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2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Shooting Guards


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2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Shooting Guards 1-20 | SGs 21-40

  1. Dwyane Wade, Heat
    Wade proved last season that when healthy, he is one of the best players in the league. He recorded career-highs in points, assists, steals, and three-pointers as Miami counts on him to do pretty much everything on the floor. He is worthy of a top five pick overall despite his tendency to turn the ball over frequently.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 29.0 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 7.0 apg, 2.00 spg, 80 3PTM

  2. Kobe Bryant, Lakers
    Kobe is going to get his; there is no doubt about that. I just wonder how having Artest in a Laker uniform might take away from some his offensive numbers. Still, the Black Mamba a safer top five pick than most other players you might be considering.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 26.0 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 5.5 apg, 1.50 spg, 110 3PTM

  3. Brandon Roy, Blazers
    Roy continues to develop into one of premiere offensive weapons in the league. He does a little bit of everything on the floor though his assist total with likely decrease with the addition of Andre Miller. Roy might be a little bit of a stretch as a first round pick, but would be a great get in the second round.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 24.0 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 4.5 apg, 1.00 spg, 100 3PTM



  4. Joe Johnson, Hawks
    Johnson is in a contract year which provides extra motivation to put up career numbers. However, the additions of Jamal Crawford and Jeff Teague might take away from Johnson's productivity a little bit. I would be comfortable grabbing Johnson in the second round but no earlier.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 22.5 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 4.5 apg, 1.00 spg, 140 3PTM

  5. Andre Iguodala, 76ers
    Iguodala's versatility makes him a great fantasy player. He scores, rebounds, get assists and steals. With Andre Miller gone, Iguodala's numbers will probably increase a bit. His average shooting percentages hurt his overall value compared to the players listed above him.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 20.0 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 5.5 apg, 1.75 spg, 75 3PTM

  6. Vince Carter, Magic
    VC switches from being the go-to guy on his team to part of a three-man offensive arsenal alongside Dwight Howard and Rashard Lewis. That is a negative in that he won't get the touches he did in New Jersey, but a positive because he won't be the center of attention by opposing defenses. Expect similar numbers to those he had a year ago with a slight drop in scoring.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 19.0 ppg, 5.50 rpg, 4.0 apg, 1.00 spg, 140 3PTM

  7. Kevin Martin, Kings
    Having Tyreke Evans as his running mate means Martin finally has a play-maker to help him in the Kings backcourt. He will score a lot of points and hit a ton of three's, but is nothing more than an average producer in other categories. Francisco Garcia's injury also means Martin should get plenty of minutes.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 23.5 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 2.5 apg, 1.00 spg, 175 3PTM



  8. Jason Richardson, Suns
    Like most of the Suns roster, Richardson's fantasy production should increase with Phoenix returning to a run-and-gun style offense. He knocks down three's and is a solid rebounding guard. He is a safer pick than aging guys like Redd, Ginobli, or Allen.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 17.0 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 2.0 apg, 1.25 spg, 165 3PTM

  9. Michael Redd, Bucks
    Buyer beware: Redd's injury history makes him a major risk on draft day. If he is healthy, he will score a lot of points and knock down a bunch of triples on a Bucks team that lacks scoring punch. I would certainly draft a solid back-up if you take Redd as your starting shooting guard.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 23.5 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 3.0 apg, 1.00 spg, 150 3PTM

  10. Ben Gordon, Pistons
    It will be interesting to see how the minutes are shared in Detroit between the newly signed Gordon and Richard Hamilton. Seeing as the Pistons paid Gordon a lot of money to come to the Motor City, he should get plenty of opportunity to be on the floor and be his usual scoring threat.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 19.0 ppg, 3.0 rpg, 3.5 apg, 0.75 spg, 165 3PTM

