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Karl Anthony Towns

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Readers – I thank you for your patience. I have not lost my fire for dynasty sports (not even one bit!), but this year the demands of a new job, baby number two… you get it. I have always been fairly aggressive in favor of youth, but you may notice

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2018 Dynasty Basketball RankingsDynasty BasketballDynasty Basketball Rankings

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,

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2017 Dynasty Basketball RankingsDynasty BasketballUncategorized

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

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2017 Dynasty Basketball RankingsDynasty Basketball

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

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2017 Dynasty Basketball RankingsDynasty Basketball

A quick 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 fading the category ruiners like Dwight Howard. If you play in an 8-category league, you can give a bump to volume guys with massive

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Dynasty Basketball

This basketball season has been a mixed bag for me personally. On the one hand, it’s been a blast watching Giannis blossom, Harden and Westbrook dominate and Chris Paul continue to be masterful. On the other hand, it’s become increasingly clear that it’ll take a miracle or an injury (or

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