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TOP 200 DYNASTY BASKETBALL RANKINGS, APRIL 2017

A younger, more energetic version of me might have made this an April Fool’s post. Instead, it’s just a regular ‘ol ranking. This will be the last #Dynasty200 update of the season, but looking forward to an offseason of rookie ranks, Digging for Diamonds posts, FA value changers and then more #Dynasty200’s back with in depth comments for every player and tiers. Standard primer on these #Dynasty200 ranks for newcomers:

  • These are designed with 9-category, H2H leagues in mind.
  • If you play in a roto league, I recommend significantly fading the category ruiners, such as Dwight Howard.
  • If you play in an 8-category league, you can give a bump to volume guys with massive turnover problems such as James Harden and Westbrook.
  • I try to keep a healthy balance between present value and upside, but I tend to prefer sustainable periods of contention in dynasty instead of the “go-for-broke” style.

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Rank Name Team Pos
1 Karl-Anthony Towns MIN C
2 Giannis Antetokounmpo MIL PG/SG/SF/PF
3 Nikola Jokic DEN PF/C
4 Kevin Durant GSW SF/PF
5 Kawhi Leonard SAS SF/PF
6 Anthony Davis NOR PF/C
7 Stephen Curry GSW PG
8 James Harden HOU PG/SG
9 Russell Westbrook OKC PG
10 Ben Simmons PHI PG
11 Kristaps Porzingis NYK PF/C
12 Myles Turner IND PF/C
13 D’Angelo Russell LAL PG
14 Kyrie Irving CLE PG
15 Jimmy Butler CHI SG/SF
16 DeMarcus Cousins NOR PF/C
17 Chris Paul LAC PG
18 Draymond Green GSW SF/PF/C
19 Rudy Gobert UTA C
20 John Wall WAS PG
21 Damian Lillard POR PG
22 Paul George IND SF/PF
23 Otto Porter WAS SF/PF
24 LeBron James CLE SF/PF
25 Isaiah Thomas BOS PG
26 Klay Thompson GSW SG/SF
27 CJ McCollum POR PG/SG
28 Kemba Walker CHA PG
29 Bradley Beal WAS SG
30 Devin Booker PHO SG/SF
31 Hassan Whiteside MIA PF/C
32 Andre Drummond DET C
33 Kyle Lowry TOR PG
34 Nerlens Noel DAL PF/C
35 Gordon Hayward UTA SG/SF
36 Gary Harris DEN SG/SF
37 Andrew Wiggins MIN SG/SF
38 Mike Conley MEM PG
39 DeMar DeRozan TOR SG/SF
40 Kevin Love CLE PF/C
41 Blake Griffin LAC PF
42 Khris Middleton MIL SG/SF
43 Joel Embiid PHI C
44 Jrue Holiday NOR PG
45 Eric Bledsoe PHO PG
46 DeAndre Jordan LAC C
47 Serge Ibaka TOR PF
48 Aaron Gordon ORL SF/PF
49 Marquese Chriss PHO PF
50 Ivica Zubac LAL C
51 Marc Gasol MEM C
52 Paul Millsap ATL PF
53 Carmelo Anthony NYK SF/PF
54 Avery Bradley BOS SG/SF
55 Al Horford BOS C
56 Ricky Rubio MIN PG
57 Victor Oladipo OKC SG
58 Brook Lopez BKN C
59 Jabari Parker MIL SF
60 Tobias Harris DET SF/PF
61 Gorgui Dieng MIN PF/C
62 Brandon Ingram LAL SF/PF
63 Tyus Jones MIN PG
64 Kris Dunn MIN
65 Jae Crowder BOS SF/PF
66 Zach Lavine MIN SG
67 Richaun Holmes PHI PF
68 Marcus Smart BOS PG/SG
69 Dennis Schroder ATL PG
70 Jeff Teague IND PG
71 Nikola Vucevic ORL C
72 LaMarcus Aldridge SAS PF/C
73 Harrison Barnes DAL SF/PF
74 Nicolas Batum CHA SG/SF
75 Steven Adams OKC C
76 Julius Randle LAL PF/C
77 Skal Labissiere SAC PF
78 Derrick Favors UTA PF/C
79 Malcolm Brogdon MIL PG/SG
80 Buddy Hield SAC SG/SF
81 Clint Capela HOU C
82 Robert Covington PHI SF/PF
83 Dario Saric PHI SF/PF
84 Elfrid Payton ORL PG
85 Jaylen Brown BOS SF/PF
86 Justise Winslow MIA SF
87 Seth Curry DAL PG/SG
88 Jahlil Okafor PHI C
89 Ante Zizc BOS C
90 Willie Cauley-Stein SAC C
91 Jonas Valanciunas TOR C
92 Thon Maker MIL PF/C
93 Lou Williams HOU PG/SG
94 Rondae Hollis-Jefferson BKN SG/SF/PF
95 Dwight Howard ATL C
96 Cody Zeller CHA PF/C
97 Greg Monroe MIL PF/C
98 Kentavious Caldwell-Pope DET SG
99 Enes Kanter OKC PF/C
100 Juan Hernangomez DEN PF
101 Goran Dragic MIA PG
102 George Hill UTA PG
103 Trevor Ariza HOU SF
104 Jusuf Nurkic POR PF/C
105 TJ Warren PHO SF
106 Jamal Murray DEN SG
107 Tim Hardaway Jr ATL SG
108 Terrence Ross ORL SG/SF
109 Darren Collison SAC PG
110 Danilo Gallinari DEN SF/PF
111 Tyler Ulis PHO PG/SG
112 Willy Hernangomez NYK C
113 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist CHA SF
114 Nikola Mirotic CHI PF/C
115 Patrick Beverley HOU PG/SG
116 Danny Green SAS SG/SF
117 Moe Harkless POR SF/PF
118 Tyler Johnson MIA PG/SG
119 Evan Fournier ORL SG/SF
120 Reggie Jackson DET PG
121 Thaddeus Young IND SF/PF
122 Rodney Hood UTA SG
123 Tristan Thompson CLE PF/C
124 Lucas Nogueira TOR C
125 Caris LeVert BKN SG/PF
126 Jordan Clarkson LAL PG/SG
127 Frank Kaminsky CHA PF/C
128 Dejounte Murray SAC PG
129 TJ McConnell PHI PG
130 Marcin Gortat WAS C
131 Pau Gasol SAS PF/C
132 Wesley Matthews DAL SG/SF
133 Robin Lopez CHI C
134 Eric Gordon HOU SG
135 Kent Bazemore ATL SG/SF
136 Marvin Williams CHA SF/PF
137 Tyreke Evans SAC SG/SF
138 Jeremy Lin BKN PG
139 Alex Len PHO C
140 Mason Plumlee DEN PF/C
141 Dwyane Wade CHI SG/SF
142 Dewayne Dedmon SAS C
143 Andre Iguodala GSW SF
144 Dirk Nowitzki DAL PF/C
145 Andre Roberson OKC SF
146 Kelly Oubre WAS SF
147 Chris McCullough BKN PF
148 Larry Nance LAL PF
149 Sam Dekker HOU SF
150 Denzel Valentine CHI SG
151 Ryan Anderson HOU PF/C
152 Norman Powell TOR SG/SF
153 Cameron Payne CHI
154 Taurean Prince ATL SF
155 Mario Hezonja ORL SG/SF
156 Stanley Johnson DET SF
157 Kyle Anderson SAS PF
158 Terry Rozier BOS PG
159 Delon Wright TOR PG
160 Georgios Papagiannis
161 Wilson Chandler DEN SF
162 Alan Williams PHO C
163 Josh Richardson MIA SG/SF
164 James Johnson MIA SF
165 Markieff Morris WAS PF
166 DeMarre Carroll TOR SF
167 JJ Redick LAC SG
168 Rajon Rondo CHI PG
169 Glenn Robinson III IND SG
170 Cristiano Felicio CHI PF/C
171 Montrezl Harrell HOU C
172 Justin Anderson PHI SG/SF
173 Courtney Lee NYK SG
174 Derrick Rose NYK PG
175 Bojan Bogdanovic WAS SG/SF
176 Bobby Portis CHI PF
177 Austin Rivers LAC PG/SG
178 Marcus Morris DET SF/PF
179 Kyle O’Quinn NYK PF/C
180 JR Smith CLE SG/SF
181 Will Barton DEN SG/SF
182 Patrick McCaw GSW SG
183 Kelly Olynyk BOS C
184 Al-Farouq Aminu POR SF/PF
185 Yogi Ferrell DAL PG/SG
186 Jeremy Lamb CHA SG
187 Cory Joseph TOR PG
188 CJ Miles IND SG/SF
189 Thabo Sefolosha ATL SG/SF
190 Alex Abrines OKC SG
191 Tony Snell MIL SG/SF
192 Kosta Koufos SAC PF/C
193 Sean Kilpatrick BKN PG/SG
194 John Henson MIL PF/C
195 Zach Randolph MEM PF
196 Trevor Booker BKN PF
197 PJ Tucker TOR SG/SF/PF
198 Patty Mills SAS PG
199 Trey Lyles UTA PF
200 Kevon Looney GSW PF

