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Position: PG/SG Team: Charlotte Hornets Draft Spot: 1.11 Analysis: There were plenty of question marks surrounding Monk's draft stock. He's listed as a shooting guard, but he is a bit small at only 6'3". Some teams project him as a point guard, but he did not display traditional skills of a point guard. Even though he is seen as... Read More

Position: SG Team: Detroit Pistons Draft Spot: 1.12 Analysis: Kennard enjoyed a dominant season, in which he took over as the leader of Duke's offense. He saw a massive increase in production, as he increased his averages of points, rebounds, assists, and three-point percentage. He is arguably the best pure shooter in this draft, and he flashed the potential to... Read More

Position: PG/SG Team: Utah Jazz Draft Spot: 1.13 Analysis: For quite some time, Mitchell was seen as a second round pick, but there were rumblings that he could work his way into the top-10 slightly before the draft. That obviously never came to fruition, but he he did help his stock quite a bit while showing off his... Read More

Position: PF Team: Los Angeles Lakers Draft Spot: 1.27 Analysis: Every year there is a player that is drafted significantly later than they should be and they become a dark horse for the Rookie of the Year award. This year, that honor belongs to Kyle Kuzma. He was not a hot prospect coming out of college, but he has... Read More

Position: PF/C Team: Portland Blazers Draft Spot: 1.26 Analysis: Swanigan is a player that was dominant in the NCAA, but did not project well in the NBA. That caused him to slide on draft day, but he was still selected in the late first round. It seems as if those skills have translated to the NBA, though, as Damian... Read More

Position: C Team: Brooklyn Nets Draft Spot: 1.22 Analysis: Allen was somewhat of a surprising entering the draft, but he came with great high school pedigree. He enjoyed success at Texas, but was not able to carry the team the way many scouts believed he was capable of. Still, he was drafted in the first round by the Brooklyn... Read More

Position: C Team: Miami Heat Draft Spot: 1.14 Analysis: Adebayo was a player that teams either seemed to fall in love with or absolutely hate. There were reports that some teams saw him as a potential top-10 pick, while other teams had a second round grade on him. It only takes one team to take a chance on a... Read More

Position: PF Team: Atlanta Hawks Draft Spot: 1.19 Analysis: Collins was one of the favorite prospects in the draft. He fell a bit because he did not necessarily project as well as others in the draft. He also faced slightly lesser competition at times last season while playing for Wake Forest. He was drafted into a great situation in... Read More

Position: PF Team: Milwaukee Bucks Draft Spot: 1.17 Analysis: Wilson is the exact type of player that the Bucks love drafting. He's a 6'9" player that has ball skills and shooting range. Does this remind you of anyone? How about Giannis Antetokounmpo? Wilson is a bit smaller and does not quite project the same as Antetokounmpo, but it makes... Read More

Position: SF Team: Sacramento Kings Draft Spot: 1.15 Analysis: Jackson is a three-year starter at North Carolina that progressed in each of his seasons. He ended his career as the ACC Player of the Year, which was no easy feat with players like Luke Kennard and Dennis Smith Jr. also gaining votes. Ultimately, Jackson was drafted by the Sacramento... Read More

Position: C Team: Portland Blazers Draft Spot: 1.10 Analysis: Collins was expected to go between picks 10-15, so this was not unexpected. Some would argue that he should have fell because of his inability to win a starting role as a freshman at Gonzaga. That is a bit of a crazy analysis, though, as Gonzaga was an extremely deep... Read More

Position: PG Team: Dallas Mavericks Draft Spot: 1.09 Analysis: Smith and Frank Ntilikina were seen as the two prospects that were going to be selected with the eighth and ninth picks. Ntilikina was selected eighth overall, followed by Smith with the ninth pick. Both are in great situations, though, and Smith could potentially have been selected into the better... Read More

Position: PG Team: New York Knicks Draft Spot: 1.08 Analysis: There were rumblings for weeks before the draft that the Knicks were targeting either Ntilikina or Dennis Smith Jr. with the eighth overall pick. Unsurprisingly, both players were available with the pick. It also was not very shocking that the Knicks opted for Ntilikina, as there were rumors that... Read More

Position: PF Team: Chicago Bulls Draft Spot: 1.07 Analysis: Markkanen was seen as a lottery pick, but most mock drafts predicted he would not be selected in the top-10 picks. It was far from shocking that the Bulls opted to draft one of the best big men in the draft after trading Taj Gibson to the Thunder. This is... Read More

