Dynasty Fantasy Basketball Top 100 – Part 1

Streetz’s Roto Slappers Dynasty Fantasy Basketball Rankings October Edition 

1. Nikola Jokic
2. Giannis Antetokounmpo
3. Luka Doncic

We call this the Big 3. Jokic has finished as the top dog in fantasy scoring 2 years in a row. Not far behind him is Giannis, who barely trails him in a couple categories. Doncic is 23 and stuffs the stat sheet as well all over. 

4. Trae Young
5. LaMelo Ball
6. Jayson Tatum
7. Karl-Anthony Towns

The next bunch are all elite talents. My gut says this will be a monster year from Trae. The Hawks addition of Murray is only going to help him. Worth noting, my gut also had Taco Bell last night and is telling me a few other things. LaMelo is 21, plays in a fantasy-friendly environment, and will put up 6 good cats. Tatum is Tatum and on the rise. Tatum is 24 and has improved every year. He’s an elite talent who contributes in almost all areas, just a few of them not at an elite level. KAT was a lock for a top 5 pick a year ago, but Gobert could eat away into the boards. Regardless a big that hits a few 3’s a game is nice. 

8. Ja Morant 
9. Joel Embiid
10. Tyrese Haliburton 
11. Anthony Edwards

Jajaja. That’s actually Spanish for hahaha. Perfect segue into Ja Morant though. After his resurgent season last year, he’s one of the more exciting players in the game. See even more growth for him as well. Embiid made it a career-high 68 games in 2021/22. Won an MVP doing so. My guess is we saw his beast season, which will keep him out of the top 10 in dynasty. Still an elite player though. Haliburton and Edwards are both under 23 and both their games took steps to becoming excellent fantasy assets. 

12. Evan Mobley
13. Paolo Banchero 
14. Bam Adebayo
15. Zion Williamson

2 of these bigs I’m sure of here, 2 of them might be aggressive. Which is why I split them up.

Mobley has the tools to be an elite big. Would like see the boards go up. Paolo Banchero is in a perfect spot for fantasy purposes. Orlando’s offense will run through him and he will contribute to every other category. Was the easy #1 rookie pick for me. Bam’s assists declined a year ago, which is more a Miami Heats’ offense as a whole fault. Since he’s not elite at anything he needs to be decent across the board, he’s useful but have some realistic expectations. Zion, well we know the fat jokes. We also know he’s a generational talent. He looks to be in great shape though and primed to break out. 

16. Devin Booker
17. Darius Garland
18. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 
19. Cade Cunningham 
20. Donovan Mitchell
21. Fred VanVleet

The next group is all guards. Some with more upside than others, some more ready now. All have a few holes. For me this depends on your roster and if you are win now or building for future. Can’t go wrong with any of them, however. 

22. Chet Holmgren

Chet is on an island here. He’s out for the year and I do worry about his stability overall. No doubt the tools he provides are elite when healthy. At this spot, he’s for those rebuilding or tanking only. 

23. Steph Curry
24. Domantas Sabonis
25. Kevin Durant 

Curry and Durant are still elite players. Just both 34 years old. Sabonis still a very useful player. My only fear is Keegan Murray taking away some points.

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