Fantasy Basketball Rankings, Sleepers, Waiver Wire Work and more. This data is compiled from several sources related to fantasy basketball.
Kevin Durant-Durant takes over the top spot with impressive performances this past week.
Kobe Bryant-Still in the top three, the Lakers made it to .500 and he’s still one of the best.
Chris Paul-Proves why he’s the top point guard in the NBA with over nine assists per game.
LeBron James-In the top five no doubt, but with considerable competition behind him.
James Harden-Hot on King James’ trail, The Beard takes over the number six spot this week.
Carmelo Anthony-Still scoring with the best of them, he put on a show for the Lakers on Christmas day.
Tim Duncan-The best big man in the league,but there are other bigs who just might surpass him this year.
David Lee-Your go to guy for double-doubles this year. He puts up 20 and 10 nearly every night.
Stephen Curry-Hitting threes at a rapid pace, Curry secures a spot in the top ten.
Nicolas Batum- He’s lighting up the stat sheet once again and really deserves to be in the top ten of fantasy basketball.
Waiver Wire Work -Stats are over the last 7 day period, not a season average.
Ramon Sessions-He’s shooting good and putting up over fourteen points a game along with a steal and a three.
Mario Chalmers-Giving you nine points, two rebounds, and two assists per game while hitting almost two threes and two steals.
Thabo Sefalosha-He does give you a steal and a three per game while shooting good.
Shane Battier-He has been putting up decent numbers with his minutes while getting in two threes and a block which a great line in fantasy basketball.
Patrick Patterson-He’s out for the next three games for the Rockets, but once he’s back he should be in every lineup.
Marcus Camby-He’s only playing eight minutes a game, but once he gets more minutes he could be a good pick from the waiver wire.
Marco Belinelli-He’s getting more playing time and will have some good games in the near future.
Matt Bonner-If he could get more playing time he could be worth a look in deeper leagues.
Rodney Stuckey-He’s playing good and can be found for a bargain right now on some waivers.
As is the case with fantasy basketball, you must avoid injuries to be successful. Here are some players who are injured but could eventually help your team.
Chris Bosh-He missed one game with an illness, but he is back in action now.
Anderson Verejao-He has a right knee injury and it is uncertain as to when he’ll return.
Kyle Lowry-He has a torn tricep and should not be in any lineups.
Tyreke Evans-He has a sore left knee and could return to action Friday against the Knicks.
Mo Williams-He is out indefinitely after injuring his right thumb.
Glen Davis-He is out four to six weeks with a left shoulder strain.
Gerald Henderson-He is day to day with a shin contusion.
Andrea Bargnani-He has a sore right elbow and it is unclear when he’ll return to the court.
Trending Upwards- In fantasy basketball, you must find the one guy off the waiver every year who will produce for you.
Robin Lopez-Averaging eighteen points and eight rebounds and three blocks over the last week.
Bernard James-Averaging twelve points, nine rebounds, an assist, a steal and three blocks this past week.
Shane Battier-He is hitting two three-pointers a game but he can do a little bit of everything.
Marcus Morris-He’s averaging two threes and a block a game to go along with thirteen points, three rebounds and two assists a game over the last week.
John Salmons-He’s putting up twelve points, five rebounds and five assists per game since last week.
Jordan Hill-He’s giving you seven points and five rebounds while shooting good from the field and the free throw line.