7   373 515 72.5 97 308 31.6 511           458   157   231   49    1,615    3,018
Amar'e Stoudemire, PF, NY     80   692   1,225   56.5   519 650 79.9  3   17 20.5 743          116    63   204   115   1,907    2,855
Chris Bosh, PF, MIA           80   511   1,023   49.9   429 524 81.9  9   28 31.3 844          254    69   147    82   1,460    2,815
Danny Granger, SF, IND        75   638   1,448   44.1   436 506 86.0 204 524 39.0 468          208   103   197   93    1,917    2,799
Pau Gasol, PF, LAL            77   547   1,000   54.7   332 419 79.2  2   8  21.7 821          257    43   153   105   1,427    2,757
Zach Randolph, PF, MEM        78   626   1,318   47.5   308 403 76.6 28   92 30.1 873          158    73   191    27   1,589    2,687
Stephen Jackson, SF, CHA      79   545   1,315   41.5   342 421 81.0 150 436 34.5 371          356   113   249   37    1,583    2,569
Antawn Jamison, PF, CLE       77   608   1,337   45.5   298 409 72.9 109 316 34.5 677          123    93   113    27   1,622    2,552
Gerald Wallace, SF, CHA       75   476   1,012   47.1   418 542 77.1 62 187 32.9 641           215   140   192   79    1,432    2,530
Josh Smith, PF, ATL           80   485   1,004   48.3   271 421 64.4 17   65 26.4 630          264   117   203   172   1,258    2,500
Tim Duncan, PF, SA            76   511   1,010   50.6   283 396 71.4  1   5  11.8 741          218    42   145   119   1,306    2,499
John Salmons, SF, MIL         82   560   1,211   46.3   317 383 82.8 119 307 38.7 400          286   116   192   34    1,557    2,485
David West, PF, NO            80   595   1,223   48.6   308 355 86.8  6   25 24.7 616          188    60   160    73   1,503    2,469
LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, POR    80   615   1,262   48.7   254 331 76.7  5   18 25.5 640          155    70   124    77   1,489    2,462
Rudy Gay, SF, MEM             80   611   1,327   46.0   276 360 76.7 97 283 34.3 479           152   111   191   69    1,595    2,366
Kevin Love, PF, MIN           79   416    914    45.5   336 419 80.1 25   86 29.6 879          151    53   161    50   1,193    2,315
Paul Pierce, SF, BOS          75   452    975    46.3   383 456 84.1 115 289 39.8 365          271    82   191    29   1,402    2,231
Jeff Green, PF, OKC           82   517   1,164   44.4   236 310 76.0 89 256 34.8 560           165    93   188    62   1,358    2,214
Troy Murphy, PF, IND          75   383    818    46.8   179 222 80.6 138 334 41.3 771          175    64   112    36   1,083    2,193
Carl Landry, PF, SAC          79   530    951    55.7   348 442 78.6  1   4  28.6 618           76    59   140    61   1,409    2,161
Luol Deng, SF, CHI            75   506   1,084   46.7   263 341 77.4 21   54 38.4 520          170    79   141    50   1,296    2,144
Blake Griffin, PF, LAC        75   521   1,091   47.8   223 342 65.2  0   2   0.0 561          151    62   151    88   1,265    2,127
Trevor Ariza, SF, HOU         75   403    946    42.6   173 258 67.2 110 337 32.8 472          254   161   148   41    1,090    2,123
Carlos Boozer, PF, CHI        60   484    888    54.5   206 281 73.4  0   0   0.0 645          171    68   154    26   1,173    2,102
Luis Scola, PF, HOU           82   474    913    51.9   200 271 73.8  0   4   9.1 696          142    68   139    20   1,148    2,077
Wilson Chandler, SF, NY       78   499   1,107   45.1   171 220 77.9 78 254 30.8 472           175    68   141    72   1,248    2,070
Caron Butler, SF, DAL         79   446    996    44.8   273 317 86.3 56 175 32.0 408           236   113   168   21    1,222    2,067
Tayshaun Prince, SF, DET      80   445    974    45.7   170 223 76.3 52 138 37.8 430           261    46    97   41    1,113    2,056
Paul Millsap, PF, UTA         82   429    813    52.8   234 339 69.1  0   7   5.9 585          145    88   137   101   1,092    2,019
Jason Thompson, PF, SAC       80   421    871    48.4   230 327 70.3  1   10  5.6 721          126    50   165    77   1,072    2,007
Lamar Odom, PF, LAL           80   332    671    49.4   159 236 67.2 37 119 30.7 677           223    68   133    69    858     1,986
Danilo Gallinari, SF, NY      80   410    963    42.6   253 306 82.9 199 512 38.9 414          137    81   114    57   1,273    1,986
Hedo Turkoglu, SF, PHO        76   364    846    43.0   236 292 80.8 118 313 37.8 355          316    56   167    22   1,082    1,979
Michael Beasley, PF, MIN      82   511   1,108   46.1   210 267 78.6 34 102 33.3 520           102    67   140    48   1,265    1,963
Boris Diaw, SF, CHA           82   388    791    49.0   106 145 73.3 53 147 36.0 424           335    62   188    51    935     1,953
Kevin Garnett, PF, BOS        69   416    784    53.1   177 216 82.0  1   8  12.5 516          180    72   103    67   1,011    1,922
Corey Brewer, SF, MIN         82   442   1,073   41.2   188 271 69.6 66 200 33.0 311           231   146   187   40    1,138    1,911
Al Harrington, PF, DEN        77   447   1,023   43.6   201 259 77.4 150 416 36.1 420          111    72   124    21   1,244    1,856
Anthony Randolph, PF, NY      73   353    777    45.4   221 291 75.8  1   9  11.1 607           96    74   135   131    927     1,794
Elton Brand, PF, PHI          74   418    891    46.9   188 259 72.7  0   1   0.0 519          108    68   144    93   1,024    1,777
Richard Jefferson, SF, SA     82   410    898    45.7   316 401 78.8 68 187 36.4 289           164    50   127    20   1,204    1,766
Rashard Lewis, PF, ORL        75   381    858    44.4   167 201 82.9 174 434 40.1 342          144    73   115    33   1,102    1,724
Thaddeus Young, PF, PHI       78   460    928    49.5   135 187 72.0 45 132 34.3 426            99   104   126   19    1,099    1,720
Shawn Marion, SF, DAL         74   369    737    50.0   103 137 75.2 25   85 29.3 535          120    88    91    66    865     1,705
Kelenna Azubuike, SF, NY      76   386    836    46.1   167 217 76.7 96 238 40.5 404           111    59    88   51    1,034    1,682
Andrei Kirilenko, SF, UTA     69   284    585    48.6   226 294 76.8 33 102 32.4 338           227    92   125    94    827     1,680
Taj Gibson, PF, CHI           82   342    692    49.4   124 193 64.6  0   0   --- 672           77    55   125   114    809     1,679
Tyrus Thomas, PF, CHA         77   310    694    44.6   219 294 74.6  2   8  22.2 533          100    91   134   139    840     1,670
Corey Maggette, SF, MIL       75   362    756    47.9   407 494 82.3 35 104 33.0 315           136    50   145    6    1,165    1,663
Derrick Favors, PF, NJ        75   451    834    54.1   131 211 62.1  0   0   --- 487           87    67   213   113   1,033    1,661
Ron Artest, SF, LAL           79   344    813    42.3   159 220 72.1 101 267 38.0 302          196   102   121   25     948     1,648
Anderson Varejao, PF, CLE     78   292    549    53.2   138 220 62.9  0   4  11.1 675           96    79    89    69    722     1,648
DeJuan Blair, PF, SA          82   355    639    55.6   114 208 54.7  0   3   0.0 679           84    65   144    50    823     1,640
Grant Hill, SF, PHO           78   340    677    50.2   174 210 82.9 29   81 35.4 377          182    67   103    46    882     1,634
DeMarcus Cousins, PF, SAC     76   412    801    51.4   167 271 61.6  0   4   0.0 512           51    71   171   101    991     1,606
Yi Jianlian, PF, WAS          71   329    818    40.2   192 238 80.5 36 104 34.2 538            84    53   122    74    886     1,596
Josh McRoberts, PF, IND       72   311    636    49.0    77 118 65.4 21   90 23.5 488          165    77    88   58     721     1,586
Omri Casspi, SF, SAC          81   363    813    44.6   142 211 67.2 91 246 36.9 422           115    65   119    21    958     1,578
Charlie Villanueva, PF, DET   77   377    855    44.1   135 165 81.6 76 227 33.5 423            84    40   100    46    965     1,543
Kenyon Martin, PF, DEN        66   322    649    49.7   111 190 58.2  8   26 30.8 489          109    84    94    73    763     1,533
Josh Howard, SF, WAS          65   373    838    44.5   206 258 79.8 51 161 31.9 319           102    49    86   25    1,004    1,515
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Player                            G     FG FGA FGP FT FTA FTP 3PT 3PTA 3PTP TRB                   AST ST    TO    BK PTS     FPTS
Ryan Gomes, SF, LAC               80    342 769 44.4 132 161 82.1 72 199 36.0 365                 121 57     96    14 887    1,470
Udonis Haslem, PF, MIA            80    306 618 49.5 135 175 77.2          0     0    --- 586      71 39     78    23 747    1,459
Marvin Williams, SF, ATL          80    307 669 45.9 222 272 81.6 29            90 32.3 381        94 62     82    36 865    1,450
Linas Kleiza, SF, TOR             82    330 718 46.0 172 229 74.8 100 299 33.3 363                 87 41     94    18 931    1,434
Ersan Ilyasova, SF, MIL           80    297 671 44.3 104 145 71.5 75 222 33.6 476                  77 49     65    21 773    1,408
Brandon Rush, SF, IND             81    321 760 42.3 61       92 65.8 120 304 39.5 345            106 56    100    61 823    1,396
Wesley Johnson, SF, MIN           70    275 574 47.9 101 137 73.7 64 176 36.4 431                 142 81    184    65 715    1,392
Hakim Warrick, PF, PHO            76    333 676 49.2 232 324 71.7          7    28 24.4 384        61 39     94    31 905    1,386
Shane Battier, SF, HOU            74    212 511 41.4 75       99 75.5 119 319 37.4 361            164 64     69    79 617    1,381
Al Thornton, SF, WAS              79    353 788 44.8 183 246 74.3 22            73 30.8 309        88 46    109    42 911    1,376
Ben Wallace, PF, DET              70    152 333 45.7 68 164 41.7           0     3    0.0 604     106 93     69   115 373    1,327
Jared Dudley, SF, PHO             80    246 528 46.7 123 170 72.6 74 177 41.9 363                 118 91     76    16 690    1,321
Drew Gooden, PF, LAC              65    311 671 46.4 174 213 81.6          0     7    5.6 399      64 43    111    47 797    1,303
Chuck Hayes, PF, HOU              82    191 400 47.7 33       66 49.5      0     4    0.0 456     164 116    97    63 414    1,280
Jamario Moon, SF, CLE             75    236 497 47.5 64       81 79.5 53 155 33.8 399              90 77     45    76 588    1,274
Amir Johnson, SF, TOR             82    230 384 60.0 90 139 64.9           0     2    0.0 500      56 51     78   121 550    1,256
Peja Stojakovic, SF, NO           70    301 722 41.8 95 104 90.9 151 374 40.3 244                  78 47     50    5  848    1,250
Travis Outlaw, SF, NJ             78    298 684 43.5 144 194 74.3 55 144 38.2 270                  73 41     76    45 795    1,221
J.J. Hickson, PF, CLE             77    292 537 54.3 117 173 67.8          0     1    0.0 424      37 38    103    52 701    1,184
Tiago Splitter, PF, SA            77    222 426 52.1 101 133 75.9          0     0    --- 441     104 68    141    45 545    1,166
Chris Andersen, PF, DEN           77    155 280 55.3 151 215 70.3          1     7   15.4 476      33 42     66   164 462    1,144
James Singleton, PF, WAS          72    198 439 45.1 111 130 85.7 19            71 26.0 487        44 50     79    66 525    1,138
Ed Davis, PF, TOR                 70    278 540 51.5 75 121 62.0           0     0    --- 431      54 23    145    87 631    1,135
Jason Maxiell, PF, DET            79    233 433 53.9 126 214 59.0          0     1    0.0 425      40 30     67    72 593    1,131
Tyler Hansbrough, PF, IND         65    203 565 36.0 211 284 74.3          0    10   0.0 346       70 43     53    20 617    1,114
Robin Lopez, PF, PHO              71    254 449 56.5 142 203 69.9          0     1    0.0 384      16 22     72    99 650    1,114
Matt Barnes, SF, LAL              80    203 457 44.4 73       99 74.2 65 199 32.4 325             133 43     89    25 544    1,114
Donte Greene, SF, SAC             76    258 635 40.7 96 140 68.4 76 228 33.6 258                   81 46    105    54 689    1,104
Antonio McDyess, PF, SA           78    207 419 49.3 52       81 64.5      0     1    0.0 467      69 39     55    36 466    1,090
Dorell Wright, SF, GS             73    217 461 47.1 76       91 83.3 41 106 38.7 299              96 52     55    46 551    1,086
Kris Humphries, PF, NJ            72    217 476 45.6 138 208 66.3          0     2    0.0 405      40 40     69    47 572    1,075
Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, SF, MIL 80    182 387 47.0 105 146 71.7          3     9   28.6 399      76 66     77    38 471    1,049
Greg Monroe, PF, DET              71    210 467 45.0 108 160 67.5          0     2    0.0 339     111 51    125    25 528    1,040
Serge Ibaka, PF, OKC              77    221 407 54.3 64 101 63.0           1     2   50.0 437      11 28     75   107 507    1,025
Reggie Williams, SF, GS           68    237 478 49.5 88 105 83.9 56 155 35.9 186                  112 37     49    10 617    1,024
Andres Nocioni, SF, PHI           77    237 563 42.1 107 137 78.5 90 236 38.2 241                  71 25     81    27 671    1,023
C.J. Miles, SF, UTA               70    247 549 45.0 75       95 78.4 67 191 35.3 167             107 55     69    16 636    1,018
Marreese Speights, PF, PHI        80    251 511 49.0 113 150 75.8          1     7   15.4 294      36 30     52    49 616    1,008
Patrick Patterson, PF, HOU        65    182 401 45.4 88 141 62.4           0     0    --- 345      88 51     89    45 452     980
Aminu Al-Farouq, SF, LAC          72    199 461 43.2 141 211 66.8 23            81 28.4 351        77 81    211    41 562     978
Mickael Pietrus, SF, ORL          72    210 491 42.8 77 115 67.2 95 259 36.8 230                   59 55     63    36 593     969
James Posey, SF, NO               79    141 351 40.1 76       93 81.8 83 228 36.3 277              86 47     53    16 441     898
Martell Webster, SF, MIN          67    195 471 41.4 90 117 77.3 90 236 38.0 205                   55 32     52    25 569     889
Gordon Heyward, SF, UTA           61    201 467 43.0 88 134 65.7 48 151 31.8 177                  121 41    121    8  538     885
Ryan Anderson, PF, ORL            70    174 421 41.4 90 105 85.4 78 212 36.8 272                   47 37     63    18 516     874
Glen Davis, PF, BOS               65    171 380 45.1 130 186 69.7          1     4   22.2 286      53 42     76    21 473     852
Tim Thomas, PF, DAL               62    173 408 42.4 74       97 75.5 58 164 35.2 185              83 26     59    14 477     808
Craig Smith, PF, LAC              76    192 341 56.4 102 155 66.0          0     4    6.7 219      53 24     67    14 487     783
Sam Young, SF, MEM                81    202 447 45.1 122 158 77.7 10            50 19.6 181        47 31     85    18 536     774
Louis Amundson, PF, PHO           80    148 273 54.2 61 126 48.8           0     1    0.0 316      30 29     58    70 357     774
Paul George, SF, IND              59    141 321 43.9 41       57 71.9 34 112 30.4 191             121 44     77    4  357     761
Vladimir Radmanovic, SF, GS 58          157 372 42.3 36       48 76.7 73 191 38.1 195              79 38     68    11 424     757
Juwan Howard, PF, MIA             65    165 334 49.3 51       67 75.4      0     1    0.0 280      59 22     66    10 380     746
Darrell Arthur, PF, MEM           70    154 352 43.6 34       54 63.3      0     2    0.0 276      35 40     42    40 342     726
Dante Cunningham, SF, POR 76            165 334 49.5 48       75 64.6      0     3    0.0 250      22 37     23    34 379     721
Julian Wright, SF, NO             75    152 307 49.6 36       59 61.0      7    25 27.5 200        60 45     58    24 348     677
Leon Powe, PF, CLE                65    129 241 53.7 131 192 68.5          0     0    0.0 232      22 17     48    21 389     656
Jason Kapono, SF, PHI             71    183 407 44.9 23       29 80.0 63 150 42.1 101              61 22     47    3  452     653
Austin Daye, SF, DET              74    149 322 46.4 50       61 82.1 32 104 30.5 190              37 27     52    28 380     647
Bobby Simmons, SF, NJ             70    132 309 42.6 33       43 77.0 58 145 39.7 166              55 34     47    5  355     623
Dominic McGuire, PF, SAC          71     73 177 41.3 33       52 62.4      1     4   30.0 239      92 32     55    38 180     619
Ime Udoka, SF, SAC                73    109 274 39.9 35       49 70.8 39 116 33.6 184              53 38     42    11 292     589
Joel Anthony, PF, MIA             72     76 158 47.8 59       88 66.8      0     0    --- 253      20 23     48   110 210     587
Joey Graham, SF, DEN              67    141 292 48.4 82 102 80.6           3    12 21.9 177        31 22     51    7  367     584
Sean Williams, PF, NJ           63.42   108 214 50.5 56       93 60.3      0     1    0.0 225      21 22     55    78 272     583
Ekpe Udoh, PF, GS                 39    125 271 46.1 33       51 64.7      0     0    --- 211      35 20     39    24 283     569
Brandon Bass, PF, ORL             67    130 259 50.0 83       99 84.3      0     2    0.0 177      25 13     42    27 342     568
Jordan Hill, PF, HOU              60    121 245 49.3 56       83 67.6      0     2    0.0 214      24 17     37    26 298     566
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Player                        G     FG FGA FGP      FT   FTA   FTP 3PT 3PTA 3PTP TRB AST      ST   TO   BK   PTS    FPTS
James Johnson, PF, CHI        70    110 244 45.2    59    81   72.9 17  53 32.6 148 56        24   72   50   297     559
Jason Smith, PF, PHI          76    112 252 44.6    43    64   66.9 7   22 32.6 190 28        22   43   41   275     540
Earl Barron, PF, NY           37    114 278 41.0    58    82   71.6 1    9    7.7 193 26      16   41    8   287     516
Jon Brockman, PF, SAC         61     68 128 53.4    46    77   59.7 0    0    --- 264 27      19   29    6   182     497
DeMarre Carroll, PF, MEM      75     97 244 39.6    36    58   62.3 0    7    0.0 165 36      31   26   10   230     482
Solomon Jones, PF, IND        61     84 170 49.5    62    89   69.7 1    4   14.3 176 25      13   42   41   231     469
Jawad Williams, PF, CLE       61    103 262 39.4    38    54   71.1 38 119 32.3 102 41        16   23    6   283     466
Derrick Brown, SF, CHA        67     99 213 46.3    70   104   66.7 3   10 28.6 113 28        30   28   15   270     455
Ricky Davis, SF, LAC          58     96 231 41.6    35    45   77.3 32  83 38.3 80    67      20   44    4   258     453
Trenton Hassell, SF, NJ       55     88 205 42.8    30    39   76.0 2    8   18.2 144 53      19   37   11   207     450
Josh Powell, PF, ATL          67     93 217 43.0    35    49   72.0 2    6   36.8 181 32       9   43   13   224     447
Luke Walton, SF, LAL          50     69 159 43.6    22    31   70.6 10  29 32.9 93    80      19   33    5   171     414
Rodney Carney, SF, PHI        54     97 238 40.7    34    46   74.8 34 104 32.8 89    21      24   21   16   262     410
Renaldo Balkman, SF, DEN      50     71 138 51.6    29    57   51.2 1    9   11.5 152 28      34   27   19   172     406
Nathan Jawai, PF, MIN         51     75 173 43.5    39    57   68.4 0    2    0.0 159 36      15   44   14   189     405
Shelden Williams, PF, BOS     49     68 149 45.9    58    81   72.2 0    2    0.0 153 16      17   30   18   195     385
Eduardo Najera, PF, CHA       44     65 141 45.7    20    32   63.0 18  57 32.6 125 34        25   24   14   168     376
Joe Smith, PF, ATL            60     82 177 46.2    38    50   75.4 1    3   23.5 123 19       9   18   16   202     370
Reggie Evans, PF, TOR         41     49 109 44.7    46    90   51.0 0    0   50.0 197 18      26   36    4   143     370
Mikki Moore, PF, GS           29     68 118 57.3    28    38   74.4 0    0    0.0 123 26       9   27   12   163     332
Jeff Pendergraph, PF, POR     45     65  98 66.2    27    30   90.0 0    0    --- 148 2       11   18   24   157     325
Earl Clark, SF, PHO           65     73 198 37.1    34    47   72.2 3    7   40.0 81  28       9   30   17   183     316
Sean May, PF, SAC             54     69 161 43.1    27    40   67.3 1    4   20.0 107 21      13   35    8   166     302
Devean George, SF, GS         44     56 142 39.1    15    20   72.2 24  69 34.5 84    21      21   14    9   150     292
Ryan Bowen, SF, OKC           33     51  99 51.8    15    26   58.3 0    1    0.0  89 24      33   14   11   117     285
Jonathan Bender, SF, NY       41     58 145 40.0    35    38   92.3 20  57 35.9 75    23       3   41   25   171     280
Chris Richard, PF, CHI        44     42  86 48.3    17    28   60.5 0    0    --- 144 19      13   28   12   100     279
Joe Alexander, SF, CHI        38     54 132 41.0    32    45   69.8 8   25 34.0 63    23       8   27   16   148     254
DaJuan Summers, SF, DET      52.8   55 156 35.4     32    46   71.1 18  50 35.7 54    19      10   19    8   161     252
Michael Finley, SF, BOS       35     58 136 42.7    10    13   78.3 25  63 38.9 50    23       6   12    3   151     243
Tony Battie, PF, NJ           45     50 105 47.4    18    27   66.3 1    4   23.1 87  10       9   14    8   118     228
Malik Allen, PF, DEN          49     53 119 45.0     9    11   76.3 0    2   22.2 74  18       7   17    9   116     226
James Jones, SF, MIA          44     41 101 40.5    23    27   86.0 27  66 41.2 46    12       8    9    6   132     207
Brian Scalabrine, PF, BOS     52     33  92 36.2    11    14   79.5 17  49 35.3 55    27       8   17    7    95     201
Pops Mensah-Bonsu, PF, TOR    41     31  82 38.2    28    44   63.9 0    1    0.0  90 5        8   18    8    91     191
Darnell Jackson, PF, MIL      44     35  88 39.7    21    31   68.3 1    5   16.7 82  9        9   20    6    91     186
Steve Novak, SF, LAC          59     45 103 44.1     5    6    86.1 30  73 40.9 33    9        5    5    2   126     178
Adam Morrison, SF, LAL        41     40 111 36.4     8    11   71.0 13  42 31.6 40    21       4   15    2   102     176
Brian Cook, PF, LAC           61     37 101 36.9     9    10   85.3 18  47 37.7 46    10       5   18    5   101     159
D.J. White, PF, OKC           29     39  70 56.0    15    18   82.6 0    0    ---  42 8        6    5    6    93     159
Yakhouba Diawara, SF, MIA     56     32  87 36.8     8    12   64.0 18  56 31.1 36    16       5    8    2    89     156
Mike Harris, SF, HOU          25     32  70 45.2    13    20   62.5 0    3    0.0  65 5        9   15    3    76     149
Brian Cardinal, PF, MIN       35     21  56 36.9    10    12   83.3 10  31 31.9 45    21      10   13    3    62     148
Alexis Ajinca, PF, CHA        35     30  80 38.0    20    29   69.0 0    2    0.0  35 3        8   14    7    81     123
Brian Skinner, PF, LAC        19     12  27 45.3     4    7    58.5 0    0   40.0 30  3        3    6    8    29      69
Tarence Kinsey, SF, CLE       20     16  36 43.9    13    15   86.4 3    8   40.0 17  4        5    8    0    47      69
Demetris Nichols, SF, IND     15     18  65 28.1     2    4    50.0 6   31 20.0 14    4        0    8    8    45      67
Othello Hunter, SF, ATL      11.5    8   16 46.9     2    5    33.3 0    0    ---  18 1        1    3    3    17      37




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Player                       G    FG    FGA     FGP    FT FTA FTP 3PT 3PTA 3PTP TRB           AST   ST    TO    BK    PTS     FPTS
Chris Paul, PG, NO           79   599   1,210   49.5   360 420 85.9 79 210 37.7 359           861   201   207    8   1,636    3,720
Dwyane Wade, SG, MIA         80   704   1,465   48.1   517 679 76.2 64 209 30.6 345           621   141   262   79   1,990    3,534
Kobe Bryant, SG, LAL         80   771   1,674   46.1   520 622 83.6 124 354 34.9 450          406   129   236   33   2,186    3,374
Deron Williams, PG, UTA      76   523   1,083   48.3   340 416 81.7 85 239 35.8 254           819    89   261   20   1,472    3,212
Tyreke Evans, SG, SAC        80   645   1,410   45.8   421 563 74.8 44 171 25.5 460           501   132   261   31   1,755    3,118
Derrick Rose, PG, CHI        80   716   1,484   48.3   262 338 77.6 18   76 24.2 301          564    98   201   26   1,714    3,066
Rajon Rondo, PG, BOS         80   465    927    50.2   177 283 62.6 14   57 25.2 377          788   182   235   14   1,122    3,036
Steve Nash, PG, PHO          78   452    895    50.5   201 218 92.5 132 294 44.8 247          856    48   268    9   1,236    2,984
Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC   82   479   1,173   40.8   353 442 79.8 30 121 24.9 416           676   113   282   26   1,341    2,966
Monta Ellis, SG, GS          75   738   1,532   48.2   345 450 76.8 49 153 31.7 384           374   153   242   30   1,871    2,945
Brandon Roy, SG, POR         75   612   1,305   46.9   385 488 78.9 85 243 34.9 371           420    84   154   20   1,694    2,855
Stephen Curry, PG, GS        82   570   1,234   46.2   191 216 88.5 179 410 43.7 384          510   164   264   21   1,511    2,836
Joe Johnson, SG, ATL         79   628   1,420   44.2   276 333 82.7 148 399 37.0 352          428    83   186   14   1,678    2,797
Baron Davis, PG, LAC         77   449   1,108   40.5   227 293 77.4 112 364 30.8 282          611   135   201   38   1,236    2,711
Brandon Jennings, PG, MIL    82   496   1,338   37.1   245 300 81.7 160 427 37.4 310          517   116   220   20   1,397    2,657
Darren Collison, PG, NO      79   534   1,120   47.7   210 247 85.1 65 163 40.0 273           601   111   287    6   1,343    2,648
Raymond Felton, PG, NY       81   468   1,102   42.4   230 290 79.4 66 212 31.1 299           596   130   229   24   1,232    2,647
Aaron Brooks, PG, HOU        82   581   1,380   42.1   257 306 84.0 211 556 38.0 253          448    76   237   16   1,630    2,633
Jason Kidd, PG, DAL          78   265    652    40.6    94 116 81.6 133 329 40.6 484          699   138   202   31    758     2,608
Devin Harris, PG, NJ         75   438   1,012   43.3   407 500 81.4 70 234 29.8 265           521   109   214   16   1,352    2,570
Rodney Stuckey, PG, DET      78   498   1,194   41.7   327 400 81.9 22   86 25.4 340          445   113   206   14   1,345    2,497
Andre Miller, PG, POR        82   469    994    47.2   293 363 80.9 11   53 20.4 307          494    98   185    9   1,242    2,459
Chauncey Billups, PG, DEN    75   390    911    42.7   415 455 91.3 147 371 39.8 220          467    89   166   14   1,342    2,433
Gilbert Arenas, PG, WAS      69   473   1,172   40.4   335 448 74.9 122 373 32.7 271          443    90   234   15   1,403    2,432
Tony Parker, PG, SA          77   556   1,118   49.7   266 354 75.1 17   61 27.9 214          453    56   185    7   1,395    2,394
Mo Williams, PG, CLE         75   489   1,054   46.4   200 225 88.9 157 371 42.2 260          405    79   194   15   1,334    2,304
O.J. Mayo, SG, MEM           82   574   1,282   44.8   239 282 84.5 146 381 38.3 322          262    98   209   16   1,533    2,284
Jamal Crawford, PG, ATL      80   485   1,149   42.2   294 340 86.4 157 430 36.6 196          302    65   156   14   1,421    2,144
Vince Carter, SG, ORL        74   451   1,021   44.1   264 321 82.3 103 277 37.2 324          280    64   127   25   1,268    2,114
John Wall, PG, WAS           78   419    912    45.9   321 444 72.3 89 260 34.2 213           401    87   251    8   1,248    2,107
Jonny Flynn, PG, MIN         82   449   1,076   41.7   252 305 82.6 87 243 35.8 216           402    93   263    2   1,236    2,088
Manu Ginobili, SG, SA        73   379    840    45.2   303 349 86.8 126 335 37.7 295          304    98   156   26   1,188    2,057
Jeff Teague, PG, ATL         79   398    914    43.5   181 217 83.7 31 121 25.6 296           388   101   221   49   1,008    2,009
Jason Terry, SG, DAL         79   475   1,040   45.6   201 232 86.7 142 385 36.8 170          261    90   103   18   1,292    1,988
Eric Gordon, SG, LAC         77   446    986    45.3   305 380 80.3 146 385 38.0 211          235    86   180   29   1,344    1,959
Richard Hamilton, SG, DET    69   465   1,032   45.1   226 268 84.3 64 174 36.9 209           295    53   141    6   1,221    1,939
Kevin Martin, SG, HOU        70   412    951    43.3   494 568 87.0 115 296 38.8 244          149    66   145    7   1,433    1,903
Mike Conley, PG, MEM         80   347    787    44.0   153 199 76.9 79 205 38.5 238           394    96   158    9    925     1,897
Kirk Hinrich, PG, WAS        77   331    794    41.7   109 138 79.5 104 278 37.3 253          395    96   144   25    875     1,895
Beno Udrih, PG, SAC          78   394    830    47.4   135 162 83.6 60 166 36.3 243           369    84   164   12    983     1,895
Ray Allen, SG, BOS           79   444    950    46.7   216 234 92.4 166 423 39.2 253          207    63   124   17   1,270    1,893
Evan Turner, SG, PHI         76   398    822    48.4   211 301 70.1 44 101 43.6 264           324    88   189    9   1,051    1,871
Jason Richardson, SG, PHO    80   455    986    46.1   154 205 75.4 152 380 40.0 334          157    74   101   34   1,215    1,869
Jarrett Jack, PG, TOR        82   338    743    45.5   223 261 85.4 78 211 36.9 254           369    72   182    8    977     1,867
J.R. Smith, SG, DEN          79   434    992    43.8   177 243 73.0 185 489 37.8 255          201    89   150   17   1,231    1,844
George Hill, PG, SA          80   367    810    45.3   217 280 77.5 72 191 37.9 265           264    83   128   34   1,023    1,807
Jameer Nelson, PG, ORL       69   338    718    47.1   121 142 84.9 90 219 41.4 227           375    63   142    4    887     1,790
Jrue Holiday, PG, PHI        78   320    723    44.2    90 120 75.6 86 221 39.0 265           389   110   217   25    816     1,778
Luke Ridnour, PG, MIN        82   309    715    43.3   144 164 88.0 62 175 35.5 194           397    78   134   16    825     1,772
Jose Calderon, PG, TOR       70   272    544    50.1    97 107 90.7 65 158 41.1 162           421    59   104    6    707     1,671
Ramon Sessions, PG, CLE      82   281    627    44.9   208 272 76.4  4   24 17.9 234          363    67   141    7    775     1,667
Courtney Lee, SG, NJ         79   392    888    44.2   142 167 85.4 107 289 36.9 290          143   114    98   23   1,033    1,649
Terrence Williams, SG, NJ    80   321    801    40.1   127 177 71.5 38 123 31.0 410           256    53   153   12    807     1,642
Nate Robinson, SG, BOS       77   345    798    43.2   157 194 81.0 107 312 34.3 216          234    71   109    4    954     1,604
T.J. Ford, PG, IND           72    72    686    10.5   170 200 84.8 21   76 28.3 188          327    69   138   10    817     1,601
Chris Duhon, PG, ORL         75   208    522    39.8   110 136 81.3 96 261 36.7 191           426    63   142    4    622     1,591
Mike Miller, SG, MIA         71   283    572    49.6   109 141 76.9 102 239 42.6 407          247    33   140   19    777     1,590
Josh Childress, SG, PHO      78   340    596    57.1   231 286 80.7 23   62 36.7 388          122    74   102   45    934     1,582
C.J. Watson, PG, GS          78   304    663    45.9   178 216 82.2 57 162 35.1 219           234   119   100    7    843     1,557
Will Bynum, PG, DET          75   297    661    44.9   179 224 79.8 11   56 20.3 164          332    67   144    7    784     1,542
Allen Iverson, SG, PHI       75   315    713    44.2   269 336 80.0 35 105 33.1 130           259    70   120    5    933     1,537
Marcus Thornton, PG, NO      73   410    909    45.1   148 182 81.4 121 322 37.4 217          117    60    78   11   1,089    1,534
James Harden, SG, OKC        81   282    699    40.3   235 290 80.8 113 300 37.5 295          166    97   128   24    911     1,531
Anthony Morrow, SG, NJ       72   368    779    47.2   114 130 87.9 142 309 46.0 289          116    64    86   18    992     1,508
Ben Gordon, SG, DET          70   365    832    43.9   214 244 87.7 105 271 38.9 168          178    47   126   10   1,050    1,504
Anthony Parker, SG, CLE      81   298    665    44.8    96 118 81.6 108 261 41.6 285          197    78    88   16    801     1,486
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Player                           G    FG FGA FGP FT FTA FTP 3PT 3PTA 3PTP TRB                   AST ST    TO    BK   PTS    FPTS
Earl Watson, PG, IND             77   221 517 42.7 93 126 74.0 37 120 30.4 194                  396 67    152   11   572    1,485
Kyle Lowry, PG, HOU              72   214 507 42.2 217 284 76.6 33 127 26.2 233                 298 75    122   16   678    1,476
Lou Williams, SG, PHI            76   292 682 42.8 217 272 79.6 56 174 32.5 156                 229 74    115   13   857    1,442
Randy Foye, SG, LAC              75   301 729 41.4 146 170 85.5 83 225 36.8 167                 246 50    114   14   831    1,439
Tracy McGrady, SG, DET           67   292 716 40.8 147 204 72.3 52 168 30.7 207                 234 44     96   21   783    1,426
Shaun Livingston, PG, CHA        71   276 533 51.7 104 119 87.9          0    12   0.0 217      304 49    137   27   656    1,420
Dahntay Jones, SG, IND           78   292 638 45.8 215 289 74.5 10            35 29.1 272       151 61    130   40   810    1,356
Mike Bibby, PG, ATL              77   254 601 42.3 75       93 80.3 103 267 38.6 166            265 58     90    5   686    1,354
Delonte West, PG, MIN            69   250 568 44.0 101 126 79.8 61 163 37.3 209                 241 77    111   26   661    1,344
Mario Chalmers, PG, MIA          80   207 502 41.2 104 136 75.9 85 246 34.6 163                 292 113   130    9   603    1,342
Rasual Butler, SG, LAC           77   321 780 41.1 94 115 81.8 133 373 35.6 246                  92 41    60    61   868    1,340
Jordan Farmar, PG, NJ            82   286 660 43.4 66 102 64.6 105 289 36.5 182                 215 79    113   11   743    1,332
Wesley Matthews, SG, POR         82   303 627 48.3 178 214 82.9 70 183 38.2 212                 138 71    103   17   854    1,325
Jose Juan Barea, PG, DAL         79   256 585 43.8 81 102 79.8 62 170 36.2 173                  273 40    113    6   655    1,307
D.J. Augustin, PG, CHA           75   239 581 41.2 171 200 85.2 98 233 42.0 127                 244 48    106    4   747    1,306
Ty Lawson, PG, DEN               72   251 488 51.5 133 175 75.7 43 104 41.0 155                 254 60    103    3   678    1,300
Steve Blake, PG, LAL             78   201 482 41.7 39       50 79.1 101 245 41.0 148            304 49     93    4   543    1,258
Arron Afflalo, SG, DEN           80   268 601 44.6 106 137 77.3 86 215 39.9 279                 125 56     81   27   727    1,258
Bill Walker, SG, NY              78   310 577 53.8 109 143 76.4 100 233 42.7 233                105 58     92   10   830    1,250
A.J. Price, PG, IND              78   262 641 41.0 109 136 80.0 109 315 34.5 159                192 63    107    5   742    1,247
 Greivis Vasquez, PG, MEM        67   142 335 42.4 102 124 82.3 78 234 33.3 233                 321 56    159   11   464    1,247
J.J. Redick, SG, ORL             80   252 592 42.5 184 215 85.7 120 306 39.3 177                152 33     81    3   808    1,244
Eric Maynor, PG, OKC             80   186 445 41.8 63       87 72.2 27        86 31.0 156       322 48    103   12   462    1,220
DeMar DeRozan, SG, TOR           80   309 620 49.8 179 235 76.3          5    19 25.0 270        64  52    75   22   801    1,198
Ronald Murray, PG, CHI           75   277 658 42.1 138 187 73.5 63 188 33.5 155                 156 61    108   13   755    1,188
Derek Fisher, PG, LAL            82   225 539 41.7 104 120 86.4 83 214 38.7 141                 187 72     64    5   636    1,164
Chase Budinger, SG, HOU          79   274 622 44.1 74       96 77.0 101 274 36.9 242             97  37    53   12   723    1,155
Chris Douglas-Roberts, SG, MIL   72   281 625 44.9 154 183 84.0 14            55 25.8 207       121 56    107   22   729    1,149
Thabo Sefolosha, SG, OKC         78   195 451 43.2 73       98 73.7 35 113 30.7 327             142 86     91   45   497    1,148
Toney Douglas, SG, NY            73   254 555 45.8 78       97 80.9 97 249 38.9 153             159 60     78    4   683    1,140
Sonny Weems, SG, TOR             76   296 587 50.5 57       87 65.3      2    22 11.1 238       126 49     86   30   652    1,136
Bobby Jackson, PG, SAC           73   222 555 40.1 84 102 82.4 79 237 33.3 213                  158 60     70    5   608    1,132
Mike Dunleavy, SG, IND           70   242 540 44.8 148 177 83.4 77 203 38.0 206                 123 39     85   16   709    1,131
Quentin Richardson, SG, MIA      76   220 559 39.4 63       86 72.8 104 282 36.7 316            102 50     64   13   607    1,126
Carlos Delfino, SG, MIL          75   205 509 40.3 78 103 76.0 95 253 37.4 281                  130 56     72   12   584    1,119
Jeremy Lin, PG, GS               62   111 238 46.6 81 108 75.0 31             88 35.2 189       284 60     91    2   384    1,112
Rafer Alston, PG, MIA            71   195 511 38.1 73       99 73.5 73 211 34.5 144             227 60     92    9   536    1,110
Nicolas Batum, SG, POR           71   227 475 47.7 64       78 82.5 88 227 38.7 273              89  56    58   49   605    1,102
Rudy Fernandez, SG, POR          76   208 511 40.6 99 117 85.1 125 322 38.7 180                 139 64     77   11   639    1,095
Shannon Brown, PG, LAL           82   263 618 42.5 104 132 78.3 59 179 33.2 173                 114 63     90   29   688    1,091
Roger Mason Jr., SG, SA          81   245 582 42.1 59       68 87.0 116 299 39.0 165            135 33     69   13   666    1,077
Willie Green, SG, PHI            77   268 607 44.1 79 102 77.5 44 140 31.3 128                  135 41     70   13   658    1,041
Rashad McCants, SG, SAC          69   271 625 43.3 97 129 75.3 90 235 38.1 138                  100 49    103   14   728    1,027
Nick Young, SG, WAS              80   283 651 43.5 134 162 82.6 60 158 38.0 133                  75  37    88   13   760    1,005
Raja Bell, SG, UTA               55   219 509 43.0 57       67 86.2 103 251 41.0 184            110 37     53   13   598     998
Roddy Beaubois, PG, DAL          71   248 478 51.8 67       83 80.8 72 176 40.9 125             118 46     86   19   635     976
Goran Dragic, PG, PHO            76   172 397 43.4 93 124 74.6 52 134 38.8 152                  195 43    110    6   489     970
Jerryd Bayless, PG, POR          78   180 450 40.0 190 231 82.3 24            80 30.3 119       168 28    101    5   575     961
Carlos Arroyo, PG, MIA           75   163 352 46.3 79       93 84.9 18        53 33.0 118       216 30     64    4   423     944
Daniel Gibson, PG, CLE           70   193 458 42.2 67       87 77.1 108 254 42.4 132            126 42     63   13   562     938
Kyle Korver, SG, UTA             68   200 443 45.1 85       96 88.2 86 211 40.6 170             102 36     65   22   570     938
Wayne Ellington, SG, MIN         80   230 542 42.4 74       85 87.1 77 196 39.5 192              90  24    90    6   611     923
Jason Williams, PG, ORL          64   145 355 41.0 36       44 82.6 66 180 36.5 93              220 49     65    3   393     913
Charlie Bell, SG, GS             75   179 455 39.3 58       73 78.6 73 206 35.6 136             146 44     65    7   489     902
Daequan Cook, SG, OKC            62   209 570 36.8 47       56 84.8 110 306 35.8 181             76  31    52   12   576     899
Fred Jones, SG, LAC              61   146 352 41.5 75       97 77.3 60 159 37.8 139             166 47     68   14   428     893
Francisco Garcia, SG, SAC        61   196 430 45.5 87 109 80.1 60 154 39.4 148                   87  50    70   37   539     878
Ronnie Brewer, SG, MEM           75   197 378 52.0 105 148 71.0          8    33 24.7 141        93  72    46   13   507     873
Michael Redd, SG, MIL            36   207 474 43.6 137 170 80.9 52 144 35.7 111                  89  28    59    4   603     864
Luther Head, PG, IND             71   187 438 42.6 63       77 81.6 64 180 35.4 125             126 37     70    9   500     854
Earl Boykins, PG, WAS            72   165 406 40.5 89 105 85.1 23             73 31.7 77        189 26     78    2   442     847
Sebastian Telfair, PG, MIN       69   145 368 39.4 60       77 78.8 30        97 31.0 78        209 40     78    7   381     845
Keyon Dooling, PG, MIL           65   163 372 43.7 93 113 82.6 50 126 39.4 86                   149 39     62    4   468     832
Leandro Barbosa, SG, TOR         56   205 443 46.3 85       99 85.4 62 165 37.3 99               91  37    53    8   557     831
Anthony Johnson, PG, ORL         65   129 305 42.3 41       52 79.9 39        95 40.4 120       189 39     69    5   338     811
Keith Bogans, SG, SA             78   147 371 39.7 52       67 78.3 90 252 35.5 197              81  45    45    8   436     803
Antoine Wright, SG, SAC          60   175 425 41.2 62       88 71.1 50 158 31.3 173              84  38    59   22   462     803
Devin Brown, SG, CHI             65   159 414 38.5 87 113 77.4 45 140 32.2 174                  101 40     74    6   451     799
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Player                        G    FG FGA FGP      FT   FTA   FTP 3PT 3PTA 3PTP TRB          AST ST    TO    BK   PTS    FPTS
Eddie House, SG, MIA          72   179 433 41.3    34    39   87.2 97 242 40.1 121            92  45    50    7   489     797
Damien Wilkins, SG, MIN       80   156 384 40.5    75    97   77.1 29  87 33.0 171            98  46    61   15   415     781
Larry Hughes, SG, CHA         50   158 413 38.2    85   106   80.9 44 124 35.2 126           103 53     62   11   444     779
Jarvis Hayes, SG, NJ          60   190 437 43.4    29    40   73.1 70 191 36.8 171            48  40    38    7   479     755
Marquis Daniels, SG, BOS      65   180 400 45.1    60    86   69.1 14  59 23.2 148            85  45    66   13   434     743
Maurice Evans, SG, ATL        77   172 379 45.4    44    58   76.0 63 167 37.7 164            49  35    27   10   451     730
Jerry Stackhouse, SG, MIL     54   156 394 39.7    85    98   86.6 47 145 32.4 109            99  23    70    9   445     714
Eric Bledsoe, PG, LAC         61    91 211 43.1    47    71   66.2 15  41 36.6 158           151 145   141    3   244     711
 Xavier Henry, SG, MEM        65   121 267 45.3    67    85   78.8 41 123 33.3 201            88  45   111    8   350     669
Travis Diener, PG, POR        67    95 250 38.0    31    36   85.6 49 144 33.8 82            154 26     31    4   269     658
Desmond Mason, SG, SAC        44   145 312 46.4    66   106   62.2 0    1    0.0 172          68  23    58   25   355     653
Tony Allen, SG, MEM           61   133 284 47.0    89   125   70.7 7   27 27.0 128            77  54    77   19   363     641
Jannero Pargo, PG, CHI        68   140 375 37.4    41    46   89.7 37 118 31.8 76            102 29     52    3   359     618
Jordan Crawford, SG, ATL      67   154 348 44.3    69    91   75.8 13  39 33.3 78             97  34    97    3   390     602
Jodie Meeks, SG, PHI          69   135 348 38.8    40    51   79.5 55 172 31.8 129            51  23    33    7   365     593
Royal Ivey, PG, OKC           58   102 270 37.8    52    69   74.4 35 103 34.4 92             93  40    44    6   291     572
Anthony Carter, PG, DEN       61    77 174 44.2    22    29   75.0 14  47 29.6 82            152 41     56    9   190     569
Morris Peterson, SG, NO       60   124 307 40.4    34    48   69.6 64 167 38.3 128            38  27    25    4   345     554
Ronnie Price, PG, UTA         72    97 240 40.5    37    53   71.1 23  74 31.7 70            114 41     54    8   255     548
Mike James, PG, WAS           62   109 297 36.9    40    50   80.4 37 103 35.5 74             96  24    49    3   296     540
Marco Belinelli, SG, TOR      64   120 287 41.8    54    66   81.3 47 120 38.8 65             70  30    48    2   340     530
Marcus Banks, PG, TOR         54   108 236 45.5    46    60   75.6 37 107 34.5 63             85  27    52   13   298     518
Marcus Williams, PG, MEM      65    83 221 37.7    29    41   70.4 30  87 34.9 75            119 22     58    2   226     505
Sasha Pavlovic, SG, MIN       70   109 287 37.9    26    46   56.1 34 102 33.5 109            62  22    46    8   278     495
DeShawn Stevenson, SG, DAL    68    82 231 35.7    42    57   73.3 42 124 33.7 79             80  20    32    5   249     480
Quinton Ross, SG, NJ          71    93 242 38.3    28    40   70.7 16  45 35.4 119            50  30    26   18   229     472
Von Wafer, SG, BOS            55   123 287 42.9    48    65   74.4 34  95 35.8 66             39  21    36    6   328     463
Jamaal Tinsley, PG, MEM       45    66 175 37.8    27    37   74.0 14  52 26.1 60            126 29     56    4   173     462
Matt Carroll, SG, CHA         58   101 243 41.4    41    51   81.7 37  94 39.0 92             32  22    29    8   279     434
Kyle Weaver, SG, OKC          54    76 169 44.8    28    39   71.9 24  68 34.8 90             68  32    44   19   203     434
Javaris Crittenton, PG, WAS   71    79 180 44.2    43    68   63.8 4   18 23.1 96             70  20    47    3   206     417
Roko Ukic, SG, MIL            41    74 191 38.7    29    38   74.6 8   40 18.9 42             89  17    36    1   184     387
Jeff McInnis, PG, CHA         50    54 125 43.4    12    15   76.7 2   10 15.8 48            110 12     38    2   121     364
Malik Hairston, SG, SA        61    80 157 51.2    24    46   51.4 3   15 16.7 97             36  13    29   20   187     360
Acie Law, PG, CHI             57    62 155 40.4    43    54   79.6 7   27 26.6 45             77  18    35    1   175     359
Sasha Vujacic, SG, LAL        71    73 175 42.0    29    33   87.0 37  96 39.0 61             38  22    17    3   213     357
Sundiata Gaines, PG, UTA      51    63 137 46.3    38    77   50.0 12  43 26.9 48             65  20    23    0   177     352
J.R. Giddens, SG, NY          43    66 140 47.6    29    51   56.5 0   22   0.0 120           29  22    40    4   162     326
Garrett Temple, PG, SA        41    71 163 43.6    56    81   70.0 21  60 35.1 50             34  21    43   10   219     324
Chris Quinn, PG, NJ           65    53 129 41.2    25    29   85.2 23  59 39.6 38             61  14    18    1   155     312
Chucky Atkins, PG, DET        39    48 141 33.9    16    19   84.6 22  75 29.7 30             71  13    23    1   134     297
Bobby Brown, PG, LAC          44    58 152 38.4    12    15   81.0 18  58 31.1 23             52  9     28    1   147     257
Stephen Graham, SG, CHA       45    65 139 46.8    26    36   72.7 11  33 33.1 63             16  8     23    4   166     252
DeMarcus Nelson, SG, CHI      35    61 137 44.4    13    36   35.7 0    8    0.0  61          33  23    38    5   135     251
Lester Hudson, SG, MEM        35    51 130 39.6    27    32   84.6 12  39 31.3 44             32  20    34    7   142     243
Jermaine Taylor, SG, HOU      35    54 144 37.8    40    56   71.7 6   27 22.7 56             19  12    23    4   155     242
Gerald Henderson, SG, CHA     45    41 114 35.6    39    52   74.5 4   21 21.1 61             14  11    15   10   124     219
Mardy Collins, PG, LAC        23    36  93 38.0    11    18   61.0 4   14 31.2 39             41  13    25    3    86     200
Kevin Ollie, PG, OKC          35    27  66 40.9    25    30   84.0 0    1    0.0  30          44  10    11    1    79     196
Kareem Rush, SG, LAC          41    43 108 39.5     6    8    73.9 19  51 37.9 32             18  8     13    4   111     179
Gabe Pruitt, PG, BOS          42    24  74 32.1     9    12   78.3 9   32 28.3 27             27  11    13    2    66     147
Lindsey Hunter, PG, CHI       35    19  60 30.7     4    5    75.0 8   30 27.6 13             27  12    12    1    49     117
Mario West, SG, ATL           30    12  27 45.2     9    17   56.1 0    2   16.7 34           11  10    7     2    34      93
Will Conroy, PG, HOU          15    14  45 30.0     0    9     0.0 0   14   0.0   14          32  0     18    0    27      86




