Post-Free Agency Top-250
Post-Free Agency Top-250

This article is part of our Player Rankings series.

With Kawhi Leonard signing with the Clippers and bringing Paul George with him via trade, most of the dust has settled on the NBA free agency landscape. The following list of the top-250 fantasy players will continue to be revised throughout the offseason.

1James HardenPerennial MVP candidate who holds a 38.4% usage rate over the last two seasons.
2Giannis AntetokounmpoThe reigning MVP at 24 years old. He's not even in his prime yet and will have greater rapport with Mike Budenholzer in Year 2.
3Anthony DavisLegitimate MVP candidate last year before demanding a trade. Should maintain a high usage rate on a top-heavy Lakers team.
4Stephen CurrySet to shoulder the largest offensive burden of his career following injuries to Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant.
5Nikola JokicMade the All-NBA First Team last season at 23 years old with historic passing numbers for a big man.
6LeBron JamesLooked like vintage LeBron – at least on offense – when healthy last season. Should be well-rested after missing the playoffs for the first time since 2005.
7Paul GeorgeLed the league in steals last season and took 20-plus shots per game for the first time in his career. Could see a similar role next to Kawhi Leonard in LA.
8Karl-Anthony TownsAveraged 27.0 points, 13.2 rebounds, 3.9 assists and shot 42% from three after Christmas last season
9Russell WestbrookTurnovers and waning shooting efficiency are a concern, but no one compiles counting stats like Westbrook.
10Joel EmbiidIt's possible Embiid never plays more than 65 games, but he averaged 27.5 points, 13.6 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.9 blocks last season
11Damian LillardRan out of gas in the Western Conference Finals but emerged as the third-best guard in the NBA.
12Kawhi LeonardMade a compelling case to be recognized as the best player in the world, but Leonard still lags behind his elite peers in terms of fantasy value.
13Brad BealComing off of the best season of his career, Beal will once again be the Wizards' No. 1 option with John Wall sidelined indefinitely.
14Kyrie IrvingLocker room rifts overshadowed the best statistical season of Irving's eight-year career. Usage should be similar in Brooklyn.
15Jrue HolidayOne of only five players to average at least 20 points, 7 assists, 5 rebounds and 1 steal per game last season
16Kemba WalkerHas missed six games over the past three years and should remain a volume scorer in Boston.
17Luka DoncicBefore Doncic, the last 19-year-old to win Rookie of the Year and score at least 20 points per game was Kevin Durant. Before that? LeBron.
18Jimmy ButlerButler is hands-down the best player on the Heat and could see his numbers increase as a result.
19Pascal SiakamLast season's biggest breakout, Siakam could be set for a star role with Kawhi Leonard leaving Toronto.
20Nikola VucevicMade the All-Star team for the first time, but his role may be impacted depending on where he chooses to sign
21Andre DrummondLed the league in total rebounds for a fourth straight season. Has improved his free-throw percentage from horrible to sort-of-acceptable
22Rudy GobertNow a two-time Defensive Player of the Year. Led the league in field-goal percentage (66.9%) last season.
23Ben SimmonsStill a non-factor from three and a drag at the free throw line, but Simmons offers elite all-around counting stats.
24Devin BookerPut up nearly 27 points per game on 46.7% shooting, but Booker quietly shot a career-worst 32.6% from three last season.
25Blake GriffinDespite proving he's still an elite talent when healthy, Griffin's lengthy injury history has to be taken into account.
26De'Aaron FoxFinished top-6 in both total assists and steals last season while becoming a more efficient shooter
27Zion WilliamsonOne of the most-hyped rookies in NBA history, Williamson has the talent to be the best two-way player in the league at his peak.
28Buddy HieldBroke out in 2018-19, finishing fourth in made threes and 16th in total points scored.
29Donovan MitchellHad an underwhelming sophomore season. Will Conley's presence hurt Mitchell's usage? Could it improve Mitchell's efficiency?
30D'Angelo RussellComing off first All-Star appearance at age 22 and showed massive improvement, but will his usage decline significantly in Golden State?
