NBA ESPN Fantasy League: Power Rankings (Week 1:Start to Nov 6)




If you’re NBA Fantasy League’s scoring system is more sum than rank, then you might like this.

Otherwise, just come back later when I place a lot of chick pics on this site.

With that said, the Fantasy League I’m in has the following stats:

1 point = 1
1 offensive rebound = 2
1 defensive rebound = 1.5
1 assist = 2
1 steal = 2.5
1 block = 2.5
1 turnover = -1
1 foul = -0.5  
1 double-double = 5
1 triple-double = 20
1 quadruple-double = 100

If you check the stats out, then you’ll love it when your point guards and power forward draw double-double outputs.

Actually, the players that lead this list did just that.

Click more if you want to see the list because THE SCRAMBLE HAS BEGUN.




Every Monday (or Tuesday if I get lazy), I’ll try to put the top names in this list.

And since it’s a Monday… CHECK THIS OUT!


YOU SHOULD BE HAPPY WHEN YOU HAVE AT LEAST FIVE PLAYERS IN THIS LIST ON YOUR SQUAD!!!  


50 MARCUS CAMBY / PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS

49 GERALD WALLACE / CHARLOTTE BOBCATS

48 AMARE STOUDEMIRE / NEW YORK KNICKS

47 BRANDON JENNINGS / MILWAUKEE BUCKS

46 MARC GASOL / MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES

45 PAUL PIERCE / BOSTON CELTICS

44 ERIC GORDON / LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS

43 MANU GINOBILI / SAN ANTONIO SPURS

42 JASON RICHARDSON / PHOENIX SUNS

41 ANDRE MILLER / PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS

40 BRANDON ROY / PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS

39 STEPHEN CURRY / GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS

38 KEVIN GARNETT / BOSTON CELTICS

37 RICHARD JEFFERSON / SAN ANTONIO SPURS

36 WILSON CHANDLER / NEW YORK KNICKS

35 KEVIN LOVE / MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES

34 AL JEFFERSON / UTAH JAZZ

33 RAYMOND FELTON / NEW YORK KNICKS

32 TONY PARKER / SAN ANTONIO SPURS

31 LAMAR ODOM / LOS ANGELES LAKERS

30 DAVID LEE / GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS

29 TYREKE EVANS / SACRAMENTO KINGS

28 BLAKE GRIFFIN / LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS

27 ANDREW BOGUT / MILWAUKEE BUCKS

26 LAMARCUS ALDRIDGE / PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS

25 DIRK NOWITZKI / DALLAS MAVERICKS

24 JASON KIDD / DALLAS MAVERICKS

23 KEVIN DURANT / OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER

22 DERON WILLIAMS / UTAH JAZZ

21 JOHN WALL / WASHINGTON WIZARDS

20 LEBRON JAMES / MIAMI HEAT

19 DWYANE WADE / MIAMI HEAT

18 ELTON BRAND / PHILADELPHIA 76ERS

17 MIKE CONLEY / MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES

16 CARMELO ANTHONY / DENVER NUGGETS

15 ROY HIBBERT / INDIANA PACERS

14 TIM DUNCAN / SAN ANTONIO SPURS

13 JOSH SMITH / ATLANTA HAWKS

12 RUDY GAY / MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES

11 KOBE BRYANT / LOS ANGELES LAKERS

10 PAUL MILLSAP / UTAH JAZZ

9 MONTA ELLIS / GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS

8 DERRICK ROSE / CHICAGO BULLS

7 LUIS SCOLA / HOUSTON ROCKETS

6 RUSSELL WESTBROOK / OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER

5 DWIGHT HOWARD / ORLANDO MAGIC

4 JOAKIM NOAH / CHICAGO BULLS

3 CHRIS PAUL / NEW ORLEANS HORNETS

2 PAU GASOL / LOS ANGELES LAKERS

1 RAJON RONDO / BOSTON CELTICS


I am aware… I sense a lot of violent reactions from the readers. Where is Steve Nash? Where is Joe Johnson? Where is Chris Bosh??? Don’t worry; they’ll pop when they’re ready. Johnson is so one-dimensional. Why is Kobe. Melo, or Monta Ellis in this list even if they are known as shot-crazy players? Maybe next week he can debut in the list.

Same goes for Chris Bosh. It seems like LBJ and D-Wade is using him as a better version of Udonis Haslem. Karl Malone when he transferred to the Lakers had better numbers and there were four superstars in that LA Lakers squad!

As for Steve Nash, this list is PG-friendly. If he can claim the assists more, then he’ll see his spot on the list. Unfortunately he isn’t like Rondo who can pass to almost anyone in Boston because they have the ability to finish with his passes.

The key in this league is to claim players that can lead you in two or more statistical departments.

Who will lead next week?

Game over.

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