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10/13 - Christian Wood

Wood went undrafted this summer but found a way onto the Philadelphia 76ers. As is always the case in Philly, an unheralded rookie like this may well find a spot in the rotation. Keep an eye on him if you're looking for frontcourt help.Christian Wood profile page

10/13 - Russell Westbrook

It's not that Westbrook was a fluke last year, but it's going to be impossible for him to play at the statistical level of last season moving forward with Kevin Durant back on the court. His usage is going to take a big hit, and while he will still be an elite player, you would be smart not to expect last year's line. (DH)Russell Westbrook profile page

10/13 - LaMarcus Aldridge

Aldridge's move to San Antonio should keep his owners on their toes this year, but there shouldn't be any concern that his minutes will decrease. Aldridge is in his prime still, and Popovic historically played Duncan, Ginobli, and Parker tons of minutes when they were more capable of doing so. Draft with confidence, as his numbers should be similar to last year. (DH)LaMarcus Aldridge profile page

10/12 - Victor Oladipo

Oladipo took some steps forward last year and ended up averaging 18 points per game to go along with 4 boards and 4 assists. It wouldn't be a surprise to see him improve gain upon all those numbers. After a somewhat slow start last season, it's more likely he starts strong this year and doesn't look back. Draft with confidence in his third year.(DH)Victor Oladipo profile page

10/12 - Tony Wroten

Wroten suffered through some injury issues last year, which has made him somewhat of a forgotten man in Philly. He's returning from an ACL tear,so he probably won't be at full strength for a while and will miss the beginning of the season. You probably don't have to draft him, but don't forget about him! He could be an interesting free agent pick-up later in the season. (DH)Tony Wroten profile page

10/12 - Kendall Marshall

Marshall could provide some sneaky depth at your guard position deep in drafts this year. The Sixers point guard situation is a mess, but it at least provides Marshall with the best opportunity he's had yet in his career. He has to compete with Tony Wroten and Isaiah Canaan, but he is the best distributor of the three and that could come into play. (DH)Kendall Marshall profile page

10/12 - Matt Barnes

Matt Barnes has mostly been fantasy irrelevant throughout his career, and it's unlikely he carves out much of a role in his first year with the Grizzlies. However, if you despise Derek Fisher for some reason, it wouldn't hurt to have Barnes on your squad to provide some team spirit, based on the strange confrontation between the two. (DH)Matt Barnes profile page

10/12 - Justin Holiday

Holiday appeared on the court sparingly throughout the season for the Golden State Warriors last year, but has now moved onto Atlanta. It's unlikely he makes a big enough dent to be of any fantasy value, even though he was relatively efficient in minimal minutes last season. (DH)Justin Holiday profile page

10/09 - Aaron Harrison

Though he went undrafted, Harrison remains an intriguing fantasy pickup because of his background as a highly regarded high school prospect with an equally celebrated twin brother and a member of the Kentucky Wildcats. Keep an eye on the Charlotte Hornets' rotation to see if he finds a way to contribute.Aaron Harrison profile page

10/09 - Jonathan Holmes

The Los Angeles Lakers have added undrafted grinder Holmes to what could be quite the intriguing 2015-16 roster. If he finds his way into L.A.'s rotation, he could be worth a look in deep leagues that need to fill minutes.Jonathan Holmes profile page

10/09 - Jonathan Simmons

After his impressive showing at Summer League, the San Antonio Spurs decided to bring Simmons aboard for the regular season. The shooting guard has shown that he's capable of putting the ball in the net when given the opportunity, so keep an eye on Gregg Popovich's rotation throughout the season.Jonathan Simmons profile page

10/02 - Kyle Singler

Singler received a surprise 5 year, 25 million dollar contract from the Thunder this season, so they must have really liked what he gave them last year in Durant's absence. He averaged over 20 minutes per game last season, though he will not get that much this season. He will serve as a good back-up for the Thunder, but not for your fantasy starters. (DH)Kyle Singler profile page

10/02 - Serge Ibaka

Serge Ibaka was relied on to score last year more than ever before, and we think that hurt his game overall. With KD returning this season, we'd bet the house on Ibaka returning to form and more. Don't be surprised if he surpasses 3 blocks per game again, and his field goal percentage is certain to get back up too without over 3 3-pointers attempted per game. Consider that he averaged .7 3-point shots per game the prior 2 years. The Durant injury really buried the Thunder last year. (DH)Serge Ibaka profile page

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NBA Leaders


1st Star

Russell WestbrookRussell
  • 1.62 FPPM
  • 55.6 Total
  • 28.1 points
  • 7.3 rebounds
  • 8.6 assists

    2nd Star

    DeMarcus CousinsDeMarcus
    • 1.54 FPPM
    • 52.5 Total
    • 24.1 points
    • 12.7 rebounds
    • 3.6 assists

      3rd Star

      Anthony DavisAnthony
      • 1.48 FPPM
      • 53.6 Total
      • 24.4 points
      • 10.2 rebounds
      • 2.2 assists