31DeMar DeRozanPlayed up-to-par in his first year with the Spurs. A fringe All-Star in the Western Conference.
32Kristaps PorzingisLast we saw Porzingis, he was averaging 22.7 points and 2.4 blocks per game – but that was two seasons ago, and he'll return to a much better roster in Dallas.
33Tobias HarrisHas missed two games in the past three seasons and can score 20 points per game on great efficiency.
34Trae YoungAveraged 22.8 points and 8.9 assists over his final 40 games as a rookie.
35LaMarcus AldridgeLed the NBA in two-point attempts and has scored at least 20 points per game for a second straight season. At 34, will his age catch up with him?
36Jamal MurrayAt age 21, already established as Denver's No. 2 option. Posted 18.2 points, 4.8 assists and 4.2 rebounds last season.
37Chris PaulHealth and age-related decline are major concerns, but Paul's per-game numbers still match up with most elite point guards.
38Khris MiddletonFirst-time-All-Star's role figures to remain consistent with Milwaukee, or increase elsewhere.
39Draymond GreenUsage rate should increase in the wake of Durant and Thompson's injuries. If Green wins Defensive Player of the Year or makes an All-NBA team he qualifies for the supermax.
40Myles TurnerLed the NBA in blocks last season while hitting 1.0 three per game at 38.8%. More playing time is his next hurdle.
41Mike ConleyAfter spending 12 years with Memphis, Conley is now in Utah. He should remain a high-usage player to take pressure off of Donovan Mitchell.
42Kyle LowryAn All-Star for a fifth straight season, Lowry's scoring has been decreasing, but his assists have been increasing. With Kawhi Leonard gone, Lowry's role may expand.
43Eric BledsoeMade First Team All-Defense with 1.5 steals per game. Upside is capped because he'll always be the No. 2 ball-handler behind Giannis.
44John CollinsQuietly averaged 19.5 points, 9.8 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 30.0 minutes as a 21-year-old.
45Deandre AytonOne of five players 20 or younger to ever average at least 16 points and 10 rebounds. Of that group, Ayton has the highest true-shooting percentage.
46Al HorfordHe's become a better passer and shooter with age, but has missed 38 games across the past three seasons. Tough to gauge what his role will be like in Philly.
47Lauri MarkkanenInjuries and Chicago's messy season overshadowed Markkanen's averages of 18.7 points, 9.0 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 32.3 minutes.
48Kevin LoveAveraging 18.1 points, 10.3 rebounds and 1.9 assists over the past three years, but played only 141 games during that stretch.
49Clint CapelaAn integral piece of Harden's pick-and-roll threat, but he could be on the move this summer. Posted career highs in points (16.6) and rebounds (12.7) last season.
50DeMarcus CousinsHis per-36-minute numbers from last year nearly mirror 2017-18, but can he ever carry that workload again?
51Danilo Gallinari2018-19 was a comeback year, but Gallinari's health concerns can't be ignored. He's averaging 52.8 games played over the past five seasons.
52Jayson TatumCan we separate Tatum's disappointing sophomore campaign from the Celtics' drama? Either way, his role figures to increase if Irving and Horford walk.
53Zach LaVineUsage rate of 30.5% ranked 12th in the league. Averaged 23.7 points on quality efficiency, 4.7 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 1.0 steal as a 23-year-old.
54CJ McCollumCrossed the 20 point-per-game threshold for the fourth straight year. Could see role increase marginally with Nukic out for a chunk of the year.
55Julius RandleRacked up 21.4 points per game on 52.4% shooting while rebounding (8.7 RPG) and passing (3.1 APG) well. He might be the best player on the Knicks.
56Brook LopezCompletely re-invented his game in Milwaukee; hit 2.3 threes and blocked 2.2 shots per game. Figures to play a similar role wherever he lands.
57Marc GasolWorkload decreased once traded to the Raptors. It's possible he's not a 30-minute-per-game guy anymore.
58Gordon HaywardStruggled a year after a gruesome leg injury. Can he get back to his All-Star self this time around?
