Top 50 NBA Fantasy Keepers for 2010-2011

July 14th, 2010 by Brett Roberts Leave a reply »

1 Kevin Durant

With LeBron James departing to play with the big three, and Kevin Durant already having led the league in scoring last year, placing him at No. 1 is a no brainer.  He's only getting better, and so is Oklahoma City.  There's no reason not to expect him to score 30-plus PPG.  Not only that, but his free throw contributions of 9.2 of 10.2 per game (90 percent) will win you that category, even if you have a couple of poor free throw shooters on your team.

2 Chris Paul

Really, this could be 1a and 1b, as Chris Paul brings valuable contributions across the board.  He's still a 20 PPG and 10 APG player with solid percentages.  He's easily the best point guard in the league and should be for many years to come.

3 LeBron James

LeBron used to be the consensus No. 1 pick, but his move to South Beach will hurt his stats a little.  While I expect his assists to exceed 10 a game, his scoring will probably go down to the 24-26 PPG range.

4 Dirk Nowitzki

Dirk no longer offers the three-point threat, but is a steady contributor every night. Though gett ...

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