Since my initial #Dynasty200 I’ve ranked these three Russell, Wiggins and Lavine, though I considered placing LaVine ahead of Wiggins in my December update. This is an interesting debate to me because Russell provides the most upside, LaVine has the most present value and Wiggins boasts the pedigree of the first overall pick.
This basketball season has been a mixed bag for me personally. On the one hand, it’s been a blast watching Giannis blossom, Harden and Westbrook dominate and Chris Paul continue to be masterful. On the other hand, it’s become increasingly clear that it’ll take a miracle or an injury (or
Nikola Jokic by the numbers Age: 21 (Feb 19, 1995) Rookie WARP Projection: 3.1 (Brandon Ingram was 2.9) Player Efficiency Rating: ’15-’16 (21.58) and ’16-’17 (16.86) ESPN RPM: ’15-’16 RPM led all NBA rookies CARMELO Forecast: All-Star with higher 5-year market value than Kristaps Porzingis CARMELO Comparisons (3 of