59Jaren Jackson, Jr.Role will increase with Memphis fully tanking. Averaged 17.9 points, 5.9 rebounds and a combined 2.9 blocks/steals when minutes in the 30s.
60Otto PorterAveraged 17.5 points in 15 games with Chicago. Porter might see a bigger role with the Bulls than he did with the Wizards.
61Malcolm BrogdonJoined the 50/40/90 club last season. However, he's missed 51 games across the past two years. Figures to see a role increase with the Pacers.
62Robert CovingtonSeason was cut short by injury, but Covington averaged 14.5 points, 5.7 boards, 2.5 threes, 2.3 steals and 1.1 blocks in 22 games with Minnesota.
63Aaron GordonEmergence of Nikola Vucevic led to a smaller role for Gordon. While he's going to only turn 24 next year, questions about his upside are fair.
64Montrezl HarrellA strong candidate for Most Improved Player and Sixth Man of the Year, Harrell needed only 26.6 minutes to average 16.6 points (61.5 FG%), 6.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.3 blocks.
65Brandon IngramHis health is a concern, but the soon-to-be-22-year-old may benefit from a change of scenery.
66Lou WilliamsTHE Sixth Man. However, his usage may suffer with Kawhi Leonard and Paul George in town
67Jonas ValanciunasPosted 19.9 points, 10.7 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.6 blocks in 27.7 minutes across 19 games with Memphis last season.
68Jeff TeaguePlayed only 42 games last season, but averaged a career-high 8.2 assists.
69Caris LeVertLooked like the best player on Brooklyn during the playoffs, averaging 21.0 points, 4.6 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.0 steal in five game against Philly. Presence of Kyrie Irving may reduce LeVert's role.
70Joe InglesHas missed four games in five years and is one of the league's deadliest three-point shooters. However, arrival of Conley and Bogdanovic could bring down Ingles' usage.
71Marvin BagleyShowed stark improvement late in the year. When Bagley saw at least 30 minutes, he averaged 21.2 points, 10.9 rebounds and a combined 2.3 blocks/steals.
72Terry RozierPosted a solid 13.1 points, 5.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 1.7 steals as a starter last year. Figures to start and see 30-plus minutes for Charlotte.
73Gary HarrisHas shown promise as a potential third option for the Nuggets, but Harris is averaging 64.3 games over the past four seasons.
74Ja MorantWill take over as Memphis' point guard of the future. Was a consensus All-American and averaged 24.7 points, 10.8 assists and 1.8 steals in conference play.
75Jeremy LambCharlotte's No. 2 scorer last year (15.3 PPG) by more than a five-point margin. Likely to be a primary source of offense for Indiana while Victor Oladipo is out.
76Josh RichardsonEmerged as a go-to option for Miami last season, but might get lost in the shuffe with all the talent in Philly.
77Steven AdamsThe definition of a low-ceiling, high-floor starting center. Unclear if he can develop much more, but Adams is coming off two-year averages of 13.9 points, 9.3 rebounds and a combined 2.7 steals/blocks.
78Enes KanterA starting role in Boston means he could be en route to career numbers.
79Domantas SabonisSixth Man of the Year candidate. Rumors suggest he could become the Pacers' starting power forward.
80Goran DragicA 33-year-old point guard in a contract year coming off a 36-game season due to injury. Could see a reduced role with the arrival of Jimmy Butler.
81Lonzo BallWill be entering his third year having played just 99 games. A change of scenery could help his development. The career 43.7 free-throw percentage, and ultra-low free throw rate, is still concerning.
82Marcus SmartMight take on more usage with Kyrie Irving gone. Led the NBA in steal percentage last season.
83Bojan BogdanovicBroke out and averaged 18.0 points, 4.1 rebounds, 2.0 threes and 2.0 assists in 31.8 minutes. But he'll see a reduced role with Utah.
84DeAndre JordanNot the shot-blocker he used to be, but a top rebounder with a great field-goal percentage.
85Hassan WhitesideShould start in Portland, and a new team could make for a fresh start. Has upside to outperform this rank if he can see 30 minutes per game.
