Mark Kaplan joins Tom Trudeau and Andrew Ressler to discuss dynasty basketball. Topics include: The rise of Bradley Beal – Who is the Wizards’ most valuable dynasty asset? New homes for Cousins, Nurkic and Plumlee
I’ll concede that Kings’ rookie big man, Skal Labissiere, was not really on my radar until recently. (Am I even spelling his name right?) While those who cling to WARP projections and CARMELO forecasts (such as myself) can claim to have “seen coming” Nikola Jokic before others, over reliance on such
If it weren’t for Isaiah Thomas, we’d all probably see Tyler Ulis’ 5’10” height and 2nd round pedigree and overlook him as a fantasy prospect. Even with what IT2 has done, it’s fair to say most dynasty owners barely registered Ulis’ existence prior to his now-infamous tiny-man, jump ball battle and
I’ll make it clear off the top – these aren’t the Official Dynasty Guru Top 500 Rankings. But you’re already here, aren’t you? So stay a while and make yourself at home. Comment about where I’m wrong, won’t you? Bret’s rankings aren’t going anywhere. Besides, who has ever said, “I don’t need
The Dynasty Guru’s Tom Trudeau, Nick Doran and Tyler Baber discuss the TDG consensus outfield rankings, pitcher injuries, and spring training. Topics discussed include: Bryce Harper or Mookie Betts Are Giancarlo Stanton and Andrew McCutchen ranked too high? Andrew Benintendi, Nomar Mazara, Byron Buxton or David Dahl? Michael Conforto!? More
As a free site, we’re committed to providing our readers with the very best free dynasty fantasy content whenever possible. Sometimes that free content comes from other sites, such as this past weekend when we referenced John Sickels top 200 (real life) prospects.
The Dynasty Guru Podcast Episode 6 is live and available here and on iTunes (and Stitcher).
The wise and powerful John Sickels released his top 200 prospect list earlier this week and it’s free for your eye balls. Andrew Benintendi claimed the top spot, followed by Yoan Moncada and Dansby Swanson. It’s great content and it can help inform some of our fantasy decisions, plus provide a “follow”
Tom will be battling in favor of Tyus Jones and Alex in favor of Dejounte Murray. Round 1: I thought you were going to pick a player that would be harder for me to argue against. Dejounte Murray? The tall “point guard” with an 18 percent assist rate? My man
Chris McCullough, who turned 22 on February 5th, was drafted by the Brooklyn Nets at the end of the first round in 2015 and has not cracked their pathetic rotation, so I understand if anyone is skeptical about his fantasy upside. However, right now he will cost you almost nothing