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Player Profiles (Alphabetical by Position)
                                        Andrew Bynum, C, LAL
Centers                                 Andrew Bynum suffered a knee injury for the third straight season last year. He
                                                                                      suffered a meniscus tear in his right knee during the Lakers playoff run and
Cole Aldrich, C, OKC                                                                  didn't miss any time because of the injury, but it severely limited his role with
Cole Aldrich averaged 11.3 points, 3.5 blocks and 9.8 rebounds per game at            the club for the remainder of the playoffs and in the NBA Finals. He had
Kansas last year. He shot 56 percent from the field and 67.9 percent from the         successful surgery to repair the tear in his knee on July 28, but his decision to
foul line. Aldrich gives the Thunder depth on the front court, but he probably        postpone surgery pushed back his recovery schedule enough that he is likely
won't be a main man in the rotation. Like most rookies he will be a role player       to miss possibly the entire first month of the season. This is the third season in
and not have a lot of Fantasy value. Rolling the dice on him in the last few          a row Bynum has had to deal with a knee injury and Fantasy owners are
rounds and stashing him on the bench might pay off if he gets some quality            beginning to wonder if he will ever be able to stay healthy. When Bynum is
minutes. Don't expect much out of him though.                                         healthy, he is extremely productive. Last season he started a career-high 65
                                                                                      games and averaged 15 points, 8.3 rebounds and 1.4 blocks a game. He has
Andrea Bargnani, C, TOR                                                               the value of a low-end No.1/ high-end No.2 Fantasy center, but his injury
Andrea Bargnani emerged as a reliable No. 1-caliber center during the 2009-10         situation g oing into the season will have him going among Fantasy reserves in
regular season, finishing 12th overall in Head-to-Head scoring among center-          the middle rounds. You can take a chance on him with a mid-round pick,
eligible players in CBSSports.com leagues. But 2010-11 could be his best              however, Fantasy owners should have a quality backup option for those times
season yet by far. The departure of Chris Bosh leaves Bargnani as the team's          when he will be unavailable.
only real low-post presence and all signs point to him becoming the team's go-
to scorer. Expect to see a rise in field-goal attempts (14.3 per game last            Marcus Camby, C, POR
season), leading to an increase in scoring. The 20-point per game plateau may         Marcus Camby signed a two-year extension with Portland this offseason. The
be within reach for the Italian. He'll have to deal with more defensive attention     14-year veteran averaged 7 points, 7.5 boards, 2 blocks, 1.5 assists and 1.1
than ever without Bosh, but his well-diverse inside-out game should make up           steals in his 23 games played for Portland last year. Those numbers were
for that fact. For category-based leagues, understand that Bargnani is not your       down a touch from his 51 games started for the Clippers, but Camby gets to
typical big man in that he won't be a great source for rebounds (he averaged a        play next to LaMarcus Aldridge, which eases the load for the veteran. Camby
career-high 6.1 last season), but he'll also be a boost to your 3-point shooting      shot 49.7 percent from the field and just 58.1 percent from the foul line. He's
and is actually an underrated shot blocker. He is also very careful with the          never been one for the charity stripe as he's a career 68 percent free-throw
basketball, averaging just 1.5 turnovers per game over his career. Bargnani's         shooter. Despite his age, Camby is still producing and is valuable in category-
stock is as high as it has ever been in Fantasy and we consider him worthy of a       based leagues due to his blocks, rebounds and field-goal percentage. Consider
pick within the first four rounds of any league.                                      him a solid No. 2 center in Fantasy leagues this fall.

DeJuan Blair, PF, SA                                                                  Nick Collison, C, OKC
DeJuan Blair had a really good rookie campaign for San Antonio. The former            Nick Collison averaged 5.9 points and 5.1 rebounds in a reserve role for
Pitt Panther averaged 7.8 points, 0.5 blocks and 6.4 rebounds per game,               Oklahoma City last year. The seven-year veteran had arthroscopic surgery on
mainly in a reserve role. He started 23 of his 82 games played, but could start       his right knee in the offseason and is a question mark to start the season.
next to Tim Duncan this year instead of serving as his backup, but that is yet to     Going into Draft Day he's an injury-risk pick, but then again he is nothing more
be decided. Veteran Antonio McDyess could start, cutting into Blair's minutes,        than a Fantasy reserve player.
but he should be able to get more than the 18 minutes per game he saw as a
rookie. Blair shot a stellar 55.6 percent from the field, but an underwhelming        DeMarcus Cousins, C, SAC
54.7 percent from the foul line. He averaged just two attempts per game, but          DeMarcus Cousins was selected with the fifth overall pick of the Kings back in
that should go up a touch if he sees more action. Free throws would be his            April. He averaged 15.1 points and 9.8 rebounds in his lone season at
Achilles heel and is the one thing the youngster needs to work on. In category        Kentucky and has all the makings to make an immediate Fantasy impact. He
based leagues, Blair could definitely hurt a Fantasy owner's free-throw               will likely have to share time with Jason Thompson and Samuel Dalembert, but
percentage. Blair is a solid Fantasy reserve forward with the potential to start      should still see plenty of minutes this season. Consider him a solid mid-round
some games for the Spurs. He's worth drafting in the later rounds in all formats.     pick with a ton of upside on Draft Day.

Andray Blatche, C, WAS                                                                Samuel Dalembert, C, SAC
Andray Blatche spent a lot of time in the offseason transforming his physique.        Samuel Dalembert joined the Sacramento Kings via a trade this offseason. He
The 6-foot-11 big man beefed up and added muscle to his slender frame in              will miss at least the first couple of weeks of the season due to a strained
preparation for his first full season as a starting center. He underwent foot         abductor muscle in his hip. Dalembert averaged 8.1 points 9.6 rebounds and
surgery to repair a broken bone in his right foot, but will be fully healed and       1.8 blocks with Philadelphia during the 2009-10 regular season and is the
healthy for the start of the 2009-10 regular season after being a revelation last     projected starting center going into the season, but his absence early on could
year after the team dealt away Caron Butler and Antawn Jamison with Gilbert           create an opportunity for Jason Thompson to gain control of the job. The Kings
Arenas being suspended for over 40 games. Blatche burst onto the Fantasy              desperately needed shot blocking on the roster, however, and now have it with
scene, averaging 22.1 points, 8.3 rebounds and 3.6 assists over the final 32          the acquisition of Dalembert. He finished eighth in blocks last season, which
games of the season while shooting at an impressive 48.5 percent clip from the        increases his value in category-based leagues, but does not offer much in the
floor. Blatche remains the team's only real interior offensive presence going         way of assists (0.8) or steals (0.5). Fantasy owners can expect double-digit
into the 2010-11 regular season, but he won't be required to carry as much of         rebound totals almost every night from Dalembert, but he will struggle to score
the overall offensive load with the addition of No. 1 overall pick John Wall and      at times, which limits his Fantasy value. Consider him a No. 3 center going into
the return of Gilbert Arenas. While last year's second half numbers -- stretched      the season, worthy of a late-round pick.
out over the course of a full season -- would warrant a pick in the first couple of
rounds in most Fantasy scenarios, the reality is that Blatche remains more of a
                                                                                      Erick Dampier, C, FA
low-end No. 1 center target somewhere around Round 6 or 7.
                                                                                      Erick Dampier is a 35-year-old who has very little to offer at this stage in his
                                                                                      career -- to NBA teams and to Fantasy owners – and was waived by the
Andrew Bogut, C, MIL                                                                  Bobcats in September. He is a solid defensive presence and can provide a
Andrew Bogut was enjoying a fine season 2009-10 before it was cut short due           cheap source for blocks and rebounds, but won't be worth starting consistently
to injuries. Bogut averaged 15.9 points, 10.2 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per             in any Fantasy format. Consider him as a No. 3 or 4 reserve to stash on your
game and re-established himself among the elite centers in Fantasy. He                bench in deeper leagues if he signs with a new team, but we expect him to be
suffered a broken hand, dislocated elbow and sprained right wrist after taking a      waiver wire fodder in most formats.
nasty fall under the basket last season that forced him to miss the final 13
games of the season and the playoffs. However, it appears Bogut will be 100
percent for the start of training camp this season. He has had a history with
injuries, but should be viewed as a viable No. 1 center heading into the 2010-
11 season as long as he is healthy. Bogut is worth drafting in the early rounds.


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Channing Frye, C, PHO                                                               Spencer Hawes, C, PHI
Channing Frye agreed to a five-year deal with the Phoenix this offseason. He        The best thing that could have happened to Spencer Hawes' Fantasy value
averaged 11.2 points, with the Suns last season and shot 43 percent from 3-         was to get out of Sacramento. In Philadelphia, Hawes will get a chance to get
point range. With Amarie Stoudemire off to New York, Frye will have plenty of       his career back on track after taking a step back in his third NBA season due to
opportunities to score and pick up rebounds. He averaged 27.0 minutes per           erratic production. That erratic production can be attributed, at least in part, due
game last season, but was very streaky at times. He might hold more value in        to a failure to get on the same page with coach Paul Westphal. He'll have to
Rotisserie Fantasy formats for his 3-point shot and should be thought of as a       earn his playing time under new head coach Doug Collins, but will be playing
No. 3 Fantasy center in most leagues. Frye is worth a late-round pick in most       with an added chip on his shoulder trying to prove that the progress that he
formats.                                                                            made in his second year was not a fluke and that it was Westphal's fault he
                                                                                    struggled in 2009-10. He could challenge for the starting center job in Philly
Marc Gasol, C, MEM                                                                  with Samuel Dalembert, but should see good playing time even if he does have
Marc Gasol saw his numbers improve across the board last year in his                to come off the bench. Hawes should be available in the later rounds come
sophomore season for Memphis. Gasol started all 69 games he played last             Draft Day as a No. 3 center with the upside to develop into a decent No. 2
year, averaging 14.6 points, 9.3 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.6 blocks per           option under the right conditions. Don't expect much more than low teens
game. Unfortunately his year was cut short by injuries. He was put on the shelf     scoring, around 6-7 rebounds and a couple of assists per game. Fantasy
at the begging of April with a partially torn neck muscle. His 58.1 field goal      owners in category-based play should be aware that he can hurt your free-
percentage was one of the best in the leagues, but his 67 free-throw                throw percentages. He isn't a plus producer in any particular category.
percentage was definitely lackluster. Heading into Fantasy drafts, owners           Roy Hibbert, C, IND
should be confident in grabbing Gasol as a No. 1 center option. He's part of a      Roy Hibbert made huge strides in his game between his rookie and sophomore
good young club and despite his injury last year, shouldn't be considered an        season. As a rookie, Hibbert averaged 7.1 points, 3.5 rebounds 1.1 blocks. He
injury-risk pick. Gasol finished 13th in Head-to-Head points among center-          followed that up last season by averaging 11.7 points, 5.7 rebounds and 1.6
eligible players in CBSSports.com standard leagues a season ago despite             blocks while starting 69 games. Hibbert also showed his ability to pass the ball
playing in just 69 games, putting him in the category of No. 1 caliber centers in   from under the basket averaging 2.0 assists per game. He shot a solid 49.5
your standard 12-team league. In Rotisserie formats, he offers plus rebounding      percent from the floor and a respectable 75.4 percent from the charity stripe.
and shot blocking with the ability for mid-teens scoring and excellent field-goal   He is considered part of the Pacers core nucleus and has been working out
percentage (58.1 percent in 2009-10). He can be a liability in the free-throw       with Hall of Fame center Bill Walton this summer to continue to develop his
department (67.0 percent in 2009-10), but is capable of improvement in that         game, especially his defense. Because his all-around-game is so good, Hibbert
area. He did shoot 73 percent as a rookie. He is worthy of a pick as your No. 1     has slightly more value in category-based leagues. He should only continue to
center in any league, but could still be available to you as a luxurious No. 2.     improve in 2010-11 and has all the makings to become a solid big man in the
                                                                                    NBA. He could be viewed as a No. 2 center with a ton of upside and is worthy
Pau Gasol, PF, LAL                                                                  of a mid-round pick in all formats next season.
Pau Gasol continues to be one of the best Fantasy big men in all formats. The
11-year center out of Spain, missed the first few weeks of the 2009-10 season       J.J. Hickson, PF, CLE
with a hamstring injury, but still managed to average 18.8 points, 11.3             J.J. Hickson had a breakout year in 2009-10. He averaged a career-high in
rebounds and 1.7 blocks a game. Gasol is one of the better shooting big men         points (8.5), rebounds (4.9) and field goal percentage (55 percent) in 81
in the game, shooting 53.6 percent from the floor and 79.0 percent from the         games. Hickson played well as a reserve big man for Cleveland last season
charity stripe. He offers that rare blend of power and finesse and also has         and now will be forced to take a more prominent role with the departures of
showed the ability to pass the ball from under the basket, averaging 3.4 dimes      LeBron James, Shaquille O'Neal and Zydrunas Ilgauskas. He thrived off the
a game last season. He has proved over the last two seasons that he can play        play-making ability of James last season, but now will be forced to create his
alongside Andrew Bynum and Lamar Odom without his numbers taking a hit              own looks. Still, the fact that Hickson could see significant minutes immediately
and will continue to thrive playing in the same offense as Kobe Bryant. Gasol is    increases his value. He is worth drafting as a potential sleeper in later rounds.
worth drafting as a No. 1 Fantasy option at the center position.
                                                                                    Al Horford, C, ATL
Drew Gooden, PF, MIL                                                                Al Horford has arrived among the elite options at the center position in Fantasy.
Drew Gooden signed with the Bucks this offseason. Gooden's size fills a major       Capable of around 10 rebounds and a block or two per game throughout each
need at power forward for the Bucks, but might find it hard to find consistent      of his first three NBA seasons, the former Florida Gators standout has added
playing time with Ersan Ilyasova and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute in the mix at         some depth to his offensive game, allowing him to average a career-high 14.2
the forward position. He averaged 10.9 points and 7.7 rebounds in 80 games          points per game last season. That is still an area that the 24-year-old is
last season with the Mavericks and Clippers. Gooden can fly under the Fantasy       developing and while he may never have much of a mid-range game, his
radar, but does have moments of high-end production. However, with the              finishing around the rim is above-average. He shot a career-high 55.1 percent
logjam of forwards the Bucks have on their roster, Gooden will most likely not      from the field in 2009-10 and is just about a lock to shoot over 50 percent from
receive enough playing time to be drafted as a starter. He could be a valuable      the field throughout his career. His free-throw shooting also improved last fall,
stopgap depending how injuries play out this season and is worth drafting in        as he managed to shoot 78.9 percent from the charity stripe -- respectable for
deeper leagues as a reserve with limited upside.                                    a big man. He doesn’t handle the ball enough to turn the ball over much and is
                                                                                    a very safe pick in the early rounds in either Head-to-Head of category leagues
Udonis Haslem, PF, MIA                                                              as a No. 1 center.
Udonis Haslem turned down a bigger paycheck to remain in Miami to play
alongside the likes of Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh. Wade               Dwight Howard, C, ORL
lobbied heavily to have him back and that's because he knows very well what         Dwight Howard seems to have reached a statistical ceiling, albeit a very high
Haslem brings to the team as a workhorse on the boards -- regardless of             one, over the last few years. His numbers have not varied much, averaging
whether he is starting or coming off the bench. Fantasy owners should also be       around 20 points, 13 rebounds and just below three blocks per game over the
very familiar with what he can offer as his numbers have changed very little        past three seasons. Not too shabby, right? While those numbers are excellent
over the course of his career. Expect him to be around 10 points per game with      and make him a premium Fantasy center, he has left Fantasy owners wanting
around 7-8 boards per night. He'll give the Heat a viable backup to Bosh at the     more in terms of his offensive development. Often pointed out as an offensive
power forward spot, but could also buy himself minutes with the first unit as a     weakness by NBA experts is his lack of a "go-to" move in the paint and his
center from time to time. In that way, Haslem will be on the floor around 25-30     critics are quick to point out that he does not seem to be as intent to dominate
minutes per night, giving him ample time to continue the production he has          offensively as he is on the boards or the defensive end. Fantasy owners should
accustomed his team and Fantasy owners to.                                          not be as nitpicky as NBA pundits, however, as a center capable of 20 points
                                                                                    and over 13 boards per game still rates him among the elite players at the
                                                                                    position. And at just 24 years of age, that offensive breakthrough that many
                                                                                    have been waiting for is still a distinct possibility. His value is higher in Head-to-
                                                                                    Head formats than in category-based play, mainly because of his high turnover
                                                                                    rate, and putrid free-throw percentage. At about 59 percent from the line,
                                                                                    Howard is a deathblow in that category. But there is far better than there is bad
                                                                                    with Howard, who remains a first-round lock in Head-to-Head and a great No. 1
                                                                                    center option in category-based play as well.
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Zydrunas Ilgauskas, C, MIA                                                            Brook Lopez, C, NJ
Zydrunas Ilgauskas decided to take the veteran's minimum in order to join his         After enjoying a true breakout season in 2009-10, Brook Lopez has emerged
buddy, LeBron James in Miami. Oh, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh also                     as one of the elite options at the center position. In fact, he finished 25th in
happen to be there too. So Big Z's quest for a ring will find him playing a similar   overall in scoring in standard CBSSports.com Fantasy leagues among all
role to what he played in Cleveland last season, although without the presence        players. Factor in natural progression in just his third NBA season and Lopez
of Shaquille O'Neal. So while we expect him to see an increase in playing time        deserves to be considered as a solid second round pick in most Fantasy
over the 20 minutes per game he saw last season in Cleveland, he won't be an          formats. Lopez projects to be a 20-and-10 player at some point during his NBA
impact center in Fantasy any longer. He could be useful in spurts as a potential      career and he could reach that level of production in his third NBA season.
replacement center, but that makes him little more than a late-round pick             With the Nets failing to land a big free-agent this summer, Lopez remains the
outside of the deepest of leagues. We expect him to be on and off the waiver          go-to option for the Nets. He could approach 15 shots per game after
wire as needed.                                                                       averaging 13.8 last season and even a modest progression in the rebounding
                                                                                      department would have him at around 9.5 per game. Add to that around two
Al Jefferson, C, UTA                                                                  blocks per game and a couple of assists and Lopez could even be considered
Al Jefferson could benefit from a change of scenery this season as he joins the       a steal in the second round of any Fantasy formats. Fantasy owners in
Utah Jazz. In 2009-10 while he was in Minnesota, Jefferson averaged 17.1              category leagues should also enjoy his high free-throw percentage for a big
points, 9.3 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game coming off a major knee                  man to go with over 50 percent shooting from the field. His biggest drawback in
surgery. He started all 76 games he played in, but he was often left to fend for      those formats is his high turnover rate. The turnovers are just a small price to
himself on an extremely young Timberwolves team. Teaming up with guard                pay, however.
Deron Williams could be the best thing that could have happened for                   Robin Lopez, PF, PHO
Jefferson's Fantasy value. Expect a lot more easy finishes for Jefferson, who         Robin Lopez averaged 11.3 points, 6.2 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks in 24.5
could be looking to a return to the production he was enjoying prior to his knee      minutes in 31 starts last year. Now that Stoudemire is gone, Lopez will be
injury. He averaged over 20 points and 10 rebounds for consecutive seasons.           asked to slide into a starting role and help fill some of the offensive production
Another year removed from the injury, and playing in a very favorable pick-and-       lost by Amare's departure. Lopez could see 30-plus minutes for the first time in
roll style offense, Jefferson could be looking at a return to the elite. Foul shots   his career and will be on the receiving end of Steve Nash's pick-and-rolls. With
are his weakness, which can hurt his value in category-based leagues. But he          increased minutes and opportunities, Lopez could be in line for a breakout
can more than make up for that flaw with premium scoring, rebounding and              season and prove to be a nice surprise for the Suns and Fantasy owners this
good shot-blocking with minimal turnovers. All these factors in mind, expect          season. He should be viewed as a No.3 forward with a ton of upside and is
Jefferson to go off the board in the second round of most Fantasy leagues as a        certainly worth a mid-to-late round draft pick in most Fantasy formats.
No. 1 center option.
                                                                                      Kevin Love, PF, MIN
Chris Kaman, C, LAC                                                                   Kevin Love averaged 14 points, 11 boards and 2.3 assists per game last year
Chris Kaman rebounded from a disappointing 2008-09 season by averaging a              for the Timberwolves. Love is going into his third year in the NBA, but is one of
career-high in points (18.5) and earning his first All-Star selection in 2009-10.     the more experienced players in Minnesota. Love will give Fantasy owners a
Kaman has re-established himself as a low-post scorer and was a monster in            double-double, or close to it, on a nightly basis. He shot 45 percent from the
the paint, averaging 9.3 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game. The addition of a          field and 81.5 percent from the free-throw line, good numbers for a big man. He
healthy Blake Griffin should help Kaman avoid some of the double teams he             started 22 of his 60 games played last year, but now that Al Jefferson is gone,
had to deal with last season as the Clippers lone low-post scorer once Marcus         Love should be a full-time starter. His numbers should go up as he'll be looked
Camby was traded away. As long as he can stay healthy, Kaman should be                at to do more on this young T'wolves squad. He should be targeted as a mid-
viewed as a No.1 Fantasy center. He's worth an early to mid-round pick in             round draft pick in most Fantasy leagues.
standard Fantasy leagues.
                                                                                      Jason Maxiell, PF, DET
Nenad Krstic, C, OKC                                                                  Jason Maxiell averaged 6.8 points with 5.3 rebounds during the 2009-2010
Nenad Krstic averaged 8.4 points and 5.0 rebounds per game for the Thunder            season. He appeared in 76 games and started in 29 of those. Maxiell averaged
last year in his 76 games played. The six-year pro starts for Oklahoma City but       about 20 minutes a game last season and proved he could be a double-double
has averaged just 23 minutes per game since joining the club in 2008-09. His          threat when given ample playing time. He went through a stretch where
numbers the past two years have been below his career totals. His main                recorded five straight double-doubles before he was slowed by injuries. Maxiell
purpose is to fill a void around the basket and won't put up big-time Fantasy         will likely come off the bench again this season, which will limit his Fantasy
numbers. Consider him a No. 3 center heading into this year that can probably         value. He does have some sleeper value, but should be viewed as merely a
be picked up in off the waiver wire a few weeks into the season.                      late-round pick as a reserve option.

David Lee, PF, GS                                                                     Brad Miller, C, HOU
David Lee signed a six-year $80 million dollar contract in a sign-and-trade this      Brad Miller was added by the Houston Rockets this summer as possible
offseason to join the Golden State Warriors. Lee thrived playing for coach Mike       insurance for Yao Ming after Yao missed all of last season with a foot fracture.
D'Antoni in New York and should be able to step right in and contribute big           Miller will provide Houston with a capable backup and a player who could still
numbers in Golden State's free-flowing offense. Last season was Lee's                 provide healthy scoring in the low post when called upon thanks to a solid mid-
breakout year. He averaged 20.1 points, 11.7 rebounds and was fourth in the           range game. He isn't much of a presence on the boards any longer and can't
NBA with 53 double-doubles. Lee even put up a triple-double last season,              be counted upon in Fantasy to be anything more than an occasional stopgap
becoming the first player in a quarter century to put up 30-20-10 in a single         for deeper leagues even when getting heavy minutes. That makes him a player
game. He was one of only three players on the NBA last season to average 20           to avoid drafting in most leagues, but we do expect him to be a popular pickup
points and 10 rebounds. Lee was able to add a new wrinkle to his game last            off the waiver wire at several instances throughout the season.
season--a consistent mid-range jumper. He shot 54.5 percent from the floor
last season and if he can continue to knock down open looks, the sky could be
the limit for him this upcoming season playing alongside Monta Ellis and
Stephen Curry. Lee did suffer a dislocated finger during the first day of training
camp with team USA, but is expected to be ready for the start of the NBA
season. Lee is a solid Fantasy option in all formats. He could conceivably get
drafted in the first round due to the fact that he led all centers in scoring in
standard head-to-head leagues, but should be drafted no later than early in the
third round.