86Jaylen BrownDidn't make any improvements last season, but could be a breakout candidate if Boston can't land a high-usage free agent.
87Kelly OubreBenefited from extra opportunities in Phoenix, scoring 16.9 points per game on 13.4 shots. Will turn 24 and seems to be on the come-up.
88Kyle KuzmaWas the second-leading scorer (18.7 PPG) on the Lakers last season. Could still be as high as third next season if the Lakers strike out on a max free agent.
89RJ BarrettCould end up as a top-2 option (possibly No. 1) on the Knicks this season. Former No. 1 recruit and consensus All-American who averaged 23.6 points, 7.7 rebounds and 4.4 assists in conference play at Duke.
90Ricky RubioIn a similar situation with the Suns as with the Jazz: Next to a high-usage shooting guard.
91Nicolas BatumOnly 30 years old, but Batum's best days as a multi-category weapon are clearly behind him. Still, he will probably need to generate more offense for the Hornets with Kemba Walker out of the picture.
92Spencer DinwiddieBrooklyn's second-leading scorer last season (16.8 PPG). Should maintain a sixth-man role regardless of team make-up.
93Bam AdebayoAveraged 11.8 points, 9.1 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.3 steals/blocks as a starter last year. Will occupy that role full-time now that Whiteside is in Portland.
94Dwight HowardA back injury resulted in a lost 2018-19 campaign. Two years ago, he averaged 16.6 points, 12.5 rebounds and 1.6 blocks.
95Serge IbakaRole increased to start last season, then declined once Gasol arrived. Saw only 22.0 minutes per game in his final 16 appearances.
96Derrick FavorsFavors needed only 23.2 minutes per game last season to average 11.8 points, 7.4 rebounds and 1.2 assists on 58.6% shooting. There's a strong chance he sees more action than that in 2019-20.
97Dejounte MurrayDidn't play last season because of an ACL tear. As a starter in 2017-18, averaged 10.1 points, 7.0 rebounds, 3.5 assists and a combined 2.0 steals/blocks in 26.1 minutes. How will the minutes get split up between him and Derrick White?
98Reggie JacksonComing off of another up-and-down season, but at least Jackson was able to stay healthy for the first time in three years.
99Shai Gilgeous-AlexanderTurning 21 with high defensive upside. Played above expectation against the Warriors in the playoffs. OKC's roster situation makes SGA's role unclear
100Will BartonLimited to 43 games because of injury, and saw his role decrease once he returned. A bounce-back could be in store.
101Jerami GrantStarted 77 games and averaged nearly 33 minutes per game en route to posting career-best numbers across the board in 2018-19.
102Paul MillsapStill productive at age 34, but Millsap's usage sunk below 20% last season for the first time since 2009-10.
103Jonathan IsaacMade progress in Year 2 but will need to become a more efficient scorer (42.9% FG) to reach his potential.
104Harrison BarnesMade a career-high 2.3 threes per game last season and scored 16.4 points, but Barnes is ultimately a role player.
105Wendell Carter JrReturns healthy after missing 38 games as a rookie. Carter averaged a double-double – plus 1.9 blocks – per 36 minutes.
106Mitchell RobinsonAs a rookie, posted the highest single-season block rate (10%) since Alonzo Mourning in 2005-06.
107JJ RedickVeteran sharpshooter turned 35 in June but is yet to show signs of decline.
108Dario SaricTraded mid-season and ultimately posted worse numbers than his sophomore season. He could approach 30 minutes per game in Phoenix, however.
109Justise WinslowOne of 17 players to average at least 12 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists and 1 steal last season. But he could see less usage with Butler in town.
110Terrance RossComing off a career year and should continue to be a volume three-point shooter wherever he lands.
111Kent BazemoreShould maintain a sixth-man role with the Blazers, though could see his usage rate go down on a better team.
112Danny GreenMade a career-high 2.5 threes per game in 2018-19. Should continue to provide value as a three-and-D guy on the Lakers.
113PJ TuckerShot less than 40% from the field but added 1.8 three-pointers, 5.8 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.6 steals per game.
