2010 Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Power Forwards

Oct 4, 2010

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

  1. Amar’e Stoudemire:  Numbers should be ridiculous with Knicks.
  2. Dirk Nowitzki:  Dallas is looking to lighten Dirk’s load.
  3. Pau Gasol:  Bynum’s injury woes help Gasol’s numbers.
  4. Danny Granger:  More of a SF, but has PF eligibility.
  5. Gerald Wallace:  Would be higher if he didn’t miss so many games.
  6. David Lee:  Landed on his feet in Golden State.
  7. Josh Smith:  Stuffs the stat sheet, but a little light in points & boards.
  8. Chris Bosh:  LeBron & D-Wade will take some of his scoring.
  9. Zach Randolph:  I expect a little drop-off.
  10. Andrea Bargnani:  Should be more productive w/o Bosh.
  11. Al Jefferson:  Also landed on his feet with Utah.
  12. Tim Duncan:  Slowing, but still rock solid.
  13. Rudy Gay:  Better used as SF, but like the versatility.
  14. David West:  Quietly gives you 19 & 8.
  15. Carlos Boozer:  Out 8 weeks with broken hand. Should be big when he returns.
  16. Kevin Love:  Big time rebounder if he gets enough PT.
  17. Al Horford:  Shoots well from the line for a big. Great rebounder.
  18. Nene Hilario:  Will have bigger role if Melo leaves.
  19. LaMarcus Aldridge: Steady, but could suffer if Greg Oden ever plays.
  20. Andray Blatche:  Averaged 22 ppg after AS Break.
  21. Troy Murphy:  Should put up big numbers (when healthy) in NJ.
  22. Paul Millsap:  Should put up big numbers with Boozer gone.
  23. Rashard Lewis:  Could lead in 3s with PF eligibility.
  24. Joakim Noah:  Solid, but less spectacular with Boozer in town.
  25. Antawn Jamison:  Not many options with LeBron gone.

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2 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

  1. Basketball Dude
    October 11th, 2010 at 3:55 pm #

    Rashard Lewis at 23? Really? If you had a draft I say Lewis would go no lower than 10

  2. LestersLegends
    October 11th, 2010 at 4:55 pm #

    He doesn’t rebound or get many assists. His scoring was down last year too. Not sure he meshes well with Carter.

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