The small front position is very heavy, with talent dropping drastically after about the first 10 players. With an early pick for the first round, you could luck out in Kevin Durant, LeBron James or Jayson Tatum. With a late pick in the first round or the second round, you can still reach the stars who will stuff the stat sheet, like Jimmy Butler, Paul George or Khris Middleton. Once you get past the top level, you look more for specialists that populate certain categories rather than real “hacks” that you might be able to find in other positions. Either way, you should be familiar with our 2021 fantasy basketball rankings before your draft so that you are prepared for the different ways your draft can unfold.
The 2021 NBA season begins on Tuesday, October 19, so fantasy basketball draft time is fast approaching. The top 200 overall rankings are great, but we break down each position so we can build a list as complete as possible.
Dominate Your Draft: 2021 Fantasy Basketball Cheat Sheet
Check out the 2021 fantasy SF rankings for the upcoming season.
2021 fantasy basketball rankings:
point guard | shooting guard | forward force | center | Top 200
Fantasy Basketball Rankings 2021: Top players, breakout sleepers in the small lead
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More fantasy sleep: one from each team | Top 10 Draft Steals | best juniors
|5.||Paul George||Latin America and the Caribbean|
|6.||Chris Middleton||one thousand|
|8.||Michael Porter Jr.||The|
|19.||be honest with you||The|
|25.||Kawhi Leonard *||Latin America and the Caribbean|
|26.||Dorian Finney Smith||from|
|29.||Marcus Morris Sr.||Latin America and the Caribbean|
|30.||Kelly Ober Jr.||No|
|33.||Franz Wagner||Nose, ear and throat|
|34.||Kenyon Martin Jr.||ho|
|35.||Terrence Man||Latin America and the Caribbean|