114Ivica ZubacNeeded only 20.2 minutes per game to put up 9.4 points, 7.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists as a Clipper.
115Taurean PrinceSeemed primed for a breakout last year but fell short of expectations. Has a floor as a great three-point shooter with some defensive potential.
116Dennis Smith JrHas potential as a compiler, but arrival of R.J. Barrett could affect Smith's role.
117Larry Nance Jr.Could average a double-double if he climbs closer to 30 MPG.
118Bobby PortisHigh-usage stretch-four who shot 40.3% from three in 28 games for Washington. Could see sixth-man role in New York behind Julius Randle and Mitchell Robinson.
119Mikal BridgesShowed three-and-D potential as a rookie but remains stuck in a crowded wing rotation.
120Victor OladipoOne of the NBA's elite guards when healthy, Oladipo may not return until January.
121Andrew WigginsCould average 20 points per game, but don't count on him to do so efficiently. 
122Thomas SatoranskyCould play a sixth-man role, backing up both guard spots and small forward.
123Tristan ThompsonAveraged a double-double last season for the first time in his eight-year career.
124Willie Cauley-SteinThe good: he's an athletic rim-runner who rebounds. The bad: he's poor free throw shooter who doesn't block shots.
125DJ AugustinFavorite to start at point guard for the Magic, though his role may ultimately be determined by Markelle Fultz's recovery.
126Patrick BeverleyKnown as a defensive pest but quietly shooting 39.4% from three over the last four seasons.
127Evan FournierMostly a scorer, but he posted a career-best assist rate (17.6%) in 2018-19.
128TJ WarrenFinally developed a reliable three-point stroke (42.8%) and now enters a much better basketball situation in Indiana.
129Kevin KnoxWildly inefficient as a rookie, but still managed 12.8 points and 4.5 rebounds per game.
130Collin SextonAveraged 21.3 points across his past 23 appearances, but his passing is underdeveloped and his role may be challenged by Darius Garland.
131Rudy GayTurning 33 years old and averaging 58.8 games played across the past five years. A productive player but a shell of his former self.
132Delon WrightIntriguing free agent who broke out once traded to Memphis. With the Grizzlies, averaged 12.2 points, 5.4 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 1.6 steals in 30.8 minutes.
133Dewayne DedmonVeteran capable of playing about 25 minutes per game. Is a reliable defender and rebounder who is developing a three-point shot.
134Cody ZellerOne of several average centers in Charlotte, Zeller is the best of the bunch when he's healthy. He's missed 102 games over the last three seasons.
135Alex LenCould fall backward into starting spot if Atlanta doesn't replace DeWayne Dedmon.
136Thaddeus YoungA great source of field-goal percentage and steals from power forward, but it seems like he'll be backing up Lauri Markkanen.
137Al-Farouq AminuRole player capable of seeing 30 minutes per night, but destined to be a low-volume contributor.
138Joe HarrisLed the NBA in three-point percentage (47.4) and should maintain a similar role regardless of Brooklyn's offseason.
139Kevin HuerterSurprisingly polished as a rookie. Made at least two threes in 40 of his 75 appearances.
140Bogdan BogdanovicWill be entering his third season at age 27. Hasn't shown much improvement outside of being a three-point threat and solid passer.
141Landry ShametFinished 11th in the NBA in three-point percentage (42.2) as a rookie and took 6.0 per game in 27.8 minutes after joining the Clippers.
142Ish SmithHas proven to be a solid backup, but will get the chance to start and see heavy minutes in Washington.
143Rajon RondoPlayed on six teams in five years, but may have found a home in LA.
144Dennis SchroderUsage rate dipped playing next to Westbrook and George, but Schroder plays a solid sixth-man role.
145Miles BridgesWon a starting job late in the year and averaged 9.6 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.6 steals in that role.
146Jarrett AllenFits the mold of a traditional shot-blocking big man, but will be reduced to a backup role behind DeAndre Jordan.
147Zach CollinsCould see true backup minutes if Hassan Whiteside pans out. Collins garnering anywhere from 15 minutes per game to 25 minutes per game is on the table.
