1 Harden, James SG HOU: After a career year last season and Russell Westbrook not ready to start the season, there ya go.
2 Paul, Chris PG LAC: Nobody runs the point like CP3, plus he scores like a demon. He meshes well with this young, talented team.
3 Westbrook, Russell PG OKC: After he misses a month with his injury recovery, he should be good to go as a top stud.
4 Curry, Stephen PG GS: He gets better and better every season and stayed his healthiest in his last campaign.
5 Wall, John PG WAS: He’s around from the start, he’s healthy and the Wiz has added some nice pieces to support Wall in his effort.
6 Irving, Kyrie PG CLE: When he is not injured, Irving is one of the best guards on any floor and a fantasy stud to boot.
7 Lillard, Damian PG POR: After a tremendous rookie year, he will be worth having, as he continues to get even better. The FG pct. will go up and turnover numbers should decrease.
8 Rose, Derrick PG CHI: The Bulls will be taking it easy with Rose at the start, but after he works his way back into shape, he should be worth having.
9 Williams, Deron PG BKN: We are crossing fingers for better health and an improved grasp on herding in a very huge cast of players that he teams with.
10 Jennings, Brandon PG DET: A new team should liven things up for Jennings. Playing in Wisconsin would make anybody pla a bit cheesy after a while.
11 Holiday, Jrue PG NO: He was so improved last season. A #1 PG. Getting out of Philly should make him even better.’
12 Lawson, Ty PG DEN: He will be running the show in Denver this year with nobody to hold him back but himself. Stats should be great.
13 Ellis, Monta SG DAL: His numbers should take a small dive playing on the Mavs.
14 Walker, Kemba PG CHA: His stats should continue to trend upward.
15 George, Paul SG IND: The Pacers are his team, and the stat sheets are his to fill.