Position: SF/PF Team: Orlando Magic Draft Spot: 1.06 Analysis: Isaac was a player that was being mocked as high as the top-3 to outside of the top-10. He is an extremely athletic prospect that comes with plenty of untapped potential. With that being said, he is entirely too small for the NBA right now, and he will need to... Read More

Position: SF/PF Team: Phoenix Suns Draft Spot: 1.04 Analysis: Jackson is a player that could have been drafted higher, but he essentially made the decision of what team he wanted to go to. The Boston Celtics tried to bring Jackson in for a workout and interview, but he refused. It was suggested that he wanted to play for Phoenix,... Read More

Position: PG Team: Sacramento Kings Draft Spot: 1.05 Analysis: Fox was one of the top prospects in the NBA Draft. He could have been taken first overall if this draft was not loaded with point guards. Fox consistently stated that he felt he was the best overall player in the draft and that he would prove it throughout his... Read More

Position: SF/PF Team: Boston Celtics Draft Spot: 1.03 Analysis: There were plenty of question marks surrounding Tatum on draft night. Some organizations saw Tatum as the best player in the draft, while others did not even believe he was the best at his position. The Celtics were happy with taking the most NBA ready prospect, though, making Tatum the... Read More

Position: PG Team: Los Angeles Lakers Draft Spot: 1.02 Analysis: Ball was expected to be the second overall pick throughout the process, but there were a few times he was questioned. The Lakers then opted to trade D'Angelo Russell to the Brooklyn Nets, which certified they were after a point guard. At that point, it was just a formality... Read More

Position: PG Team: Philadelphia 76ers Draft Spot: 1.01 Analysis: Fultz was the favorite to be the first overall selection on draft night for quite a while before he even announced he was entering the draft. The Philadelphia 76ers needed a point guard worse than anyone in the draft, and Fultz was widely seen as the top prospect. It was... Read More

Last year’s crop of rookie centers were so good they managed to breathe some new life into a "dying" position. Karl-Anthony Towns, Nikola Jokic, Myles Turner, and Jahlil Okafor all paid immediate dividends to not only the teams that drafted them but also any fantasy owners smart enough to snatch the young big men up.... Read More

Rookies in fantasy basketball aren't like the high impact rookies you'll find in fantasy football or baseball.  In most standard leagues you can get away with ignoring rookies.  Even LeBron James wasn't all that great of a fantasy player in his rookie year. However, with more and more fantasy owners playing in dynasties, keeper leagues,... Read More

In preparation for the 2016-17 Fantasy Basketball season, it's time to get to know some of the new guys in the player pool.  The 2015 draft brought in a massive influx of fantasy relevant NBA talent, from a burgeoning super-star at the top of the draft (Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns) to a hidden jewel in the... Read More

In preparation for the 2016-17 Fantasy Basketball season, it's time to get to know some of the new guys in the player pool.  The 2015 draft brought in a massive influx of fantasy relevant NBA talent, from a burgeoning super-star at the top of the draft (Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns) to a hidden jewel in the... Read More

In preparation for the 2016-17 Fantasy Basketball season, it's time to get to know some of the new guys in the player pool.  The 2015 draft brought in a massive influx of fantasy relevant NBA talent, from a burgeoning super-star at the top of the draft (Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns) to a hidden jewel in the... Read More

In preparation for the 2016-17 Fantasy Basketball season, it's time to get to know some of the new guys in the player pool.  The 2015 draft brought in a massive influx of fantasy relevant NBA talent, from a burgeoning super-star at the top of the draft (Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns) to a hidden jewel in the... Read More

In preparation for the 2016-17 Fantasy Basketball season, it's time to get to know some of the new guys in the player pool.  The 2015 draft brought in a massive influx of fantasy relevant NBA talent, from a burgeoning super-star at the top of the draft (Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns) to a hidden jewel in the... Read More

In preparation for the 2016-17 Fantasy Basketball season, it's time to get to know some of the new guys in the player pool.  The 2015 draft brought in a massive influx of fantasy relevant NBA talent, from a burgeoning super-star at the top of the draft (Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns) to a hidden jewel in the... Read More

In preparation for the 2016-17 Fantasy Basketball season, it's time to get to know some of the new guys in the player pool.  The 2015 draft brought in a massive influx of fantasy relevant NBA talent, from a burgeoning super-star at the top of the draft (Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns) to a hidden jewel in the... Read More

In preparation for the 2016-17 Fantasy Basketball season, it's time to get to know some of the new guys in the player pool.  The 2015 draft brought in a massive influx of fantasy relevant NBA talent, from a burgeoning super-star at the top of the draft (Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns) to a hidden jewel in the... Read More

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