148JaVale McGeeHad a resurgent year, but he'll likely be stuck as a backup behind DeMarcus Cousins.
149Marcus MorrisShowed proficiency as a sixth man with Boston last season and should be able to find a similar role elsewhere.
150Kyle AndersonA solid all-around player but a lack of a three-point shot and a low-usage role hurts his upside.
151Derrick WhitePlayed well as a starter with Dejounte Murray out for the year. But what will happen now that Murray is back?
152Cedi OsmanStarted 75 games for the Cavs last season and showed some upside. But between Sexton, Garland and Love, how many shots will be available?
153Jabari ParkerContinues to show offensive promise, but his poor defense makes him a massive liability.
154Tim Hardaway Jr.High-volume shooter that provides little value in supplementary stats. Has only played 122 games across the past two seasons due to injury.
155Eric GordonRole as a high-volume three-point shooter seems cemented. However, he's failed to play 70 games in each of the past two seasons.
156Trevor ArizaComing into his age 34 season as a three-and-D wing, there's not much upside.
157Josh HartHas shown flashes that suggest he might develop into a starter someday. But it's safest to bank on him being a role player in the near future.
158Dwight PowellProductive per-minute player, but he's failed to top 22 minutes per game in each of the last two seasons.
159Mo BambaA leg injury limited Bamba to 47 games during his relatively underwhelming rookie year. Will remain a backup behind Nikola Vucevic
160Nemanja BjelicaPut together a solid age-30 season for the Kings and showed some versatility. But he remains a low-usage player.
161Fred VanVleetCapped off a career year with fantastic performances in the Finals. Finding more minutes for him might be tough – especially if Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green return.
162George HillWas invaluable to the Bucks during the postseason, but Hill is a better real-life player than fantasy asset.
163Luke KennardShooting 40.3% from three through his first two NBA seasons. He could climb up the rankings if minutes are there.
164Harry GilesPlayed only 820 minutes, but his per-36-minute numbers show his potential. Now he has to carve out a role. The Kings' roster construction may determine where he fits.
165Wesley MatthewsVeteran that has made at least 2.2 three-pointers per game in each of the last seven seasons.
166James JohnsonThe veteran dealt with injuries and a role reduction last season. Considering how deep the Heat's roster is, Johnson's upside is limited.
167Marvin WilliamsLow-upside, high-floor veteran with dependable scoring/rebounding/threes contributions.
168Rondae Hollis-JeffersonLost nearly eight minutes per game compared to 2017-18. He's failed to develop a three-point shot, which hurts his ability to stay on the court.
169Justin HolidayHit 2.0 threes per game last season and set a career-high with 1.5 steals.
170Darius GarlandNo. 5 overall pick played in only five college games, but he'll likely take over primary ball-handling duties from Collin Sexton.
171Michael Porter, Jr.After sitting out all of 2018-19 to recover from a back injury, Porter – former No. 2 high school prospect – will look to burst onto the scene with the Nuggets.
172Jordan ClarksonScoring guard who may be able to maintain a sixth-man role behind Sexton and Garland. Anything more should be considered extra.
173Kevon LooneyMight split minutes with Willie Cauley-Stein next season.
174Jeff GreenHad his best scoring campaign (12.3 PPG) since 2014-15, but that is likely his ceiling for next season.
175Royce O'NealePlayed all 82 games last season and showed competency as a rotational player. His role will likely increase if Derrick Favors is let go and not replaced.
176Mason PlumleeRanked fifth among centers in assist rate (19.5%) last season, while adding 6.4 rebounds and 0.9 blocks per game.
177Thomas BryantAveraged 12.3 points, 7.5 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.2 blocks after the All-Star break, but could take a backseat with Dwight Howard healthy.
178Jalen BrunsonQuality rookie season went under-the-radar. His role in the offense figures to remain small, however, due to the Mavericks' much-improved roster.
179Brandon ClarkeVersatile, athletic forward whose defensive contributions could propel him to fantasy relevance in Year 1.
180Josh JacksonNo. 4 overall pick in 2017 was even more disappointing in Year 2 than he was as a rookie. Memphis will do its best to revitalize his career.
