Everybody – RANKS, RANKS, RANKS-RANKS-RANKS! Today we go 500 deep, on base flavored. The Dynasty Guru, Bret Sayre, posts his Top 500 later this month so don’t forget to … hey, where are you going? Get back here! Bret may be the dynasty guru, but I am at least a dynasty
Hashtag Basketball released their top 200 dynasty ranks update on February 3rd. It’s free and you should absolutely check them out. Where do we disagree? Here’s the list of players where we have a 40 + spot difference. First the players I was higher on.
With Tobias Harris and Avery Bradley both in LaLa Land (can you tell I am not from the west coast?), opportunity is abound in the Detroit Pistons backcourt. Harris and Bradley previously both ate up proper starter’s minutes, leaving little room for Detroit’s 2017 and 2015 first round draft picks,
I lost my entire post this morning after attempting to schedule it, so this is the I-have-two-kids-and-a-job (apologies) version. On the plus side, it was good practice spelling NTILIKINA. (Thanks for letting me vent!) You can hear me and Andrew Ressler debate this list on Episode 20 of TDG podcast.
When BP’s Greg Wellemeyer invited me to participate in James Anderson’s 20-team industry dynasty startup (Razzball’s Ralph Lifshitz does a nice summary of the league format here) I only had one condition – we had to intentionally tank for two seasons. Greg is one of the best dynasty players I
Standard disclaimer: these rankings are focused on 9-category leagues with an emphasis on H2H leagues. If you play in rotisserie leagues you should fade category killers like Ben Simmons and Deandre Jordan. If you play in 8-cat or points leagues, you should bump up the volume guys (Westbrook and Cousins,
Everybody – RANKS, RANKS, RANKS-RANKS-RANKS! RANKS, RANKS, RANKS-RANKS-RANKS! These are my 2017-2018 dynasty rankings for 9 category leagues. I tried to call out when note-worthy tweaks are in order between formats (e.g. H2H vs. roto and 8-cat vs. 9-cat). If you don’t own KAT or Giannis, they’re guys I would be
Tom Trudeau, Ben Diamond, Nick Doran and Tyler Baber discuss The Dynasty Guru midseason Top 500 Dynasty Baseball rankings including: Billy Hamilton Nolan Arenado Paul Goldschmidt Jose Altuve Trea Turner Xander Bogaerts Joey Votto Starling Marte Miguel Sano Clayton Kershaw Aaron Judge Andrew Benintendi Giancarlo Stanton Christian Yelich Gregory Polanco
Unless you’re living under a rock or have a very demanding job, you already know… Chris Paul is a Rocket. (A Rockets?) A Rocket, pretty sure. The thirty-two-year-old guard opted out of the final year of his deal, which allowed the Clippers to collect salvage value on the departing superstar
If you’re into personal finance, chances are that you’re at least familiar with the debate on whether the market is priced efficiently at any given point in time. If it is, then it would be impossible to reliably uncover undervalued assets. The data suggests that stock picking and “timing the market”