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Yao Ming, C, HOU                                                                       totals. Noah will still be one of the league's top rebounders and shot blockers,
Yao Ming is back after being forced to take an entire season off in 2009-10 due        but because he is limited offensively, he might be more valuable in category-
to a troublesome fracture in his foot. The injury was so bad that Yao has              based leagues. He also gives Fantasy owners some versatility with their
mentioned retirement more than once during his recovery, including this past           lineups as he can play the forward or center position--if your league allows it.
July when he said he is considering quitting basketball after the upcoming             Consider Noah a solid No. 2 center in most standard leagues. He is worthy of a
season if he doesn't fully recover. Yao has admitted that he may never get             mid-round pick in most formats.
back to 100 percent and the Rockets have set a plan in place to have him play
no more than 24 minutes per game this year in an effort to get him through the         Jermaine O'Neal, C, BOS
regular season without injury. He may also sit out the majority of back-to-back        Jermaine O'Neal joins a Celtics team in desperate need of help at the center
sets, but the 7-foot-6 big man is still an alluring Fantasy option as a player who     position. Regular starter Kendrick Perkins could be out until at least February
has averaged around 20 points and 10 rebounds per game throughout his NBA              with a knee injury and O'Neal will be called upon to play a significant role
career. Be careful not to put too much stock in Yao ever getting back to that          alongside Kevin Garnett in the meantime as a result, although the addition of
type of production as a year-long layoff and continued injury concerns could           Shaquille O'Neal threatens to cap Jermaine's potential production. Perkins was
result in a much more limited version of Yao in 2010-11. But the possibility           able to average 10.1 points and 7.6 rebounds per game in that role a season
does exist that Yao could return to that level of production, even if not initially,   ago, but O'Neal can be a more productive player offensively and the 13.6
and that makes him an intriguing mid-round pick. A fully healthy Yao could             points, 6.9 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game he averaged over 70 games in
average a couple of blocks per game to go with the scoring and rebounding              Miami last year would fit in perfectly in Boston. Injuries have plagued O'Neal
with great free-throw shooting for a big man and a field-goal percentage over          throughout his career and Fantasy owners should continue to expect him to be
50. Take a chance on him in the middle rounds as your No. 2 center. Just be            a risk for the occasional late scratch here and there during his 15th NBA
aware that selecting Yao conditions you to spend other early-to-mid round              season. These factors make him a candidate to be selected as your third
picks on adequate depth at the center position -- in case your Yao pick doesn't        center on a two-center roster, but he can help you piece together your No. 2
pan out.                                                                               center spot if he is handcuffed with another suitable center option. Just be
                                                                                       aware that his numbers stand to take a hit whenever Perkins is healthy enough
Nazr Mohammed, C, CHA                                                                  to play again.
At 33 years of age, Nazr Mohammed has a very well defined role. Mohammed
will be a backup center who can give the team size and experience off the              Shaquille O'Neal, C, BOS
bench, but playing around 15-20 minutes per game will limit what he can do             Shaquille O'Neal will play his 19th season in the NBA with the Boston Celtics,
statistically. Fantasy owners shouldn't waste a draft pick on Mohammad in              joining fellow veteran Jermaine O'Neal as re-enforcements at the center
most formats, but monitor his minutes as he could be a viable stopgap option in        position. With Kendrick Perkins sidelined until at least February, Shaq and
deeper leagues at different stages of the season.                                      Jermaine will split time at the five spot. At 38, The Big Diesel isn't likely to play
                                                                                       much more than 20-25 minutes per game and won't be in line for much of an
Greg Monroe, C, DET                                                                    improvement over his numbers from a year ago with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Greg Monroe averaged 16.1 points, 9.6 rebounds and 1.5 blocks as a                     He averaged a career-low 12 points and 6.7 rebounds per game with the Cavs,
sophomore at Georgetown last season. He gives the Pistons what they need--             which is right around where we expect him to be this season in Boston. Shaq
someone who can score in the paint-- but will likely have to bid his time on the       won't be worth much more than a late-round pick as a reserve Fantasy center
bench behind the likes of Ben Wallace and Jason Maxiell. Monroe had minor              as a result. In category-based play, however, his reduced stat lines are not
surgery on his right toe, but should be healthy by the start of training camp.         nearly enough to counteract the damage he can do to your free-throw
Monroe is probably not worth drafting in most standards leagues. Think of him          percentage.
as more of a long-term keeper.
                                                                                       Greg Oden, C, POR
Troy Murphy, PF, NJ                                                                    Greg Oden started 21 games for Portland last year and has managed just 82
Troy Murphy had another solid season in 2009-10. He finished the year                  total games so far in his career. The big man averaged 11.1 points, 8.5 points
averaging 14.6 points and 10.2 rebounds, which was the fifth time in his career        and 2.3 blocks per game for the Trail Blazers in 2009-10. His 60.5 field goal
he has averaged a double-double for the season and finished the season                 and 76.6 free-throw percentage are both pretty solid for a center. Oden had
ranked 10th in the NBA with 39 double-doubles. Murphy shot 47.2 percent from           knee troubles last year and has been plagued by injuries so far in his young
the floor last season and a respectable 38.4 percent from three. He'll take that       career and his status for the start of the season is in question after he
production over to his native New Jersey after he was traded to the Nets this          announced at the start of training camp that he was not fully healed and would
summer and he'll be pairing up with Brook Lopez to form what could be a                sit out preseason game. With Marcus Camby and LaMarcus Aldridge in the
formidable front court. There is a chance Lopez -- as well as rookie Derrick           front court with him, Oden will have to stay healthy and fight for his minutes
Favors -- could cut into some of Murphy's rebounding numbers, but Murphy               heading into this season. He's still young and has a very high ceiling. Consider
should still be relied upon as a presence both on the glass and as a much-             Oden an injury risk No. 3 center with upside for much more if he could ever
needed scoring option alongside Lopez and Devin Harris. Consider him a solid           prove healthy. Fantasy owners should target him in the middle rounds on Draft
No. 3 forward on Draft Day.                                                            Day, but don’t expect him to carry the load for your team as the main big man
                                                                                       on your roster.
Nene, C, DEN
Nene averaged 13.8 points, 7.6 boards, 2.5 assists and 1.4 steals per game for         Emeka Okafor, C, NO
Denver last year, as he played in and started all 82 games. That was the first         Emeka Okafor started all 82 games for New Orleans last year and hasn't
time in his career the veteran big man has done that. His stat line was also           missed a game in three seasons after being injury prone to start his career.
above his career averages across the board. He shot 70.4 percent from the              Okafor experienced career-lows with his 10.4 points, 1.6 blocks and 9.1
foul line and 58.7 percent from the field, which doesn't hurt in category-based        rebounds per game in his first year with New Orleans. If he can average a
leagues either. Nene suffered a knee injury in Game 5 in the first round of the        double-double like he did for Charlotte for the first five years of his career,
playoffs last year and had offseason surgery to repair it. It's expected he'll         Okafor would be worth starting in more Fantasy leagues. While he was just
recover and be ready for the 2010-11 season, but he could be a slight injury           under the double-double mark last year, he remains a low-end No. 1 center,
risk for Fantasy owners. He is a No. 1 center when healthy, worthy of a mid-           mainly because of his rebounding production. The Hornets, as well as Fantasy
round pick in all leagues. Keep an eye on him and draft a solid backup for the         owners, are hoping for a turnaround from this former No. 2 pick in the 2004
worst-case scenario.                                                                   draft. As it stands now, consider taking Okafor in the sixth or seventh round in
                                                                                       the standard 12-team Fantasy league. Being a career 59.1 percent free-throw
                                                                                       shooter, Okafor is a liability in category based leagues, but he attempts to
Joakim Noah, C, CHI
                                                                                       balance that out with his career 50.9 percent field goal percentage. Okafor
Joakim Noah had a career-year in 2009-10 season. He averaged a career high
                                                                                       could go one or two rounds later in Rotisserie leagues solely based on his free-
10.7 points, 11.0 rebounds, 2.1 assists with 1.6 blocks. He played in just 64
                                                                                       throw percentage and overall down season a year ago.
games last season because of a foot injury, but appears to be healthy heading
into the 2010-11 season. Noah's increased scoring has led to an increase of
his Fantasy value, but those numbers could decrease with the offseason
moves the Bulls made. The addition of Carlos Boozer could slightly decrease
Noah's rebounding and scoring numbers, but Boozer's ability to score should
mesh well with Noah's passing ability, which could lead to a higher assist
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Mehmet Okur, C, UTA                                                                   Jason Thompson, PF, SAC
Mehmet Okur could miss training camp and the preseason while he recovers              Jason Thompson saw a rise in production in points and rebounds last season.
from a ruptured Achilles' tendon. While he hopes to be back for the season            The third-year forward out of Rider averaged 12.5 points and 8.5 rebounds
opener, he is a question mark for at least the beginning of the year. He had          while appearing in 75 games. He got off to a fast start averaging 16 points and
surgery in April and is an injury-risk pick heading into the 2010-11 Fantasy          nine rebounds through December, but then seemed to hit a wall. He became
season. Okur averaged 13.5 points, 7.1 boards and 1.1 blocks per game for             very inconsistent in the second half of the season and lost some starts
the Jazz last year. With Al Jefferson in town, Okur has a player who can fill in      because of it. Still, he recorded 24 double-doubles last season and was the
at center, but not take many touches away from him. Okur shot 38.5 percent            Kings lone shot-blocking presence in the paint. The Kings are still in rebuilding
from behind the arc last year, which is a nice percentage in category-based           mode and Thompson is still a big part of their plans, but he will most likely be
leagues. As long as he comes back healthy, Okur can be a solid No. 1 center.          behind Carl Landry on the depth chart and could lose minutes this season with
Coming off his injury he will be a nice mid-round addition on Draft Day giving        the addition of Samuel Dalembert and rookie DeMarcus Cousins. Dalembert
good value as a No. 2 center pick.                                                    will miss the first couple of weeks of the season with a hip injury, however,
                                                                                      offering Thompson a chance to step up. Thompson is not worth starting in
Kendrick Perkins, C, BOS                                                              many formats, bu t is still worth drafting in the later rounds as a reserve. He
Kendrick Perkins suffered a torn ACL during the NBA Finals, an injury that            also gives Fantasy owners versatility in lineups as he can play the forward or
threatens to keep him out for the first half of the NBA season. It's a shame          center position-- if your league allows it.
considering the fact that he is coming off his most productive season in 2009-
10, averaging double figures in scoring for the first time to go with a healthy 7.6   Anderson Varejao, PF, CLE
rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game. Those numbers would have been even                  Anderson Varejao was very productive in his sixth NBA season for the Cavs
better if he didn't experience a second-half swoon. But the injury, and the fact      last year. He averaged 8.6 points, 7.6 rebounds and 0.9 blocks in 76 games
that the injury forced the team to sign Jermaine O'Neal as a replacement, make        last season. Varejao has been used almost exclusively as a bench player
Perkins' chances of being much of a Fantasy option this season remote. ACL            throughout his career, but with the departures of LeBron James, Shaquille
injuries usually take a toll on the production of NBA player for about a year         O'Neal and Zyrdunas Ilgauskas he will most likely see an increase in minutes.
after returning to action and Perkins figures to have to split playing time with      Varejao's rebounding numbers should go up, but he might not see a huge
O'Neal when both players are healthy, making Perkins a poor option in drafts          increase in scoring. Varejao is very limited offensively. He scored most of his
this fall.                                                                            points as the result of teams collapsing on LeBron in the lane, which resulted in
                                                                                      easy layups for the big man. That will no longer be the case this season and
Zach Randolph, PF, MEM                                                                Varejao will have to try and create his own shot. He can give Fantasy owners
Zach Randolph started all 81 games he played last year, which was a career            some lineup versatility, as he is able to play the forward or center position--if
best a player who has struggled to stay on the court throughout his NBA               your league allows it. Consider Varejao a solid late round pick as a reserve. He
career. During his nine- year career, he's only played in more than 72 games in       does not have any significant upside, but an increase in playing time should
a season four times and 2009-10 was the first time since the 2005-06 season           lead to his best career numbers.
when he was with Portland. He finally seems to have settled into a place, both
physically and mentally, where he can be comfortable and productive on the
court without any of the off-the-court troubles which have plagued him
throughout his career. In 2009-10 Randolph averaged 20.8 points, 11.8
                                                                                      Forwards
rebounds and 1.8 assists per game and was perhaps the biggest Fantasy steal
in all leagues, finishing fifth among forward-eligible players in Head-to-Head        LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, POR
scoring for standard CBSSports.com leagues, finishing only behind LeBron              LaMarcus Aldridge is an emerging star and has been nothing but solid in his
James, Kevin Durant, David Lee and Dirk Nowitzki . He led the team in scoring         first four years in the league with Portland. Aldridge averaged 17.9 points, a
and rebounding, as the veteran seemed to fit into the core of young players           career-high 8 rebounds and 2.1 assists a year ago. He's started every game
nicely. His field goal and free-throw percentages -- 48.8 and 77.8, respectively      he's played over the last three seasons but hasn't made it to the 82-game mark
-- can be positives for owners in Rotisserie leagues, especially considering how      yet. The big man shot a solid 49.5 percent from the field and 31.3 percent from
hard it is to find big men who can shoot free throws well. Randolph will no           3-point land a year ago. Along with Brandon Roy, Aldridge is the cornerstone in
longer be a candidate to be a value pick coming off the year he had last              Portland. He is good for just about a double-double a game and should
season, but his numbers qualify him as a worthy pick in the second round of           continue to put up good numbers for the Trail Blazers. Aldridge is a No. 1
any Fantasy league. Just be aware that his track record as an unreliability is        forward option as he's developed into a must-start Fantasy player worth
still an unpredictable variable.                                                      snagging in the first three rounds in all leagues.

Craig Smith, PF, LAC                                                                  Al-Farouq Aminu, SF, LAC
Craig Smith resigned with the Clippers this offseason. He averaged 7.8 points,        Al-Farouq Aminu was the eighth pick in June's NBA draft. He averaged 15.8
3.8 rebounds and 16.4 minutes off the bench last season. He did shoot 57              points, 10.7 rebounds and 4.4 blocks in his sophomore season at Wake
percent from the floor, but is more of a role player who will most likely have to     Forrest. Aminu is a very athletic forward that can score and is a defensive
endure another season filled with erratic playing time. He is not worth drafting      presence in the paint. He will have to earn a starting position in training camp,
in most Fantasy leagues, but could be waiver wire fodder option later in the          but could push Rasual Butler for playing time as the season progresses. Aminu
season if he finds suitable playing time.                                             is a good long-term Fantasy Keeper and could end up being a late-round
                                                                                      Fantasy sleeper on Draft Day 2010.
Darius Songaila, C, NO
Darius Songaila averaged 7.2 points, 3.1 rebounds and .09 assists per game            Chris Andersen, PF, DEN
last season for the New Orleans Hornets. He started one of his 75 games               Chris Andersen brings plenty of energy to the Nuggets and provides a boost off
played and doesn't figure to be a big factor in their offense. Someone who has        the bench. He averaged just 5.9 points, a career-high 6.4 rebounds and 1.9
only started 79 games in a seven year career doesn't offer huge upside in             blocks in his 22 minutes per game last year. The biggest question regarding
Fantasy. He probably shouldn't be on anyone's radar heading into Draft Day,           Andersen heading into the 2010-11 season is his knee. He was battling pain in
but could be a nice pickup later in the year.                                         his right knee during the postseason and underwent surgery to repair a partial
                                                                                      tear of the patella tendon in May. He is expected to make a full recovery, but
                                                                                      heading into Fantasy drafts, he will be a risky pick. His blocks give him value in
                                                                                      category-based leagues, plus he shoots a high percentage from the field --
                                                                                      56.6 last year. He has the capability of putting up a double-double on any given
                                                                                      night, but Andersen isn't a player owned in many Fantasy leagues. Consider
                                                                                      him waiver wire fodder at the beginning of the year and keep an eye on that
                                                                                      knee.




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Carmelo Anthony, SF, DEN                                                             Matt Barnes, SF, LAL
Carmelo Anthony could be about to reach new heights in his production this fall      Matt Barnes was going to sign with the Toronto Raptors this offseason, but the
after turning down an extension offer by the Nuggets entering the final year of      deal fell through which allowed the Lakers to move in and sign the seven-year
his contract. That means 'Melo will be playing with dollar signs in mind in the      veteran. Barnes was able to carve out key roles with his last two clubs, Orlando
final year of his deal and will be looking to make himself the most attractive       and Phoenix, which is what he will look to do for the world champs. He
free-agent heading into next offseason. That's scary to think, considering that      averaged 5.5 rebounds a game last season and shot a very efficient 48.7
he is already coming off one of his most productive seasons ever. He averaged        percent from the floor. He will come off the bench for the Lakers and likely be
28.2 points per game, just shy of his career high, to go with 6.6 rebounds, 3.2      used as a role player which will severely limit his Fantasy value. Barnes can be
assists and 1.3 steals. Despite being a shot hog, he is able to maintain a very      ignored on draft day, but could be a viable waiver wire option throughout the
solid field-goal percentage as a career 45.9 percent shooter from the field. His     season once his role is clearly defined.
3-point game could use some improvement, but he certainly won't hurt owners
in that category either. Where he could owners in category-based play some is        Michael Beasley, PF, MIN
in the turnover department, but his turnover margin is no more egregious than        Michael Beasley averaged 14.8 points, 6.4 rebounds, 1.3 assists and a steal
any of the elite players in the league who handle the ball as much as he does.       per game in 2009-10 for the Miami Heat. He improved from his rookie to
All in all, Fantasy owners should be ready to capitalize on what could be a          sophomore season, but now that Beasley is on the Timberwolves he might not
career season for 'Melo. He is a worthy first-round pick in any format as a          be a full-time starter. Beasley and Kevin Love could both start on occasion, but
result, but be aware that he has failed to play even 70 games in three of the        it is likely Beasley will come off the bench and get starter's minutes. The trade
last four seasons -- so be sure to back him up adequately.                           to Minnesota will probably be good for Beasley in the long run as he could
                                                                                     flourish with the young core they have in place. With no superstar on the team,
Trevor Ariza, SF, NO                                                                 Beasley could emerge into the talent he was expected to become coming out
Trevor Ariza had a career year with Houston in 2009-10, his first with the team.     of college. He's still young -- just 21-years-old -- but has the skills to be a star in
He played in 72 games and set career highs in points 14.9), rebounds (5.6),          this league. It might take him a while to find is niche with the Timberwolves, but
assists (3.8) and three-pointers made (136). He was able to step out of his          he'll be a steal in the middle rounds in most 12-team standard Fantasy
shell after being a defensive role player with the Lakers and Magic throughout       leagues.
the early part of his career. He was traded to the New Orleans Hornets as part
of a four-team deal in August and will get a chance to continue to develop his       DeJuan Blair, PF, SA
offensive game with a solid point guard in Chris Paul feeding him the ball. Peja     DeJuan Blair had a really good rookie campaign for San Antonio. The former
Stojakovic could be a bigger drain on his minutes than anything Ariza had to         Pitt Panther averaged 7.8 points, 0.5 blocks and 6.4 rebounds per game,
contend with in Houston, but we expect him to play enough minutes to maintain        mainly in a reserve role. He started 23 of his 82 games played, but could start
last season's productivity. His 33.4 3-point percentage last season was also a       next to Tim Duncan this year instead of serving as his backup, but that is yet to
career high, as he averaged almost two made threes a game. He gives                  be decided. Veteran Antonio McDyess could start, cutting into Blair's minutes,
Fantasy owners a pretty solid stat line, as well as giving them versatility in       but he should be able to get more than the 18 minutes per game he saw as a
lineups as he can play the guard or forward position -- if your league allows it.    rookie. Blair shot a stellar 55.6 percent from the field, but an underwhelming
His two downfalls are his field-goal (39.4) and free-throw (64.9) percentages.       54.7 percent from the foul line. He averaged just two attempts per game, but
That hurts in category based play Fantasy formats and drops him into the later       that should go up a touch if he sees more action. Free throws would be his
rounds in those formats. In Head-to-Head, we view him as a No. 5 option in           Achilles heel and is the one thing the youngster needs to work on. In category
standard formats as a player to mix and match with over the course of the            based leagues, Blair could definitely hurt a Fantasy owner's free-throw
season.                                                                              percentage. Blair is a solid Fantasy reserve forward with the potential to start
                                                                                     some games for the Spurs. He's worth drafting in the later rounds in all formats.
Ron Artest, SF, LAL
As expected, Ron Artest's scoring and rebounding numbers really fell off last        Andray Blatche, C, WAS
season. He only averaged 11 points and 4.3 rebounds per game and seemed              Andray Blatche spent a lot of time in the offseason transforming his physique.
to struggle to find his niche with the Lakers until the playoffs. He only averaged   The 6-foot-11 big man beefed up and added muscle to his slender frame in
9.6 field goal attempts last season, compared to the 15 he averaged in 2008-         preparation for his first full season as a starting center. He underwent foot
09 and looked indecisive at times with the ball. Still, he produced effective        surgery to repair a broken bone in his right foot, but will be fully healed and
numbers in every other significant category, which increases his value in            healthy for the start of the 2009-10 regular season after being a revelation last
Rotisserie formats. Consider Artest a No. 3 or 4 forward worth taking in the         year after the team dealt away Caron Butler and Antawn Jamison with Gilbert
middle rounds in standard formats and a No.2 or 3 forward in category-based          Arenas being suspended for over 40 games. Blatche burst onto the Fantasy
leagues.                                                                             scene, averaging 22.1 points, 8.3 rebounds and 3.6 assists over the final 32
                                                                                     games of the season while shooting at an impressive 48.5 percent clip from the
Luke Babbitt, SF, POR                                                                floor. Blatche remains the team's only real interior offensive presence going
Luke Babbitt averaged 21.9 points, 8.9 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game for         into the 2010-11 regular season, but he won't be required to carry as much of
Nevada last year. He shot 50 percent from the field, 41.6 percent from 3-point       the overall offensive load with the addition of No. 1 overall pick John Wall and
land and 91.7 percent from the foul line. While he won't have those numbers in       the return of Gilbert Arenas. While last year's second half numbers -- stretched
the NBA during his rookie season, Babbitt has some potential. If he can carve        out over the course of a full season -- would warrant a pick in the first couple of
out some decent playing time he might be worth a look a few weeks into the           rounds in most Fantasy scenarios, the reality is that Blatche remains more of a
season, but like most rookies, he probably won't contribute enough to make a         low-end No. 1 center target somewhere around Round 6 or 7.
Fantasy impact.
                                                                                     Carlos Boozer, PF, CHI
Andrea Bargnani, C, TOR                                                              Carlos Boozer will miss the first month of the season after suffering a broken
Andrea Bargnani emerged as a reliable No. 1-caliber center during the 2009-10        hand at the start of training camp. His upside will still make him a highly sought
regular season, finishing 12th overall in Head-to-Head scoring among center-         after forward, however. He had another very productive season in 2009-10.
eligible players in CBSSports.com leagues. But 2010-11 could be his best             The two-time All-Star averaged 19.5 points, 11.2 rebounds, and 3.2 assists in
season yet by far. The departure of Chris Bosh leaves Bargnani as the team's         78 games for the Jazz. He joined the Bulls in the offseason as part of a sign-
only real low-post presence and all signs point to him becoming the team's go-       and-trade deal and will now become Chicago's main scoring threat in the paint.
to scorer. Expect to see a rise in field-goal attempts (14.3 per game last           He does leave one of the best point guards in the game in Deron Williams, but
season), leading to an increase in scoring. The 20-point per game plateau may        Boozer now gets to play with a rising talent in Derrick Rose. Boozer is good for
be within reach for the Italian. He'll have to deal with more defensive attention    about 20 points per game and has been a double-digit rebounder each of the
than ever without Bosh, but his well-diverse inside-out game should make up          past four seasons. He averages about a steal a game and has only failed to
for that fact. For category-based leagues, understand that Bargnani is not your      shoot better than 50 percent from the floor once in his career. Fantasy owners
typical big man in that he won't be a great source for rebounds (he averaged a       should expect big numbers from Boozer when he is healthy and should view
career-high 6.1 last season), but he'll also be a boost to your 3-point shooting     him as a No.1 Fantasy forward, but history of injuries does condition you to add
and is actually an underrated shot blocker. He is also very careful with the         depth at the forward position.
basketball, averaging just 1.5 turnovers per game over his career. Bargnani's
stock is as high as it has ever been in Fantasy and we consider him worthy of a
pick within the first four rounds of any league.
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Chris Bosh, PF, MIA                                                                  Washington team that relied upon him heavily to a Dallas team that was
Bosh should be in line to win a few more games in Miami. His decision to join        stacked with options, Butler proved he could still be a consistent producer
forces with Dwyane Wade helped land none other than LeBron James and will            across the board. He is a great category-based player and if your league
help to make one of the most formidable trios in NBA history. That could come        allows multiple position eligibility, Butler can give owners versatility as he can
with some sacrifice, however, and the No. 1 thing that will have to be sacrificed    play forward or guard. His worth has changed from a No. 1 option to more of a
by all players will be offensive touches. Bosh has averaged at least 15 shots        No. 2, but he is still a very good pick in the early rounds of any format.
per game in each of the last five seasons and has averaged over 22 points per
game each of those years. Fantasy owners should be measured in their                 Rasual Butler, SG, LAC
expectations of Bosh in Miami. He likely won't be averaging the 24.0 points per      Rasual Butler re-signed with the Clippers on July 29 ensuring that he will
game that he averaged this past season, but the drop in scoring likely won't be      remain in Los Angeles for at least one more year. He averaged 11.9 points in
too dramatic either. As a reference point, we would like to point out that Kevin     33 minutes while appearing in all 82 games last season. Butler set a franchise
Garnett's scoring dropped from 22.4 points per game to 18.8 points per game          record for made 3-pointers in one season with 145, and shot 33.6 percent from
in his first season with the Celtics' big three after leaving Minnesota. Garnett     downtown. He did struggle with his shot at times last season, but showed some
was 31 years old, however, and Bosh is still in the prime of his career at 26        ability to successfully attack the basket at times. He will enter training camp as
years of age. Fantasy owners should expect him to average around 10                  the starting small forward, but will be pushed by Ryan Gomes and rookie Al-
rebounds per game and a 20-and-10 season is by no means out of the                   Farouq Aminu for minutes. He is a solid late-round pick in deeper leagues as a
question and Bosh will remain a high-end No. 1 forward option in all formats,        reserve option.
capable of contributing excellent help in field-goal percentage, scoring and
rebounding. He also shoots free throws at a pretty solid clip for a big man.         Marcus Camby, C, POR
Perhaps Fantasy owners worrying a bit too much about his new situation in            Marcus Camby signed a two-year extension with Portland this offseason. The
Miami could wind up making Bosh a bit of an early-round steal.                       14-year veteran averaged 7 points, 7.5 boards, 2 blocks, 1.5 assists and 1.1
                                                                                     steals in his 23 games played for Portland last year. Those numbers were
Craig Brackins, PF, NO                                                               down a touch from his 51 games started for the Clippers, but Camby gets to
Craig Brackins averaged 16.5 points, 8.5 boards, 2.2 assists and 1.2 blocks          play next to LaMarcus Aldridge, which eases the load for the veteran. Camby
per game at Iowa State last year. Brackins will give the Hornets depth in their      shot 49.7 percent from the field and just 58.1 percent from the foul line. He's
front court and could contribute right away. The one area he'll have to improve      never been one for the charity stripe as he's a career 68 percent free-throw
is his field goal percentage, where he shot just 42 percent at Iowa State. As a      shooter. Despite his age, Camby is still producing and is valuable in category-
big man, he'll have to adjust to much more physical play under the basket and        based leagues due to his blocks, rebounds and field-goal percentage. Consider
refine his touch around the hoop. He was a well-rounded player in college, but       him a solid No. 2 center in Fantasy leagues this fall.
the NBA is a different animal. He shot 31 percent from behind the arc and 76
percent from the foul line, but both will be hard to keep up. Expect dips in both,   Omri Casspi, SF, SAC
but Fantasy owners could use a late-round pick on this rookie to serve as a          Omri Casspi had a very productive rookie season, averaging 10.3 points, 4.5
backup for the 2010-11 season.                                                       rebounds and 1.2 assists per game in 77 games last season. He got his
                                                                                     chance to show his potential from late November through early January when
Elton Brand, PF, PHI                                                                 injuries created a chance for him to play 30-plus minutes a per game. His
Elton Brand is looking for a bounce-back season. Many Fantasy owners have            minutes declined over the second half of the season, which led to a decline in
given up on that, however. The last time this former Fantasy stud was able to        production, and he was very inconsistent at times, but that is to be expected
produce high-end numbers was during the 2006-07 season, before he suffered           from a rookie. Casspi will likely be fighting for minutes with Donte Green and
a ruptured Achilles' tendon. He has not been able to recover his form ever           Ime Udoka at the forward position, but still should get enough playing time to
since. At 31 years of age, the chances of him ever returning to 20-and-10 form       make a healthy contribution this Fantasy season. Although he is not worth
are more than remote, but new Sixers coach Doug Collins has made it a point          starting in most standard formats, Casspi is a nice player to own in long-term
to say that he wants to get the most out of Brand and the veteran showed up at       keeper leagues and is worth drafting as a mid-to-late round pick as a reserve
training camp in the best shape he's been in since his injuries. If the 11-year-     because of his upside.
veteran can stay healthy, he can still provide double-digit scoring with around
7-8 rebounds per game with about a block and a steal per contest with the            Wilson Chandler, SF, NY
possibility of good scoring and rebounding. As long as you don't expect the          Head coach Mike D'Antoni has referred to Wilson Chandler as one of the
Elton Brand of old to come back anytime soon, you won't be disappointed in           building blocks for the Knicks franchise and the 23-year-old looks to be a
him as a No. 4 forward that you can mix and match with off your bench. The           player on the rise. The team's failure to acquire LeBron James this past
most attractive part of Brand's Fantasy appeal could be the potential for him to     offseason will allow Chandler to continue to play a significant role on one of the
pick up center eligibility in leagues that allow for multiple positions. While his   higher scoring teams in the NBA. Chandler can be a consistent mid-teens
numbers these days rank him as a No. 3 or 4 forward, he'd be a solid No. 2           scorer who can average over five boards per game and a 2-3 assists per
option at center.                                                                    game. He will chip in near a steal and a block per game and helps Fantasy
                                                                                     owners across the board, though he can drag down your three-point shooting.
Corey Brewer, SF, MIN                                                                Despite playing in such a shot-happy offense, he has been able to maintain a
Corey Brewer averaged 13 points, 3.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.4 steals per        solid field-goal percentage throughout his career, shooting 47.9 percent from
game for Minnesota last year. The former Gator started all 82 games for the          the field in 2009-10. Fantasy owners should be aware that he missed the final
Timberwolves after playing in just 15 in his sophomore season. He shot 34.6          month of last season with a groin injury and had to undergo surgeries for both
percent from 3-point range but only 64.8 percent from the foul line. One helps       a sports hernia and an ankle injury. He also faced some legal issues this
and one hurts in category-based leagues, so Brewer is definitely a risk-versus-      offseason as he was charged with a minor drug possession offense. Neither
reward type player. Being on a young squad up in Minnesota, Brewer has the           the injuries nor the off-the-court issues can be considered a trend at this point,
potential to be really good, but his inconsistency makes him a low-end Fantasy       however. Consider him a worthy mid-round pick as a No. 3 forward in standard
option in a 12-team standard league.                                                 formats with a chance for an increase in production this season.

Caron Butler, SF, DAL                                                                Ed Davis, PF, TOR
Caron Butler averaged 15.2 points and 5.3 boards per game in 27 games with           Ed Davis is a raw talented player the Raptors took a chance on in the first
the Mavericks in 2009-10 after being traded over from Washington. His                round of the NBA Draft. A defensive specialist, his long and lanky physique
numbers were down a little from his first 47 games with the Wizards last year --     allows him to be a nuisance to opposing teams both when playing defense or
16.9 points and 6.7 rebounds per game -- but he's likely to see a slight             when he's on the glass. The Raptors have a void at power forward with the
increase in production this year with a whole offseason and preseason to more        departure of Chris Bosh in the offseason, but Davis is not going to be ready for
adequately work him into the system. With some games together under their            a prominent role out of the gate. Consider him a long-term project for deeper
belt, Butler could develop into the wingman that Josh Howard never was               dynasty leagues.
consistently for Dirk Nowitzki. With Jason Kidd running the point and Dirk being
the main focus, Butler should become more confident in his role as a
secondary scorer and could fit in nicely as a scorer in the high teens. Just don't
expect him to return to the days when he scored 20-plus on a regular basis.
Even though many thought his numbers would suffer when he moved from a
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Carlos Delfino, SG, MIL                                                                 Kevin Durant, SF, OKC
Carlos Delfino enjoyed his most productive year in the NBA last season, but             Kevin Durant is simply the man -- not only in Oklahoma City, but in Fantasy.
will have to battle to maintain his appeal this season in Fantasy leagues. He           Durant has taken the top spot on the board away from LeBron James. Durant
thrived while filling in for the injured Michael Redd, but the addition of Corey        won't have to share the ball with other superstars -- Dwyane Wade and Chris
Maggette this past offseason and the eventual return of Redd won't help his             Bosh -- so he'll continue to put up numbers similar to 2009-10, when he
minutes or touches over the course of the season. He averaged 11.0 points,              averaged 30.1 points, 7.6 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.0 block per game for the
5.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists, while starting a career-high 66 games. He could           Thunder. He shot 90 percent from the foul line, 36.5 percent from behind the
also be pushed by Chris Douglas-Roberts and Jerry Stackhouse for minutes,               arc and 47.6 percent from the field, which gives Durant the edge in category-
but as long as he averages somewhere close to the 30.4 minutes he averaged              based leagues. Durant has gotten better in each of his three NBA seasons in
last season, Delfino should be viewed as a solid Fantasy reserve. He is worth a         every major category and it doesn't seem like he'll slow down anytime soon.
late-round pick in most formats.                                                        While he doesn't have a superstar cast around him, he has a really solid and
                                                                                        deep core of young players that play extremely well together. Durant will
Luol Deng, SF, CHI                                                                      produce in every category and is an elite Fantasy player. Owners with the top
Luol Deng was able to overcome an injury plagued 2009-10 season--which                  choice can definitely feel confident drafting Durant as he should be the No. 1 or
only saw him appear in 49 games-- with a solid 2009-10 campaign. He                     No. 2 pick in all leagues.
averaged 17.6 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 0.9 steals in 69 games last
season. Deng has struggled with injuries throughout his career, which has               Derrick Favors, PF, NJ
made him look like a Fantasy bust at times, but he is only 25-years-old and has         The Nets won just 12 games during the 2009-10 regular season. Their
proven to be a solid Fantasy contributor when healthy. The acquisition of               "reward" for such a down year was the third overall pick in this summer's NBA
Carlos Boozer could translate into slightly fewer scoring chances, but Boozer's         draft, a pick they used on Derrick Favors out of Georgia Tech. Favors should
ability to consistently score near the basket, should allow Deng to get more            see big minutes as a rookie even with Troy Murphy ahead of him on the depth
open looks. He is fully recovered from his calf and knee injuries of a season           chart and we expect him to have a chance to be an impact player right away.
ago and has been cleared to play for England this summer in the FIBA World              His upside is in the long-term, and he makes for a must-own in any type of
Championships. His extensive injury history does make him an injury risk                dynasty league, but Fantasy owners in seasonal formats should also look to
heading into the season, but he should be viewed as a No. 3 Fantasy forward.            him as a late-round sleeper with potential. Double-digit scoring is a distinct
Deng is worthy of a mid-round pick on Draft Day.                                        possibility for the rookie (although likely just in the low teens) with a chance at
                                                                                        around six boards per game if he gets the playing time we anticipate him
Boris Diaw, SF, CHA                                                                     getting.
Boris Diaw got off to a very slow start last season, frustrating many Fantasy
owners that were hoping he'd follow up on the 15.1 points, 5.9 rebounds and             Channing Frye, C, PHO
4.9 assists he managed in his first 59 games with Charlotte the previous year.          Channing Frye agreed to a five-year deal with the Phoenix this offseason. He
The scoring numbers weren't the same in the end as he averaged just 11.3                averaged 11.2 points, with the Suns last season and shot 43 percent from 3-
points per game, but he did manage to get his peripheral stats into the same            point range. With Amarie Stoudemire off to New York, Frye will have plenty of
ballpark by season's end and Diaw remains a very well-rounded Fantasy option            opportunities to score and pick up rebounds. He averaged 27.0 minutes per
-- the type that can be a dream for owners in Rotisserie formats and category-          game last season, but was very streaky at times. He might hold more value in
based play. While he is not likely to fill up the box score in any one particular       Rotisserie Fantasy formats for his 3-point shot and should be thought of as a
category, he can provide help in just about every significant area as a versatile       No. 3 Fantasy center in most leagues. Frye is worth a late-round pick in most
forward who can distribute just as well as he can rebound. Zeroes are rare to           formats.
find by Diaw's name in the box score and zero is also the amount of games he
missed for the first time in his career as the 28-year-old appears to be in the         Danilo Gallinari, SF, NY
midst of his peak-performance years. Perhaps the frustration he caused                  Danilo Gallinari did not make much of an impact during his rookie season in
Fantasy owners in the first half of last season will allow him to fall in drafts, but   2008-09 due to a back injury, but he proved his worth as a first-round draft
he remains a solid mid-round pick in any category-based league and is a solid           choice during the 2009-10 regular season while playing in 81 games. He
No. 4 forward option in any Head-to-Head format.                                        averaged 15.1 points per game to go with a healthy 4.9 rebounds, but where
                                                                                        he excelled most was beyond the arc. His 2.3 3-pointers per contest ranked
Tim Duncan, PF, SA                                                                      him among the league leaders in the category and head coach Mike D'Antoni
Tim Duncan is a double-double machine as he's averaged 21.1 points, 11.6                has gone as far as to call him one of the best pure shooters he has ever seen.
rebounds and 2.3 blocks per game over his 13-year career. While his last three          The 6-10, 22-year-old will play more along the wings at small forward then he
seasons are a bit below those numbers, the big guy is handling the ball better.         will with his back turned to the basket, thereby making him a player to target
He's averaged over three assists per game the past two years and is turning             more for scoring and shooting than his rebounding. Don't let his size fool you
the ball over less, which definitely helps out Fantasy teams. Not to mention he         into thinking he can offer much more than the 4.9 boards per game he
shoots more than 50 percent from the field for his career. His only weakness            averaged last season. He is a young player on the rise in a system that is
throughout his great career has been his free-throw shooting, but even that has         conducive to shooters, making him a good value in the middle rounds as a No.
been above his 68.7 percent average the past three seasons -- 72.5 percent in           3 forward with upside in standard formats. In category-play, target him as a
2009-10. Despite a slight dip in his point production, the veteran big man is a         premium source for treys, but he is also a player that won't hurt you in any
fringe first-round to second-round pick. He is the model of consistency as he's         category while providing respectable numbers across the board.
averaged 75 games a season and at the age of 33, Fantasy owners know he
won't start every game in order to keep plenty in reserve for an expected               Kevin Garnett, PF, BOS
playoff run by the Spurs.                                                               Kevin Garnett averaged just 14.3 points during the 2009-10 regular season, the
                                                                                        lowest total since his rookie year, and saw his numbers dip across the board
Mike Dunleavy, SG, IND                                                                  while failing to play 70 games for a second consecutive year. Entering his 16th
Mike Dunleavy is hoping to regain his form from three years ago after a very            NBA season, decline in statistical production is only natural for the 34-year-
disappointing 2009-10 season. Dunleavy struggled with his timing after missing          old.The wealth of supporting options he has around him in Boston has also
most of 2008-09 with a knee injury and averaged just 9.9 points per game, his           lead to him taking on a less prominent role these days. Fantasy owners should
lowest total since his rookie season. He played only 22 minutes a game last             not allow themselves to be lured by his prominent name and should adjust to
year and seemed to have a hard time getting into any kind of rhythm. Dunleavy           the fact that he is now merely a No. 3 forward in standard Head-to-Head
vowed to hit the gym hard this offseason in the hopes of duplicated his                 formats and no better than a low-end No. 2 forward option even in the
production from the 2007-08 season when he averaged 19.1 points and shot                Rotisserie formats he has dominated throughout his career. The weight of his
47.6 percent from the floor. He should be able to bounce back and play better           name and career could make it hard for him to be a good value in Fantasy
than he showed in 2009-10. He can still be a productive Fantasy option off the          drafts, but Fantasy owners who can land him as a third or even fourth forward
bench and is worth a late-round pick on Draft Day.                                      in some cases will not be disappointed. KG had a great run as a Fantasy
                                                                                        superhero in the late 90s and 2000s, but these days he's no longer capable of
                                                                                        carrying a Fantasy squad.