181Jusuf NurkicGruesome leg injury in March marred an otherwise promising, breakout 2018-19 season. He'll rank much higher if he returns ahead of schedule.
182Monte MorrisHad the fourth-lowest turnover percentage in the NBA last season. Played all 82 games and can co-exist next to Jamal Murray, not just be his backup.
183Kelly OlynykDecent source of threes and assists for a big man, but Olynyk is ultimately a low-upside option.
184Kentavious Caldwell-PopeHit 1.8 threes in 24.8 minutes, though his steal value declined in the midst of a lesser workload.
185Moe HarklessLow-usage role player who has missed 45 games across the past two seasons.
186Jae CrowderEnters a contract year in Memphis after hitting a career-best 2.2 threes per game for the Jazz last season.
187Jake LaymanUsually productive when the minutes are there, and he could see sixth-man minutes in Minnesota behind Robert Covington and Josh Okogie.
188Tyler JohnsonWill see role diminish due to the addition of Ricky Rubio
189Bryn ForbesEssentially a three-point specialist with a smattering of assists.
190Taj GibsonVeteran who posted 10.8 points, 6.5 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 24.1 minutes last season with Minnesota. That might be his ceiling in New York.
191DeAndre' BembryAveraged nearly 24 minutes per game last season and showed flashes, but playing time may be harder to come by in 2019-20.
192Cory JosephHas played at least 79 games every year since 2014-15 and has proven to be a passable backup point guard.
193Malik BeasleyTook a major leap, overall, in Year 3 and shot 40.2% from three. Now he'll have to prove he can maintain it.
194Josh OkogieImpressive on defense as a rookie (1.2 steals in 23.7 minutes), but Okogie needs to score more efficiently.
195Reggie BullockA volume three-point shooter who drilled 2.3 per game last season.
196Seth CurryHas the highest three-point percentage (43.9) of any active player and should be able to provide scoring off the bench.
197Patty MillsPlayed at least 80 games each of the past four years, but where will his playing time go now that Dejounte Murray and Derrick White have emerged at point guard?
198Nerlens NoelAlways among the league leaders in steals and blocks per minute, can Noel find a team to hand closer to 20 minutes per game?
199Noah VonlehVonleh is unlikely to match the 25.3 minutes per game he found in New York last season, but still should be a rotational player with the Wolves.
200Richaun HolmesFinished top-10 in the league in block rate (5.6%) last season but averaged fewer than 17 minutes per game off the bench.
201TJ McConnellShoots a strong percentage and adds a few assists and steals, but McConnell's upside is quite low.
202Dorian Finney-SmithHas shown enough proficiency to be a rotation player, but his struggles from three and overall low usage make him a lacking fantasy contributor.
203Davis BertansDeep-league three-point specialist.
204Kris DunnNo. 5 overall pick in 2016 averaged 6.0 assists per game last season but could be on the way out.
205Maxi KleberThree-and-D frontcourt player who figures to see a workload increase next season regardless of destination.
206JaMychal GreenRotational piece in the frontcourt. Can shoot from deep and grab rebounds.
207Andre IguodalaWorkload has declined every season since 2008-09, and it's not clear if he'll remain with the Grizzlies.
208Rodney HoodWon a playoff game for the Blazers last season, but has had trouble living up to his potential. He'll turn 27 next year.
209Garrett TempleHeads into free agency on somewhat of a sour note after an underwhelming finish to last season with the Clippers.
210Jarrett CulverWill compete with Andrew Wiggins and Robert Covington for wing minutes. Averaged 18.5 points, 6.4 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.5 steals for Texas Tech last season.
211Tyus JonesSaw a career-high 22.9 minutes per game last season and was a great source of assists and steals. Surrounding point guard talent will determine his upside.
212Coby WhiteA quick, scoring guard who might usurp Kris Dunn for the starting point guard gig in Chicago.
213Malik MonkStruggled through first two NBA seasons, but has some bad team/good stats potential with Kemba Walker joining the Celtics.
214Marco BelinelliHit 1.9 threes per game for a second straight season. Figures to continue to be a rotational piece for the Spurs.
