With teams having well exceeded the midway point of the season and the NBA All-Star game in New Orleans this weekend, we thought we’d take a stab at the All-Fantasy First, Second and Third teams. Who do you think comprises the best fantasy basketball team? Let FBP know in the comments below.
- Chris Paul (NO, PG) – The number one Yahoo Fantasy Player overall, Paul wows us with 20 points and 10 assists each night and doesn’t have a weakness in his game outside of blocks.
- Shawn Marion (Mia, SF/PF) – Will his numbers drop in Miami? If one game is any indication, they might. Without a playmaker like Steve Nash, Marion will be hard-pressed to find the open looks he found in Phoenix.
- Amare Stoudemire (Pho, C) – The more conventional 20 and 10, Stoudemire does everything for a fantasy manager, including shooting at nearly 60% from the field.
- Kobe Bryant (LAL, SG) – He’s playing less than 40 minutes a game for the first time since 2003. His stats haven’t floundered though. Expect them to rise in the presence of Pau.
- Dirk Nowitzki (Dal, PF) – The best true PF in the NBA right now fantasy-wise and he’s having an off-year.
- Baron Davis (GS, PG) – why isn’t this guy on the All-Star team? conspiracy anyone?
- Caron Bulter (Was, SF)
- Marcus Camby (Den, C) – should be NBA defensive player of the year
- Allen Iverson (Den, SG)
- Kevin Garnett (Bos, SF/PF)
- Lebron James (Cle, SF) – first team fantasy potential if he was on a better team
- Yao Ming (Hou, C) – single handily carrying the Rockets on their current streak
- Chauncey Billups (Det, PG) – only gets better with age
- Carlos Boozer (Uta, PF/C)
- Josh Smith (Atl, SG/SF/PF)
Steve Nash, Chris Bosh, Danny Granger, Deron Williams, Rashard Lewis
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