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The Top 250 Players of 2013-14

Curious about which players contributed the most to fantasy teams in 2013-14? Look no further. What follows is a list of the top 250 - yes, 250 - ranked with commentary. Read more →

NBA Leaders


1st Star

  • 1.49 FPPM
  • Total
  • 22.7 points
  • 11.7 rebounds
  • 2.9 assists

    2nd Star

    • 1.48 FPPM
    • Total
    • 26.1 points
    • 12.5 rebounds
    • 4.5 assists

      3rd Star

      • 1.43 FPPM
      • Total
      • 21.8 points
      • 5.7 rebounds
      • 6.9 assists
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        7/18 - Kyle Anderson

        Kyle Anderson has two years of college experience and finds himself backing up Kawhi Leonard in San Antonio. If the wing passes Gregg Popvich's test he could be an intriguing reserve player in some deep league formats.Kyle Anderson profile page

        7/18 - Josh Huestis

        There's no guarantee that Josh Huestis cracks Oklahoma City's rotation and that significantly limits his fantasy value. Maybe he'll climb a few spots in the depth chart over the course of the season, but until he does, there's no reason to act prematurely.Josh Huestis profile page

        7/18 - CJ Wilcox

        C.J. Wilcox oughta be quite happy with where he ended up in this year's NBA Draft. The intriguing perimeter prospect could even break into the Clippers' rotation if he plays his cards right. He won't dominate the fantasy basketball scene off the bat, but that doesn't mean he's not still worth keeping tabs on.CJ Wilcox profile page

        7/18 - Bogdan Bogdanovic

        Bogdan Bogdanovic and Bojan Bogdanovic are two different people. Now that we have that settled, we can move on to the fact that this one won't be playing in the NBA this year. He may one day be an intriguing wing player on the Phoenix Suns, but it's unlikely that that will come before 2016.Bogdan Bogdanovic profile page

        7/18 - PJ Hairston

        P.J. Hairston played when in the D-League last year, but don't expect him to run away with a spot in the rotation for the Charlotte Hornets this year. The recently renamed Bobcats are looking surprisingly well-balanced this year and have two capable vets ready and waiting to play the two. Hairston has a ton of talent, but he's fighting an uphill battle to prove that he has the attitude to thrive at the professional level.PJ Hairston profile page

        7/18 - Clint Capela

        It's hard to imagine that Clint Capela will be much of a game changer in Houston's crowded front court this season. The Swiss big man is an impressive athlete, but we'd hold off before using up a roster spot on a player who won't likely see much action.Clint Capela profile page

        7/18 - Shabazz Napier

        The Miami Heat brought back Mario Chalmers and still have Norris Cole, but that won't stop people from advocating for Shabazz Napier to be involved in the offense. Napier was a college star at Connecticut and could end up being a significant part of Miami's Post-LBJ Era rebuild, but don't assume that it's guaranteed. This will be an odd year in South Beach.Shabazz Napier profile page
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