2010 Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Point Guards

Sep 24, 2010

Here’s a look at my 2010-11 fantasy point guard rankings.

  1. Chris Paul:  Assuming he can stay healthy, CP3 is back.
  2. Dwyane Wade:  LeBron will take away points and assists.
  3. Deron Williams:  Should pick up scoring slack with Boozer in Chicago.
  4. Stephen Curry:  Does it all. Perfect fit in Golden State.
  5. Rajon Rondo:  Triple-doubles and tons of steals.
  6. Tyreke Evans:  20-5-5 guy that doesn’t have to share.
  7. Jason Kidd:  Didn’t get the memo that he’s 37.
  8. Steve Nash:  Will miss Amar’e, but he’ll get by.
  9. Russell Westbrook:  Quietly does it all.
  10. Derrick Rose:  Ready to go to the next level with Boozer.
  11. Chauncey Billups:  Will have to step up if Melo gets dealt.
  12. Jrue Holiday:  Was a beast down the stretch. Should only get better.
  13. Monta Ellis:  Health is always an issue with Ellis, but he can ball.
  14. Baron Davis:  When healthy can do it all.
  15. Aaron Brooks:  Really stepped up his game last year.
  16. Darren Collison:  Gets the chance to shine out of CP3′s shadow.
  17. Brandon Jennings:  Will need to improve his FG% to rise.
  18. Gilbert Arenas:  Should score a ton if healthy and unarmed.
  19. Devin Harris:  Somewhat disappointing last year. Should bounce back.
  20. Raymond Felton:  Should excel in D’Antoni’s system.
  21. Mo Williams:  Someone will have to produce in Cleveland.
  22. Tony Parker:  Should bounce back from disappointing season.
  23. Jamal Crawford:  Points and threes.  Little else.
  24. John Wall:  Will have growing pains, but rookie will shine.
  25. Jason Terry:  Consistent PG depth.


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