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10 Comments

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  2. Pedro L
    April 2, 2017 at 10:26 am

    Thanks, great list. But… why Nurkic so low?

    • April 2, 2017 at 10:30 am

      If I had more confidence he could sustain this PT into the future he’d be much higher. Bruising bigs have tantalized us with their efficiency all year (Jonas, Capela, etc.) but in modern NBA they can become 20 mpg guys.

  3. Mike A
    April 3, 2017 at 11:05 am

    Hi, thoughts on Chandler Parsons? Seems like he’s could be a solid comeback candidate. Apologies if I’ve missed earlier comments on him.

  4. Harsh
    April 5, 2017 at 1:54 pm

    What are your thoughts on Taurean Prince? I thought he would be much higher with his blocks/stl/3pt profile and clear shot at starting next season.

    • April 5, 2017 at 2:05 pm

      That’s really fair criticism, especially if he continues to get minutes the way he has of late. Thanks for calling that out.

      I think you nailed it with the steals and blocks, because at 23 he’s obviously not old, but also not a ton of offensive development as compared to a typical rookie (e.g. D. Russell is 20 and a sophomore). I wouldn’t bat an eye if someone valued him as a top 100 asset because they are confident he’s a 30+ MPG wing with 2 combined blocks and steals per game.

      Like a lot of other kids his shooting efficiency has really picked up in the 2nd half.

  5. Moe
    May 2, 2017 at 2:33 pm

    What about Jake Poeltl and Domantas Sabonis ? Where do you have them ranked? What do you think about their outlook for next year?

    • May 2, 2017 at 3:46 pm

      Sabonis was brutal. Just not enough there to rank him, IMO. Poeltl belongs on this list heading into next year, but remember the Raptors never really committed to Jonas V who is basically what you hope Poeltl develops into, plus there’s Serge (granted a FA) and Lucas N. He’s having a nice playoffs, but is the upside there to look past the brutal depth chart? I don’t think so, which makes him a top 160-200 type, but no better for me.

      • Moe
        May 2, 2017 at 3:52 pm

        Great resource – thanks man.

  6. Sam Yee
    June 26, 2017 at 12:14 am

    Where is Mudiay?

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