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Pau Gasol, PF, LAL                                                                  Danny Granger, SF, IND
Pau Gasol continues to be one of the best Fantasy big men in all formats. The       Danny Granger should be in line for another very productive Fantasy season
11-year center out of Spain, missed the first few weeks of the 2009-10 season       based on how he finished last season, scoring at least 30 points in seven of the
with a hamstring injury, but still managed to average 18.8 points, 11.3             final 13 games. He finished the year averaging 24.2 points, 5.5 rebounds and
rebounds and 1.7 blocks a game. Gasol is one of the better shooting big men         2.8 assists in 62 games and has officially made the leap into Fantasy stardom.
in the game, shooting 53.6 percent from the floor and 79.0 percent from the         Granger will enter the 2010-11 season as an elite Fantasy option, but needs to
charity stripe. He offers that rare blend of power and finesse and also has         stay healthy. He's missed 35 games over the past two years, including most of
showed the ability to pass the ball from under the basket, averaging 3.4 dimes      December with a right foot problem. If Granger can stay healthy, the sky could
a game last season. He has proved over the last two seasons that he can play        be the limit for the talented 27-year-old. Granger has slightly more value in
alongside Andrew Bynum and Lamar Odom without his numbers taking a hit              Rotisserie formats based on his all-around game, but he should be drafted at
and will continue to thrive playing in the same offense as Kobe Bryant. Gasol is    the end of Round 1 or beginning of Round 2 in all leagues next year.
worth drafting as a No. 1 Fantasy option at the center position.
                                                                                    Jeff Green, PF, OKC
Rudy Gay, SF, MEM                                                                   Jeff Green is one of many young and hungry players on the Oklahoma City
Despite the addition of another prominent scorer in Zach Randolph last              Thunder. He averaged 15.1 points, 6 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.3 steals in
season, Rudy Gay was able to maintain a heavy offensive workload. He                2009-10. Over the last two seasons he's missed just four games, but in every
averaged 16 shots per game for a third consecutive season and was even able         game he played (160) he started. His numbers did take a slight dip from his
to up his scoring from 18.9 in 2008-09 to 19.6 last season. Gay has played in       sophomore season to last year, but the Thunder and Fantasy owners will be
an average of 80 games over the last three years, so Fantasy owners can be          happy with what he's been giving them the last two years. He doesn't have to
confident to have him at their disposal throughout the Fantasy season,              carry the team, because Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook do that. Green
averaging nearly 40 minutes per game over the past three years. He won't            just has to be a steady producer and third component of that trio to keep things
dominate one specific category -- he had just eight double-doubles last year        clicking. Owners should target him with a mid-round draft pick.
and has never recorded a triple-double -- but he does enough across the board
to be considered a useful Rotisserie player. He offers over a steal per game        Blake Griffin, PF, LAC
and is also a decent shot blocker for a small forward. Gay is a very safe pick in   After missing all of last season with a broken knee cap, Blake Griffin is healthy
the first four rounds of any Fantasy format. Gay finished 17th among forward-       and should be ready for the start of the 2009-10 season. The former No. 1
eligible players in Head-to-Head scoring for standard CBSSports.com leagues         overall selection hurt his knee in the final preseason game last year and was
last season.                                                                        forced to have season-ending surgery. He was cleared to return to basketball
                                                                                    activities in May and dominated the competition in the Las Vegas Summer Pro
Taj Gibson, PF, CHI                                                                 League, earning Most Outstanding Player honors. Griffin's size, athleticism,
Taj Gibson exceeded expectations in his rookie season. He averaged 9.0              and work ethic seem to make his potential limitless; however the big question
points, 7.5 rebounds, 1.3 blocks and was one of two Bulls who appeared in all       will be how his knee will hold up over the course of a grinding NBA season. If it
82 games last season. He led all rookies in rebounding and field percentage         does, Griffin could be in line for a monster year and should be able to impose
(49.4) and was named to the NBA's All-Rookie first team. However, the               his will around the rim on both offense and defense. He should be viewed as a
addition of Carlos Boozer this offseason will most likely cut into Gibson's         No.2 Fantasy forward on Draft Day.
Fantasy contributions this upcoming season. After averaging nearly 27 minutes
per game last year, he will now have come off the bench, which translates into      Richard Hamilton, SG, DET
fewer minutes and less production. He could be a nice handcuff option for           Richard Hamilton suffered through his most painful season as a professional.
Carlos Boozer, who will miss at least the first month of the season with a          He played in just 46 games during the 2009-10 regular season, the lowest total
broken hand. Gibson will see the starts in his absence, but will likely not be      of his 11-year NBA career, due to a hamstring and ankle injury. Hamilton still
worth starting in most Fantasy formats upon Boozer's return. Gibson is an           averaged 18.1 points, 4.4 assists and 2.8 rebounds, but shot a career-worst
excellent shot blocker and as long as he can get around 20 minutes a game,          40.9 percent from the floor. The fact that he has not played in 70 games in
could still be a nice reserve option off the bench in larger category leagues.      either of the last two seasons is very troubling and could be a sign that the
Consider him worthy of a late-round pick on Draft Day -- especially if you own      aging veteran is starting to break down. Hamilton is expected to start in the
Boozer.                                                                             Pistons' backcourt alongside Rodney Stuckey, and as long as he proves
                                                                                    healthy and productive, he is a viable No.2 or 3 guard in any format. However,
Ryan Gomes, SF, LAC                                                                 Fantasy owners may want to have a backup plan just in case the injury bug
Ryan Gomes, who was waived by the Trail Blazers on June 29, signed with the         bites him again in 2010-11.
Clippers on July 9. He averaged 10.9 points and 4.6 rebounds in 76 games for
Minnesota last season. He has been a solid Fantasy option in spurts, but is not     Al Harrington, PF, DEN
a player you'll want to go into the season with as a starter by any means. He       Al Harrington averaged 17.7 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game
has provided solid contributions when gets consistent minutes as a double digit     last year for the New York Knicks. He signed with Denver this offseason and
scorer, but he will be fighting for minutes with Rasual Butler at the forward       will provide depth on the front court with Nene, Kenyon Martin and Chris
position. Even if he doesn’t start right away, Gomes should average decent          Anderson. Harrington also gives them a presence outside as he shot 34.2
minutes coming off the bench. He should be viewed as a as a good reserve to         percent from 3-point land last year. He'll get a shot to be a starter with Martin
own and a player who will be popular off the waiver wire over the course of the     questionable for the start of the season, but reportedly dealt with plantar
season.                                                                             fasciitis in his left foot over the summer and that could crop up over the course
                                                                                    of the year. If Harrington can at least duplicate his production from last year
Drew Gooden, PF, MIL                                                                with the Knicks, Denver and Fantasy owners will be happy. He should be
Drew Gooden signed with the Bucks this offseason. Gooden's size fills a major       considered a No. 2 Fantasy forward with some mild injury risk involved.
need at power forward for the Bucks, but might find it hard to find consistent
playing time with Ersan Ilyasova and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute in the mix at         Udonis Haslem, PF, MIA
the forward position. He averaged 10.9 points and 7.7 rebounds in 80 games          Udonis Haslem turned down a bigger paycheck to remain in Miami to play
last season with the Mavericks and Clippers. Gooden can fly under the Fantasy       alongside the likes of Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh. Wade
radar, but does have moments of high-end production. However, with the              lobbied heavily to have him back and that's because he knows very well what
logjam of forwards the Bucks have on their roster, Gooden will most likely not      Haslem brings to the team as a workhorse on the boards -- regardless of
receive enough playing time to be drafted as a starter. He could be a valuable      whether he is starting or coming off the bench. Fantasy owners should also be
stopgap depending how injuries play out this season and is worth drafting in        very familiar with what he can offer as his numbers have changed very little
deeper leagues as a reserve with limited upside.                                    over the course of his career. Expect him to be around 10 points per game with
                                                                                    around 7-8 boards per night. He'll give the Heat a viable backup to Bosh at the
                                                                                    power forward spot, but could also buy himself minutes with the first unit as a
                                                                                    center from time to time. In that way, Haslem will be on the floor around 25-30
                                                                                    minutes per night, giving him ample time to continue the production he has
                                                                                    accustomed his team and Fantasy owners to.


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Spencer Hawes, C, PHI                                                                  Andre Iguodala, SF, PHI
The best thing that could have happened to Spencer Hawes' Fantasy value                Andre Iguodala remains a popular choice in category-based play for his ability
was to get out of Sacramento. In Philadelphia, Hawes will get a chance to get          to contribute well-rounded stat lines on a nightly basis. That type of production
his career back on track after taking a step back in his third NBA season due to       certainly doesn't hurt his value in standard Head-to-Head formats either. Iggy
erratic production. That erratic production can be attributed, at least in part, due   finished 13th among all players in Fantasy points in standard-scoring
to a failure to get on the same page with coach Paul Westphal. He'll have to           CBSSports.com leagues. That would put him just outside of the first round in
earn his playing time under new head coach Doug Collins, but will be playing           your typical 12-team league, but the case can still be made for the new A.I. to
with an added chip on his shoulder trying to prove that the progress that he           be chosen in the first round of any league. Iguodala has played all 82 games in
made in his second year was not a fluke and that it was Westphal's fault he            five of his six NBA seasons, missing just six games during the 2006-07 season.
struggled in 2009-10. He could challenge for the starting center job in Philly         The 26-year-old is as steady as it gets, averaging similar numbers over the last
with Samuel Dalembert, but should see good playing time even if he does have           four seasons despite playing for three different coaches. He will be playing four
to come off the bench. Hawes should be available in the later rounds come              yet another new coach this fall. The chances of Iguodala improving greatly over
Draft Day as a No. 3 center with the upside to develop into a decent No. 2             his recent numbers don't appear to be great, but here is a really safe pick in the
option under the right conditions. Don't expect much more than low teens               early rounds. In leagues that allow for multiple positions, don't forget Iguodala
scoring, around 6-7 rebounds and a couple of assists per game. Fantasy                 can be eligible at guard as well as forward.
owners in category-based play should be aware that he can hurt your free-
throw percentages. He isn't a plus producer in any particular category.                Ersan Ilyasova, SF, MIL
                                                                                       Ersan Ilyasova saw a huge increase in production across the board in his
Gordon Hayward, SF, UTA                                                                sophomore season. Ilyasova averaged 10.4 points, 6.4 rebounds and 1.0
Gordon Hayward averaged 15.5 points, 8.2 boards and 1.7 assists per game               assists in 81 games last season. The 23-year-old has produced whenever
as a sophomore at Butler a year ago. Utah took him with the No. 9 pick in this         given ample minutes and has shown the ability to fill up the stat sheet.
year's draft primarily on his performance in the NCAA Tournament. He has               However, with the addition of Drew Gooden this offseason, the Bucks now
potential and can hit the clutch shot, but the NBA is not the Horizon League.          have a log jam at the forward position. He will have to fight for minutes with
Hayward shot 59.2 percent from the field and 29.4 percent from behind the arc          Gooden and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, which could limit his playing time and
in his last year for the Bulldogs. The question is can he continue to improve or       production this season. That being said, Ilyasova has good upside and is worth
is a ways away from making an impact in the NBA? He can shoot and pass,                a late-round pick as a reserve in most formats.
which is a nice trait for someone of his size. He's also a 82.9 percent free-throw
shooter, which gives him a touch more Fantasy value. Still rookies are risky           Stephen Jackson, SF, CHA
draft choices and Hayward is no different. Consider him a sleeper on Draft             After Stephen Jackson was traded away from one of the highest-scoring NBA
Day. Jerry Sloan could use this rookie in a number of ways.                            teams to one of the lowest-scoring NBA teams just nine games into the 2009-
                                                                                       10 regular season, many feared for his Fantasy value. In reality, Jackson's 21.1
Lazar Hayward, SF, MIN                                                                 point-per-game scoring average in 72 games for Charlotte last season was
Lazar Hayward was the 30th overall pick from Marquette and came to the                 actually a career-high and he attempted more shots per game (17.8) for Larry
Wolves in a trade with Washington. He averaged 13.5 points and 6.6 rebounds            Brown in Charlotte than he had for any other coach throughout his NBA career.
in his four-year NCAA career. Like fellow rookie Wesley Johnson, Hayward has           Desperate for any kind of offense, the Bobcats leaned heavily on Jackson and
over a 7-foot wingspan, which can give opposing teams fits. With a young               should continue to do so this fall, making Jackson once again a candidate to
Minnesota team Hayward should see some minutes, but he figures to play a               score over 20 points per game along with around five boards and four assists
reserve role in his rookie season, so consider him off the radar in standard           per game. In Head-to-Head, this type of production makes Jackson a high-end
Fantasy leagues on Draft Day.                                                          Fantasy option, worthy of a pick somewhere within the first four rounds. In
                                                                                       category-based play, however, his high shot volume has often lead to poor
J.J. Hickson, PF, CLE                                                                  shooting percentages from the field and beyond the arc. However, Jackson did
J.J. Hickson had a breakout year in 2009-10. He averaged a career-high in              average a respectable 42.3 percent from the field with the Bobcats last season
points (8.5), rebounds (4.9) and field goal percentage (55 percent) in 81              and while turnovers will always remain a problem for Jackson he can make up
games. Hickson played well as a reserve big man for Cleveland last season              for it with the help he provides in other areas -- including over a 1.5 steals and
and now will be forced to take a more prominent role with the departures of            3-pointers per contest.
LeBron James, Shaquille O'Neal and Zydrunas Ilgauskas. He thrived off the
play-making ability of James last season, but now will be forced to create his         LeBron James, SF, MIA
own looks. Still, the fact that Hickson could see significant minutes immediately      LeBron James is in Miami. That is going to take some getting used to. And
increases his value. He is worth drafting as a potential sleeper in later rounds.      Fantasy owners will also have to get used to a different King James starting
                                                                                       this fall. The perennial No. 1 overall selection in Fantasy leagues may not be
Grant Hill, SF, PHO                                                                    such a lock as the top choice this season, considering the fact that he will no
Grant Hill exercised his player option during the offseason and will return to the     longer be the de facto Alpha dog on a Miami team that still belongs to Dwyane
Suns. He averaged 11.3 points, 5.5 rebounds with 2.4 assists per game during           Wade in many ways and also features the like of another former Alpha leader
the regular season. Grant has been surprisingly durable over the last three            in Chris Bosh. But with his insane skill set, LeBron will still be a statistical
seasons, appearing in 70, 82, and 81 games respectively. He played well in             dream to Fantasy owners. He is a prominent rebounder (he has averaged at
spurts over the last season, but the 37-year-old is not worth starting in most         least seven boards in each of the last three seasons) and his excellent passing
Fantasy leagues at this point in his career. However, he still can be extremely        ability (he has also averaged at least seven assists in each of the last three
useful here and there as a stopgap or a reserve, which makes him worth a late-         seasons) will be greatly emphasized on a team with more weapons around him
round pick in any format this fall.                                                    than ever. Where he will suffer is in the scoring department and he has even
                                                                                       suggested as much himself since signing with Miami. He has averaged just
                                                                                       below 21 shots per game throughout his NBA career, leading to an incredible
Al Horford, C, ATL
                                                                                       27.8 ppg scoring average. That will undoubtedly drop some in Miami as he'll
Al Horford has arrived among the elite options at the center position in Fantasy.
                                                                                       have to share the load with D-Wade and Bosh. Will it drop precipitously? We
Capable of around 10 rebounds and a block or two per game throughout each
                                                                                       doubt it. And LeBron's contributions across the board are going to be enough
of his first three NBA seasons, the former Florida Gators standout has added
                                                                                       for him to retain his place among the top producers in all of Fantasy hoops. He
some depth to his offensive game, allowing him to average a career-high 14.2
                                                                                       is still capable of being the No. 1 overall contributor, regardless of format, but
points per game last season. That is still an area that the 24-year-old is
                                                                                       just be aware that the gap has been closed considerably.
developing and while he may never have much of a mid-range game, his
finishing around the rim is above-average. He shot a career-high 55.1 percent
from the field in 2009-10 and is just about a lock to shoot over 50 percent from
the field throughout his career. His free-throw shooting also improved last fall,
as he managed to shoot 78.9 percent from the charity stripe -- respectable for
a big man. He doesn’t handle the ball enough to turn the ball over much and is
a very safe pick in the early rounds in either Head-to-Head of category leagues
as a No. 1 center.


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Antawn Jamison, PF, CLE                                                               Wesley Johnson, SF, MIN
Antawn Jamison was traded to Cleveland last season in the hopes he would be           Wesley Johnson averaged 16.5 points, 8.5 boards, 2.2 assists and 1.7 steals
the missing piece to put the Cavs in the NBA Finals. Instead, Cleveland was           per game at Syracuse last year. The 6-foot-7 forward has a 7-foot-1 wingspan,
eliminated by the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference semifinals and             so he can cover a lot of ground around the basket. He blocked 1.8 shots a
LeBron James left via free agency during the offseason. Jamison will now              game while shooting 41.5 percent from 3-point land. He'll likely not be able to
become the Cavs' primary scoring option heading into the 2010-11 season. He           shoot that well from downtown at the next level, but Johnson could be an
averaged 18.7 points and 8.4 rebounds in a combined 66 games with the                 impact player for the Timberwolves. He won't start for them, but he'll definitely
Wizards and Cavaliers and could see his scoring average rise back into the            see some solid minutes as a rookie. Like most young players it's tough to
20's, as he had done the previous three seasons in Washington. Even at 34,            gauge how they'll fit in with their new team, but with Minnesota being so young
Jamison can still light up the scoreboard and rebound. He could be viewed as          Johnson should be fine. Look for them to play an up-tempo style, which could
a value pick No.2 forward if you want to wait on a forward and stock up at            benefit the forward. He should be targeted in the later rounds on Draft Day, but
another position. However, Fantasy owners should note that Jamison has two            is worth the gamble in all standard Fantasy leagues.
years remaining on his contract and could become attractive to contenders
near the trade deadline, which could alter his value.                                 Andrei Kirilenko, SF, UTA
                                                                                      Andrei Kirilenko averaged 11.9 points, 1.4 steals, 1.2 blocks and a career-low
Al Jefferson, C, UTA                                                                  4.6 rebounds per game for Utah in the 2009-10 season. Kirilenko started just
Al Jefferson could benefit from a change of scenery this season as he joins the       35 of his 58 games last year as he battled a calf injury from March 12 to May 8.
Utah Jazz. In 2009-10 while he was in Minnesota, Jefferson averaged 17.1              It's been five seasons since Kirilenko was a must-start Fantasy option. Even
points, 9.3 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game coming off a major knee                  with Carlos Boozer gone, the addition of Al Jefferson and the use of Paul
surgery. He started all 76 games he played in, but he was often left to fend for      Millsap will continue to limit the veteran's touches. Kirilenko still has Fantasy
himself on an extremely young Timberwolves team. Teaming up with guard                value, but it lies mainly in Rotisserie formats and larger Head-to-Head leagues.
Deron Williams could be the best thing that could have happened for                   Consider him a late-round draft pick this fall.
Jefferson's Fantasy value. Expect a lot more easy finishes for Jefferson, who
could be looking to a return to the production he was enjoying prior to his knee      Carl Landry, PF, SAC
injury. He averaged over 20 points and 10 rebounds for consecutive seasons.           Carl Landry enjoyed a breakout season in 2009-10. The former Boilermaker
Another year removed from the injury, and playing in a very favorable pick-and-       started the year in Houston as the team's sixth man and saw increased role
roll style offense, Jefferson could be looking at a return to the elite. Foul shots   thanks in part to the absence of Yao Ming. He played 52 games with the
are his weakness, which can hurt his value in category-based leagues. But he          Rockets and averaged 16.1 points and 5.5 rebounds. He was traded to the
can more than make up for that flaw with premium scoring, rebounding and              Kings at the trade deadline last season and thrived as a starter, averaging 18
good shot-blocking with minimal turnovers. All these factors in mind, expect          points and 6.5 rebounds per game for Sacramento. The Kings are still in
Jefferson to go off the board in the second round of most Fantasy leagues as a        rebuilding mode, but they look at Landry as piece for the future. He could really
No. 1 center option.                                                                  put up some big numbers offensively as a starter in Paul Westphal's faster
                                                                                      paced offense, but needs do a better job on the boards. The fact he is one of
Richard Jefferson, SF, SA                                                             the projected starting forwards this season and has a talented nucleus around
Richard Jefferson averaged just 12.3 points, 2 assists and 4.4 rebounds per           him makes Landry a No. 3 Fantasy forward heading into the 2010-11 season.
game for the Spurs in 2009-10. That was his lowest average for points since           Landry is worth a mid-round pick in all formats.
his rookie year with the Nets. He shot 46.7 percent from the field and 73.5
percent from the foul line. He won't put up a ton of points for Fantasy owners,       David Lee, PF, GS
but will be a nice reserve player to have. Consider drafting him in the later         David Lee signed a six-year $80 million dollar contract in a sign-and-trade this
rounds in all leagues.                                                                offseason to join the Golden State Warriors. Lee thrived playing for coach Mike
                                                                                      D'Antoni in New York and should be able to step right in and contribute big
Jonas Jerebko, SF, DET                                                                numbers in Golden State's free-flowing offense. Last season was Lee's
Jonas Jerebko's season is in doubt after suffering an Achilles' injury in the first   breakout year. He averaged 20.1 points, 11.7 rebounds and was fourth in the
quarter of his team's very first preseason game. He averaged 9.3 points with          NBA with 53 double-doubles. Lee even put up a triple-double last season,
6.0 rebounds during his rookie season. His most productive month came in              becoming the first player in a quarter century to put up 30-20-10 in a single
March when he averaged 10.9 points and 7.1 rebounds a game, however,he                game. He was one of only three players on the NBA last season to average 20
was very inconsistent. Jerebko showed some potential in spurts and shot a             points and 10 rebounds. Lee was able to add a new wrinkle to his game last
solid 48.1 percent from the floor. While he is not the type of player that is         season--a consistent mid-range jumper. He shot 54.5 percent from the floor
probably going to get you 20-plus points a night, he has the ability to fill up a     last season and if he can continue to knock down open looks, the sky could be
stat sheet and looks to be a big piece of the future in Detroit. Unfortunately, we    the limit for him this upcoming season playing alongside Monta Ellis and
may not see him at all this year. Consider him a viable late-round pick in most       Stephen Curry. Lee did suffer a dislocated finger during the first day of training
keeper leagues, but avoid him in seasonal formats.                                    camp with team USA, but is expected to be ready for the start of the NBA
                                                                                      season. Lee is a solid Fantasy option in all formats. He could conceivably get
Yi Jianlian, PF, WAS                                                                  drafted in the first round due to the fact that he led all centers in scoring in
Yi Jianlian is entering his fourth NBA season and it will come with his third NBA     standard head-to-head leagues, but should be drafted no later than early in the
franchise. The former lottery pick did little to make the Bucks or Nets want to       third round.
keep him around and he'll little more than a role player in his first season with a
re-building Wizards franchise. The 7-footer is much more comfortable playing          Rashard Lewis, PF, ORL
away from the basket than under it, making him more of a wing player than a           Here is a player looking for a bounce-back season. Rashard Lewis averaged
power forward -- which is technically what he plays. He did average a                 just 14.1 points per game a year ago, his lowest scoring average since the
respectable 7.1 rebounds per game a season to go with 12.0 points per game            1999-00 season -- his second in the NBA. Much of the decline can be
and while he may never live up to his NBA draft position (he was selected No.         attributed to the addition of another prominent scorer in Vince Carter, but Lewis
6 overall in 2007), he could still be useful to Fantasy owners as a No. 3 or 4        was maddeningly erratic and inconsistent with very few hot surges over the
forward option at times. There will be a minutes available to Yi at small forward     course of the season. This year, a slimmed down Lewis could be used at his
with the Wizards losing Mike Miller over the offseason and he should be able to       more natural small forward position for the first time since his days in Seattle
carve out around 30 minutes per game. That would allow Yi to at least equal           and that could help him bounce back to some extent. He remains one of the
the production of a year ago. Consider him a solid reserve option once you've         elite shooters in basketball, and has the tools still at just 31 years of age to post
selected your starters at the forward position.                                       a resurgent campaign, making him a possible sleeper in the middle rounds.
                                                                                      Last year's numbers will make him available in the middle-rounds, but he is still
                                                                                      capable of No. 2-type numbers.




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Kevin Love, PF, MIN                                                                  Mike Miller, SG, MIA
Kevin Love averaged 14 points, 11 boards and 2.3 assists per game last year          Mike Miller agreed to a deal to join the Heat following the additions of LeBron
for the Timberwolves. Love is going into his third year in the NBA, but is one of    James and Chris Bosh to join Dwyane Wade in Miami. He will provide the team
the more experienced players in Minnesota. Love will give Fantasy owners a           with a scoring presence off the bench and is likely to serve in a sixth man role.
double-double, or close to it, on a nightly basis. He shot 45 percent from the       We don't expect Dwyane Wade and LeBron James to require too many
field and 81.5 percent from the free-throw line, good numbers for a big man. He      breathers, but whenever they are not on the floor we suspect Miller will be
started 22 of his 60 games played last year, but now that Al Jefferson is gone,      carrying a significant offensive role and with defenses looking to stop the
Love should be a full-time starter. His numbers should go up as he'll be looked      team's prominent trio Miller can expect a lot of open looks. He can chip in
at to do more on this young T'wolves squad. He should be targeted as a mid-          double-digits in scoring, but expect it to be along the lines of 10 points per
round draft pick in most Fantasy leagues.                                            game. He can still be a decent source for three-point shooting in category-
                                                                                     based leagues, but a potential drop in minutes will make him merely waiver
Corey Maggette, SF, MIL                                                              wire fodder this season in most formats. Expect him to go in the late rounds of
Corey Maggette enjoyed a resurgent season for the Warriors last season. As a         Fantasy drafts as a reserve.
go-to player for Don Nelson, Maggette averaged 19.8 points, 5.3 rebounds and
2.5 assists in 70 games last season. Maggette will have to make an adjustment        Paul Millsap, PF, UTA
coming from Golden State's free-flowing offense to Milwaukee's more                  Paul Millsap would have been the main recipient of Deron Williams' dishes this
traditional half-court approach, which could lead to a dip in production. He also    year for Utah if they hadn't traded for Al Jefferson. Millsap and Jefferson will
will be competing with Carlos Delfino for minutes at the forward position and        certainly play alongside each other, but Millsap will likely remain one of the
will have to play a more secondary role with the Bucks having tons of scoring        main guys coming off the bench for the Jazz. With Carlos Boozer in Chicago,
options around him. A leg injury will keep him out of preseason action and puts      Millsap and Jefferson will have to fill his shoes. Millsap started eight of his 82
him at risk to a slow start to the year that could mean some missed game. Still,     games played in 2009-10, averaging 11.6 points, 6.8 rebounds and 1.2 blocks
he proved last season he can still fill up a stat sheet and should be viewed as a    per game. Fantasy owners can expect more of the same out of this young big
No. 3 or 4 Fantasy forward, depending on his minutes.                                man heading into the 2010-11 season. He is a mid-round pick on Draft Day.

Shawn Marion, SF, DAL                                                                Anthony Morrow, SG, NJ
Shawn Marion averaged 12.0 points, 6.4 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game in          The New Jersey Nets had high hopes heading into free agency, but Anthony
his first year with the Mavericks in 2009-10. The days when Marion would             Morrow wound up being one of the team's biggest gets. The 24-year-old will
dominate Rotisserie formats and provide high-end production for any Fantasy          have a chance to take on a significant scoring role on a team desperate for
owner are in the past and the new reality is that Marion has become more of a        consistent scorers outside of Brook Lopez and Devin Harris. With Courtney
role player -- both for his team and Fantasy owners. While Marion will still get     Lee gone, Morrow will have a chance for significant minutes. He showed
his minutes, and an occasional big game or decent hot streak, he is no longer        promise in his first two seasons with the Golden State Warriors, but players in
a big-time Fantasy producer. Count on him for good field-goal percentage and         that system have been known to post inflated numbers , meaning Morrow will
possibly a block and a steal per game with his usual low turnover rate, but don't    have to prove he can succeed in a new system under new Nets coach Avery
count on him for much more than 12 points and six boards per game, making            Johnson. Morrow is an excellent perimeter scorer, averaging a full two 3-
him little more than a No. 4 forward.                                                pointers per game in 2009-10 and should be target for help in that area in
                                                                                     category-based play. He boasts plus percentages across the board with the
Kenyon Martin, PF, DEN                                                               ability to offer around a steal per game and mid-teens scoring if given
Kenyon Martin averaged 11.5 points and 9.4 rebounds per game for Denver in           significant playing time. He is worth a late-round pick as a reserve who could
2009-10. He isn't a dominant scorer, but his presence on the defensive side of       flourish into a Fantasy starter under the right conditions.
the ball actually gives him more Fantasy value. Seven of his 9.4 boards came
on the defensive end and he also averaged 1.2 steals and 1.1 blocks per game         Troy Murphy, PF, NJ
for the Nuggets. He is a pretty complete Fantasy forward besides his lowly 55.7      Troy Murphy had another solid season in 2009-10. He finished the year
percent from the foul line. That will obviously hurt in category leagues, but        averaging 14.6 points and 10.2 rebounds, which was the fifth time in his career
there is a bigger issue this offseason with K-Mart. The veteran is questionable      he has averaged a double-double for the season and finished the season
for the start of the season as he had surgery on his knee after the playoffs         ranked 10th in the NBA with 39 double-doubles. Murphy shot 47.2 percent from
ended. He played in just 58 games for Denver last year too, so with this latest      the floor last season and a respectable 38.4 percent from three. He'll take that
surgery he is a risk factor heading into this fall. He has the potential to put up   production over to his native New Jersey after he was traded to the Nets this
double-doubles on a nightly basis, but will probably see less playing time with      summer and he'll be pairing up with Brook Lopez to form what could be a
the addition of Al Harrington. Martin is worth a late-round pick in most Fantasy     formidable front court. There is a chance Lopez -- as well as rookie Derrick
leagues.                                                                             Favors -- could cut into some of Murphy's rebounding numbers, but Murphy
                                                                                     should still be relied upon as a presence both on the glass and as a much-
Wesley Matthews, SG, POR                                                             needed scoring option alongside Lopez and Devin Harris. Consider him a solid
Wesley Matthews joined Portland in the offseason after he signed a five-year         No. 3 forward on Draft Day.
deal. Matthews averaged 9.4 points and 2.3 rebounds in 24.7 minutes for the
Jazz last season as a rookie. He appeared in all 82 games last season and            Nene, C, DEN
started in 48. He's a young player and could fit nicely in with the Trail Blazers,   Nene averaged 13.8 points, 7.6 boards, 2.5 assists and 1.4 steals per game for
but he's likely going to have the same role as he did in Utah. He has upside         Denver last year, as he played in and started all 82 games. That was the first
and could be a solid Fantasy player in a year or two, but right now would only       time in his career the veteran big man has done that. His stat line was also
be worth owning in deeper Rotisserie leagues due to his good percentages --          above his career averages across the board. He shot 70.4 percent from the
48.3 from the field, 82.9 from the foul line and 38.2 from behind the arc.           foul line and 58.7 percent from the field, which doesn't hurt in category-based
                                                                                     leagues either. Nene suffered a knee injury in Game 5 in the first round of the
Brad Miller, C, HOU                                                                  playoffs last year and had offseason surgery to repair it. It's expected he'll
Brad Miller was added by the Houston Rockets this summer as possible                 recover and be ready for the 2010-11 season, but he could be a slight injury
insurance for Yao Ming after Yao missed all of last season with a foot fracture.     risk for Fantasy owners. He is a No. 1 center when healthy, worthy of a mid-
Miller will provide Houston with a capable backup and a player who could still       round pick in all leagues. Keep an eye on him and draft a solid backup for the
provide healthy scoring in the low post when called upon thanks to a solid mid-      worst-case scenario.
range game. He isn't much of a presence on the boards any longer and can't
be counted upon in Fantasy to be anything more than an occasional stopgap
for deeper leagues even when getting heavy minutes. That makes him a player
to avoid drafting in most leagues, but we do expect him to be a popular pickup
off the waiver wire at several instances throughout the season.




