Dwight Howard should be among the league leaders in rebounds, but owners will have to stomach a miserable free throw percentage.
LaMarcus Aldridge is primed for another solid fantasy season and is a safe early-round investment.
LeBron James continues to put up elite numbers across all categories and makes a strong case for the No. 1 overall pick.
Dwyane Wade can still put up elite stats and he could be one of the top early-round bargains if he can stay healthy.
Kyrie Irving is a top-tier PG option, but given his injury history, using an early pick involves some risk.
DeMarcus Cousins did not quite live up to his high draft pick last season, but he is still one of the top center options.
Kevin Love is out top-ranked power forward and will be taken in the middle of the first round in most fantasy drafts.
Kevin Durant’s elite production across multiple categories will make him the first or second overall pick in fantasy drafts.
Coming off a breakout season, James Harden is in the discussion as a top-3 overall pick behind LeBron James and Kevin Durant.
Chris Paul is our top-ranked point guard and will likely be a top-5 overall pick in all fantasy formats.