  11. Eric Gordon, Clippers
    The potential is there for Gordon to have a break-out second year. Having Blake Griffin inside should open up opportunities on the perimeter for the former Hoosier to knock down a bunch of three's and put up good scoring numbers. He is a slight risk for a young player, but should pay off more than other veteran two-guards.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 18.0 ppg, 2.5 rpg, 3.0 apg, 1.00 spg, 145 3PTM

  12. Ray Allen, Celtics
    He is getting up there in age and the Celtics added some depth on the wing meaning his minutes should take a hit, but Allen is still a valuable fantasy player. He will get his three-pointers as usual and is practically automatic at the free throw line, but expect a little drop off across the board with his numbers.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 17.0 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 2.5 apg, 0.75 spg, 180 3PTM

  13. O.J. Mayo, Grizzlies
    The signing of Allen Iverson dropped Mayo several spots in the rankings. He would have potentially been a 20-point a night scorer, but with A.I. stealing touches and shots, Mayo won't match the impressive numbers from his rookie year.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 17.0 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 3.0 apg, 1.25 spg, 125 3PTM

  14. Manu Ginobli, Spurs
    Coming off an injury-riddled 2008-2009 season, Ginobli is well past his prime as a fantasy player. He will still post solid numbers in all categories, but cannot be relied on like in year's past. His playing time will likely decrease to keep him healthy for the post-season, and the addition of Richard Jefferson will also take away some of opportunities.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 14.5 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 4.0 apg, 1.25 spg, 115 3PTM

  15. Stephen Jackson, Warriors
    Due to his recent off-the-court issues in demanding a trade and being a distraction to the Warriors, I am staying far away from Jackson on draft day despite his great numbers from last year. If you can handle the drama, take a chance on Jackson, but be prepared to deal with plenty of drama during the year. Stephen Curry's arrival in G-State also hurts his stock a bit.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 16.0 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 4.0 apg, 1.25 spg, 100 3PTM

  16. Josh Howard, Mavericks
    Dallas figures to be a more dangerous offensive team this season due to some off-season additions. Howard's stock has dropped big time compared to recent years, but could be a great mid-round value. His ability to rebound makes up for his lack of three-pointers.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 17.0 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 2.0 apg, 1.00 spg, 65 3PTM



  17. John Salmons, Bulls
    Salmons was one of the biggest surprises in fantasy hoops last season. With Ben Gordon leaving Chicago, Salmons should have a great chance to put up similar numbers from a year ago. He rebounds well and greatly improved his three-point shooting which adds to his value.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 17.5 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 2.5 apg, 1.00 spg, 120 3PTM

  18. J.R. Smith, Nuggets
    Despite being a back-up to Dahntay Jones last season, Smith put up good offensive numbers. Jones is gone so Smith should get more minutes this year and makes a bunch of three-pointers. Remember that Smith has been suspended by the league for the first seven games of the season.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 16.0 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 3.0 apg, 1.25 spg, 175 3PTM

  19. Richard Hamilton, Pistons
    Hamilton suffered through a difficult 2008-2009 season as Allen Iverson's arrival forced Rip to come off the bench more than he was used to. Ben Gordon's signing may have a similar effect. Hamilton still figures to be the starter, but Gordon should take away minutes and scoring chances.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 16.5 ppg, 3.0 rpg, 3.5 apg, 0.50 spg, 60 3PTM

  20. Leandro Barbosa, Suns
    A cutback on playing time hurt Barbosa's numbers last season. But with Alvin Gentry returning to an up-tempo offensive attack, Barbosa's fantasy value increases. He is a dangerous three-point threat and gets a lot of steals, but shouldn't be considered more than a fantasy back-up.

    Projected 2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Stats: 15.5 ppg, 2.5 rpg, 3.0 apg, 1.25 spg, 120 3PTM



2009-10 Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Shooting Guards 1-20 | SGs 21-40





Written by Paul Banks of NBC Chicago and the Washington Times, and David Kay of the The Sports Bank.
Send Paul an e-mail here: paulb05 AT hotmail DOT com.
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