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Joakim Noah, C, CHI                                                                     Tayshaun Prince, SF, DET
Joakim Noah had a career-year in 2009-10 season. He averaged a career high              Tayshaun Prince failed to play in all 82 games during the 2009-10 regular
10.7 points, 11.0 rebounds, 2.1 assists with 1.6 blocks. He played in just 64           season, missing 33 games due to injuries. It was the first time in six seasons
games last season because of a foot injury, but appears to be healthy heading           he has failed to play in 82 games. Despite missing some time last season,
into the 2010-11 season. Noah's increased scoring has led to an increase of             Prince's numbers did not change much. He averaged a 13-5-3 stat line and if
his Fantasy value, but those numbers could decrease with the offseason                  you look at his numbers since 2004-05, he has not wavered much in that
moves the Bulls made. The addition of Carlos Boozer could slightly decrease             regard. He will never be a Fantasy superstar, but has been a model of
Noah's rebounding and scoring numbers, but Boozer's ability to score should             consistency in Fantasy play. As long as he can stay healthy, Prince is a viable
mesh well with Noah's passing ability, which could lead to a higher assist              No. 3 or 4 forward in most formats. He is worthy of a mid-round pick on Draft
totals. Noah will still be one of the league's top rebounders and shot blockers,        Day.
but because he is limited offensively, he might be more valuable in category-
based leagues. He also gives Fantasy owners some versatility with their                 Zach Randolph, PF, MEM
lineups as he can play the forward or center position--if your league allows it.        Zach Randolph started all 81 games he played last year, which was a career
Consider Noah a solid No. 2 center in most standard leagues. He is worthy of a          best a player who has struggled to stay on the court throughout his NBA
mid-round pick in most formats.                                                         career. During his nine- year career, he's only played in more than 72 games in
                                                                                        a season four times and 2009-10 was the first time since the 2005-06 season
Dirk Nowitzki, PF, DAL                                                                  when he was with Portland. He finally seems to have settled into a place, both
Dirk Nowitzki decided to stay in Dallas to make another run for an NBA title            physically and mentally, where he can be comfortable and productive on the
with owner Mark Cuban, Jason Kidd and company. Sure, he probably could                  court without any of the off-the-court troubles which have plagued him
have made more elsewhere, but he took a pay cut for to remain in Dallas,                throughout his career. In 2009-10 Randolph averaged 20.8 points, 11.8
where he is still the go-to guy. That is great news for Fantasy owners. Being           rebounds and 1.8 assists per game and was perhaps the biggest Fantasy steal
the go-to guy equals big Fantasy value, which is exactly what Nowitzki has              in all leagues, finishing fifth among forward-eligible players in Head-to-Head
been for the better part of the last decade. Nowitzki has averaged over 20              scoring for standard CBSSports.com leagues, finishing only behind LeBron
points per game in every season since 2000-01 with at least eight rebounds              James, Kevin Durant, David Lee and Dirk Nowitzki . He led the team in scoring
per game each year until he averaged 7.7 boards per game last fall. Nowitzki            and rebounding, as the veteran seemed to fit into the core of young players
averaged 25 points per game in 2009-10, to go along with his 42.1 3-point               nicely. His field goal and free-throw percentages -- 48.8 and 77.8, respectively
percentage, 48.1 field-goal percentage and 91.5 free-throw percentage. Those            -- can be positives for owners in Rotisserie leagues, especially considering how
numbers show why Dirk is annually one of the best regular season players in             hard it is to find big men who can shoot free throws well. Randolph will no
the NBA, even though he hasn't been able to get over the hump and win it all in         longer be a candidate to be a value pick coming off the year he had last
the playoffs. Dirk may not be the most attractive first-round pick, but he's            season, but his numbers qualify him as a worthy pick in the second round of
certainly a safe choice. Regardless of format, he has consistently finished             any Fantasy league. Just be aware that his track record as an unreliability is
among the top 10 producers year in and year out without any signs of slowing            still an unpredictable variable.
down.
                                                                                        Quentin Richardson, SG, ORL
Lamar Odom, PF, LAL                                                                     Quentin Richardson signed on with the Magic to provide the team with some
Lamar Odom will be entering his seventh season with the Lakers. He averaged             more perimeter shooting on the wing to go along with Rashard Lewis and J.J.
nearly a double-double last season while only playing about 31 minutes a                Redick. The streaky shooter will have to vie for minutes behind Vince Carter
game. When the team is fully healthy, he will serve in the sixth man role.              and will have to battle Redick for touches off the bench. Double-digit scoring
However, his role greatly increases whenever Andrew Bynum and Pau Gasol                 will come on an erratic basis, making Richardson a player who will be on and
are banged up. Well Bynum is expected to miss the first month (at least) of the         off the waiver wire throughout the course of the season. Don't worry about
season due to injury and Gasol will find himself in the starting lineup to start the    drafting him outside of leagues of 14 or more teams. Just keep an eye on him
year. Odom averaged 4.1 assists, and nearly a block and a steal a game last             when he goes on his occasional hot streak.
season, which makes him a viable option in category-based leagues. He can
be a bit inconsistent at times, performing like a Fantasy stud one game and a           Brandon Roy, SG, POR
dud the next. As a starter, Odom can be viewed as a No. 2 Fantasy forward,              Brandon Roy is one of the young stars in the NBA that most Fantasy owners
but coming off the bench, his value diminishes. With the recent injury history of       are well aware of. He played in and started 65 games last year for Portland and
the two Lakers big men, Odom is definitely worth a mid-round pick.                      saw a slight decrease in his numbers. Roy averaged 20.8 points, 4.5 assists
                                                                                        and 4.2 boards per game a year ago. His field goal (47.3), free-throw (78) and
Paul Pierce, SF, BOS                                                                    3-point (33) percentages were all down from his 2008-09 season, but his stat
The Boston Celtics, as expected, were able to keep the face of their franchise          line remains a good play in all category-based leagues. Roy underwent
over the last decade on board after his contract expired. He has averaged 19.5          arthroscopic knee surgery last season and came back for the Trail Blazers
points, 5.1 rebounds and 3.7 rebounds over the last three seasons, coinciding           playoff series versus the Suns. Portland lost in six games, but Roy proved he's
with the run of prominence after the additions of Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen           tough as nails by coming back from surgery so soon to try to help his team win.
were made. Those numbers are below his career averages and he has seen                  Just how healthy is that knee? Going into the 2010-11 season, that is the
his Fantasy stock dip as a result. Just how much he has dipped may come as a            biggest concern in Portland. He is one of the top guards in the league but is a
surprise to many Fantasy owners. He finished 32nd overall among forward-                little behind the first tier of Fantasy guards. Roy is still an early round pick in all
eligible players in standard CBSSports.com Head-to-Head formats last season,            12-team standard leagues.
behind the likes of Jeff Green, Trevor Ariza and Nene. His name and track
record could be a dangerous lure to Fantasy owners in the early round of                Brandon Rush, SF, IND
Head-to-Head leagues, but he has become more of a low-end No. 2 or even a               Brandon Rush had somewhat of a disappointing 2010-11 season. He improved
high-end No. 3 option in standard formats. In category leagues, however, his            his stats from his rookie season, but did not improve as much as some thought
well-rounded contributions allow him to remain a worthy selection within the            he would. He averaged 8.1 points and 3.1 rebounds while playing about 30
first five rounds. He can average near 20 points per game with a handful of             minutes per game. He was the only Pacer to appear in all 82 games last
boards and assists while also providing over a steal and a 3-pointer per game.          season, but did not take advantage of the extended playing time he received
His shooting percentages are excellent and his turnover margins are minimal             when Danny Granger and Mike Dunleavy went down with injuries. Rush did
among star players who handle the ball as much as he does. Be careful not to            shoot an impressive 41.1 percent from three, but was dreadful at the charity
fall into the trap of selecting Pierce too early, but he can still be a very valuable   stripe (62.9 percent) and does not appear to be on the verge of becoming an
asset to any Fantasy roster.                                                            elite Fantasy option anytime soon. He is worth a late-round pick as a reserve in
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John Salmons, SF, MIL                                                                     Jason Thompson, PF, SAC
John Salmons re-signed with the Bucks this offseason after playing a critical             Jason Thompson saw a rise in production in points and rebounds last season.
role in helping Milwaukee make the playoffs for the first time in four years. He          The third-year forward out of Rider averaged 12.5 points and 8.5 rebounds
arrived in Milwaukee via a trade from the Bulls and averaged 19.9 points per              while appearing in 75 games. He got off to a fast start averaging 16 points and
game in 28 games with the Bucks. Salmons is a scorer more than anything                   nine rebounds through December, but then seemed to hit a wall. He became
else, but most of his production last season came with Andrew Bogut and                   very inconsistent in the second half of the season and lost some starts
Michael Redd sidelined by injuries. Bogut is expected to be healthy at the start          because of it. Still, he recorded 24 double-doubles last season and was the
of the season which could cut into his scoring numbers. The Bucks also added              Kings lone shot-blocking presence in the paint. The Kings are still in rebuilding
Corey Maggette this offseason, which means Salmons, will be pushed for                    mode and Thompson is still a big part of their plans, but he will most likely be
minutes and could end up coming off the bench. Salmons should be viewed as                behind Carl Landry on the depth chart and could lose minutes this season with
a low-end Fantasy option worthy of a late-round pick.                                     the addition of Samuel Dalembert and rookie DeMarcus Cousins. Dalembert
                                                                                          will miss the first couple of weeks of the season with a hip injury, however,
Luis Scola, PF, HOU                                                                       offering Thompson a chance to step up. Thompson is not worth starting in
Luis Scola started all 82 games for the Rockets last year, averaging 16.2                 many formats, bu t is still worth drafting in the later rounds as a reserve. He
points, 8.6 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game. Because Yao Ming was out of                also gives Fantasy owners versatility in lineups as he can play the forward or
action all last season, Scola saw more playing time hence the significant                 center position-- if your league allows it.
increase in production. Scola presents Fantasy owners with an intriguing
choice in the middle rounds as a player with clear ability to post significant            Al Thornton, SF, WAS
numbers, but without a guarantee that he'll be able to back those numbers up              Al Thornton showed significant promise in his second season with the Clippers
this season. Yao remains the biggest wild card in the whole situation. If Yao is          in 2008-09, but took a big step backward last fall. He went from averaging 16.8
healthy, Fantasy owners should expect Scola to drop from a mid-teens scorer               points and 5.2 rebounds per game to just 10.7 and 3.9, with a 10-minute per
to more of a low-end double-digit scorer. His rebounds didn't get a huge boost            game drop in playing time the primary culprit. This season in Washington,
last season, so we don't expect him to stray far from the 8.6 rebounds he has             Thornton will have to battle for playing time at the small forward spot with Josh
managed over the last two years. If Yao misses time again, however, we now                Howard and could be looking at similar numbers. Under the right
know that Scola is capable of putting up numbers worthy of a low-end No. 2                circumstances, Thornton could return to the type of production that made him a
forward or a solid No. 3 in many formats. Draft him with a healthy Yao in mind,           solid No. 3 Fantasy forward in his second NBA season. And with Josh Howard
but without dismissing his upside.                                                        providing very little guarantee that he can play a full, healthy season, he could
                                                                                          very well get that shot. But Fantasy owners shouldn't draft him as anything
Josh Smith, PF, ATL                                                                       more than a reserve forward.
Josh Smith remains a high-end Fantasy forward, regardless of format.
However, his value is perhaps highest in category-based play. He will be                  Hedo Turkoglu, SF, PHO
among the league leaders in blocks per game while also providing around a                 Hedo Turkoglu was sent to Phoenix this offseason in a trade for Leandro
steal-and-a-half per game, two of the harder categories to peg down in                    Barbosa and Dwayne Jones. The 6-foot-10 forward from Turkey really
category leagues. Add to that some well-rounded production in the three big               struggled last season with the Raptors. He averaged just 11.3 points, 4.6
categories (he averaged 15.7 points, 8.8 rebounds and 4.2 assists last season)            rebounds and 4.1 assists. However, Turkoglu should benefit from the Suns
with the ability to shoot at over a 50-percent clip from the field. His biggest           offensive-friendly system and playing alongside two-time league MVP Steve
drawbacks are his free-throw shooting (he shot just 61.8 percent from the line            Nash. Hopefully he can return to his form of two years ago, when he averaged
last season) and 3-point shooting. Thankfully, he has decided to stop taking              19.5 points, 5.7 rebounds and 5.0 assists. Fantasy owners should view
threes all together and won't be a drain on your 3-point shooting percentage              Turkoglu as a No. 2 Fantasy forward this season. He is worthy of a mid-round
any longer in category leagues. He will be worthy of a pick in the third or fourth        draft pick.
round in Head-to-Head formats, but should go earlier in category play.
                                                                                          Anderson Varejao, PF, CLE
Peja Stojakovic, SF, NO                                                                   Anderson Varejao was very productive in his sixth NBA season for the Cavs
Peja Stojakovic has been on the decline over the last four years of his career.           last year. He averaged 8.6 points, 7.6 rebounds and 0.9 blocks in 76 games
His 12.6 points per game were his lowest since his second year in the NBA. He             last season. Varejao has been used almost exclusively as a bench player
also averaged 3.7 boards and 1.5 assists per game for the Hornets. The                    throughout his career, but with the departures of LeBron James, Shaquille
veteran started 55 of his 62 games played, but missed some action due to a                O'Neal and Zyrdunas Ilgauskas he will most likely see an increase in minutes.
lower abdominal strain. Despite a drop in his production, Stojakovic is still very        Varejao's rebounding numbers should go up, but he might not see a huge
Fantasy relevant as he is a career 40 percent shooter from behind the arc and             increase in scoring. Varejao is very limited offensively. He scored most of his
shoots 89.5 percent at the foul line. He should be considered a late-round pick           points as the result of teams collapsing on LeBron in the lane, which resulted in
heading into 2010-11 drafts.                                                              easy layups for the big man. That will no longer be the case this season and
                                                                                          Varejao will have to try and create his own shot. He can give Fantasy owners
Amar'e Stoudemire, PF, NY                                                                 some lineup versatility, as he is able to play the forward or center position--if
Amar'e Stoudemire may be on a new team, but he should find the system very                your league allows it. Consider Varejao a solid late round pick as a reserve. He
familiar in New York. That is because he will be reunited with former coach               does not have any significant upside, but an increase in playing time should
Mike D'Antoni, under whom he enjoyed excellent success for the better part of             lead to his best career numbers.
the first six years of his career. Surrounding conditions may not be as optimal
as they were in Phoenix -- for one thing, Steve Nash isn't going to be feeding            Charlie Villanueva, PF, DET
him passes anymore -- but Stoudemire is expected to be a primary go-to                    Charlie Villanueva started a career-low 16 games for the Pistons during the
scorer on one of the highest-scoring teams in the NBA. Expect his scoring to              2009-10 regular season. He averaged 11.9 points, 4.7 rebounds and 0.7
easily stay north of 20 points. And with the Knicks lacking much of a                     assists. An injury to Jonas Jerebko in the first game of the preseason,
rebounding presence, 9-10 boards per game should be a cinch. In truth, we                 however, gives Villanueva a chance to re-establish himself as a starter and a
don't expect much fluctuation when it comes to his numbers this year.                     primary option at power forward for the Pistons. He was very erratic in his first
Stoudemire, who finished 10th in standard Head-to-Head scoring during the                 season in Detroit, but was fairly productive over the first half of the season. He
2009-10 regular season, remains a worthy selection in the second round of any             seemed to fall out of favor with the coaching staff and was a complete non-
Fantasy draft. He would rank higher among center-eligible players should he               factor in the second half. Villanueva spent the offseason working on his first
gain eligibility at the position this year in New York -- a distinct possibility -- but   step and running stride and based on his track record, he could be in line for a
he enters the season as a forward-only player because he started all 82 of his            bounce-back campaign. Consider Villanueva a late round sleeper in most
games last year at power forward, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.                   formats because of his scoring and rebounding ability and chance for more
                                                                                          minutes.




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Ben Wallace, PF, DET                                                                    Terrence Williams, SG, NJ
Ben Wallace averaged 5.5 points, and 8.7 rebounds with 1.2 blocks in his                Terrence Williams proved that he could be a factor in the NBA late in his rookie
second stint with the Pistons during the 2009-10 season. He started 67 of the           season. His first-year averages don't look like much, but he did average a very
69 games he played in and was arguably one of Detroit's best players last               solid 14-6-5 stat line over the final month-and-a-half of the regular season.
season. While Wallace might not be the same player that he was in his prime,            More playing time led to more confidence for Williams, and that earned him
he still can still make some noise in Fantasy because of his rebounding, shot           even more playing time in the end -- to the point that he averaged 34.3 minutes
blocking and ability to come up with steals. Although, because he is extremely          in April. His playing time may not be quite that high this season, but we do
limited offensively, he might be a better fit for category-based leagues.               expect him to see the majority of the minutes at small forward with Travis
Consider Wallace a low-end Fantasy option worth drafting in the later rounds in         Outlaw playing behind him off the bench. Williams is an interesting late-round
most formats.                                                                           sleeper in a situation to contribute and improve upon his numbers from a
                                                                                        season ago. Fantasy owners in category-based play should be a bit leery of his
Gerald Wallace, SF, CHA                                                                 40.1 percent field-goal percentage and low free-throw percentage from his
Gerald Wallace, a well-rounded Fantasy stud over the last five seasons, is              rookie season, however.
coming off one of the most productive years of his career. He averaged a
double-double (18.2 points and 10.1 rebounds) for the first time in his career          Thaddeus Young, PF, PHI
and managed to play in a career-high 76 games. The boost in rebounding had              Thaddeus Young added some muscle to his frame in the offseason and is
a lot to do with the departure of Emeka Okafor and the team has done very               primed to be a starter for new coach Doug Collins in Philadelphia. He can play
little outside of adding Erick Dampier to improve their situation up front,             small forward and power forward, allowing him to stay on the floor if the team
meaning Wallace will be in line for similar production on the boards.                   wants to play big or small. He should once again average 30-plus minutes per
Considering Wallace's high-contact style of play and history of injuries, the           game, allowing him to score somewhere in the mid teens. Possibly playing
Bobcats may want to curb Wallace's playing time, coming off the first season of         more power forward this season could allow him to increase his rebounding
his career in which he averaged 40-plus minutes per game. Fantasy owners,               numbers, which have been stuck at around five per game for the better part of
however, should expect more of the same from him and that means quality                 his first three NBA seasons. Expect good shooting percentages out of Young,
production in just about every significant category. Wallace points, rebounds,          but free-throw shooting is still an Achilles' heel . Young makes for a good pick
steals and blocks with good shooting percentages and the ability to contribute          in the later rounds as a young (22) No. 4 forward with upside.
sporadically in the 3-point categories as well. Wallace remains a solid pick
within the first three rounds of any Fantasy format.

Martell Webster, SF, MIN
Martell Webster joined Minnesota via a trade with Portland on draft night that
                                                                                        Guards
sent forward Ryan Gomes to the Trail Blazers. Webster started 49 of the 82
games he played last year while averaging 9.4 points, 3.3 rebounds and                  Arron Afflalo, SG, DEN
shooting 37.3 percent from 3-point land. He also shot 81.3 percent from the             Arron Affalo averaged 8.8 points, 3.1 boards and 1.7 assists for Denver last
foul line. Webster is one of the more experienced players on Minnesota and              year while shooting 43.4 percent from downtown. He did start 75 of his 82
will be looked to for some veteran leadership, much like Luke Ridnour. Webster          games played, as he set career highs in everything but free-throw percentage.
will be a role player for Minnesota and only get big-time minutes if they get hit       He is consistent and his 3-point percentage does have some appeal in
with a bunch of injuries. Consider him waiver wire fodder, except in deeper             category-based leagues. That is where most of his Fantasy value lies, as he is
leagues.                                                                                waiver wire fodder to start the season.

David West, PF, NO                                                                      Ray Allen, SG, BOS
David West played and started in the most games (81) of his seven-year                  Ray Allen's numbers have declined in each of his three seasons with Boston
career in 2009-10 with the Hornets. His overall numbers were down a bit, but            and it is very likely that trend will continue in 2010-11. Allen, who averaged 21
that can be attributed to Chris Paul missing most of the season with injuries.          shot attempts per game in his final season with the Seattle SuperSonics,
West averaged 19 points, 7.5 boards and a career-high 3 assists per game for            averaged just 12 shots per game last fall for the Celtics and has even seen his
New Orleans. His field goal (50.5) and free-throw (86.5) percentages were both          once premium 3-point production decline. He averaged just below two threes
solid too. While he is still a complete Fantasy player, it will be interesting to see   per game for the first time since the 1998-99 season. The 35-year-old is not
how quick he and Paul can redevelop into a good Fantasy duo. West is a solid            likely to see much of an increase in production at this stage in his career, but
Fantasy forward option in all formats, and hopefully he can continue his good           we do expect him to remain a viable Fantasy starter with the Celtics still
play from last year. In a standard 12 team league, West is worthy of a late             expected to give him 35-plus minutes per night. Allen has proven durable as
second to early third round selection.                                                  well, missing just five games combined over the last two seasons. He'll
                                                                                        continue to provide a boost to field-goal percentages in category-based play
Marvin Williams, SF, ATL                                                                and is still a very solid source for 3-point shooting help despite his drop in
Marvin Williams is a typical case of a player who appears to be capable of              production in that area. We suggest relying upon him as a No. 4 guard in
much more than the numbers he produces. Unfortunately, he finds himself on a            standard formats.
roster where he is more role player than go-to guy and at this pace we may
never see the "breakout" year we've all been waiting for from Williams. The             Gilbert Arenas, PG, WAS
Hawks return the same base roster from a year ago and that means that                   Gilbert Arenas has a late of making up to do. He has to make up to the NBA,
Williams should be in line for much of the same production. Last year, Williams         the Wizards, fans and Fantasy owners after his now notorious incident with a
saw his scoring dip from 13.9 points per game to just 10.1 as he saw about two          gun that resulted in jail time and a spell at a halfway house -- not to mention
fewer shots per game. Much of that can be attributed to the addition of Jamal           the suspension he received from the NBA. He has played a total of 47 games
Crawford, who added another prominent scorer to the mix. Williams will see              since the 2006-07 due to injuries and last year's suspension, but his fall from
around 30 minutes per game while scoring somewhere in the low double                    grace could wind up being a bonus for Fantasy owners. Arenas, baggage and
figures, but he can also offer around five boards per game. Consider him a              all, is no longer thought of as an early-round draft pick in Fantasy leagues.
solid late-round pick as a plus reserve for any format. While his role doesn't          However, the 28-year-old is more than capable of putting up the type of
offer a very high ceiling, it is consistent enough to know what to expect from          numbers that turned him into an NBA superstar from 2002-2007. In fact, he
Williams on a regular basis.                                                            was on his way toward re-establishing himself last season before his off-the-
                                                                                        court troubles. He was averaging 22.6 points, 7.2 assists and 4.1 rebounds per
                                                                                        game to go with a pair of 3-pointers and 1.3 steals per game. Those are
                                                                                        numbers Fantasy owners would gladly take from a second or even first rounder
                                                                                        in many circumstances. The Wizards are a team in flux this season and the
                                                                                        Arenas-Butler-Jamison era is over in Washington, with Butler and Jamison
                                                                                        moving on to different teams. No. 1 overall draft pick John Wall is the future of
                                                                                        the franchise and could be a threat to Arenas' usual dominance of the back
                                                                                        court. However, we expect Arenas will still be leaned upon heavily until Wall
                                                                                        proves he is ready to have the torch passed to him.


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Trevor Ariza, SF, NO                                                                 Steve Blake, PG, LAL
Trevor Ariza had a career year with Houston in 2009-10, his first with the team.     Steve Blake agreed to a deal to join the Lakers this off season and will likely fill
He played in 72 games and set career highs in points 14.9), rebounds (5.6),          the role of the recently departed Jordan Farmar. Blake only averaged 7.3 ppg
assists (3.8) and three-pointers made (136). He was able to step out of his          and 4.8 assists last season, as he split time between the Blazers and Clippers.
shell after being a defensive role player with the Lakers and Magic throughout       His strength is more of a passer than scorer, but playing alongside Kobe
the early part of his career. He was traded to the New Orleans Hornets as part       Bryant and the talented Lakers' squad could lead to more assists and open
of a four-team deal in August and will get a chance to continue to develop his       looks for the veteran. Blake can be a decent source for three-point shooting in
offensive game with a solid point guard in Chris Paul feeding him the ball. Peja     category-based leagues, but might have a hard time finding minutes with the
Stojakovic could be a bigger drain on his minutes than anything Ariza had to         likes of Derrick Fisher and Shannon Brown fighting to play alongside Bryant.
contend with in Houston, but we expect him to play enough minutes to maintain        Blake is not worth starting in most Fantasy formats, but can be viewed as a
last season's productivity. His 33.4 3-point percentage last season was also a       solid reserve option worth drafting in later rounds.
career high, as he averaged almost two made threes a game. He gives
Fantasy owners a pretty solid stat line, as well as giving them versatility in       Eric Bledsoe, PG, LAC
lineups as he can play the guard or forward position -- if your league allows it.    Eric Bledsoe was the 18th pick in the 2010 NBA Draft after playing just one
His two downfalls are his field-goal (39.4) and free-throw (64.9) percentages.       season at Kentucky. The guard averaged 11.3 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.9
That hurts in category based play Fantasy formats and drops him into the later       assists per game last season and shot 38.3 percent from downtown. Bledsoe is
rounds in those formats. In Head-to-Head, we view him as a No. 5 option in           a developing talent, but likely will not see a ton of playing time right away in the
standard formats as a player to mix and match with over the course of the            crowded Clippers back court. He is more of a long-term Fantasy keeper and
season.                                                                              can be ignored on draft day in season formats.

Ron Artest, SF, LAL                                                                  Corey Brewer, SF, MIN
As expected, Ron Artest's scoring and rebounding numbers really fell off last        Corey Brewer averaged 13 points, 3.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.4 steals per
season. He only averaged 11 points and 4.3 rebounds per game and seemed              game for Minnesota last year. The former Gator started all 82 games for the
to struggle to find his niche with the Lakers until the playoffs. He only averaged   Timberwolves after playing in just 15 in his sophomore season. He shot 34.6
9.6 field goal attempts last season, compared to the 15 he averaged in 2008-         percent from 3-point range but only 64.8 percent from the foul line. One helps
09 and looked indecisive at times with the ball. Still, he produced effective        and one hurts in category-based leagues, so Brewer is definitely a risk-versus-
numbers in every other significant category, which increases his value in            reward type player. Being on a young squad up in Minnesota, Brewer has the
Rotisserie formats. Consider Artest a No. 3 or 4 forward worth taking in the         potential to be really good, but his inconsistency makes him a low-end Fantasy
middle rounds in standard formats and a No.2 or 3 forward in category-based          option in a 12-team standard league.
leagues.
                                                                                     Ronnie Brewer, SG, CHI
Jerryd Bayless, PG, POR                                                              Ronnie Brewer joined the Bulls this offseason which reunites him with former
Jerryd Bayless averaged 8.5 points, 2.3 assists and 1.6 rebounds per game for        Utah teammates Carlos Boozer and Kyle Korver. Brewer played in 53 games
Portland last season. He started 11 of his 74 games played. He performed well        with the Jazz last season before being traded to the Memphis Grizzlies at the
in the playoffs for the Trail Blazers -- tallying 13.5 points, 4.0 assists and 2.7   trade deadline. However, he suffered a torn hamstring after only five games
rebounds per game during a six-game series loss to the Phoenix Suns. If              with the Grizzlies, which ended his season. He is fully recovered heading into
Bayless can get more playing time for Portland he has the potential to be a          the 2010-11 season and has a chance to start in the Bulls backcourt next to
nice reserve Fantasy player. As of right now he is a guard to have on your           Derrick Rose. Brewer averaged 8.8 points, 2.8 assists and 1.6 steals in 58
radar for an early waiver-wire addition.                                             games last season between the Jazz and Grizzlies. He shoots an impressive
                                                                                     52 percent from the floor and if he can improve on his 23 percent career
Mike Bibby, PG, ATL                                                                  shooting percentage from the 3-point line, he could be an interesting late-round
The addition of Jamal Crawford last season severely cut into Mike Bibby's            sleeper.
Fantasy appeal. This season, the Hawks return the same basic roster and
Fantasy owners should expect more of the same from him this season. In fact,         Aaron Brooks, PG, HOU
Bibby could be in danger of further decline with new coach Larry Drew opening        Aaron Brooks enjoyed a breakout season in 2009-10, his third NBA campaign.
the door to more playing time for young Jeff Teague. Bibby started all 80            He went from 11.2 points per game to 19.6, emerging as one of the go-to
games he played in last year, but saw his minutes drop from 34.7 per game to         scoring options with Yao Ming injured all season and Tracy McGrady out of the
27.4 per game. That was a direct result of Crawford's presence as Crawford           picture. Yao will be back in 2010-11, but Brooks will still be a featured scorer
became one of the leading sixth men in the NBA in terms of minutes played off        out of the back court and should continue to develop as one of the more
the bench and overall production. Bibby averaged below 10 points per game            promising young guards in the league. We expect to see more growth in the
for the first time in his career and saw his assists drop from around five per       assist department as the point guard will have Yao around for easy finishes
game to just 3.9. Bibby remains a viable late-round target in Fantasy leagues --     around the basket. Brooks offers excellent 3-point shooting, averaging 2.5 per
especially as a handcuff option for Crawford owners. The talent and ability is       game and nearly 40 percent from beyond the arc. We would like to see more
still there for Bibby to get back to the 14.9 points, 5.0 assists and 3.5 rebounds   out of him in the steals department and his field-goal percentage still leaves
per game he averaged just two years ago, but that will likely only happen in         something to be desired, but the 25-year-old should continue to improve in his
case of an injury now. He simply isn't needed as much anymore to score. Bibby        fourth NBA season and is a solid choice as a No. 1 guard around the fifth
remains a decent source for three-point shooting in category-based play and          round if you'd like to stock up on other positions first. If you can land him as
offers one of the lowest turnover margins you'll find among starting point           your second guard, you are in great shape.
guards.
                                                                                     Kobe Bryant, SG, LAL
Chauncey Billups, PG, DEN                                                            Kobe Bryant has another terrific season last year leading the Lakers to the
Chauncey Billups could be on the verge of entering the twilight of his NBA           NBA title and winning his second straight Finals MVP award. Bryant averaged
career, but the 33-year-old still has plenty to offer the Nuggets -- and Fantasy     27 points, 5.0 assists and 5.4 rebounds a game. He continues to be one of the
owners. He finished among the top 20 guards in overall Fantasy points last           top Fantasy options in all formats and could actually put up better numbers
season in standard CBSSports.com Head-to-Head leagues and has proven                 than Dwayne Wade and LeBron James this season, with these two Fantasy
durable for his age, missing fewer than 10 games in each of his last three           superstars having to share touches. Bryant played through a barrage of injuries
seasons. He can still score in the high teens, averaging 19.5 points per game a      last season. He played the majority of the season with his right index finger
season ago and is good for around 5-7 assists per night on a regular basis. He       taped up in a splint after suffering a fracture in his December and was also
also offers excellent 3-point shooting as he's capable of pouring in multiple        bothered by his surgically repaired right knee. Bryant decided to skip the FIBA
threes per game. He can hurt Fantasy owners in category leagues in field-goal        World Championships to focus on getting healthy. He had arthroscopic surgery
percentage due to poor shot selection at times, but he makes up for that with        on his bothersome right knee over the summer, but is expected to be fully
premium free-throw percentage. View Billups as a candidate to draft as your          healthy by the time training camp starts. Continue to view Bryant as a top five
second guard in any Fantasy format.                                                  pick in all Fantasy formats.




