2010 Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Centers

Oct 8, 2010


Here’s a look at my 2010-11 fantasy power forward rankings.

  1. Amar’e Stoudemire:  I’m expecting big things in New York.
  2. Pau Gasol:  Proved he’s more than just Kobe’s sidekick.
  3. Dwight Howard:  FT% keeps him from being #1.
  4. Brook Lopez:  Does everything well.
  5. David Lee:  Should still put up big numbers with Golden State.
  6. Chris Bosh:  Numbers take a hit teaming with LeBron and Wade.
  7. Zach Randolph:  Always seems to produce despite being overlooked.
  8. Andrea Bargnani:  Should be focal point of Toronto’s offense.
  9. Al Jefferson:  Great fit in Utah.
  10. Tim Duncan:  Doesn’t produce like before, but still a quality #1 center.
  11. Carlos Boozer:  Health is his only issue.
  12. Kevin Love:  Could be huge if Minnesota uses him properly.
  13. Al Horford:  Not a sexy pick, but a great foundation.
  14. Marc Gasol:  Made great strides last year. Could be even better.
  15. Nene Hilario:  Injury issues seem to be behind him.
  16. LaMarcus Aldridge:  Could lose production if Oden ever plays.
  17. Andray Blatche:  Arenas’s return should hurt his scoring.
  18. Troy Murphy:  Move to New Jersey shouldn’t hurt his value.
  19. Paul Millsap:  Would have ranked him higher if Big Al wasn’t there.
  20. Joakim Noah:  Boozer’s arrival will hurt his production.
  21. Marcus Camby:  Health plus crowded frontcourt could be issues.
  22. Chris Kaman:  Clippers will have more scoring options this year.
  23. Channing Frye:  Big three-point lift from center position.
  24. Luis Scola:  Should continue to develop into solid big man.
  25. Andrew Bynum:  If only he could stay healthy.

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