215Robin LopezA veteran center that's passable at all the necessary skills of the job.
216Damyean DotsonSaw nearly 30 minutes per night for the abysmal Knicks and averaged 10.7 points. His role for next year is extremely cloudy.
217Pat ConnaughtonKey piece off the bench for one of the league's best teams, but not a strong fantasy contributor.
218DeMarre CarrollEntering his age 33 season and continues to have problems staying healthy. Can hit threes and rebound at a solid clip.
219Rodions KurucsStepped in and started 46 games as a 20-year-old rookie last season.
220Carmelo AnthonyHe'll find a home in free agency, but the 10-time-All-Star's best days are decidedly in the rear-view.
221Jeremy LinSaw his smallest role since his rookie campaign, and a sixth man role might be his absolute ceiling at this point.
222Ed DavisFinished in the top-20 in total rebounds (694) last season, despite playing fewer than 18 minutes per game.
223Gorgui DiengMight continue backing up Karl-Anthony Towns, but now has competition with Jordan Bell and Noah Vonleh in town.
224Jakob PoeltlMostly functioned as LaMarcus Aldridge's backup, and that doesn't figure to change next season.
225Elfrid PaytonLimited to 42 games last season due to injury. Showed improvement as a passer, but might end up seeing real backup minutes behind Dennis Smith Jr.
226Vince CarterNo matter where he signs on to finish his career, the 42-year-old won't be fantasy-relevant in most leagues.
227Evan TurnerIs he about to play backup point guard for Trae Young?
228Markelle FultzStill doesn't have a timetable for a return. All outcomes are on the table and equally likely.
229Gerald GreenCould have some deep-league value as a made-threes specialist if he returns to Houston.
230Darius MillerVolume three-point shooter who hit 1.9 per game last season in 25.5 minutes.
231Avery BradleyNearly doubled his scoring average inexplicably after being traded mid-season. Hard to gauge which Bradley we'll get next year.
232Torrey CraigStarted Denver's final 11 playoff games but is more valuable in real life than fantasy.
233Wayne EllingtonWas out of the rotation in Miami before being dealt to Detroit, where he hit 2.9 threes per game in 27.3 minutes.
234Langston GallowayHas yet to shoot over 40 percent from the field in his five-year career. Can eat minutes in the backcourt and hit some threes.
235E'Twaun MooreHit better than 42% of his threes for a second consecutive season, but it remains to be seen how he'll factor into a revamped Pelicans roster.
236Norman PowellHad some big postseason moments, but Powell has been an overall disappointment since signing an extension in 2017.
237Kyle KorverWon't need big minutes to reach 2.0 threes per game, but the 38-year-old is a single-category specialist.
238Austin RiversHas some upside as a scorer but figures to be relegated to the bench.
239Jamal Crawford39-year-old finally dipped under 10 points per game last season for the first time since 2001-02.
240Rodney McGruderSolid role player but not a strong fantasy consideration considering his low usage rate.
241Jahlil OkaforOpportunity level will be a concern, but last season proved he can still be productive when the workload is there.
242Mike ScottStretch power forward/center who hit 1.8 threes per game after being dealt to Philly.
243Boban MarjanovicA per-minute monster, but Marjanovic has yet to garner more than 11.7 minutes per contest in any season.
244Isaiah ThomasLittle reason to believe he'll be given the opportunity necessary to rehab his value.
245Quinn CookGreat three-point shooter, but will likely be stuck behind Rajon Rondo.
246Wilson ChandlerShould see solid run at forward on the Nets, but his production took a hard dip last season.
247Omari SpellmanShowed upside as a rebounder and three-point shooter as a rookie.
248Nicolas Claxton31st overall pick in 2019 is still developing, but he has some long-term defensive-stat potential.
249Luke KornetCould be in line for a backup role behind Wendell Carter Jr.
252Emmanuel MudiayStill has yet to live up to his potential as a No. 7 pick. Shot over 40 percent from the field for the first time last season, but didn't pass the ball particularly well. Might not see the court every game in Utah.

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