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Caron Butler, SF, DAL                                                                Mario Chalmers, PG, MIA
Caron Butler averaged 15.2 points and 5.3 boards per game in 27 games with           Mario Chalmers will have one of the best views of a potential dynasty in the
the Mavericks in 2009-10 after being traded over from Washington. His                making in Miami. Unfortunately, that view will come either as a passive
numbers were down a little from his first 47 games with the Wizards last year --     participant on the floor or from the bench. The presence of LeBron James on
16.9 points and 6.7 rebounds per game -- but he's likely to see a slight             the roster in addition to Dwyane Wade gives the team now two players capable
increase in production this year with a whole offseason and preseason to more        of handling the ball and running the point despite not playing as true point
adequately work him into the system. With some games together under their            guards. That will limit touches for Chalmers while he's on the court. He
belt, Butler could develop into the wingman that Josh Howard never was               averaged just 3.4 assists per game last season while losing his grip on the
consistently for Dirk Nowitzki. With Jason Kidd running the point and Dirk being     starting job. The Miami Heat brought in retreads in Rafer Alston and Carlos
the main focus, Butler should become more confident in his role as a                 Arroyo thanks in part to how little Chalmers was offering. Expect more of the
secondary scorer and could fit in nicely as a scorer in the high teens. Just don't   same from Chalmers this season, making him a player to avoid in most drafts
expect him to return to the days when he scored 20-plus on a regular basis.          this fall.
Even though many thought his numbers would suffer when he moved from a
Washington team that relied upon him heavily to a Dallas team that was               Wilson Chandler, SF, NY
stacked with options, Butler proved he could still be a consistent producer          Head coach Mike D'Antoni has referred to Wilson Chandler as one of the
across the board. He is a great category-based player and if your league             building blocks for the Knicks franchise and the 23-year-old looks to be a
allows multiple position eligibility, Butler can give owners versatility as he can   player on the rise. The team's failure to acquire LeBron James this past
play forward or guard. His worth has changed from a No. 1 option to more of a        offseason will allow Chandler to continue to play a significant role on one of the
No. 2, but he is still a very good pick in the early rounds of any format.           higher scoring teams in the NBA. Chandler can be a consistent mid-teens
                                                                                     scorer who can average over five boards per game and a 2-3 assists per
Rasual Butler, SG, LAC                                                               game. He will chip in near a steal and a block per game and helps Fantasy
Rasual Butler re-signed with the Clippers on July 29 ensuring that he will           owners across the board, though he can drag down your three-point shooting.
remain in Los Angeles for at least one more year. He averaged 11.9 points in         Despite playing in such a shot-happy offense, he has been able to maintain a
33 minutes while appearing in all 82 games last season. Butler set a franchise       solid field-goal percentage throughout his career, shooting 47.9 percent from
record for made 3-pointers in one season with 145, and shot 33.6 percent from        the field in 2009-10. Fantasy owners should be aware that he missed the final
downtown. He did struggle with his shot at times last season, but showed some        month of last season with a groin injury and had to undergo surgeries for both
ability to successfully attack the basket at times. He will enter training camp as   a sports hernia and an ankle injury. He also faced some legal issues this
the starting small forward, but will be pushed by Ryan Gomes and rookie Al-          offseason as he was charged with a minor drug possession offense. Neither
Farouq Aminu for minutes. He is a solid late-round pick in deeper leagues as a       the injuries nor the off-the-court issues can be considered a trend at this point,
reserve option                                                                       however. Consider him a worthy mid-round pick as a No. 3 forward in standard
                                                                                     formats with a chance for an increase in production this season.
Will Bynum, PG, DET
Will Bynum averaged 10.5 points, 4.5 assists, and 2.3 rebounds in his third
season in the NBA. He appeared in 63 games and started 20 of those. He has           Darren Collison, PG, IND
shown over the last few seasons that he can contribute when he gets a chance         Darren Collison is no Chris Paul, but he didn't do a bad job filling in for the All-
to play big minutes, but will most likely serve as the primary backup to Rodney      Star last year. Collison started 37 of his 76 games for New Orleans in the
Stuckey. Unless he sees a significant increase in minutes, he is not worth           2009-10 season, averaging 18.8 points, 9.1 assists and 3.5 rebounds as a
starting in many Fantasy leagues. However, he could prove to be a nice               starter. He opened a lot of eyes during his chance to start, even emerging as a
addition off the bench during the season based on injuries. Consider him worth       No. 1-caliber point guard until Paul's return late in the season capped his
drafting in the latter-rounds of deeper drafts as a reserve option.                  production. He'll get a chance to be a starter this season, making him an
                                                                                     instant breakout candidate as the starting point guard for his new team in
Jose Calderon, PG, TOR                                                               Indiana. His 47.7 field goal percentage last season was among the best in the
Jose Calderon is coming off the most disappointing season of his career. One         league for guards and he also offers good production in steals. But Collison
of last year's biggest draft busts in Fantasy, he took a significant step back in    also presents a potential danger to Fantasy owners who will target him in the
production. His biggest asset to Fantasy owners has always been his passing          early rounds hoping he can put up the numbers he put up last season as a
ability, but his averages dropped from 8.9 to 5.9 per game last fall. Groin and      starter over the course of an entire season. Those types of expectations could
ankle injuries could be to blame for some of the drop in production, but he          be dangerous and could leave Fantasy owners in a bind if they invest too
played just as many games (68) in 2008-09 as he did last season and still            highly in the second-year player. The safe thing is to view Collison as a No . 2
managed far better numbers. Calderon lacked aggressiveness, to the point that        guard with upside.
he lost the primary point guard role to Jarrett Jack, and an adjustment by both
the coaching staff and the player could be in order here. Clearly, he won't be       Mike Conley, PG, MEM
an early-round pick any longer. But that could wind up making Calderon a             Mike Conley dished out 5.3 assists per game for Memphis last year, while
value to owners who can snag him as a reserve somewhere in the mid-to-late           averaging 12 points and 1.4 steals. The young guard started all 80 games he
rounds. The 28-year-old still has the tools to produce the numbers that allowed      played last year and will once again be at the helm of a talented young team.
him to be a very valuable No. 2 guard over two seasons and he could be a real        Inconsistency has been his biggest detriment and the addition of a talented
sleeper as a potential bounce-back candidate this season under the right             young point guard in rookie Greivis Vazquez out of the draft may not help in
conditions.                                                                          that area. We do expect Conley to retain the starting responsibilities, but he'll
                                                                                     have to be looking over his shoulder at a very capable replacement if he
Vince Carter, SG, ORL                                                                falters. To become a complete package for owners, Conley will have to
Vince Carter is coming off the lowest scoring average of his NBA career in his       improve on his 74.3 free-throw percentage from last year. His 5.3 assists per
first season with the Orlando Magic. Some of that had to do with the fact that       game from 2009-10 ranked him out of the top 20 in that category, but that
he left a New Jersey team where he was a go-to scorer to join an Orlando             number could easily increase with the Grizzlies having so many capable
team with several offensive weapons. But that scoring average is also a bit          scorers. If he can start the 2010-11 season like he ended last year -- 16.5
deceptive, however, as much of the reason for the low average came as the            points, 5.4 assists and 2.1 steals per game over March and April -- Conley will
result of a shoulder injury in January that forced him to suffer through one of      make a nice late round addition to many Fantasy teams as a player who won't
the worst offensive months of his career. He averaged just 8.7 points per game       cost you much and can prove useful at different stages this season.
in January, but averaged 18.4 points per game during the other five months of
the season so the veteran big man can still be looked to as a viable scoring
option. At 33 years of age, a statistical decline is to be expected and his days
as a No. 1 or 2 Fantasy guard could be at an end, but he is still looking at
around 14 shots per game and can be a type of comfort pick in the middle
rounds as a player with an excellent track record as a reliably consistent high-
end Fantasy option. Count on him for at least last season's numbers, with the
possibility of a small increase if he can make it through the season without
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Jamal Crawford, PG, ATL                                                               Mike Dunleavy, SG, IND
One of the top sixth men in the NBA these days, Jamal Crawford is a bench             Mike Dunleavy is hoping to regain his form from three years ago after a very
player who plays starter's minutes and should still be considered a regular           disappointing 2009-10 season. Dunleavy struggled with his timing after missing
starter in Fantasy -- despite the fact that he did not start a single game last       most of 2008-09 with a knee injury and averaged just 9.9 points per game, his
season for the Hawks. With the Hawks returning the same base team as a year           lowest total since his rookie season. He played only 22 minutes a game last
ago, we expect similar production from Crawford to what he offered in his first       year and seemed to have a hard time getting into any kind of rhythm. Dunleavy
year in Atlanta. He will see 30-plus minutes per night with around 14-15 shots        vowed to hit the gym hard this offseason in the hopes of duplicated his
per game, allowing him to score in the high teens with decent numbers in              production from the 2007-08 season when he averaged 19.1 points and shot
assists and rebounds (around three of each per game). Crawford remains a              47.6 percent from the floor. He should be able to bounce back and play better
premium source for three-point shooting, offering both volume and percentage          than he showed in 2009-10. He can still be a productive Fantasy option off the
while only turning the ball over 1.7 times per game last season. He is a career       bench and is worth a late-round pick on Draft Day.
84.5 percent free-throw shooter and remains a solid No. 2 guard option in
category or Head-to-Head formats, worthy of a pick somewhere around Round             Kevin Durant, SF, OKC
5.                                                                                    Kevin Durant is simply the man -- not only in Oklahoma City, but in Fantasy.
                                                                                      Durant has taken the top spot on the board away from LeBron James. Durant
Stephen Curry, PG, GS                                                                 won't have to share the ball with other superstars -- Dwyane Wade and Chris
Stephen Curry enjoyed a very productive rookie season and was a perfect fit           Bosh -- so he'll continue to put up numbers similar to 2009-10, when he
into coach Don Nelson's free-flowing offense. This season, he'll have to adjust       averaged 30.1 points, 7.6 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.0 block per game for the
to a more "traditional" style under new coach Keith Smart. He averaged 17.5           Thunder. He shot 90 percent from the foul line, 36.5 percent from behind the
points, 5.9 assists, 4.5 rebounds, and 1.9 steals in 80 games last season while       arc and 47.6 percent from the field, which gives Durant the edge in category-
finishing second to Tyreke Evans in the NBA Rookie of the Year vote. Curry            based leagues. Durant has gotten better in each of his three NBA seasons in
really caught fire in the second half of last season, averaging 22.1 points, 5.5      every major category and it doesn't seem like he'll slow down anytime soon.
rebounds and 7.7 assists over the final 29 games of the season. He can put            While he doesn't have a superstar cast around him, he has a really solid and
the ball in the basket from anywhere on the court and should continue to see a        deep core of young players that play extremely well together. Durant will
high volume of field goal attempts, even if the Warriors slow things down a bit.      produce in every category and is an elite Fantasy player. Owners with the top
He shot 46.2 percent from the floor as a rookie, 88.5 from the charity stripe and     choice can definitely feel confident drafting Durant as he should be the No. 1 or
43.7 from three. With the additions of David Lee, Dorell Wright and a healthy         No. 2 pick in all leagues.
Andris Biedrins, Curry could even see his assists totals soar this season -- all
the more reason to view him as a potential top-10 pick in any Fantasy format          Monta Ellis, SG, GS
this season. Many believe he has the ability and players around him to average        Monta Ellis proved to be a workhorse during the 2009-10 season, averaging
20 points and 10 assists per game.                                                    41.4 minutes per game, which was tops in the NBA. He averaged 25.5 points,
                                                                                      5.3 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 2.2 steals while appearing in 64 games last
Baron Davis, PG, LAC                                                                  season. With the emergence of Stephen Curry and the acquisition of David Lee
Baron Davis was a little better in his second year with the Clippers, averaging       and Charlie Bell this offseason, Ellis will not have to carry the load all by
15.3 points and eight assists while appearing in 73 games. Davis again                himself as he did at times last year. There is also the matter of some
struggled with his shot from behind the arc, only making 82 three-pointers and        adjustment to a slower pace under new coach Keith Smart following the
shooting a dreadful 27.7 percent. After two disappointing seasons in a row with       departure of Don Nelson. Still, he is one of the Warriors main scoring threats
the Clippers, Davis has many Fantasy owners wondering if he is on the                 and should be in line for another productive season. Ellis wore down at the end
decline. Maybe new head coach Vinny Del Negro and his pick-and-roll offense           of last season, missing almost two weeks with the flu, but that was expected
can get the veteran guard back on track, but Fantasy owners should note               with all the minutes he played. He should be refreshed and healthy heading
Davis can be extremely stubborn when it comes to changing his approach to             into 2010-11 and should be viewed as a low-end No.1 Fantasy guard. He is
the game. The Clippers do have a solid supporting cast around Davis and even          definitely worth taking in the third or fourth round of standard leagues.
with his injury history, there is too much upside to not to value him as a No.2
Fantasy option. There is some risk involved with Davis, but we feel he is still       Tyreke Evans, SG, SAC
worth a mid-round pick.                                                               Tyreke Evans had an outstanding rookie season. Evans averaged 20.1 points,
                                                                                      5.8 assists and 5.3 rebounds with 1.5 steals per game in 72 games last season
Carlos Delfino, SG, MIL                                                               and became the first Sacramento player to ever win the NBA Rookie of the
Carlos Delfino enjoyed his most productive year in the NBA last season, but           Year award. Evans is just the fourth rookie ever to average at least 20 points,
will have to battle to maintain his appeal this season in Fantasy leagues. He         five rebounds, and five assists per game. He joined an illustrious club that
thrived while filling in for the injured Michael Redd, but the addition of Corey      includes Oscar Robinson, Michael Jordan and LeBron James. Evans averaged
Maggette this past offseason and the eventual return of Redd won't help his           37.2 minutes per game while shooting 45.8 percent from the floor during his
minutes or touches over the course of the season. He averaged 11.0 points,            breakout season and is an elite Fantasy option heading into the 2010-11
5.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists, while starting a career-high 66 games. He could         season. He does have some flaws to his game. His three-point shooting is
also be pushed by Chris Douglas-Roberts and Jerry Stackhouse for minutes,             weak (25.5 percent) and he shot just 74.8 percent from the free-throw line,
but as long as he averages somewhere close to the 30.4 minutes he averaged            which is poor for a guard. There are some concerns about Evans' character as
last season, Delfino should be viewed as a solid Fantasy reserve. He is worth a       well. He was cited for reckless driving after being caught traveling between 120
late-round pick in most formats.                                                      and 130 miles per hour while racing another vehicle, which resulted in a
                                                                                      suspended license and community service hours. And he was also cut from the
Chris Duhon, PG, ORL                                                                  USA basketball tryouts after spraining his ankle during the first practice and
Chris Duhon averaged just 7.4 points and 5.6 assists during the 2009-10               some of the coaches questioned his attitude after the incident. Evans' ankle will
regular season with the New York Knicks, losing his grip on the starting job in       be fully healed by the start of training camp and we expect another big season
the process. He leaves New York's free-flowing offensive scheme, where he             out of him. Consider him a No.1 Fantasy guard and a must-start in all formats.
had a chance to play for Mike D'Antoni -- a point guard's dream coach -- to go        He is worthy of a pick in the first two rounds.
to Orlando, where he is expected to be a backup to Jameer Nelson. Nelson
has a history of injuries, so there is the possibility that Duhon could see himself
as the starter over the course of the season, but his production the last two
years in New York and dating back to his time with the Bulls does not warrant
much optimism for Fantasy production. Expect him to be waiver wire fodder
over the course of the season, useful only in spurts. He is not a player we
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Raymond Felton, PG, NY                                                               Ben Gordon, SG, DET
Raymond Felton could be one of the bigger breakout candidates in Fantasy             Ben Gordon did not have a memorable first season in Detroit. He averaged
hoops entering the 2009-10 regular season. After spending five relatively            career-lows in points (13.8), rebounds (1.9) free-throw percentage (86.1), and
underwhelming seasons for one of the lowest-scoring franchises in the league,        three-point percentage (32.1) and missed 20 games because of injuries. The
he heads to one of the highest-scoring teams with the New York Knicks. He'll         Pistons never quite figured out the best way to get the most out of Gordon the
get the opportunity to be the starting point guard for a Mike D'Antoni-coached       way the Bulls did. He never really seemed comfortable in the Pistons grind-it-
team, something that has done wonders for the likes of Stephon Marbury,              out offense and Gordon was out-of-sync all season long. He had surgery on his
Steve Nash and even Chris Duhon to some extent thanks to the free-flowing,           left ankle this offseason to remove bone spurs but should be healthy by the
run-and-gun style of play that he employs. Felton averaged just 12.1 points and      time training camp rolls around. Hopefully, things go a little smoother for
5.6 assists last season, but is going to be capable of equaling or surpassing his    Gordon in his second year in Detroit. Gordon will likely be counted on to
career highs of 14.4 points and 7.4 assists per game with a higher volume            provide big minutes and scoring off the bench, which could set him up for a
offense. He is entering the prime of his career at 26 years of age and is a          bounce-back season. Consider Gordon a sleeper pick in the middle rounds for
diversified guard that can be just as useful in Rotisserie formats as in Head-to-    his ability to light up the scoreboard.
Head. He is a solid source for steals with a very solid assist-to-turnover margin
and positive shooting percentages. Overall, we could be talking about one of         Eric Gordon, SG, LAC
the steals of the middle rounds this year.                                           Eric Gordon had a very productive sophomore season averaging 16.9 points
                                                                                     per game and shooting 37.1 percent from downtown. Gordon is definitely more
Derek Fisher, PG, LAL                                                                of a shooter than anything else and struggled at times last season when he
Derek Fisher flirted with the idea of signing with the Miami Heat this offseason,    was forced to put the ball on the floor and drive the lane. He also struggled at
but ultimately decided to remain with the Lakers. Fisher started all 82 games        the charity stripe shooting just 74.2 percent after shooting 85.4 percent as a
for the third straight season last year and averaged 7.5 points, and 2.5 assists     rookie. He averaged three assists a game last season and could see that
per game. He continues to hit big shots for the Lakers, but even as a starter,       number rise with the addition of new head coach Vinny Del Negro and his pick-
his role is extremely limited. Fisher is not worth starting in most Fantasy          and-roll offensive philosophy. Based on his numbers last season Gordon is
formats; however he can be used a viable stopgap throughout the season               more of No.3 Fantasy guard. However, he does have tremendous upside and
because of his durability. Fisher is worth a late-round pick in deeper formats as    is worth a mid to late-round pick in all Fantasy formats.
a reserve option.
                                                                                     Willie Green, SG, NO
Jonny Flynn, PG, MIN                                                                 The addition of Evan Turner, the second overall pick in this summer's NBA
Jonny Flynn is at the helm of a very young squad in Minnesota. He averaged           Draft, was bad news for Willie Green in Philadelphia and ultimately led to him
13.5 points, 4.4 assists and 2.4 rebounds per game during his rookie                 being traded to New Orleans. Green could see decent minutes off the bench,
campaign. Flynn started all 81 games he played, but after offseason hip              but won't be worth drafting in most Fantasy formats this fall as a backup with
surgery he is a question mark for the start of the 2010-11 season. He shot 82.6      limited upside. He is a player who will be on and off rosters as a cheap pickup
percent from the foul line and 35.8 percent from 3-point range, which makes          off the waiver wire.
him a nice category play. The Timberwolves brought in Luke Ridnour to
challenge Flynn for the starting job, so the second-year guard will have his         Donte Greene, SF, SAC
work cut out for him. Fantasy owners might not draft him coming off surgery,         Donte Green saw an increased role in his second year with the Kings. Green
but he is still a nice No. 3 guard option. Target him in the middle rounds on        appeared in 76 games last season and averaged 8.5 points with 3.1 rebounds.
Draft Day.                                                                           He started 50 of those games, averaging 9.4 points and 3.6 rebounds in those
                                                                                     games. Green has shown he can put up big numbers when given ample
Randy Foye, SG, LAC                                                                  playing time, but we don't anticipate that happening this season even if he
Randy Foye averaged 10.1 points, 3.3 assists and 1.9 rebounds in 70 games            starts. He will be pushed for minutes by Omri Casspi all season, which reduces
for the Washington Wizards last year. He signed with the Clippers in the             his Fantasy value. Consider him waiver wire fodder heading into the draft
offseason and will most likely play a backup role behind Baron Davis and Eric        season.
Gordon. Foye did show flashes of his potential when he got a chance to start
for the Wizards last season after the suspension of Gilbert Arenas. He started       Richard Hamilton, SG, DET
38 games and averaged 12.9 points and 4.9 assists over that stretch. Foye did        Richard Hamilton suffered through his most painful season as a professional.
miss the last few weeks of the season after suffering tearing a ligament in his      He played in just 46 games during the 2009-10 regular season, the lowest total
wrist, but has had no limitations working out this summer and should be              of his 11-year NBA career, due to a hamstring and ankle injury. Hamilton still
healthy heading into training camp. Even though Foye will most likely start the      averaged 18.1 points, 4.4 assists and 2.8 rebounds, but shot a career-worst
season on the bench, he still has tremendous upside and can be viewed as a           40.9 percent from the floor. The fact that he has not played in 70 games in
nice handcuff option for Baron Davis and Eric Gordon. He is worth a late-round       either of the last two seasons is very troubling and could be a sign that the
pick in deeper formats.                                                              aging veteran is starting to break down. Hamilton is expected to start in the
                                                                                     Pistons' backcourt alongside Rodney Stuckey, and as long as he proves
Manu Ginobili, SG, SA                                                                healthy and productive, he is a viable No.2 or 3 guard in any format. However,
Manu Ginobili averaged 16.5 points, 1.4 steals, 3.8 rebounds and 4.9 assists         Fantasy owners may want to have a backup plan just in case the injury bug
per game for the Spurs in 2009-10. His consistency in all categories makes           bites him again in 2010-11.
Ginobili a great Fantasy player. He shot 87 percent from the foul line last
season -- five points above his career average. While he only started 22 of his      James Harden, SG, OKC
75 games for San Antonio, he still played 28 minutes a game and will give            James Harden averaged 9.9 points, 3.2 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.1 steals
Fantasy owners starter production. Like Tim Duncan, Ginobili will get a few          per game for Oklahoma City during his rookie campaign. He didn't have a huge
days off throughout the season to rest his 34-year-old body. Ginobili is a quality   impact, as most rookies don't, but he could thrive in the Thunder's system. With
Fantasy guard in all leagues and should continue his fantastic play for the          Russell Westbrook at the helm and Kevin Durant shouldering the load, Harden
Spurs. Owners should start to target Ginobili in Rounds 4 or 5.                      could carve out a nice niche for himself and be a gem in the later rounds of
                                                                                     Fantasy drafts. While he doesn't have great numbers yet, his 37.5 percentage
                                                                                     from 3-point land and 80.8 percent from the foul line makes him an attractive
                                                                                     role player in category leagues.




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Devin Harris, PG, NJ                                                                  Jarrett Jack, PG, TOR
Devin Harris was the subject of many trade rumors this summer, but he will be         Jarrett Jack stepped up for the Raptors last season when Jose Calderon failed
back with the Nets for his third full season with the team after a very               to live up to the standards he'd established over the previous few seasons in
disappointing 2009-10 campaign. Harris will be reunited with head coach Jason         Toronto. The end result was less than spectacular, but Jack proved he can be
Terry, for whom he played for as a backup point guard in Dallas and he will be        a useful low-end starter in standard formats. He has proved very durable
trying to recapture the form he enjoyed in 2008-09 when he averaged a career-         throughout his NBA career, playing 82 games in each of his last three seasons
high 21.3 points and 6.9 assists per contest. Playing for a former point guard in     and missing just six games in five seasons. His durability and general
Johnson should be a positive for Harris. Injuries were a big part of the problem      consistency on the stat sheet help make him a reliable reserve in any format.
for him last season, but the 27-year-old will enter the 2010-11 regular season        Need a fill-in guard for a week or two? Jack will always be there to pitch in. We
in full health and will continue to be the team's engine out of the back court --     don't recommend him as a regular starter on a championship-caliber team
both as a scoring presence and a playmaker. The Nets were unable to land a            outside of deeper formats because he doesn't offer plus production in any
big-name free agent in the offseason and Harris, along with Brook Lopez,              category, but he can provide a little help in just about every significant category
remains one of the team's few proven scorers. Since he is expected to take on         outside of blocks. He may not be a huge help, but he won't hurt your team
a bigger offensive load this season, this could mean a return to around 20            either, making him a solid target in the later rounds on draft day after you've
points per game to go with healthy assist and rebound totals. With his Fantasy        filled out your starters.
stock so low coming off a down year, Harris could prove to be a real value and
a steal somewhere around Round 6 or 7. Fantasy owners in category-based               Stephen Jackson, SF, CHA
play should be aware that Harris tends to be a drag on your field-goal                After Stephen Jackson was traded away from one of the highest-scoring NBA
percentage.                                                                           teams to one of the lowest-scoring NBA teams just nine games into the 2009-
                                                                                      10 regular season, many feared for his Fantasy value. In reality, Jackson's 21.1
George Hill, PG, SA                                                                   point-per-game scoring average in 72 games for Charlotte last season was
George Hill averaged 12.4 points, 2.9 assists and 2.6 rebounds per game for           actually a career-high and he attempted more shots per game (17.8) for Larry
the Spurs last season. The second-year guard filled in for the injured Tony           Brown in Charlotte than he had for any other coach throughout his NBA career.
Parker while he dealt with a variety of injuries and started 43 of his 78 games in    Desperate for any kind of offense, the Bobcats leaned heavily on Jackson and
which he played. Hill shot 77.2 percent from the foul line and 47.8 percent from      should continue to do so this fall, making Jackson once again a candidate to
the field. The youngster should continue to see solid minutes for San Antonio         score over 20 points per game along with around five boards and four assists
as he fills in for Parker and Manu Ginobili. He is worth drafting with a late-round   per game. In Head-to-Head, this type of production makes Jackson a high-end
pick in deeper Fantasy leagues, with the potential to see some starts if anyone       Fantasy option, worthy of a pick somewhere within the first four rounds. In
gets injured. Consider him a backup plan for the veteran back court of the            category-based play, however, his high shot volume has often lead to poor
Spurs.                                                                                shooting percentages from the field and beyond the arc. However, Jackson did
                                                                                      average a respectable 42.3 percent from the field with the Bobcats last season
Kirk Hinrich, PG, WAS                                                                 and while turnovers will always remain a problem for Jackson he can make up
Kirk Hinrich will join a Wizards team that is in re-building mode. Ironically,        for it with the help he provides in other areas -- including over a 1.5 steals and
perhaps the only position where the team has any real depth is in the back            3-pointers per contest.
court with Gilbert Arenas returning from his suspension and the team selecting
John Wall with the No. 1 overall pick in this summer's draft. Hinrich will serve      Brandon Jennings, PG, MIL
as both a mentor for Wall and insurance for Arenas, who has played just 47            Brandon Jennings was tremendous in his rookie season. He finished third in
games over the past three seasons. He has played off the bench before, to             the NBA's Rookie of the Year vote and helped Milwaukee reach the playoffs for
little success. During the 2008-09 season, he averaged just 9.9 points, 3.9           the first time in four years without starters Andrew Bogut and Michael Redd.
assists and 2.4 rebounds per game as a reserve, averaging just 26.3 minutes           Jennings averaged, 15.5 points, 5.7 assists ,3.4 rebounds and started all 82
per game. We expect the Wizards will have more minutes in store for him,              games last season. While Jennings proved he can light up the scoreboard,
however. Hinrich enters the season as merely a Fantasy reserve, to be drafted         evidenced by his 55-point performance against Golden State last season, he
in the later rounds on Draft Day. However, any kind of a setback to Arenas or         showed tremendous poise and ability to run the point. He spent the summer
Wall could see Hinrich become a viable starter again. He doesn't offer high-end       developing his mid-range jumper and should continue to develop as a
production in any particular category, but does turn in a very diversified stat       playmaker with the additions of John Salmons and Corey Maggette along with
line, including help in steals and 3-point shooting with a minimal turnover           Bogut back in the mix. Jennings should be viewed as a No.2 Fantasy guard,
margin for a guard.                                                                   with room to grow. He is worth drafting as early as Round 3.

Jrue Holiday, PG, PHI                                                                 Joe Johnson, SG, ATL
Jrue Holiday is expected to man the point guard position for the 76ers in his         Perhaps the best thing that could have happened to Joe Johnson's Fantasy
second NBA season after starting the final 51 games of the 2009-10 season.            value this summer was that he stayed put in Atlanta, where Fantasy owners
The progress he made late last season makes him a nice sleeper candidate in           know what to expect from the prominent scorer. Johnson was a free agent that
the late rounds as a player who could post a real breakout season. He                 could have landed somewhere else where he may not have been quite the go-
averaged 13.2 points, 5.5 assists and 4.1 rebounds per game last March and            to guy he has been in each of his five seasons with the Hawks. He has
even averaged 7.4 assists per game in the final seven games of the regular            averaged over 20 points per game every year with the Hawks, attempting
season in April. He is capable of repeating this type of production over the          around 18-20 shots per game. With the Hawks returning the same base team
course of an entire season and will be available to Fantasy owners in a position      from a year ago, Johnson should be in line for more of the same. Expect more
where he can be drafted as a Fantasy reserve. Fantasy owners in category-             high-end scoring to go with around five assists and rebounds per game,
based leagues should also consider him a good source for 3-point shooting ,           making him a very diverse option for category-based formats along with his
steals and shooting percentages.                                                      high value in Head-to-Head. He can provide around two 3-pointers per night
                                                                                      with good shooting percentages, though we would like to see better free-throw
Andre Iguodala, SF, PHI                                                               shooting from a guard. Expect over a steal per game and minimal turnovers,
Andre Iguodala remains a popular choice in category-based play for his ability        making him a high-end No. 1 guard, worthy of a pick in the second round of
to contribute well-rounded stat lines on a nightly basis. That type of production     most Fantasy formats.
certainly doesn't hurt his value in standard Head-to-Head formats either. Iggy
finished 13th among all players in Fantasy points in standard-scoring
CBSSports.com leagues. That would put him just outside of the first round in
your typical 12-team league, but the case can still be made for the new A.I. to
be chosen in the first round of any league. Iguodala has played all 82 games in
five of his six NBA seasons, missing just six games during the 2006-07 season.
The 26-year-old is as steady as it gets, averaging similar numbers over the last
four seasons despite playing for three different coaches. He will be playing four
yet another new coach this fall. The chances of Iguodala improving greatly over
his recent numbers don't appear to be great, but here is a really safe pick in the
early rounds. In leagues that allow for multiple positions, don't forget Iguodala
can be eligible at guard as well as forward.
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Jason Kidd, PG, DAL                                                                    O.J. Mayo, SG, MEM
Jason Kidd has always been an assist machine and Fantasy owners have                   O.J. Mayo has been very consistent over his first two NBA seasons, averaging
been reaping the rewards for many years. The only question is how much                 almost identical numbers each year. He even averaged exactly 38 minutes per
longer can the veteran keep it up? Or is this the year it all comes crashing           game each season. He did lose about a shot per game last season, leading to
down? In 2009-10, Kidd averaged 10.3 points and 9.1 assists per game, only             the loss of exactly a point per game -- dropping from 18.5 as a rookie to 17.5.
slightly below his 13.6 and 9.2 career averages. With plenty of guys to spread         That could be attributed to the addition of Zach Randolph, adding another
the ball around to, the 37-year-old is still an upper echelon Fantasy guard,           prominent scorer into the mix and diluting the overall numbers of offensive
despite his age. He's played in at least 80 games in each of the past five             touches. But the loss of just about a point per game hasn't knocked him off his
seasons so he can still be viewed as a durable player who can take the daily           perch as a viable No. 2 guard and the steadiness of his numbers throughout
grind of the NBA season. His best months statistically last year were January          his first two years has made him a very predictable and safe selection as a No.
and February, when he averaged 9.6 assists per contest and held his best field         2 guard in Fantasy. Entering just his third NBA season, the odds are higher
goal percentages for the year (46 and 44 percent respectfully). These days,            that his numbers will increase rather than decrease, making him a player with
Fantasy owners shouldn't be surprised to see him score less than 10 points per         nice upside and a solid selection somewhere around Round 5 or 6. The
game on a regular basis, however. He is a proven commodity in the NBA and              Grizzlies don't have much depth at the shooting guard position (veteran Tony
Fantasy leagues and is still worthy of a high draft pick -- especially in Rotisserie   Allen will be his backup) and Mayo will be a prominent source for scoring out of
formats where his assists are a premium value. Look for more of the same               the back court once again. Fantasy owners in category-based play can count
from the veteran point guard as he'll keep dishing out assists until he hangs it       on him for solid 3-point shooting, decent free-throw shooting and a very
up. He finished 10th in overall Fantasy points among guard-eligible players in         reasonable turnover margin.
standard CBSSports.com Head-to-Head leagues last season.
                                                                                       Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, SF, MIL
Ty Lawson, PG, DEN                                                                     Luc Richard Mbah a Moute's numbers took a slight dip in his sophomore
Ty Lawson had a pretty nice rookie campaign for Denver in 2009-10. He                  season. Mbah a Moute averaged 6.2 points, 5.5 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 73
averaged 8.3 points, 3.1 assists and 1.9 rebound per game. He shot 51.5                games last season. He started 62 games last season, but split minutes with
percent from the field, 41 percent from behind the arc and 75.7 percent from           Ersan Ilyasova at the forward position. With the acquisition of Drew Gooden in
the foul line. He did miss some action last year because of a shoulder                 the offseason, the Bucks now have a log jam at the forward position. This could
contusion, but came back to perform at a high level. He is a backup for the            reduce Mbah a Moute's production even more if he loses starts and minutes.
Nuggets, but his field-goal and 3-point percentages were both in the top 20            With no guarantee of playing time, Mbah a Moute will have minimal Fantasy
among guards. Lawson could be taken with a late-round pick in most Fantasy             value this season.
drafts and used as a reserve player.
                                                                                       Andre Miller, PG, POR
Courtney Lee, SG, HOU                                                                  Andre Miller averaged 14 points, 5.4 assists, 3.2 rebounds and 1.1 steals per
Courtney Lee offers decent 3-point shooting, low turnover margins and the              game for Portland last year. He started 66 of the 82 games he played for the
ability to score in the mid-teens if he continues along the same progression he        Trail Blazers in 2009-10, but his points and assist totals have been on the
has shown over his first two years. He is also a plus free-throw shooter and           decline over the past few years. With Brandon Roy being the focal point of the
can scrape together around 3-4 rebounds per night. However, all this is only if        offense, Miller loses some assists to Roy. Miller's 82.1 percent from the foul
he is given significant playing time, something that could be hard to come by in       line and 44.5 percent from the field are both respectable enough to be nice
Houston behind Kevin Martin after he was traded to Houston this summer. Lee            assets in category leagues. Miller should be targeted in the middle rounds of
will have to bide his time off the bench, but was also added as possible               Fantasy drafts this fall as he should start and produce solid numbers.
insurance for a very injury-prone guard in Martin and could find himself in a
prominent role at some point if Martin does miss significant time for what would       Mike Miller, SG, MIA
be a fourth straight year. Lee won't be worth drafting in most standard formats,       Mike Miller agreed to a deal to join the Heat following the additions of LeBron
but we feel he still has some value in the late rounds as a potential low-end          James and Chris Bosh to join Dwyane Wade in Miami. He will provide the team
double digit scorer off the Houston bench.                                             with a scoring presence off the bench and is likely to serve in a sixth man role.
                                                                                       We don't expect Dwyane Wade and LeBron James to require too many
Kevin Martin, SG, HOU                                                                  breathers, but whenever they are not on the floor we suspect Miller will be
Kevin Martin heads into his first full season outside of Sacramento with the           carrying a significant offensive role and with defenses looking to stop the
Houston Rockets after playing 24 games with them following a mid-season                team's prominent trio Miller can expect a lot of open looks. He can chip in
trade. He averaged 21.3 points per game in those 24 appearances and                    double-digits in scoring, but expect it to be along the lines of 10 points per
maintains his appeal as a high-end scorer. Field-goal attempts could be at a           game. He can still be a decent source for three-point shooting in category-
higher premium this season in Houston with Yao Ming returning from a year-             based leagues, but a potential drop in minutes will make him merely waiver
long absence and Aaron Brooks also proving to be a solid scorer. Three                 wire fodder this season in most formats. Expect him to go in the late rounds of
players capable of 20-plus per game on the same team? That could lead to a             Fantasy drafts as a reserve.
drop in scoring for some or all of the players involved. Just ask the Boston
Celtics. Martin will also deal with the presence of a solid backup behind him in       Anthony Morrow, SG, NJ
Courtney Lee, who will serve as insurance for the Rockets should the injury-           The New Jersey Nets had high hopes heading into free agency, but Anthony
prone guard go down for an extended amount of time again this season.                  Morrow wound up being one of the team's biggest gets. The 24-year-old will
Fantasy owners should also be looking for similar insurance considering the            have a chance to take on a significant scoring role on a team desperate for
fact Martin has failed to play over 61 games in each of the last three seasons.        consistent scorers outside of Brook Lopez and Devin Harris. With Courtney
He'll be a quality No. 2 guard again in Head-to-Head leagues while healthy. In         Lee gone, Morrow will have a chance for significant minutes. He showed
category-based play, Martin leaves much to be desired in most categories               promise in his first two seasons with the Golden State Warriors, but players in
outside of scoring. However, he's good for about a steal per game and over a           that system have been known to post inflated numbers , meaning Morrow will
3-pointer per contest.                                                                 have to prove he can succeed in a new system under new Nets coach Avery
                                                                                       Johnson. Morrow is an excellent perimeter scorer, averaging a full two 3-
Wesley Matthews, SG, POR                                                               pointers per game in 2009-10 and should be target for help in that area in
Wesley Matthews joined Portland in the offseason after he signed a five-year           category-based play. He boasts plus percentages across the board with the
deal. Matthews averaged 9.4 points and 2.3 rebounds in 24.7 minutes for the            ability to offer around a steal per game and mid-teens scoring if given
Jazz last season as a rookie. He appeared in all 82 games last season and              significant playing time. He is worth a late-round pick as a reserve who could
started in 48. He's a young player and could fit nicely in with the Trail Blazers,     flourish into a Fantasy starter under the right conditions.
but he's likely going to have the same role as he did in Utah. He has upside
and could be a solid Fantasy player in a year or two, but right now would only
be worth owning in deeper Rotisserie leagues due to his good percentages --
48.3 from the field, 82.9 from the foul line and 38.2 from behind the arc.




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Steve Nash, PG, PHO                                                                     when he is a free agent. However, as far as this season goes, Redd will be a
Steve Nash had another outstanding season in 2009-2010. The two-time                    huge injury risk. That fact that he probably will not be ready until February and
league MVP averaged 16.5 points, 11 assists, and 3.3 rebounds while                     that he is not the superstar he once was, makes him a pretty safe bet to avoid
appearing in 81 games during the regular season. He had a down year in                  on Draft Day. Only owners in deeper leagues with extra reserve spots should
2008-09 which led many to believe he was on the decline, but the 36-year-old            consider drafting Redd with a late-round pick.
again silenced his critics by leading the NBA in assists and leading the Suns to
the Western Conference Finals. This season he will be forced to run the pick-           J.J. Redick, SG, ORL
and-roll without Amarie Stoudemire, who left to join the New York Knicks in the         J.J. Redick is coming off his most productive NBA season, but it wasn't a
offseason. Nash scored 18.7 points with 9.6 assists per game while                      breakout campaign by any means He averaged 9.6 points per game in 82
Stoudemire sat out with an eye injury in 2008-09, so we know he can be                  contests during the 2009-10 regular season and his main asset to Fantasy
effective without him. However, he might look to score a little more and dish           owners continues to be his 3-point shooting as he averaged nearly 1.5 per
slightly less if Robin Lopez is unable to fill the offensive void left by Stoudemire.   game. He'll have some competitions for looks beyond the arc this season with
Nash should still be considered a No. 1 Fantasy option and is still worthy of an        Quentin Richardson around, but we expect Redick should be along the lines of
early-round pick in most Fantasy formats.                                               10 points per game and will continue to provide good shooting percentages
                                                                                        and help in 3-point shooting, making him worthy of late-round pick in category
Jameer Nelson, PG, ORL                                                                  leagues. In Head-to-Head formats, his value will remain minimal.
Health remains the main concern when it comes to Jameer Nelson. He has
failed to play 70 games in each of the last three years and has reached that            Jason Richardson, SG, PHO
mark just twice in his first six NBA campaigns. But even when he is healthy, the        Jason Richardson was all over the place last season. He could light up the
chances of him equaling the 16.7 points per game he averaged in 2008-09                 score board one night and put a goose egg up the next. He averaged 15.7
appear slim with Vince Carter around to take some of the back-court scoring             points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 79 games during the regular season
load off his very fragile back. With the roster the way it is, expect Nelson to be      and shot 47.4 percent from the floor. Richardson can still shoot the three,
around the 12.6 points he averaged last season with around five assists and a           evidenced by his 39.3 percent from 3-point range last year, which increases his
steal per game. He can be a good source for three-point shooting won't kill             value in category-based leagues. However, he should no longer be considered
your shooting percentages by any means in category play. He'll be a solid mid-          a consistent contributor, despite having the ability to score 20-plus points on
round pick as No. 3 or 4 guard option in standard leagues, although we'd prefer         any given night. He still can be extremely value to a Fantasy team, but should
to have him as a reserve on a championship caliber Fantasy squad -- useful              be thought of as more of a low-end starter heading into the 2010-11 season.
more when he's on a hot streak than on a regular basis. Keep in mind that the           He worth a late-to-mid round draft pick.
addition of Chris Duhon stands to cut into some of his minutes and touches this
year.                                                                                   Quentin Richardson, SG, ORL
                                                                                        Quentin Richardson signed on with the Magic to provide the team with some
Anthony Parker, SG, CLE                                                                 more perimeter shooting on the wing to go along with Rashard Lewis and J.J.
Anthony Parker saw a hit in production in his first year with the Cavaliers in          Redick. The streaky shooter will have to vie for minutes behind Vince Carter
2009-10. Parker, who was a consistent double-figure scorer with Toronto,                and will have to battle Redick for touches off the bench. Double-digit scoring
averaged 7.4 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.0 assists. However, Parker can                  will come on an erratic basis, making Richardson a player who will be on and
expect to see a huge Fantasy boost this season with the departure of LeBron             off the waiver wire throughout the course of the season. Don't worry about
James. Parker will likely be paired in the backcourt with Mo Williams and will          drafting him outside of leagues of 14 or more teams. Just keep an eye on him
be asked to provide more scoring. He shot 41.4 percent from three last season,          when he goes on his occasional hot streak.
which will increase his value in category based leagues and you can expect
him to take way more than the 475 field goal attempts he did last year. He              Luke Ridnour, PG, MIN
could turn out to be nice late-round sleeper, if he can produce like he did in          Luke Ridnour averaged 10.4 points, 4 assists, 1.7 rebounds and shot 90.7
2008-09 with the Raptors when he averaged 12.5 points and 4.1 boards per                percent from the foul line as a reserve guard for the Bucks last year. Now that
game.                                                                                   Ridnour is on the Timberwolves he will challenge Jonny Flynn for a starting
                                                                                        spot. Ridnour shot a career-high 38 percent from downtown and is a valuable
Tony Parker, PG, SA                                                                     commodity in category-based leagues. With Flynn coming off surgery, Ridnour
Tony Parker played in just 56 games last season as he was hampered by                   could start the season with a starting role. He is a nice backup Fantasy player
hand, foot and ankle problems. He averaged 16 points, 5.7 assists and 2.4               to have on your team, as he'll likely get starter minutes, especially early on in
boards a game for the Spurs. Parker shot 75.6 percent from the foul line in             the season if Flynn isn't ready. Feel free taking him in the late-rounds as he will
2009-10, which was the second straight year he shot over his career 72.8                at least be a nice handcuff for Flynn.
average. Fantasy owners would like to see him continue to shoot a high
percentage from the line as that has been one of his weaknesses through his             Rajon Rondo, PG, BOS
career. Parker is in the last year of his current contract, so he could produce         Make room Boston Three Party, Rajon Rondo has gone from afterthought to
some big numbers to get that maximum contract next summer. Parker is a                  one of the premiere players in the league and is now clearly the first Boston
must-start Fantasy guard and should be drafted in Rounds 3 to 5 in most                 Celtic that should be drafted in all Fantasy leagues. The 24-year-old is a great
leagues.                                                                                value as a late first rounder or early second rounder in any Fantasy format. In
                                                                                        fact, he even outscored Fantasy superstar Kobe Bryant in standard
Chris Paul, PG, NO                                                                      CBSSports.com Head-to-Head formats last season to finish fifth among guard-
Chris Paul played in a career-low 45 games for the Hornets last year as he was          eligible players, although he played eight more games than Kobe. He is only
plagued by injuries. He had a sprained left ankle early in the season, a                entering the prime of his NBA career and the team's reliance on him will only
meniscus tear in his left knee that required arthroscopic surgery at mid-season,        increase as Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen continue to age, which
and a torn ligament in the middle finger of his right hand that caused him to           means his numbers should continue to rise, especially in the scoring
miss the final four games. When he did play, Paul averaged 18.7 points, 10.7            department. He should average around 10 assists per game and could reach
assists and 4.2 rebounds per game. Toss in his 2.1 steals per game, 49.3 field          the mid teens in scoring to along with around 4-5 rebounds and two steals per
goal percentage and 84.7 free-throw percentage and you have a complete                  game. Fantasy owners in category-based play, however, should be aware of a
Fantasy player. When he is healthy, Paul is an elite guard. He is a first-round         couple of major faults. He is a career 63-percent field-goal shooter and also
draft pick in all formats for the 2010-11 Fantasy season.                               struggles beyond the arc. He also averaged 3.0 turnovers per game and could
                                                                                        see that number rise as he takes on more and more responsibilities
Michael Redd, SG, MIL
Michael Redd was lost for the season after tearing his anterior cruciate
ligament and medial collateral ligament in a game against the Lakers last
season. He appeared in just 18 games last season and averaged 11.9 points
and 3.0 assists over that span. This is the second straight summer Redd is
trying to come back from major knee surgery, but this time he won't even try to
re-join the team until February. There have been rumors flying around that he
wouldn’t be able to play ever again, however Redd has proclaimed to return
fully recovered this year and plans on signing a new contract next summer
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Derrick Rose, PG, CHI                                                                     Rodney Stuckey, PG, DET
Derrick Rose had an outstanding sophomore season. The 2008-09 NBA                         Rodney Stuckey had his best year as a pro in 2009-10 with the Pistons. He
Rookie of the Year averaged 20.8 points, 6.0 assists and 3.8 rebounds and                 averaged 16.6 points and 4.8 assists and shot 40.5 percent from the floor.
could see a huge Fantasy boost with the addition of Carlos Boozer. Boozer will            Many thought that Stuckey would get lost in the shuffle of a guard rotation that
give the Bulls a legitimate low-post presence, which should help Rose take                featured Richard Hamilton and Ben Gordon, but that was not the case. Both
fewer bad shots, and translate into a better shooting percentage and more                 Gordon and Hamilton struggled with injuries last season, which allowed
assists. Also Boozer's ability to score from outside the paint should be able to          Stuckey to improve on his numbers for the third straight season. He is
open things up for Rose to get more penetration to the basket. Rose increased             expected to be part of the starting backcourt this season and since the Pistons
his scoring by four points from his rookie year and also saw a rise in field goal         will head to camp with virtually the same roster they had a year ago, we expect
and 3-point percentage, which shows he has not hit his ceiling yet. The sky               Stuckey to put up very similar numbers. Fantasy owners should consider
could be the limit for the bona fide star this upcoming season. Fantasy owners            Stuckey a No. 3 guard with upside on Draft Day.
should consider Rose an elite Fantasy guard with a ton of upside heading into
the 2010-11 season. He should be off the board by Round 3 at the latest.                  Jason Terry, SG, DAL
                                                                                          Jason Terry may not start for Dallas, but he gets plenty of playing time as he is
Brandon Roy, SG, POR                                                                      one of the best sixth men in the NBA. He averaged 33 minutes for the
Brandon Roy is one of the young stars in the NBA that most Fantasy owners                 Mavericks in 2009-10, notching 16.6 points and 3.8 assists per game. His 86.6
are well aware of. He played in and started 65 games last year for Portland and           free-throw percentage was among one of the best in the league last year as
saw a slight decrease in his numbers. Roy averaged 20.8 points, 4.5 assists               well, which makes him valuable in both Rotisserie and Head-to-Head formats.
and 4.2 boards per game a year ago. His field goal (47.3), free-throw (78) and            His main asset to Fantasy owners, however, remains his excellent 3-point
3-point (33) percentages were all down from his 2008-09 season, but his stat              shooting. He can provide both volume and percentage in that category and will
line remains a good play in all category-based leagues. Roy underwent                     remain a prominent outside threat for the Mavericks this season. Whether he
arthroscopic knee surgery last season and came back for the Trail Blazers                 starts or comes off the bench Fantasy owners should know he'll get his
playoff series versus the Suns. Portland lost in six games, but Roy proved he's           numbers. Terry should be considered a viable No. 4 guard in any format.
tough as nails by coming back from surgery so soon to try to help his team win.
Just how healthy is that knee? Going into the 2010-11 season, that is the                 Marcus Thornton, PG, NO
biggest concern in Portland. He is one of the top guards in the league but is a           Marcus Thornton averaged 14.5 points, 2.9 boards and 1.6 assists per game
little behind the first tier of Fantasy guards. Roy is still an early round pick in all   for New Orleans in 2009-10 as a rookie. It just goes to show you never know
12-team standard leagues.                                                                 what to expect from young players once they get to the NBA. He was owned in
                                                                                          less than 17 percent of Fantasy leagues for the first 13 weeks of the year.
Brandon Rush, SF, IND                                                                     Thornton turned it up a notch over the last three months of the season,
Brandon Rush had somewhat of a disappointing 2010-11 season. He improved                  averaging just over 20 points per contest. Once Chris Paul went down for the
his stats from his rookie season, but did not improve as much as some thought             year, Thornton picked up the slack in a big way. He'll remain a starting guard in
he would. He averaged 8.1 points and 3.1 rebounds while playing about 30                  New Orleans and hopes to build on a great rookie campaign. He is worth
minutes per game. He was the only Pacer to appear in all 82 games last                    drafting with a mid-round pick in all Fantasy leagues. If he can improve on his
season, but did not take advantage of the extended playing time he received               assist and rebounding totals, Thornton would be even more valuable.
when Danny Granger and Mike Dunleavy went down with injuries. Rush did
shoot an impressive 41.1 percent from three, but was dreadful at the charity              Evan Turner, SG, PHI
stripe (62.9 percent) and does not appear to be on the verge of becoming an               The second overall pick in this summer's NBA Draft, Evan Turner will enter his
elite Fantasy option anytime soon. He is worth a late-round pick as a reserve in          rookie season with high expectations to contribute right away. Turner is a first-
most formats.                                                                             team 2010 NCAA All-American and the reigning Big Ten Player of the Year
                                                                                          was the first player ever to finish in the top two in scoring, rebounds and assists
John Salmons, SF, MIL                                                                     in conference history, he has proven he can be a very versatile player both on
John Salmons re-signed with the Bucks this offseason after playing a critical             the court and in the box score. Turner has worried some with a very poor
role in helping Milwaukee make the playoffs for the first time in four years. He          summer league performance, but he is still a player whom we expect to be put
arrived in Milwaukee via a trade from the Bulls and averaged 19.9 points per              in situations to contribute right away. In fact, his poor summer league
game in 28 games with the Bucks. Salmons is a scorer more than anything                   experience could be just the wake-up call he needs to get him on track for his
else, but most of his production last season came with Andrew Bogut and                   rookie season. Turner could start for the Sixers, but his versatility will buy him
Michael Redd sidelined by injuries. Bogut is expected to be healthy at the start          big minutes even if he has to come off the bench at certain points throughout
of the season which could cut into his scoring numbers. The Bucks also added              the season. He will likely be used primarily as a shooting guard, giving him a
Corey Maggette this offseason, which means Salmons, will be pushed for                    good chance to contribute healthy scoring totals, but he's also a solid passer
minutes and could end up coming off the bench. Salmons should be viewed as                and his ability to play the three and rebound with bigger guards and forwards
a low-end Fantasy option worthy of a late-round pick.                                     will allow him to chip in decent rebound totals. Among rookies, only John Wall
                                                                                          should be drafted ahead of Turner in keeper or seasonal formats.
Ramon Sessions, PG, CLE
Ramon Sessions was traded to the Cavs this offseason along with fellow                    Beno Udrih, PG, SAC
teammate Ryan Hollins. He averaged 8.2 points, 3.1 assists and 2.6 rebounds               Beno Udrih is coming off his best NBA season. He averaged a career-high
in 82 games last season. He was used strictly as a reserve last season and will           12.9 points with 4.7 assists and 2.8 rebounds in 79 games for the Kings. Udrih
most likely be asked to fill that same capacity with the Cavs, backing up Mo              has produced very similar numbers over the past three seasons, averaging
Williams. Sessions strength is that of a passer, more than anything else. He did          around 31 minutes a game. He split time as starter and a reserve last season
shoot 45.6 percent from the floor last season, but was an awful .067 percent              and proved he could play alongside Tyreke Evans without his numbers taking a
from behind-the-arc. He has proved that he can be a solid Fantasy option when             hit. He will likely be paired up with the talented second -year guard again this
given the opportunity, evidenced by the 12.4 points, and 5.7 assists he                   year in the Kings backcourt, but will have to hold off Francisco Garcia, who
averaged in his final season in Milwaukee. Sessions is not worth starting in the          stole some starts from Udrih last season. Udrih is not worth starting in many
majority of formats, but could prove to be a sleeper source for scoring with the          Fantasy formats, but is still worth drafting in the later rounds as a reserve. He
Cavs looking to fill some offensive voids.                                                can be a bit streaky at times, evidenced by his slow start last season, but
                                                                                          Fantasy owners will want him in their starting lineups when he gets hot.
J.R. Smith, SG, DEN
J.R. Smith averaged 15.4 points, 2.4 assists, 1.3 steals and 3.1 rebounds per             Greivis Vasquez, PG, MEM
game for Denver off the bench in 2009-10. He shot 33.8 percent from                       Grizzlies rookie Greivis Vasquez will have to earn his playing time as a rookie,
downtown and 70.6 percent from the foul line. While he doesn't dominate any               but the versatile guard out of Maryland could wind up pushing starter Mike
one category, he does enough with his reserve role to make him worth owning               Conley for minutes at the point guard spot this year. Vasquez averaged a solid
in most Fantasy leagues. He is a bench player that gets plenty of playing time,           19-6-5 season as a senior and is capable of of well-rounded stat lines. The
but his inconsistency can hurt your averages in category leagues. Consider                only question is how many minutes and touches will be available to him on a
him a solid No. 4 guard in most formats.                                                  team with a very established rotation and several solid scorers ahead of him.
                                                                                          View Vasquez as a must-draft prospect for keeper leagues, but he could also
                                                                                          be worth a late-round flier in deeper seasonal formats for his upside.
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Dwyane Wade, SG, MIA                                                                   Lou Williams, SG, PHI
Dwyane Wade has some new company in Miami, in case you haven't heard.                  Lou Williams was primed for a breakout season in 2009-10 as he was pegged
The additions of LeBron James and Chris Bosh should help him win some                  to be the team's primary shooting guard. He got off to a very promising start
more games, and perhaps some more rings, but will they also hurt his Fantasy           prior to suffering a serious jaw injury that kept him out for nearly a month,
appeal? Yes and no. D-Wade has averaged 18.4 shots per game over his NBA               averaging around 17 points, five assists and three rebounds per contest. The
career. That number will almost certainly go down, but we don't expect the             injury forced the team's hand in signing veteran Allen Iverson and Williams was
change to be too dramatic. The same goes for his scoring average. He                   never able to regain his early-season form with any kind of extended
probably won't return to the 30.2 points per game he averaged two seasons              consistency. He did average a 16-4-4 line in February however. Iverson is
ago, but will he stray far from the 26.6 points per game he averaged a year            gone, but the Sixers drafted Evan Turner with the second overall pick in this
ago? Probably not. His assist numbers should see an increase from the 6.5 he           summer's NBA Draft. That means that Williams is looking at a return to a sixth
averaged last fall, helping to re-distribute the potential decline in scoring. His     man role behind Turner and Jrue Holiday. That puts a cap on a potential
rebounding numbers, well above par for a guard, could take a small hit with            second chance at a breakout season and puts him back in the same ballpark
LeBron's presence making it less necessary for Wade to be around the rim               he has been in for the better part of the last three seasons. Expect him to
defensively. So while there is some possibility that his scoring could take a hit      provide low-end double-digit scoring with a decent amount of assists and
during the new era of Miami Heat basketball, we expect D-Wade will                     rebounds for a reserve. He can help your 3-point shooting with excellent
undoubtedly remain among the top overall contributors at his position and he           shooting percentages and a low turnover margin for a guard. He can also
remains worthy of a first-round pick in any Fantasy format.                            provide about a steal per game, making him a useful reserve for any Fantasy
                                                                                       format.
John Wall, PG, WAS
The No. 1 overall selection in this summer's NBA Draft looks primed to be an           Mo Williams, PG, CLE
impact player right out of the gates. He was named the Most Outstanding                With LeBron James taking his talents to Miami, Mo Williams should see a huge
Player of the Las Vegas summer league, averaging 23.5 points and 7.8 assists           Fantasy boost this season. Williams had a down year in 2009-10, due to
per game. He is the odds on favorite to be named NBA Rookie of the Year and            injuries and a shooting slump. He averaged 15.8 points, 5.3 assists and 1.0
will certainly be the first rookie drafted in all Fantasy leagues -- keeper or         steals in 69 games. He missed 11 games with a shoulder injury and logged his
seasonal. Wall will have to share a back court with Gilbert Arenas, which could        lowest field-goal percentage (42.9 percent) since the 2005-06 season. Williams
provide for an interesting dynamic between two guards with very similar skill          will now team with Antawn Jamison to provide the bulk of the scoring for the
sets. But Wall is now clearly the focal point of the re-building franchise going       Cavs this season. He is more than capable of putting up big numbers and
forward and will be thrust into the limelight with little or no restrictions despite   should see a serious increase in scoring now that James is gone. He can be
being a first-year player. We expect him to play big minutes and see a double-         viewed as a No. 3 guard with a ton of upside and is worth a mid-round pick in
digit shot load on a nightly basis.                                                    most formats.

C.J. Watson, PG, CHI                                                                   Terrence Williams, SG, NJ
C.J. Watson joined the Bulls this summer via a sign-and-trade deal. He                 Terrence Williams proved that he could be a factor in the NBA late in his rookie
averaged 8.7 points, in 23 minutes per game over three seasons with Golden             season. His first-year averages don't look like much, but he did average a very
State and will likely serve as Derrick Rose's back up at the point. Watson can         solid 14-6-5 stat line over the final month-and-a-half of the regular season.
be useful in spurts, but unless he can average around 25-30 minutes a game,            More playing time led to more confidence for Williams, and that earned him
his Fantasy value will be minimal as a reserve. Watson has proved to be a very         even more playing time in the end -- to the point that he averaged 34.3 minutes
nice source of steals when given playing time, which adds to his value in              in April. His playing time may not be quite that high this season, but we do
category-based leagues. Watson should only be drafted in the deepest of                expect him to see the majority of the minutes at small forward with Travis
leagues as a reserve option on Draft Day.                                              Outlaw playing behind him off the bench. Williams is an interesting late-round
                                                                                       sleeper in a situation to contribute and improve upon his numbers from a
Delonte West, PG, BOS                                                                  season ago. Fantasy owners in category-based play should be a bit leery of his
Delonte West will rejoin the Boston Celtics this season, the team with which he        40.1 percent field-goal percentage and low free-throw percentage from his
played his first three NBA seasons. West will serve a 10-game suspension the           rookie season, however.
first 10 games of the season due to pleading guilty to a weapons charge. He
has been sentenced to home detention, but is able to travel to games and will
be able to play for Boston without any issues this year. He'll be a backup to
Rajon Rondo and Ray Allen and will be little more than waiver wire fodder
barring an injury to either player. We don't recommend drafting him outside of
the deepest of leagues. West has averaged 10 points and 3.7 assists over his
career.

Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC
Russell Westbrook averaged 16.1 points, 8.0 assists and 4.9 rebounds per
game for Oklahoma City last year. Going into his third season, Westbrook has
already established himself as an elite guard in Fantasy. He was tied with
Clippers guard Baron Davis for the seventh best assists total in the league.
With him playing wingman to Kevin Durant, Westbrook should continue to put
up solid numbers for many years for the Thunder. He is at the helm of a young,
talented and hungry club, so Westbrook will have plenty of players to dish the
ball to. Westbrook should be not go past the second round in most Fantasy
drafts.

Deron Williams, PG, UTA
Deron Williams lost his pick and roll partner in Carlos Boozer, but has two
suitable replacements waiting in the wings. New addition Al Jefferson and Paul
Millsap will help fill the void left by Boozer and receive plenty of dishes from
Williams. In 2009-10, Williams averaged 18.7 points, 10.5 assists, 1.3 steals
and 4 rebounds per game. He started all 76 games he played in. Williams also
shot a stellar 46.9 percent from the field and 37.1 percent from behind the arc.
Toss in his 80.1 percent from the foul line, and that equals a must-start Fantasy
guard. Williams' 798 assists were second to only Steve Nash. Williams is a
complete guard and worth taking early in the first round of all Fantasy drafts.




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2009-10 Final Statistics
Centers
Player               G    MPG      FG    FGP    FT    FTP    3PT   3PTP    RPG    APG    SPG    TPG    BPG    PPG      FPTS
Dwight Howard        82   34.7     510   61.2   483   59.2    0      0     13.2   1.76   0.91   3.34   2.78   18.33    2,902
Brook Lopez          82   36.9     563   49.9   416   81.7    0      0      8.7   2.28   0.67   2.49   1.70   18.80    2,615
Al Horford           81   35.1     467   55.1   213   78.9    1     100     9.9   2.33   0.73   1.51   1.12   14.17    2,353
Al Jefferson         76   32.5     560   49.9   181   68.0    0      0      9.2   1.82   0.83   1.80   1.29   17.12    2,303
Chris Kaman          76   34.3     589   49.0   230   74.9    0      0      9.3   1.58   0.49   2.93   1.24   18.53    2,260
Nene                 82   33.7     421   58.8   293   70.4    0      0      7.7   2.48   1.40   1.52   1.02   13.84    2,242
Andrew Bogut         69   32.3     473   52.0   149   62.9    0      0     10.2   1.84   0.57   1.90   2.54   15.87    2,134
Andrea Bargnani      80   35.0     537   47.0   181   77.4   121    37.2    6.2   1.16   0.31   1.50   1.39   17.20    2,071
Marc Gasol           69   35.8     378   58.1   252   67.0    0      0      9.3   2.39   1.00   1.96   1.58   14.61    2,021
Andray Blatche       81   27.8     478   47.8   174   74.4    13    29.5    6.3   2.10   1.05   2.25   0.88   14.11    1,966
Marcus Camby         74   31.3     238   47.5    78   63.9    2     28.6   11.8   2.51   1.28   1.23   1.99    7.51    1,950
Emeka Okafor         82   28.9     348   53.1   154   56.2    0      0      9.0   0.67   0.66   1.35   1.54   10.37    1,769
Roy Hibbert          81   25.1     387   49.5   169   75.4    3      50     5.7   1.95   0.37   1.79   1.62   11.68    1,742
Mehmet Okur          73   29.5     355   45.9   196   82.0    82    38.5    7.1   1.63   0.52   1.75   1.11   13.53    1,732
Joakim Noah          64   30.0     262   50.4   163   74.4    0      0     11.0   2.06   0.50   1.83   1.56   10.73    1,671
Andrew Bynum         65   30.4     392   57.0   193   73.9    0      0      8.3   1.05   0.54   1.77   1.45   15.03    1,669
Samuel Dalembert     82   25.9     285   54.5    97   72.9    0      0      9.6   0.78   0.51   1.50   1.84    8.13    1,648
Channing Frye        81   27.1     317   45.1    98   81.0   172    43.9    5.3   1.40   0.79   0.90   0.91   11.16    1,622
Jermaine O'Neal      70   28.4     394   52.9   162   72.0    0      0      6.9   1.31   0.36   1.79   1.36   13.57    1,615
Brendan Haywood      77   30.6     275   56.1   152   62.0    0      0      9.3   0.56   0.34   1.29   2.06    9.12    1,588
Kendrick Perkins     78   27.6     314   60.3   163   58.2    0      0      7.6   1.03   0.33   2.13   1.69   10.14    1,538
Spencer Hawes        72   26.4     312   46.8    73   68.9    26    29.9    6.1   2.19   0.46   1.82   1.14   10.04    1,459
Brad Miller          82   23.8     250   43.0   182   82.7    37     28     4.9   1.88   0.54   1.30   0.35    8.77    1,392
Rasheed Wallace      79   22.6     266   40.9    96   76.8    82    28.3    4.1   1.01   1.01   0.80   0.89    8.99    1,282
Nenad Krstic         76   22.9     281   50.2    76   71.7    1      20     5.0   0.68   0.42   0.76   0.59    8.41    1,145
Shaquille O'Neal     53   23.4     262   56.6   112   49.6    0      0      6.7   1.51   0.28   1.98   1.17   12.00    1,122
Anthony Tolliver     46   31.1     193   43.0   103   76.9    50    32.9    7.0   1.89   0.70   1.00   0.72   11.72    1,052
Nick Collison        75   20.8     182   58.9    74   69.2    1      25     5.1   0.51   0.49   0.84   0.65    5.85     922
Jared Jeffries       70   25.7     138   43.9    75   62.5    21    29.6    4.1   1.44   0.89   1.09   1.01    5.31     919
Zydrunas Ilgauskas   64   20.9     194   44.3    75   74.3    11    47.8    5.4   0.75   0.22   1.00   0.80    7.41     917
Darius Songaila      75   18.8     241   49.4    60   81.1    1     16.7    3.1   0.93   0.83   1.08   0.19    7.24     910
Nazr Mohammed        58   17.0     189   55.3    81   64.8    0      0      5.2   0.48   0.26   0.91   0.74    7.91     824
Matt Bonner          65   17.9     166   44.6    35   72.9    90     39     3.3   1.05   0.46   0.60   0.37    7.03     822
Erick Dampier        55   23.3     133   62.7    61   60.4    1     33.3    7.3   0.56   0.27   1.13   1.40    5.96     820
DeAndre Jordan       70   16.3     144   60.5    48   37.5    0      0      5.0   0.30   0.23   1.07   0.90    4.80     734
JaVale McGee         60   16.1     156   50.8    74   63.8    0      0      4.1   0.23   0.27   0.85   1.70    6.43     724
Ryan Hollins         73   16.8     169   55.8   109   69.0    0      0      2.9   0.70   0.26   1.30   0.52    6.12     719
Zaza Pachulia        78   14.0     120   48.8    93   65.0    0      0      3.8   0.54   0.47   0.74   0.38    4.27     719
Marcin Gortat        81   13.5     121   53.3    51   68.0    0      0      4.2   0.21   0.21   0.57   0.86    3.62     709
Tyson Chandler       51   22.8     109   57.4   115   73.2    0      0      6.3   0.31   0.33   1.78   1.10    6.53     667
Josh Boone           63   16.6     117   52.5    19   32.8    0      0      5.0   0.46   0.48   0.59   0.76    4.02     667
David Andersen       63   14.2     147   43.2    46   68.7    27    34.6    3.3   0.70   0.24   0.59   0.19    5.83     653
Kurt Thomas          70   15.0     100   47.8    12   80.0    0      0      4.2   0.67   0.37   0.69   0.67    3.03     622
Ronny Turiaf         42   20.7      85   58.2    37   47.4    0      0      4.6   2.14   0.55   1.17   1.29    4.93     606
Andris Biedrins      33   23.2      81   59.1    4    16.0    0      0      7.9   1.76   0.61   0.97   1.33    5.03     573
Hasheem Thabeet      68   13.0      77   58.8    54   58.1    0      0      3.6   0.16   0.22   0.63   1.31    3.06     534
Darko Milicic        32   21.4     100   49.0    15   53.6    0      0      4.7   1.47   0.69   1.09   1.06    6.72     481
Greg Oden            21   23.9      92   60.5    49   76.6    0      0      8.5   0.90   0.38   1.86   2.29   11.10     466
Theo Ratliff         49   16.5      70   46.1    38   76.0    0      0      3.2   0.51   0.24   0.84   1.24    3.63     417
Joel Przybilla       30   22.7      45   52.3    33   64.7    0      0      7.9   0.27   0.27   1.30   1.43    4.10     389
Kwame Brown          48   13.8      62   50.0    33   33.7    0      0      3.7   0.46   0.31   0.90   0.25    3.27     362
Oleksiy Pecherov     44   10.2      77   41.0    29   90.6    14    26.9    2.8   0.25   0.20   0.73   0.32    4.48     334
Rasho Nesterovic     42   10.0      81   54.4    1    20.0    0      0      2.1   0.60   0.24   0.38   0.40    3.88     313
Chris Wilcox         34   12.9      63   52.5    26   50.0    0      0      3.4   0.38   0.35   1.12   0.35    4.47     281
Johan Petro          36   12.0      54   53.5    14   66.7    0      0      3.6   0.39   0.28   0.64   0.39    3.39     280
Fabricio Oberto      57   11.4      35   62.5    13   76.5    0      0      1.8   0.89   0.19   0.63   0.16    1.46     274
Aaron Gray           32    9.6      42   51.2    20   71.4    0      0      3.3   0.69   0.28   0.56   0.34    3.25     256
Kyrylo Fesenko       49    8.3      52   54.7    24   42.1    0      0      1.8   0.31   0.12   0.49   0.39    2.61     249
D.J. Mbenga          49    7.3      48   46.6    9    47.4    0      0      1.8   0.16   0.10   0.31   0.59    2.14     227
Dan Gadzuric         32    9.8      39   43.8    10   40.0    0      0      2.9   0.38   0.28   0.47   0.41    2.75     211
Jamaal Magloire      36   10.0      28   50.0    21   35.6    0      0      3.4   0.03   0.25   0.47   0.31    2.14     203
Hilton Armstrong     33   10.2      28   35.4    15   46.9    0      0      2.5   0.64   0.45   0.67   0.36    2.15     199
Jeff Foster          16   15.8      22   47.8    5    55.6    0      0      5.1   1.31   0.19   0.88   0.25    3.06     165
Ian Mahinmi          26    6.3      35   63.6    31   66.0    0      0      2.0   0.08   0.12   0.58   0.31    3.88     153

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Player             G    MPG      FG    FGP     FT   FTP    3PT   3PTP RPG      APG    SPG    TPG    BPG    PPG     FPTS
Hamed Haddadi      36    6.8     24    38.7    14   73.7    0      0   2.1     0.28   0.03   0.56   0.39   1.72     152
Etan Thomas        23   13.9     31    45.6    13   59.1    0      0   2.8     0.04   0.17   0.78   0.70   3.26     143
DeSagana Diop      27    9.7     15    51.7     2   22.2    0      0   2.4     0.19   0.19   0.44   0.52   1.19     114
Jarron Collins     34    7.7     12    38.7    10   40.0    0      0   1.8     0.18   0.06   0.29   0.09   1.00     103
Kosta Koufos       36    4.8     22    46.8     9   60.0    0      0   1.3     0.17   0.06   0.42   0.11   1.47     101
Randolph Morris    28    4.5     23    56.1    16   59.3    0      0   1.4     0.07   0.18   0.43   0.11   2.21     100
Primoz Brezec      21    4.6      9    34.6     1   16.7    0      0   1.2     0.05   0.05   0.10   0.14   0.90      48
Jason Collins      24    4.7      8    34.8     0    0.0    0      0   0.6     0.17   0.12   0.21   0.08   0.67      38
Sean Marks         14    5.2      4    50.0     2   40.0    0      0   1.6     0.14   0.00   0.14   0.21   0.71      38
Patrick O'Bryant   11    4.5      8    53.3     3   50.0    0      0   1.0     0.09   0.18   0.45   0.36   1.73      33
Francisco Elson    12    5.3      5    33.3     2   40.0    0      0   1.2     0.17   0.08   0.08   0.00   1.00      30
Eddy Curry         7     9.0      8    38.1    10   58.8    0      0   1.9     0.00   0.00   1.86   0.14   3.71     27
Byron Mullens      13    4.3      7    36.8     0    0.0    0      0   0.8     0.08   0.15   0.31   0.00   1.08      24
Paul Davis         2     4.0      2    50.0     1   50.0    0      0   0.0     1.50   0.00   0.00   0.50   2.50      12
Dwayne Jones       2     3.5      0     0.0     0    0.0    0      0   1.0     0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00      2




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Player               G    MPG      FG    FGP    FT    FTP    3PT   3PTP    RPG     APG    SPG    TPG    BPG    PPG      FPTS
LeBron James         76   39.1     768   50.3   593   76.7   129    33.3    7.29   8.57   1.64   3.43   1.01   29.71    4,055
Kevin Durant         82   39.5     794   47.6   756   90.0   128    36.5    7.59   2.82   1.37   3.30   1.02   30.15    3,481
David Lee            81   37.3     686   54.5   268   81.2    0      0.0   11.70   3.64   1.06   2.33   0.48   20.25    3,114
Dirk Nowitzki        81   37.5     720   48.1   536   91.5    51    42.1    7.65   2.69   0.86   1.84   0.98   25.02    3,083
Zach Randolph        81   37.7     652   48.8   362   77.8    15    28.8   11.74   1.83   0.99   2.15   0.42   20.75    2,868
Andre Iguodala       82   38.9     496   44.3   315   73.3    94    30.9    6.45   5.76   1.72   2.66   0.66   17.09    2,851
Carlos Boozer        78   34.3     617   56.2   285   74.2    0      0.0   11.21   3.17   1.08   2.72   0.46   19.47    2,795
Josh Smith           81   35.5     504   50.5   261   61.8    0      0.0    8.70   4.23   1.60   2.44   2.14   15.67    2,765
Carmelo Anthony      69   38.2     688   45.8   508   83.0    59    31.6    6.58   3.22   1.28   3.03   0.43   28.16    2,750
Amar'e Stoudemire    82   34.6     704   55.7   487   77.1    1     16.7    8.93   1.00   0.63   2.60   1.01   23.12    2,714
Chris Bosh           70   36.1     600   51.8   470   79.7    8     36.4   10.86   2.37   0.61   2.41   0.97   23.97    2,712
Tim Duncan           78   31.2     561   51.8   271   72.5    2     18.2   10.09   3.15   0.58   1.79   1.50   17.88    2,696
David West           81   36.4     619   50.5   296   86.5    7     25.9    7.47   2.95   0.94   2.14   0.74   19.02    2,587
Stephen Jackson      81   38.6     600   42.3   338   77.9   129    32.8    4.94   3.70   1.63   3.20   0.53   20.58    2,583
Gerald Wallace       76   41.0     456   48.4   422   77.6    52    37.1   10.03   2.12   1.54   2.34   1.11   18.24    2,493
Pau Gasol            65   37.0     452   53.5   286   79.0    0      0.0   11.28   3.37   0.57   2.20   1.72   18.31    2,367
Rudy Gay             80   39.7     600   46.6   301   75.2    66    32.7    5.90   1.91   1.48   2.11   0.80   19.59    2,358
LaMarcus Aldridge    78   37.4     579   49.5   230   75.7    5     31.2    8.04   2.05   0.86   1.33   0.62   17.86    2,351
Luis Scola           82   32.6     560   51.4   208   77.9    1     20.0    8.60   2.06   0.77   1.99   0.32   16.21    2,298
Lamar Odom           82   31.5     342   46.3   140   69.3    58    31.9    9.78   3.26   0.93   1.85   0.73   10.76    2,202
Danny Granger        62   36.7     488   42.8   363   84.8   158    36.1    5.52   2.76   1.52   2.53   0.82   24.15    2,169
Troy Murphy          72   32.6     384   47.2   154   79.8   128    38.4   10.24   2.08   1.00   1.39   0.47   14.58    2,093
Jeff Green           82   37.1     485   45.4   165   74.0   104    33.3    5.99   1.63   1.27   1.66   0.88   15.11    2,038
Trevor Ariza         72   36.6     394   39.4   148   64.9   136    33.4    5.60   3.83   1.76   2.24   0.56   14.89    2,033
Luol Deng            70   37.9     473   46.6   252   76.4    32    38.6    7.31   2.04   0.94   1.91   0.87   17.57    2,021
Corey Maggette       70   29.7     457   51.6   460   83.5    13    26.0    5.31   2.46   0.76   2.39   0.06   19.81    1,993
Paul Pierce          71   34.0     409   47.2   369   85.2   109    41.4    4.37   3.07   1.18   2.34   0.44   18.25    1,991
John Salmons         81   34.9     437   44.1   253   83.0   118    38.2    3.33   2.75   1.22   1.52   0.32   15.37    1,963
Caron Butler         74   37.6     451   43.0   264   83.8    42    29.0    6.23   2.11   1.57   2.18   0.32   16.32    1,960
Antawn Jamison       66   36.5     478   46.2   194   64.7    85    34.4    8.38   1.29   1.08   1.38   0.32   18.71    1,959
Boris Diaw           82   35.5     373   48.3   113   76.9    66    32.0    5.17   3.96   0.73   2.16   0.67   11.28    1,937
Carl Landry          80   30.8     499   53.6   344   80.6    1     33.3    5.85   0.82   0.68   1.70   0.79   16.79    1,924
Danilo Gallinari     81   33.9     392   42.3   251   81.8   186    38.1    4.91   1.67   0.93   1.36   0.72   15.07    1,912
Kevin Garnett        69   29.9     402   52.1   185   83.7    1     20.0    7.33   2.68   0.99   1.46   0.83   14.35    1,890
Al Harrington        72   30.4     448   43.5   240   75.7   140    34.2    5.62   1.53   0.86   1.83   0.35   17.72    1,856
Michael Beasley      78   29.8     468   45.0   192   80.0    28    27.5    6.40   1.28   1.03   1.68   0.63   14.82    1,853
Paul Millsap         82   27.8     385   53.8   183   69.3    1     11.1    6.82   1.60   0.78   1.41   1.21   11.63    1,822
Jason Thompson       75   31.4     370   47.2   198   71.5    1     10.0    8.49   1.65   0.55   1.85   0.97   12.52    1,799
Hedo Turkoglu        74   30.7     276   40.9   175   77.4   108    37.4    4.64   4.11   0.74   1.69   0.43   11.28    1,748
Grant Hill           81   30.0     336   47.8   205   81.7    35    43.8    5.49   2.38   0.74   1.33   0.44   11.26    1,731
Kevin Love           60   28.7     291   45.0   225   81.5    35    33.0   10.98   2.27   0.70   1.95   0.38   14.03    1,721
Corey Brewer         82   30.3     409   43.1   166   64.8    82    34.6    3.40   2.33   1.43   2.00   0.35   13.00    1,709
Elton Brand          76   30.3     412   48.0   172   73.8    0      0.0    6.07   1.43   1.08   1.72   1.05   13.11    1,706
Ron Artest           77   33.9     306   41.4   128   68.8   105    35.5    4.30   3.04   1.38   1.57   0.26   10.97    1,649
Richard Jefferson    81   31.2     362   46.7   211   73.5    59    31.6    4.40   1.95   0.56   1.30   0.49   12.27    1,646
Shawn Marion         75   31.8     395   50.8   105   75.5    3     15.8    6.36   1.43   0.92   1.32   0.80   11.97    1,619
Wilson Chandler      65   35.7     412   47.9   129   80.6    40    26.7    5.35   2.12   0.71   1.66   0.75   15.28    1,604
Rashard Lewis        72   32.9     350   43.5   145   80.6   168    39.7    4.42   1.49   1.08   1.50   0.39   14.07    1,543
Ersan Ilyasova       81   23.4     323   44.3   113   71.5    81    33.6    6.37   1.04   0.64   0.86   0.28   10.37    1,529
Taj Gibson           82   26.9     311   49.5   113   64.6    0      0.0    7.46   0.85   0.60   1.38   1.27    8.96    1,527
Udonis Haslem        78   28.0     312   49.4   147   76.2    0      0.0    8.06   0.67   0.38   0.96   0.29    9.88    1,482
Kenyon Martin        58   34.2     283   45.6    93   55.7    8     27.6    9.41   1.88   1.26   1.57   1.05   11.50    1,474
Anderson Varejao     76   28.5     267   57.2   116   66.3    1     20.0    7.61   1.14   0.93   0.88   0.87    8.57    1,473
Marvin Williams      81   30.5     302   45.5   176   81.9    40    30.3    5.14   1.14   0.81   0.89   0.57   10.12    1,460
Thaddeus Young       67   32.0     382   47.0   114   69.1    48    34.8    5.24   1.45   1.21   1.88   0.22   13.82    1,441
Charlie Villanueva   78   23.7     363   43.9   106   81.5    99    35.1    4.68   0.68   0.64   0.95   0.71   11.94    1,433
Ryan Gomes           76   29.1     327   44.7   104   82.5    74    37.2    4.58   1.63   0.82   1.26   0.21   10.95    1,410
Matt Barnes          81   25.8     271   48.7   108   74.0    66    31.9    5.49   1.65   0.73   1.38   0.37    8.84    1,406
Drew Gooden          70   25.1     288   47.8   186   86.1    1     12.5    7.74   0.67   0.59   1.54   0.83   10.90    1,390
Brandon Rush         82   30.4     297   42.3    56   62.9   124    41.1    4.22   1.37   0.68   1.13   0.79    9.44    1,372
Jonas Jerebko        80   27.9     290   48.1   125   71.0    36    31.3    5.97   0.72   0.99   1.02   0.36    9.26    1,361
Andrei Kirilenko     58   29.0     244   50.6   174   74.4    26    29.2    4.55   2.71   1.43   1.36   1.22   11.86    1,341
Omri Casspi          77   25.1     300   44.7   117   67.2    75    37.1    4.52   1.23   0.71   1.27   0.23   10.29    1,305
Ben Wallace          69   28.6     158   54.1    65   40.6    0      0.0    8.65   1.52   1.25   0.93   1.22    5.52    1,294
DeJuan Blair         82   18.2     275   55.6    88   54.7    0      0.0    6.43   0.79   0.61   1.37   0.48    7.78    1,272
Al Thornton          75   27.7     320   47.3   153   72.5    11    35.5    3.92   1.20   0.60   1.36   0.47   10.72    1,256
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Player                     G    MPG      FG FGP        FT   FTP 3PT 3PTP RPG APG             SPG    TPG    BPG    PPG      FPTS
Shane Battier              67   32.4     178 39.8      77   72.6 101 36.2 4.66 2.45          0.78   0.96   1.13    7.97    1,238
Tayshaun Prince            49   34.0     282 48.6      70   71.4    27     37.0 5.06 3.29    0.69   1.22   0.45   13.49    1,227
Jared Dudley               82   24.3     225 45.9 104 75.4 120 45.8 3.43 1.40                0.99   0.83   0.20    8.22    1,214
Peja Stojakovic            62   31.4     278 40.4      96   89.7 132 37.5 3.66 1.48          0.77   0.90   0.08   12.65    1,192
Martell Webster            82   24.5     259 40.5 126 81.3 124 37.3 3.27 0.76                0.55   0.73   0.49    9.37    1,185
J.J. Hickson               81   20.9     289 55.4 111 68.1           0      0.0  4.94 0.49   0.44   1.14   0.49    8.51    1,153
Chuck Hayes                82   21.7     161 48.9      36   54.5     0      0.0  5.67 1.70   0.89   0.90   0.52    4.37    1,143
Chris Andersen             76   22.3     142 56.6 164 69.5           0      0.0  6.36 0.43   0.55   0.78   1.89    5.89    1,124
Hakim Warrick              76   20.5     265 48.2 202 73.7           1     14.3 4.13 0.68    0.32   1.05   0.24    9.64    1,113
Yi Jianlian                52   31.9     227 40.3 154 79.8          15     36.6 7.13 0.90    0.71   1.48   1.00   11.98    1,100
Antonio McDyess            77   21.0     205 47.9      36   63.2     0      0.0  5.91 1.08   0.57   1.03   0.40    5.79    1,063
Amir Johnson               82   17.8     208 62.3      95   63.8     0      0.0  4.82 0.59   0.52   0.77   0.80    6.23    1,048
Luc Richard Mbah a Moute   73   25.6     177 48.0      93   69.9     6     35.3 5.48 1.11    0.82   0.96   0.53   6.21     1,044
Donte Greene               76   21.5     244 44.2      90   64.3    69     37.7 3.08 0.93    0.53   1.22   0.71    8.51    1,024
Tyrus Thomas               54   22.6     194 46.2 120 68.6           0      0.0  6.20 1.04   1.17   1.72   1.57    9.41    1,010
Craig Smith                75   16.4     226 56.9 132 63.5           1     20.0 3.83 1.12    0.44   1.17   0.33    7.80    1,010
Andres Nocioni             75   19.7     234 39.9      71   71.7    96     38.6 2.96 1.00    0.43   0.89   0.35    8.47     998
Jason Maxiell              76   20.4     212 51.1      89   57.4     0      0.0  5.28 0.51   0.47   0.89   0.50    6.75     998
C.J. Miles                 63   23.8     241 42.9      66   69.5    74     34.1 2.67 1.67    0.92   1.29   0.27    9.87     994
Mickael Pietrus            75   22.5     233 43.2      69   63.3 116 37.9 2.88 0.65          0.71   0.92   0.41    8.68     980
James Posey                77   22.5     126 36.5      66   82.5    81     33.5 4.27 1.52    0.55   0.66   0.25    5.18     972
Dorell Wright              72   20.8     194 46.3      61   88.4    61     38.9 3.26 1.26    0.72   0.74   0.44    7.08     958
Kris Humphries             69   17.7     180 44.1 127 66.8           0      0.0  5.48 0.46   0.52   0.96   0.70    7.06     947
Serge Ibaka                73   18.1     201 54.3      58   63.0     1     50.0 5.44 0.14    0.34   0.93   1.33    6.32     932
Marreese Speights          62   16.4     212 47.7 108 74.5           0      0.0  4.06 0.58   0.47   0.82   0.55    8.58     868
Sam Young                  80   16.5     224 45.1 136 77.7          11     19.6 2.51 0.65    0.44   1.18   0.25    7.44     861
Juwan Howard               73   22.4     191 50.9      55   78.6     0      0.0  4.59 0.84   0.37   0.99   0.14    5.99     859
Louis Amundson             79   14.8     152 55.1      67   54.5     0      0.0  4.38 0.39   0.30   0.72   0.92    4.70     819
Ryan Anderson              63   14.6     169 43.6      71   86.6    78     37.0 3.21 0.59    0.40   0.89   0.22    7.73     746
Robin Lopez                51   19.3     171 58.6      88   70.4     0      0.0  4.88 0.14   0.20   0.80   1.02    8.43     714
Anthony Randolph           33   22.7     137 44.3 109 80.1           1     20.0 6.52 1.27    0.85   1.48   1.55   11.64     713
Josh Howard                35   26.1     157 40.5 109 78.4          23     26.7 3.57 1.37    0.74   1.31   0.31   12.74     658
Jamario Moon               61   17.2     114 46.2      36   80.0    32     32.0 3.11 0.80    0.56   0.38   0.49    4.85     625
James Singleton            57   17.2      97   38.2    53   85.5     7     18.9 4.84 0.54    0.49   0.86   0.74    4.46     613
Reggie Williams            24   32.5     140 49.5      52   83.9    33     35.9 4.58 2.75    0.92   1.21   0.25   15.21     606
Glen Davis                 54   17.2     122 43.7      96   69.6     0      0.0  3.80 0.65   0.39   0.98   0.26    6.30     597
Austin Daye                69   13.2     137 46.4      46   82.1    29     30.5 2.52 0.49    0.36   0.70   0.38    5.06     594
Joel Anthony               80   16.5      76   47.8    66   71.7     0      0.0  3.11 0.15   0.25   0.56   1.36    2.73     575
Ime Udoka                  69   13.7      91   37.8    42   73.7    26     28.6 2.77 0.84    0.49   0.61   0.09    3.62     555
Rodney Carney              68   12.6     113 40.1      52   82.5    41     30.4 2.01 0.54    0.37   0.31   0.29    4.69     554
Chris Hunter               60   13.1     109 50.2      52   75.4     0      0.0  2.78 0.62   0.22   0.50   0.58    4.50     529
Vladimir Radmanovic        41   21.7     103 37.7      20   74.1    30     27.8 4.34 1.10    0.71   1.07   0.17    6.24     516
Travis Outlaw              34   21.6     110 39.1      49   83.1    40     38.1 3.56 1.00    0.53   0.94   0.50    9.09     501
Julian Wright              68   12.8     116 50.0      25   61.0     2     33.3 2.12 0.60    0.43   0.65   0.26    3.81     488
James Johnson              65   11.6      95   45.2    51   72.9    15     32.6 1.97 0.74    0.32   0.94   0.66    3.94     483
Jordan Hill                47   13.3      99   49.3    46   67.6     0      0.0  3.72 0.43   0.30   0.64   0.45    5.19     464
Brandon Bass               50   12.9     119 51.1      52   82.5     0      0.0  2.54 0.38   0.24   0.62   0.54    5.80     463
Trenton Hassell            52   21.3      90   41.3    52   75.4     0      0.0  2.90 0.96   0.33   0.90   0.17    4.46     462
Dante Cunningham           63   11.2     106 49.5      31   64.6     0      0.0  2.54 0.22   0.38   0.24   0.35    3.86     462
Jason Kapono               57   17.1     126 41.9       9   60.0    63     36.8 1.16 0.68    0.37   0.60   0.11    5.68     461
Devean George              45   16.9      89   43.2    16   69.6    48     39.0 2.53 0.71    0.91   0.33   0.22    5.38     456
Tyler Hansbrough           29   17.6      81   36.0    84   74.3     0      0.0  4.76 0.97   0.59   0.72   0.28    8.48     444
DeMarre Carroll            71   11.1      88   39.6    33   62.3     0      0.0  2.11 0.46   0.39   0.34   0.13    2.94     438
Solomon Jones              52   12.9      78   44.3    51   71.8     0      0.0  2.77 0.62   0.27   0.77   0.71    3.98     426
Joey Graham                63   12.1     105 52.0      54   74.0     2     15.4 1.95 0.35    0.37   0.68   0.11    4.22     420
Josh McRoberts             42   12.5      76   52.1    19   50.0     8     34.8 3.02 1.05    0.40   0.45   0.38    4.26     408
Jason Smith                56   11.8      75   43.1    29   69.0    10     34.5 2.41 0.59    0.38   0.62   0.50    3.38     404
Jon Brockman               52   12.6      55   53.4    37   59.7     0      0.0  4.10 0.42   0.27   0.44   0.10    2.83     400
Joe Smith                  64    9.3      77   39.9    39   81.2     1     14.3 2.45 0.33    0.09   0.34   0.30    3.03     396
Shelden Williams           54   11.1      63   52.1    75   76.5     0      0.0  2.69 0.39   0.24   0.56   0.39    3.72     392
Jawad Williams             54   13.8      81   39.3    32   71.1    30     32.3 1.54 0.63    0.22   0.33   0.09    4.15     374
Michael Finley             46   15.4      81   44.0     8   53.3    32     39.0 1.54 0.93    0.22   0.46   0.13    4.39     354
Eduardo Najera             46   15.0      62   42.8    14   58.3    19     29.7 2.48 0.63    0.57   0.54   0.30    3.41     344
Josh Powell                63    9.2      71   36.6    20   64.5     7     43.8 1.84 0.56    0.14   0.52   0.10    2.68     337
Derrick Brown              57    9.4      68   46.3    48   66.7     2     28.6 1.37 0.33    0.37   0.33   0.18    3.26     314
Darrell Arthur             32   14.2      63   43.2    17   56.7     0      0.0  3.44 0.47   0.44   0.69   0.44    4.47     289
Ricky Davis                36   13.9      62   43.4    18   58.1    16     38.1 1.58 1.08    0.31   0.81   0.08    4.39     278
Nathan Jawai               39   10.6      49   44.1    26   68.4     0      0.0  2.67 0.62   0.26   0.69   0.23    3.18     268
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Player              G    MPG      FG    FGP     FT    FTP    3PT   3PTP    RPG     APG    SPG    TPG    BPG PPG       FPTS
Mikki Moore         23   17.6     54    60.0     7   63.6     0      0.0    3.04   1.57   0.17   0.91   0.57 5.00      253
Earl Clark          51    7.5     56    37.1    26   72.2     2     40.0    1.22   0.41   0.14   0.45   0.25 2.75      241
Cartier Martin      18   21.7     50    36.8    24   80.0     17    34.7   3.78    0.89   0.61   1.06   0.06 7.83      234
James Jones         36   14.1     43    36.1    23   82.1     37    41.1   1.25    0.47   0.31   0.31   0.11 4.06      229
Sean May            37    8.9     51    45.9    21   65.6     0      0.0    1.89   0.46   0.32   0.51   0.19 3.32      227
Jeff Pendergraph    39   10.4     43    66.2    18   90.0     0      0.0    2.51   0.03   0.18   0.31   0.41 2.67      215
Bobby Simmons       23   17.1     42    35.9    18   90.0     20    31.7   2.74    0.65   0.65   0.83   0.13 5.30      214
Malik Allen         51    8.9     46    39.7    12   92.3     1     16.7    1.61   0.31   0.22   0.43   0.10 2.06      213
Reggie Evans        28   11.0     34    49.3    27   45.0     0      0.0    3.75   0.29   0.50   0.79   0.14 3.39      212
DaJuan Summers      44    9.2     46    35.4    27   71.1     15    35.7   1.02    0.36   0.20   0.36   0.16 3.05      211
Tim Thomas          18   15.8     49    46.2    21   87.5     16    37.2   2.28    0.78   0.56   0.78   0.11 7.50      202
Kelenna Azubuike    9    25.7     48    54.5    19   67.9     10    37.0   4.56    1.11   0.56   0.78   1.00 13.89     193
Jonathan Bender     25   11.7     40    40.0    24   92.3     14    35.9   2.08    0.64   0.08   1.12   0.68 4.72      193
Luke Walton         29    9.3     30    35.7     2   50.0     7     41.2    1.31   1.38   0.34   0.41   0.03 2.38      186
Brian Scalabrine    52    9.0     29    34.1     4   66.7     16    32.7   0.94    0.52   0.17   0.33   0.08 1.50      177
Earl Barron         7    33.1     30    44.1    22   75.9     0      0.0   11.00   1.14   0.57   1.57   0.57 11.71     172
Steve Novak         54    6.7     42    38.9     7   77.8     22    31.0   0.61    0.11   0.13   0.04   0.04 2.09      165
Kenny Thomas        26   12.1     17    48.6     7   58.3     0      0.0    3.31   0.58   0.38   0.65   0.38 1.58      160
Adam Morrison       31    7.8     32    37.6     5   62.5     5     23.8    1.03   0.58   0.10   0.32   0.06 2.39      137
Leon Powe           20   11.8     21    42.9    37   58.7     0      0.0    3.05   0.00   0.30   0.55   0.10 3.95      137
Dominic McGuire     51    6.0     19    36.5     0    0.0     0      0.0    1.55   0.22   0.10   0.33   0.08 0.75      131
Brian Cardinal      29    9.2     14    38.9    17   94.4     3     33.3    1.00   0.83   0.31   0.24   0.10 1.66      130
Chris Richard       18   12.3     15    51.7     7   63.6     0      0.0    3.28   0.39   0.44   0.78   0.22 2.06      108
Sean Williams       20   11.3     21    42.9    10   52.6     0      0.0    2.30   0.05   0.40   1.00   0.95 2.60      107
Steven Hunter       21    7.6     17    39.5    19   52.8     0      0.0    2.00   0.00   0.05   0.43   0.48 2.52       97
D.J. White          12    8.3     25    61.0     9   90.0     0      0.0    1.92   0.33   0.42   0.25   0.25 4.92       95
Pops Mensah-Bonsu   20    6.0     13    39.4    13   54.2     0      0.0    1.75   0.15   0.20   0.50   0.45 1.95       83
Joey Dorsey         15    7.2      9     45.0    5    41.7    0      0.0    2.87   0.13   0.20   0.40   0.13 1.53       69
Tony Battie         15    8.9     14    35.9     7   70.0     1     25.0    1.53   0.20   0.27   0.20   0.13 2.40       68
Alando Tucker       15    6.3     17    43.6    16   76.2     1     14.3    0.67   0.27   0.00   0.33   0.00 3.40       64
Marcus Landry       18    6.2     16    37.2     3   60.0     9     32.1    1.06   0.00   0.06   0.33   0.11 2.44       60
Mike Harris         13    7.2     11    36.7     7   63.6     0      0.0    1.85   0.23   0.38   0.69   0.08 2.23       56
Renaldo Balkman     13    7.0      6     33.3    2    33.3    0      0.0    1.77   0.54   0.62   0.46   0.15 1.08       55
Brian Skinner       16    7.7     10    40.0     6   75.0     0      0.0    1.69   0.00   0.19   0.44   0.25 1.62       53
Darnell Jackson     28    4.4      9     30.0    4    66.7    1     25.0    0.79   0.14   0.07   0.46   0.14 0.82       46
Marcus Haislip      10    4.2     10    47.6     2   40.0     3     60.0    1.00   0.00   0.00   0.30   0.20 2.50       34
Shavlik Randolph    6     8.8      6     33.3    2   100.0    0      0.0    2.33   0.17   0.17   0.50   0.17 2.33       29
Brian Cook          15    3.0      7     30.4    5    71.4    2     22.2    0.60   0.07   0.00   0.40   0.13 1.40       28
Othello Hunter      7     4.9      4     33.3    3    75.0    0      0.0    1.71   0.00   0.00   0.43   0.14 1.57       21
Joe Alexander       8     3.5      1     16.7    2    66.7    0      0.0    0.62   0.25   0.12   0.00   0.12 0.50       15
Taylor Griffin      8     4.1      4     40.0    2    50.0    0      0.0    0.25   0.12   0.00   0.12   0.25 1.25       15
Alexis Ajinca       6     4.8      5     50.0    0     0.0    0      0.0    0.67   0.00   0.17   0.33   0.17 1.67       14
Yakhouba Diawara    6     7.3      2     20.0    0     0.0    1     16.7    0.67   0.50   0.17   0.50   0.00 0.83       13
Ryan Bowen          1     8.0      1    100.0    2   100.0    0      0.0    2.00   0.00   1.00   0.00   0.00 4.00       7
Trey Gilder         2     2.5      1    100.0    0     0.0    0      0.0    0.50   0.00   0.50   0.00   0.00 1.00       4




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Player               G    MPG      FG    FGP    FT    FTP    3PT   3PTP    RPG APG SPG       TPG    BPG    PPG      FPTS
Dwyane Wade          77   36.3     719   47.6   534   76.1    73     30    4.83 6.51 1.83    3.27   1.06   26.56    3,390
Deron Williams       76   36.9     494   46.9   335   80.1    96    37.1   3.99 10.51 1.26   3.32   0.21   18.67    3,180
Steve Nash           81   32.9     499   50.7   211   93.8   124    42.6   3.31 11.01 0.52   3.64   0.15   16.46    3,144
Rajon Rondo          81   36.6     459   50.8   175   62.1    17    21.2   4.44 9.80 2.32    3.04   0.14   13.70    3,011
Kobe Bryant          73   38.8     716   45.7   439   81.1    99    32.9   5.34 5.00 1.56    3.18   0.27   26.99    2,992
Russell Westbrook    82   34.3     485   41.8   329   78.0    23    22.1   4.89 7.95 1.33    3.26   0.41   16.12    2,903
Derrick Rose         78   36.8     672   48.9   259   76.6    16    26.7   3.76 6.01 0.73    2.78   0.35   20.76    2,717
Jason Kidd           80   36.0     284   42.3    80   80.8   176    42.5   5.56 9.05 1.81    2.44   0.44   10.30    2,702
Joe Johnson          76   37.9     635   45.8   220   81.8   129    36.9   4.64 4.86 1.08    1.91   0.07   21.30    2,652
Stephen Curry        80   36.2     528   46.2   177   88.5   166    43.7   4.44 5.90 1.90    3.05   0.24   17.49    2,625
Tyreke Evans         72   37.2     533   45.7   348   74.8    36    25.4   5.28 5.75 1.51    3.00   0.35   20.14    2,576
Baron Davis          75   33.6     412   40.6   239   82.1    82    27.7   3.55 7.97 1.68    2.81   0.57   15.27    2,565
Aaron Brooks         82   35.6     575   43.2   245   82.2   209    39.8   2.62 5.29 0.84    2.83   0.17   19.56    2,538
Monta Ellis          64   41.4     631   44.9   292   75.3    77    33.8   4.02 5.30 2.23    3.80   0.39   25.48    2,491
Brandon Jennings     82   32.6     450   37.0   223   81.7   145    37.4   3.43 5.73 1.29    2.43   0.21   15.46    2,413
Chauncey Billups     73   34.1     402   41.8   466   91.0   157    38.6   3.12 5.60 1.12    2.42   0.12   19.55    2,387
Brandon Roy          65   37.2     491   47.3   343   78.0    73     33    4.38 4.71 0.94    1.98   0.25   21.51    2,243
Manu Ginobili        75   28.7     398   44.1   309   87.0   132    37.7   3.77 4.93 1.37    2.05   0.31   16.49    2,232
Andre Miller         82   30.5     404   44.5   322   82.1    16     20    3.24 5.43 1.13    2.11   0.11   13.98    2,231
O.J. Mayo            82   38.0     542   45.8   212   80.9   136    38.3   3.79 2.96 1.20    2.15   0.21   17.46    2,168
Rodney Stuckey       73   34.2     449   40.5   299   83.3    18    22.8   3.85 4.77 1.36    2.23   0.16   16.64    2,140
Raymond Felton       80   33.0     388   45.9   132   76.3    60    38.5   3.61 5.58 1.54    2.10   0.28   12.10    2,126
Devin Harris         64   34.7     356   40.3   308   79.8    60    27.6   3.17 6.61 1.23    2.83   0.28   16.88    2,045
Jamal Crawford       79   31.1     496   44.9   270   85.7   163    38.2   2.54 3.01 0.77    1.73   0.15   18.04    2,038
Jason Terry          77   32.9     456   43.8   232   86.6   136    36.5   1.82 3.79 1.22    1.42   0.22   16.62    2,006
Chris Paul           45   38.1     314   49.3   161   84.7    52    40.9   4.24 10.67 2.13   2.49   0.18   18.69    1,984
Vince Carter         75   30.8     434   42.8   257   84.0   119    36.7   3.91 3.15 0.71    1.41   0.24   16.59    1,974
Mo Williams          69   34.2     378   44.2   177   89.4   159    42.9   3.01 5.33 1.01    2.51   0.28   15.83    1,952
Mike Conley          80   32.1     369   44.5   139   74.3    82    38.7   2.39 5.31 1.36    2.12   0.15   11.99    1,951
Beno Udrih           79   31.3     415   49.3   118   83.7    75    37.7   2.76 4.71 1.16    1.72   0.13   12.95    1,951
Ray Allen            80   35.2     464   47.7   231   91.3   145    36.3   3.16 2.62 0.80    1.61   0.31   16.30    1,937
Jason Richardson     79   31.5     473   47.4   136   73.9   157    39.2   5.11 1.81 0.84    1.16   0.42   15.68    1,936
Jarrett Jack         82   27.4     323   48.1   203   84.2    82    41.2   2.71 5.04 0.74    1.99   0.07   11.35    1,883
Darren Collison      76   27.7     376   47.7   148   85.1    46     40    2.53 5.68 1.03    2.66   0.05   12.45    1,882
Jonny Flynn          81   28.9     397   41.7   223   82.6    77    35.8   2.36 4.41 1.01    2.88   0.02   13.51    1,850
J.R. Smith           75   27.7     428   41.4   142   70.6   158    33.8   3.12 2.44 1.32    1.85   0.28   15.41    1,737
Kirk Hinrich         74   33.5     308   40.9    85   75.2   104    37.1   3.51 4.46 1.15    1.54   0.32   10.88    1,720
Jameer Nelson        65   28.6     317   44.9    98   84.5    86    38.1   2.98 5.43 0.74    2.14   0.03   12.58    1,629
George Hill          78   29.2     353   47.8   183   77.2    75    39.9   2.63 2.90 0.88    1.29   0.33   12.36    1,615
Lou Williams         64   29.8     318   47.0   192   82.4    70     34    2.92 4.20 1.25    1.67   0.23   14.03    1,611
Carlos Delfino       75   30.5     299   40.8    93   78.2   134    36.7   5.25 2.69 1.08    1.60   0.28   11.00    1,605
Jose Calderon        68   26.7     274   48.2    83   79.8    68    39.8   2.09 5.94 0.69    1.46   0.10   10.28    1,604
Earl Watson          79   29.4     223   42.6   120   71.0    53    28.8   3.04 5.05 1.32    2.22   0.20    7.84    1,602
Luke Ridnour         82   21.5     328   47.8   127   90.7    69    38.1   1.74 3.96 0.66    1.29   0.09   10.39    1,600
Tony Parker          56   30.9     349   48.7   186   75.6    10    29.4   2.41 5.66 0.52    2.66   0.14   15.96    1,551
Eric Gordon          62   36.0     352   44.9   222   74.2   119    37.1   2.58 3.00 1.11    2.32   0.23   16.85    1,516
Mike Bibby           80   27.4     268   41.6    68   86.1   126    38.9   2.30 3.88 0.84    1.12   0.04    9.12    1,514
Marcus Thornton      73   25.7     398   45.1   144   81.4   117    37.4   2.89 1.56 0.79    1.04   0.15   14.48    1,489
Rasual Butler        82   33.0     356   40.9   122   84.1   145    33.6   2.93 1.41 0.44    0.96   0.83   11.94    1,476
Steve Blake          80   27.0     217   41.6    36   75.0   116    39.5   2.34 4.75 0.72    1.60   0.07    7.33    1,469
Kyle Lowry           68   24.3     184   39.7   215   82.7    37    27.2   3.63 4.49 0.88    1.71   0.13    9.12    1,430
Courtney Lee         71   33.5     338   43.6   133   86.9    76    33.8   3.56 1.70 1.31    1.07   0.30   12.46    1,418
Chris Duhon          67   31.0     168   37.3    68   71.6    90    34.9   2.66 5.64 0.88    1.64   0.04    7.37    1,380
Terrence Williams    78   22.6     261   40.0   103   71.5    31     31    4.46 2.86 0.55    1.59   0.13    8.41    1,379
Anthony Morrow       69   29.2     329   46.8   101   88.6   140    45.6   3.75 1.51 0.94    1.22   0.23   13.03    1,363
Ramon Sessions       82   21.1     253   45.6   167   71.7    1      6.7   2.61 3.15 0.67    1.67   0.06    8.22    1,327
Kevin Martin         46   35.5     289   41.7   298   87.6    70    33.3   3.57 2.41 1.00    2.00   0.13   20.57    1,292
Mike Miller          54   33.4     217   50.1    70   82.4    82     48    6.22 3.94 0.74    2.13   0.22   10.85    1,285
Will Bynum           63   26.4     237   44.4   142   79.8    12    21.8   2.25 4.51 0.86    1.83   0.11    9.97    1,284
Jrue Holiday         73   24.3     230   44.2    65   75.6    62     39    2.62 3.84 1.08    2.12   0.25    8.04    1,280
Richard Hamilton     46   33.7     293   40.9   204   84.6    41    29.7   2.65 4.37 0.65    2.50   0.07   18.07    1,273
Quentin Richardson   76   27.4     242   43.1    52   73.2   142    39.7   4.93 1.25 0.93    0.82   0.24    8.92    1,270
James Harden         76   22.9     233   40.3   194   80.8    93    37.5   3.21 1.80 1.05    1.41   0.26    9.91    1,264
Dahntay Jones        76   24.9     287   46.1   198   77.0    4     12.5   3.01 1.97 0.53    1.68   0.51   10.21    1,256
Arron Afflalo        82   27.2     272   46.5    72   73.5   108    43.4   3.05 1.68 0.56    0.90   0.37    8.83    1,252
Gilbert Arenas       32   36.5     253   41.1   153   73.9    63    34.8   4.19 7.16 1.28    3.66   0.28   22.56    1,247
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Player                  G    MPG      FG FGP        FT   FTP 3PT 3PTP RPG APG             SPG    TPG    BPG    PPG      FPTS
Ben Gordon              62   27.9     291 41.6 198 86.1          75     32.1 1.92 2.68    0.79   1.90   0.10   13.79    1,243
Randy Foye              70   23.8     256 41.4 129 89.0          63     34.6 1.86 3.26    0.47   1.34   0.14   10.06    1,239
C.J. Watson             65   27.5     247 46.8 128 77.1          45      31   2.60 2.77   1.58   1.06   0.12   10.26    1,238
J.J. Redick             82   22.1     243 43.9 191 86.0 111 40.5 1.89 1.93                0.34   0.77   0.05    9.61    1,228
Goran Dragic            80   18.0     222 45.2 117 73.6          74     39.4 2.14 3.01    0.60   1.57   0.10    7.94    1,218
Thabo Sefolosha         82   28.6     194 43.9      60   67.4    41     31.3 4.72 1.77    1.18   1.10   0.55   5.96     1,218
Derek Fisher            82   27.2     212 38.0 113 85.6          78     34.8 2.07 2.45    1.10   0.95   0.11    7.50    1,208
Jose Juan Barea         78   19.8     232 44.0      76   84.4    56     35.7 1.87 3.32    0.45   1.31   0.08    7.64    1,199
Wesley Matthews         82   24.7     273 48.3 160 82.9          63     38.2 2.33 1.51    0.78   1.13   0.18    9.38    1,194
Jason Williams          82   20.8     189 44.4      31   75.6    84      38   1.52 3.63   0.65   1.06   0.04    6.01    1,183
Ronald Murray           75   22.3     268 39.2 141 72.7          69     31.2 2.44 1.79    0.61   1.21   0.21    9.95    1,168
Anthony Parker          81   28.2     206 43.5      75   78.9 108 41.4 2.85 1.94          0.78   0.89   0.23    7.35    1,150
Mario Chalmers          73   24.8     182 40.1      82   74.5    75     31.8 1.85 3.37    1.25   1.68   0.16    7.14    1,128
Mike Dunleavy           67   22.1     229 41.0 133 84.2          75     31.8 3.52 1.54    0.57   1.07   0.24    9.94    1,090
Shannon Brown           82   20.8     253 42.7      99   81.8    62     32.8 2.21 1.32    0.71   0.82   0.37    8.13    1,085
Delonte West            60   25.0     194 44.5 115 81.0          25     32.5 2.82 3.27    0.92   1.50   0.47    8.80    1,082
Ronnie Brewer           58   30.0     209 48.7      85   63.9     8     25.8 3.22 2.66    1.57   0.91   0.24    8.81    1,058
Chase Budinger          74   20.2     249 44.1      67   77.0    92     36.9 2.97 1.19    0.46   0.65   0.15    8.88    1,050
Willie Green            73   21.3     248 45.7      95   83.3    47     34.6 1.77 2.07    0.44   0.92   0.15    8.74    1,045
Ty Lawson               65   20.3     201 51.5 106 75.7          34      41   1.91 3.12   0.74   1.26   0.03    8.34    1,040
Jerryd Bayless          74   17.6     200 41.4 201 83.1          29     31.5 1.62 2.32    0.35   1.27   0.07    8.51    1,031
Chris Douglas-Roberts   67   25.9     255 44.5 133 84.7          14     25.9 2.96 1.39    0.82   1.45   0.28    9.81    1,018
Eric Maynor             81   15.7     154 41.8      52   72.2    22      31   1.59 3.28   0.49   1.05   0.12    4.72    1,008
Carlos Arroyo           72   22.0     178 47.5      76   84.4     7      28   1.79 3.10   0.50   0.75   0.08    6.10    1,002
DeMar DeRozan           77   21.6     255 49.9 148 76.3           4      25   2.90 0.69   0.56   0.81   0.23    8.60     990
Damien Wilkins          80   19.8     165 43.3 103 79.8          18     29.5 3.11 1.69    0.82   0.95   0.31    5.64     985
Nate Robinson           56   20.0     215 43.6      50   74.6    87      39   1.96 2.91   0.88   1.30   0.09   10.12     984
D.J. Augustin           80   18.4     168 38.6 102 77.9          70     39.3 1.21 2.41    0.56   0.93   0.06    6.35     967
Jordan Farmar           82   18.0     224 43.5      57   67.1    86     37.6 1.60 1.55    0.63   0.88   0.12    7.21     966
T.J. Ford               47   25.3     186 44.5 104 77.0           8      16   3.17 3.83   0.94   1.91   0.21   10.30     957
Roger Mason Jr.         79   19.2     193 38.9      27   79.4    88     33.3 2.05 1.73    0.38   0.75   0.18    6.34     922
Rudy Fernandez          62   23.3     160 37.8      85   86.7    98     36.8 2.65 2.03    1.00   1.16   0.18    8.11     920
Sonny Weems             69   19.8     236 51.5      44   68.8     2     13.3 2.78 1.46    0.57   0.94   0.36    7.51     911
Sergio Rodriguez        66   15.9     167 47.6      68   73.1    32     35.2 1.35 3.21    0.76   1.73   0.08    6.58     888
Rafer Alston            52   27.4     155 34.8      59   72.8    58     34.5 2.48 3.38    0.96   1.83   0.19    8.21     873
Larry Hughes            45   24.7     137 35.5      94   83.2    43     30.9 3.16 3.04    1.16   1.67   0.33    9.13     819
Nick Young              74   19.3     233 41.8 104 80.0          69     40.6 1.38 0.66    0.36   0.76   0.11   8.64      818
Earl Boykins            67   16.7     172 42.8      77   86.5    19     31.7 1.12 2.55    0.36   1.04   0.04    6.57     814
Toney Douglas           56   19.5     179 45.8      55   80.9    68     38.9 1.93 2.00    0.75   0.98   0.05    8.59     803
Charlie Bell            71   22.8     169 38.1      48   71.6    73     36.5 1.86 1.46    0.55   0.76   0.17    6.46     796
Wayne Ellington         76   18.2     190 42.4      61   87.1    64     39.5 2.09 0.97    0.26   0.96   0.07    6.64     764
Eddie House             68   17.9     173 38.0      48   92.3    79     34.8 1.60 1.25    0.59   0.69   0.10    6.96     752
Antoine Wright          67   20.7     162 40.6      53   68.8    58     33.5 2.84 1.06    0.45   0.87   0.16    6.49     750
Maurice Evans           79   16.7     175 44.5      46   75.4    57     33.7 1.95 0.61    0.43   0.25   0.22    5.73     734
Marco Belinelli         66   17.0     154 40.6 101 83.5          60      38   1.44 1.35   0.64   0.91   0.08    7.11     729
Keith Bogans            79   19.8     120 40.3      37   74.0    70     35.7 2.23 1.20    0.57   0.67   0.15    4.39     717
A.J. Price              56   15.4     145 41.0      60   80.0    60     34.5 1.57 1.89    0.62   1.05   0.05    7.32     689
Keyon Dooling           53   18.4     129 39.8      47   77.0    59     37.6 1.02 2.55    0.64   1.11   0.00    6.87     663
Kyle Korver             52   18.3     138 49.3      39   79.6    59     53.6 2.13 1.71    0.50   0.81   0.23    7.19     659
Allen Iverson           28   30.9     136 43.0 104 79.4           9      36   2.82 4.04   0.68   2.29   0.07   13.75     647
Marcus Williams         62   14.1     104 38.4      37   67.3    24     29.6 1.50 2.60    0.52   1.19   0.02    4.34     643
Tony Allen              54   16.5     129 51.0      72   60.5     0      0    2.69 1.33   1.09   1.22   0.35    6.11     631
Devin Brown             50   21.2     136 37.7      69   80.2    58     35.4 2.50 1.30    0.66   1.24   0.12    7.98     631
Nicolas Batum           37   24.8     139 51.9      43   84.3    54     40.9 3.81 1.19    0.65   0.73   0.68   10.14     626
Roddy Beaubois          56   12.5     155 51.8      42   80.8    45     40.9 1.39 1.32    0.52   0.96   0.21    7.09     610
Leandro Barbosa         44   17.8     155 42.5      64   87.7    44     32.4 1.57 1.45    0.52   1.05   0.27    9.50     604
Anthony Carter          54   15.9      76   42.0    11   84.6    17      27   1.65 2.96   0.72   1.07   0.24    3.33     583
Jannero Pargo           63   13.1     132 34.6      42   93.3    38     27.5 1.24 1.43    0.46   0.79   0.03    5.46     583
Ronnie Price            60   13.5      98   40.5    41   69.5    18     28.6 1.23 2.05    0.67   0.93   0.22    4.25     572
Daniel Gibson           56   19.2     125 46.6      34   69.4    71     47.7 1.30 1.25    0.45   0.64   0.12    6.34     564
Jerry Stackhouse        42   20.3     129 40.8      55   79.7    45     34.6 2.38 1.67    0.50   1.57   0.21    8.52     562
Shaun Livingston        36   22.1     104 51.7      42   87.5     0      0    2.17 3.58   0.47   1.61   0.31    6.94     556
Luther Head             47   17.4     136 43.7      48   82.8    37     35.2 1.70 1.53    0.38   1.17   0.19    7.60     553
Jarvis Hayes            45   23.0     138 42.1      14   77.8    60     33.5 2.40 0.89    0.64   0.62   0.20    7.78     548
Morris Peterson         46   21.2     116 38.5      33   61.1    62     36.3 2.74 0.89    0.54   0.59   0.11    7.11     538
Jeff Teague             71   10.1      90   39.6    41   83.7     7     21.9 0.94 1.72    0.48   0.70   0.15    3.21     534
Tracy McGrady           30   22.5      91   38.7    47   74.6    16      25   3.13 3.30   0.50   1.47   0.47    8.17     522
Marquis Daniels         51   18.4     124 49.8      34   60.7     6     21.4 1.86 1.29    0.55   0.82   0.12    5.65     507
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Player              G    MPG      FG    FGP     FT    FTP    3PT   3PTP    RPG    APG    SPG    TPG    BPG PPG       FPTS
Bill Walker         35   21.9     120   51.7    39   79.6     50    43.1   2.51   1.14   0.66   0.80   0.09 9.40      495
Sebastian Telfair   43   15.4      83   41.3    29   78.4     13    23.2   1.05   2.93   0.56   1.16   0.12 4.84      484
Sasha Pavlovic      71   12.3     109   36.3    10   38.5     35    29.7   1.65   0.82   0.32   0.75   0.08 3.70      472
Stephen Graham      70   11.5     119   49.6    42   64.6     16     32    1.93   0.33   0.29   0.53   0.14 4.23      470
Jodie Meeks         60   12.0     104   38.8    31   79.5     42    31.8   1.65   0.65   0.30   0.42   0.08 4.68      456
Bobby Brown         45   11.5      88   37.1    13   86.7     26    26.5   0.84   1.96   0.33   1.02   0.02 4.78      399
Daequan Cook        45   15.4      81   32.0    21   84.0     40    31.7   1.82   0.96   0.31   0.53   0.22 4.96      391
Jamaal Tinsley      38   15.5      52   37.1    22   81.5     7     17.9   1.74   2.84   0.84   1.66   0.13 3.50      389
Francisco Garcia    25   23.0      82   46.6    15   88.2     23     39    2.64   1.80   0.40   0.84   0.76 8.08      366
Chucky Atkins       40   16.1      57   36.3    25   92.6     22    30.1   0.72   2.27   0.45   0.80   0.00 4.03      358
Sasha Vujacic       67    8.6      66   40.2    28   84.8     25    30.9   1.18   0.61   0.30   0.25   0.06 2.76      353
Michael Redd        18   27.4      75   35.2    47   71.2     18     30    3.00   2.11   1.06   0.83   0.11 11.94     351
DeShawn Stevenson   64   13.9      46   28.2    25   71.4     19    21.8   1.42   0.88   0.25   0.47   0.09 2.12      331
Anthony Johnson     31   13.1      49   44.1    19   95.0     13    33.3   1.55   2.03   0.35   0.84   0.03 4.19      290
Mardy Collins       43   10.9      47   36.7    13   61.9     4     23.5   1.16   1.02   0.53   0.74   0.02 2.58      241
Sundiata Gaines     32    6.8      38   46.3    23   50.0     7     26.9   0.91   1.22   0.38   0.44   0.00 3.31      211
Garrett Temple      27   12.3      44   43.6    35   70.0     13    35.1   1.15   0.78   0.48   1.00   0.22 5.04      201
Jermaine Taylor     31    9.7      45   37.8    33   71.7     5     22.7   1.48   0.52   0.32   0.61   0.10 4.13      200
Gerald Henderson    43    8.3      37   35.6    35   74.5     4     21.1   1.28   0.30   0.23   0.33   0.21 2.63      199
Royal Ivey          44    7.5      35   42.2     9    75.0    14     40    0.77   0.61   0.43   0.25   0.05 2.11      191
Malik Hairston      47    6.7      40   52.6    17   56.7     2     18.2   1.04   0.34   0.09   0.23   0.19 2.11      182
Marcus Banks        22   11.0      39   53.4    24   82.8     7     29.2   1.05   1.18   0.55   0.91   0.09 4.95      178
Acie Law            26    9.0      35   46.7    38   77.6     5     31.2   0.65   1.00   0.42   0.65   0.04 4.35      177
Quinton Ross        52   10.8      40   36.0     8    57.1    4      19    0.94   0.23   0.25   0.21   0.12 1.77      173
J.R. Giddens        32    7.4      28   46.7    13   56.5     0       0    1.59   0.41   0.28   0.53   0.06 2.16      140
Chris Quinn         25    9.0      20   35.7     6   100.0    10    31.2   0.64   1.16   0.36   0.40   0.04 2.24      130
Alonzo Gee          11   16.5      28   47.5    18   62.1     7     77.8   3.00   0.64   0.64   0.91   0.09 7.36      126
Raja Bell           6    30.2      28   45.9     3   100.0    12    44.4   3.83   2.17   0.67   0.83   0.33 11.83     121
Kevin Ollie         25   10.6      18   40.0     8   100.0    0       0    1.00   0.80   0.36   0.20   0.00 1.76      113
Lester Hudson       25    5.2      21   39.6    11   84.6     5     31.2   0.68   0.52   0.32   0.56   0.12 2.32       98
Kyle Weaver         12   12.1      12   36.4     5    83.3    7     36.8   1.50   0.92   0.50   0.33   0.50 3.00       84
Mario West          39    3.6      12   57.1     6    60.0    0       0    0.69   0.23   0.21   0.18   0.00 0.77       76
Danny Green         20    5.8      15   38.5     4    66.7    6     27.3   0.85   0.25   0.30   0.25   0.15 2.00       71
Coby Karl           7    16.1      11   34.4     4    66.7    2     18.2   2.57   2.14   0.43   1.43   0.14 4.00       70
Matt Carroll        25    4.8      18   36.0     6   100.0    4     21.1   0.48   0.24   0.20   0.28   0.00 1.84       68
Roko Ukic           13    7.3      14   46.7     9    81.8    3      25    0.23   0.92   0.08   0.46   0.00 3.08       62
Othyus Jeffers      14    5.1      12   41.4    13   68.4     0       0    1.36   0.07   0.29   0.43   0.00 2.64       56
Cedric Jackson      12    6.2      6    30.0     7    58.3    1     16.7   0.67   1.17   0.25   0.92   0.17 1.67       50
Lindsey Hunter      13    9.5      5    16.7     2   100.0    1      7.7   1.08   0.69   0.08   0.31   0.00 1.00       42
Patrick Mills       10    3.9      10   41.7     4    57.1    2      50    0.20   0.50   0.00   0.40   0.00 2.60       34
Travis Diener       9     5.6      2    20.0     1    25.0    1     14.3   0.33   0.89   0.44   0.00   0.00 0.67       29
Mike James          4    11.5      6    30.0     4    50.0    2     33.3   0.75   1.25   0.75   1.25   0.00 4.50       29
Desmond Mason       5    13.2      5    41.7     3    75.0    0       0    2.60   0.40   0.20   0.80   0.20 2.60       28
Kareem Rush         7     8.1      4    36.4     0     0.0    1     33.3   0.86   0.57   0.29   0.43   0.43 1.29       25
Mike Wilks          4    14.8      6    50.0     2    50.0    2     66.7   1.00   1.00   0.00   1.00   0.00 4.00       24
Will Conroy         5     7.2      3    30.0     0     0.0    0       0    0.60   1.40   0.00   0.80   0.00 1.20       19
Jason Hart          5     4.4      1    50.0     0     0.0    0       0    0.40   1.20   0.40   0.60   0.20 0.40       16
Oliver Lafayette    1    22.0      3    50.0     0     0.0    1      50    4.00   2.00   0.00   1.00   0.00 7.00       14
Antonio Anderson    1    15.0      1    33.3     0     0.0    0       0    1.00   0.00   0.00   1.00   0.00 2.00       2
JamesOn Curry       1     0.0      0     0.0     0     0.0    0       0    0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 0.00       0




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